The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Final Tour With Tom Brady Is Becoming Into A Disaster

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Final Tour With Tom Brady Is Becoming Into A Disaster

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Even if Rob Gronkowski, the tight end, decides to come out of retirement once more, the farewell tour Tom Brady is expected to take may still end up being a complete and total disaster, no matter how much of a bummer that is.

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After suffering a humiliating defeat at the hands of the Carolina Panthers by a score of 21-3, Tom Brady is now winless after seven games for the first time since the year 2002. For a team that is expected to be among the teams competing for the Super Bowl, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are doing some pretty desperate things right now.

There is, without a doubt, sufficient time left for alterations. The Buccaneers are still in the first position in the NFL’s weakest division despite having a record of 3-4, even though the NFL season has not even reached the halfway point.

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The post-Lawyer Milloy catastrophe and a beatdown in KC are two occurrences from Brady’s reign with the Patriots that come to mind as examples of games in which he was trounced early in the season but still managed to lead his team to the Super Bowl victory. We must remember these instances.

Because he has persevered in the face of adversity and beaten the odds, Brady, also known as TB12 in marketing terminology, has become a seven-ring icon.

A week after suffering a setback at the hands of the 1-4 Pittsburgh Steelers, Brady, and company suffered another setback at the hands of the 1-5 Carolina Panthers. Perhaps it is not yet time to panic, but it is unquestionably time to acknowledge that we are in a desperate situation.

Consider the outcomes of the first nine Bucs drives on Sunday: Punt. Punt. Punt. Punt. Halftime. Turnover on downs and punt the ball. Followed by a field goal.

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While the Buccaneers gained 290 yards on the ground despite only attempting to run the ball 16 times, Brady passed 49 times, which was way too many—not completing a ball of more than 20 yards to a comprehensive receiver results in a paltry 5.9 yards per attempt. At this rate, Brady’s 6.6 yards per attempt will be his lowest since… that 2002 season.

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