Week 13 Most Impressive: Bucs at Falcons

The Bucs wiped out the Falcons for the second year in a row thanks to a Win 30-17 in Atlanta on Sunday. Full-back Tom Brady remained a flawless 10-0 against the Falcons in his 22-year career, throwing 368 yards and four touchdowns in victory.

Chris Godwin set a franchise record with 15 catches of 143 meters, while Mike Evans had 99 meters with seven catches. Tight finish Rob Gronkowski, who had a pair against Atlanta in Week 2, scored twice again on Sunday. The Bucs, who have improved to 9-3 during the season, have seen their defensive record five times dropped with two each from defensive saves from Vita Vea and Ndamukong Suh.

Here is a list of the most impressive Bucs in Tampa Bay’s third win in a row.

QB Tom Brady

Bucs QB Tom Brady and TE Rob Gronkowski

Bucs QB Tom Brady and TE Rob Gronkowski – Photo: USA Today

Brady started the game hot, completing 11 of 13 passes for 75 yards and a touchdown gave Tampa Bay a 7-0 lead in the opening game. Brady found Fournette to hit the 3-yard touchdown to surpass that scoring record. On the next round, Brady hit Chris Godwin for 25 yards and Mike Evans for 36 yards before hitting his second touch of the day – a 3-yard pitch towards Cameron Brate. Brady found Rob Gronkowski with a catch and ran for 27 yards in the second half to take Tampa Bay’s lead 20-10 just before halftime.

Brady’s only bad game came with seconds left in the second half. Falcons defensive midfielder Marlon Davidson blocked an attempt to pass the ball across the screen to Leonard Fournette, and scored in the game to make it 20-17 after halftime. Brady continued to hang the ball in the second half and topped the 300-yard mark, adding another touchdown pass for Gronk in the third half. Brady complete the game complete 38 of 51 passes were 368 yards long with four touchdowns and one pick.

WR Chris Godwin

Godwin had five catches of 33 yards on the Bucs’ first hit. It was the start of a great day for players of the Bucs franchise. Godwin finished with a career-high 15 catches in 143 yards (9.5 on average). That also sets the Bucs franchise record for most catches in a game. Godwin’s role was primarily that of a chain mover on Sunday in Atlanta, but he had an impressive 36-yard catch and run in between. That’s the result for the game’s longest pass. Godwin saw his streak go with a six-game loss to Atlanta, as he failed to score a TD on Sunday. However, he increased his season’s output to 82 catches from 949 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Bucs table.

Bucs . Attack Line

The attack deserves a lot of credit for the team’s success on Sunday. Brady was barely touched in Atlanta and was never fired. The Bucs scored 30 points and produced 425 yards against the Falcons, including 368 yards in the air with Brady stepping back for 51 throws. It is the sixth time this season that Tampa Bay’s attack has not had a pocket. And this is the third time in the last four games that Brady has not been fired.

TE Rob Gronkowski

It wasn’t another 100-yard performance like he had a week ago in Indianapolis. But it was another two-touch effort like he did with the Falcons in Week 2. Gronkowski finished with four 58-yard catches and two TDs, including a second-quarter score of 27. yards. His leap, scoring 11 yards in a lackluster game in the late area against Falcons safety, Erik Harris was pretty amazing. Despite missing five games this season, Gronkowski has had six TDs this year after catching seven of 16 last year.

RB Leonard Fournette

Bucs RB Leonard Fournette

Bucs RB Leonard Fournette – Photo: USA Today

Fournette caught all four of her goals on Tampa Bay’s opening line in 24 yards and a touchdown opened the scoring for the Bucs. It wasn’t the day he had last week in Indianapolis, but Fournette is a steady, solid producer. Fournette dashed 44 yards with 13 attempts and caught seven of eight 48-yard passes and a touchdown, his second of the year. His two TD picks in one season was a new high in Fournette’s career. He currently has a total of 9 TD points for the year – 7 rushing and 2 through the air.

DT Ndamukong Suh

Suh recorded a sack in season three and season 4 to force an Atlanta player in the game’s second series. The former All-Pro has now recorded multiple returns in consecutive weeks. Suh recorded his second dismissal in a third and seventh inning in the third, as he beat left-keeper Jalen Mayfield to win Matt Ryan. He currently has six layoffs during the season, matching last year’s mark. Suh is second on the team behind Shaquil Barrett’s 7.5 bags.

NT Vita Vea

Vea made his first full mark of the season in the first quarter when he beat rookie keeper Jalen Mayfield in a messy situation. The 345-pound nose shot had half a ball in games against Miami and Philadelphia. Vea got his second sacking when he beat Mayfield again to get Matt Ryan. His two-day layoff was a new career high for Vea.

CB Pierre Desir

Desir replaced Jamel Dean, who relapsed to a more severe shoulder injury in the third round. He made his presence felt immediately on his first play, knocking the ball out of the hands of receiver Russell Gage. Cornerback Carlton Davis III went to Tampa Bay to block Atlanta’s driveway. Desir ended the game with five tackles in less than a half.

OLB Cam Gill

Gill recorded the first time in his career being fired when he let Ryan lose 8 yards in the second half. In the previous game, Gill had a beautiful ball handling with Cordarrelle Patterson from a distance of 5m. He currently has 1.5 bags for the season, and finished with two tackles for the day.

https://www.pewterreport.com/week-13-most-impressive-bucs-at-falcons/ Week 13 Most Impressive: Bucs at Falcons

Olly Dawes

Olly Dawes is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Olly Dawes joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ollydawes@24ssports.com.

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