Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sport NFL's Oldest Roster

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are taking after their 45-year-old quarterback Tom Brady. According to Philly Voice writer Jimmy Kempski, the team sports the oldest roster in the league:
Rosters shift and turnover in the NFL by the hour, so the individual rankings on the list are pretty fluid. For now, the Bucs comfortably lead the way with an average age of 27.1, followed by the Arizona Cardinals, New England Patriots, and New Orleans Saints essentially tied at 26.8. The youngest team in the league? No other than the Cleveland Browns with an average age of 25.0, followed by the Detroit Lions at 25.1 and the Dallas Cowboys at 25.2.
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So what do we take from all this? Not all that much. There doesn't seem to be a correlation between roster age and winning in the NFL. Last year's Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams were the sixth youngest roster entering the season last year, but the 2020 Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers were 26th. Before them, the 2019 Kansas City Chiefs were 16th, and the 2018 New England Patriots were 30th.

So if recent data is to be believed, an older roster shouldn't impact a team's chances to win it all. Particularly if they have Tom Brady.
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