“You don’t bet against Tom Brady,” Skip Bayless makes a bold prediction for Super Bowl 2023 involving Joe Burrow and Brady

Skip Bayless placed all of his trust on Tom Brady to make yet another Super Bowl appearance alongside Joe Burrow in 2023.

Super Bowl 2023

The Super Bowl LVI, saw the Los Angeles Rams take on the underdogs Cincinnati Bengals. It was eventually the might Rams who took the World Championship to Los Angeles winning the highly contested affair by a slender margin of 23-20.

Despite being at such an early stage for making a call for the Super Bowl entrants next year, leading NFL analyst, Skip Bayless has already named his picks for the two teams to make it into the marquee event in the upcoming season.

Skip Bayless backs Cincinnati Bengals to play successive Super Bowl matches

Joe Burrow
Joe Burrow

The veteran analyst, named Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Joe Burrow’s Cincinnati Bengals as the two teams who will play in the Super Bowl 2023. Calling Joe Burrow the future Tom Brady, he placed his faith in the young quarterback to make it into back to back Super Bowl fixtures.

Skip Bayless argued with his compatriot, Shannon Sharpe that Tom Brady will have an added zing to his step this season, as he looks to get even with a number of teams in the NFL to show his quality.

Speaking on the Undisputed show, Skip Bayless said, “The one man in sports I do not bet against (Tom Brady). He is going to bounce back from last year’s crushing defeat,” he explained. “… I love Tampa Bay’s schedule. It has a lot of get-even games for the GOAT.”

“I think the next Tom Brady will play the real Tom Brady. I’m going to say Joe Burrow gets Cincinnati back to the Super Bowl. I think Cincinnati actually had a moral victory against the Rams because they had a horrible call at the goal-line on Cooper Kupp…it was ridiculously bad….they knew it was bad…I think they take more positive away from it than negative.”

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