Can Tom Brady go unbeaten next season? Dan Orlovsky says the Bucs’ schedule is ‘butter soft’ |Get Up

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Can Tom Brady go unbeaten next season? Dan Orlovsky says the Bucs’ schedule is ‘butter soft’ | Get Up

The Get Up crew discusses the possibility of Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers going undefeated next season.

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0:00 Dan Orlovsky says Tom Brady and the Buccaneers have a chance to go undefeated next regular season.

1:18 Domonique Foxworth says it is unlikely that Tampa Bay will go undefeated in the regular season.

4:44 Mike Tannenbaum sides with Foxworth over Orlovsky.

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