The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round sure felt like it was Tom Brady's last game with the team. The 45-year-old quarterback is headed for free agency or possible retirement after posting a losing record in the regular season and getting blown out in Tampa Bay's only playoff game.

Brady thanked all of the reporters at the post-game press conference in what might've been a farewell for his three years with the Buccaneers. If Brady wants to play elsewhere in the 2023 season, a few destinations would make sense for the seven-time Super Bowl champion.

What will be Brady's next team? Here's a look at three top candidates to sign the quarterback this offseason.

Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders are getting more buzz than any potential Brady destination. Las Vegas is the most popular pick among ESPN insiders who were asked to predict where he will play in 2023. The Raiders are moving on from Derek Carr. Brady can reunite with former offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Rob Gronkowski seemed to confirm this past summer that Brady and the tight end were ready to go to Las Vegas in 2020 until Jon Gruden pulled the plug on a potential deal. Davante Adams and a potentially explosive offense could also lure Brady to Las Vegas.

Miami Dolphins

Brady was reportedly set to go to Miami with Sean Payton for the 2022 season before Brian Flores' lawsuit against the Dolphins ended those plans. One year later, Miami could be an even more attractive destination. The addition of Tyreek Hill has given the Dolphins one of the league's best wide receiver duos, along with Jaylen Waddle. Tua Tagovailoa's late-season struggles and concussions could prompt Miami to make a quarterback change for 2023. The Dolphins made the playoffs and nearly upset the Buffalo Bills with a third-string quarterback.

New York Jets

On paper, the Jets might be the perfect fit for Brady. New York is a quarterback away from being a Super Bowl contender. An elite defense carried the Jets to seven wins in 2022. Garrett Wilson and Breece Hall are dynamic young playmakers. Joining the Jets would allow Brady to stay on the East Coast and remain somewhat close to his children. Maybe the quarterback would even relish the chance to go up against Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots in the AFC East.

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Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers acknowledges the crowd after the final play of the NFL match between Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Allianz Arena on November 13, 2022 in Munich, Germany. Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images