TAMPA, Fla. – The bright lights of the golden hour TV – even at home – proved overwhelming for Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have not only failed on national television for the third time this season – they have Regulatory.
After a narrow escape with a 25-23 week win over the New York Giants on Monday Night Football – a match they entered as 12.5 point favorites – Bucs have been hit by New Orleans Saints beat 38-3 on “Sunday Night Football” to drop to 6-3.
The Bucs entered the night with the aim of not only adding a stepping stone to their half-match lead at NFC South, but also to reinforce themselves as a favorite candidate to win at NFC. They have a chance to overtake the Seattle Seahawks, who lost to Buffalo Bills on Sunday, to take first place in NFC. Instead, they fell to second in the group (The Saints are 6-2 and keep a better division record and have a tie) after just half a point in a season where there are only congress teams. Top win in round one.
Brady completed 22 of 38 passes with 209 yards of passes, no touches, and three interceptions with a QB of 40.4. He was heavily pressured with three bags, unable to catch up and off target most of the night, with the Saints stealing his deep ball.
The Bucs attacker ̵1; the tournament’s third best scorer, averaging 29.75 points per game in Week 9 – couldn’t even take the first down until possession of the fifth strike. But that’s right, Marcus Davenport beat Brady’s on-screen pass to Ronald Jones II that was blocked by David Onyemata.
There were communication problems with Brady and his receiver all night. He tried to hit Scotty Miller deep into third and third along the left in the first half, but Miller stopped the line, which was also what happened to Antonio Brown just before the break in a pass. the side was stopped by Marcus Williams. Not only did Brady miss Rob Gronkowski’s tight finish on a deep post while working with Demario Davis in the fourth and sixth innings, but he fell to an open Brown, who was running alongside him. me.
In the third quarter, after Mike Edwards found a mess of Drew Brees pressed by midfielder Shaquil Barrett, Brady missed Gronkowski at the back of the finish area, which they should have scored. first of the night. He also missed out on Mike Evans on two lackluster routes working with Marshon Lattimore – a play where Brady and Evans played 7/7 in the red zone during Sunday’s match.
Brady’s third intercept came in the third quarter, the fourth after a pass to Gronkowski.
In the highly anticipated Buccaneers debut and playing in his first game since Week 2 of the 2019 season, Brown caught three passes into five goals in a 31-yard distance, with his longest catch of the ball. It is on the tilt to reach 15 yards. Brown is also responsible for converting the Bucs’ only fork, crossing the backyard in motion and going to the flat to get a 6-yard finish.
On defense, the Bucs have struggled to put pressure on the Brees and have multiple clearances and defeats, surrendering the season’s highest number of fouls at 420 meters. The shot is 222 yards away and has four touches of the ball.
The only bright spot of the night is the bright spots and rock solid style of Ryan Succop. In addition to Edwards’s awkward recovery, Jordan Whitehead hit the ball loosely from Jared Cook’s shot, and Lavonte David recalled it. In the fourth half, Succop nailed his target on the 48 yard field to avoid closing.