Tom Brady is an unbelievable man for the Bucs. Under his guidance, Tampa has a record of 25-8 over the past two seasons. He’s firmly in the MVP discussion and is on track to bring the Bucs back to the knockout stages for the second year in a row. However, opponents of the New Orleans Saints division have been a thorn in the side of his side.
Brady just had a 1-3 record against the Saints as Buc. Tampa Bay got caught up in last season and dropped their game in New Orleans this season. Sure, they won the biggest game when it was almost all counted, but the Bucs were looking to win the division and only the Saints stood in their way. With a win, Tampa will claim their first division title since 2007. For that to happen, Brady will need to play better than he has in the past.
In the 4 meetings, Brady has thrown 1,022 yards and 8 touches. He also threw seven interceptions, including two pick-sixes. Having said that, a few of those interceptions weren’t his fault. In fact, Brady played well in the last meeting of the two teams. Of course, he also had a chance to win a game, but PJ Williams’ six-point dash dashed Brady’s hopes. Its a play that Brady still thinks About.
“We’re going to try to get an 11-3 win against a team that’s clearly given us a lot of problems,” Brady said on Thursday. “Always a difficult team to play. As long as I can remember to play ball, this is a prepared team. They are tough, physically fit, they have a lot of threats from the ball’s defence, a lot of veteran players. They have a good rush, great support people. Demario Davis is one of the great linebackers in the NFL. It’s unbelievable the way he plays the game.
“And in high school, Marshon [Lattimore] and Marcus [Williams] and Malcolm [Jenkins]. [Bradley] Roby is an extraordinary player. [Paulson] Adebo is a great player. They have players all over the field. PJ Williams picked me there in the last game. That still pisses me off, maybe six weeks later. ”
The Bucs come together at the right time, while also starting to get healthy. Brady and head coach Bruce Arians repeatedly lectured on how important December football is. This game is especially important. A “t-shirt and hat game” as Arians calls it with the NFC South title on the wire. But for the Bucs, it’s about beating the Saints again in the regular season. Despite being cornered, New Orleans still has a very solid defense. Everyone in their A game, including Brady, will win.
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