We could point out all the differences between last season’s Bucs and the 2020 version, but let’s face it, there’s really only one change the world cares about. Jameis Winston is out, and Tom Brady is in. With that in mind, we figured it might be an interesting exercise to chart Winston’s 2019 and Brady’s 2020 seasons weekly.This was one of his finest moments from 2019. Winston led the Bucs to a 55-40 upset of the Rams in Los Angeles, completing 28 of 41 passes for 385 yards and four touchdowns with one interception. The interception, however, was costly. It was returned for a touchdown in the fourth quarter and cut the score to 45-40.Strikingly similar to Winston in 2019. Brady completed 30 of 46 passes for 369 yards with five touchdowns and one interception that was returned for a touchdown in a 38-31 victory against the Chargers . Brady, however, gets extra points because Chris Godwin was out of the lineup, and O.J. Howard left in the fourth quarter. 2019 Winston: Completed 87-of-139 for 1,167 yards, with nine touchdowns, five interceptions and a 2-2 record. 2020 Brady: Completed 101-of-155 for 1,122 yards, with 11 touchdowns, four interceptions and a 3-1 record.As if he were listening, Brady silences the “he doesn’t throw deep” story line. Brady hit four different receivers with completions of 28 yards or more. He also went to five different receivers for his five touchdown passes. There’s still a long way to go, but his passer rating of 99.4 is his highest since 2017 and is slightly better than Winston’s 95.8 at the same point of last season.