This is the 22nd NFL season for Tom Brady, the legendary quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. By now, he has experienced all the things that the sport has to offer. But this season might just be one more. As NFL Week 2 came to a close, Brady has thrown 9 touchdown passes, the most in the league, and the highest in his career. On Sunday, he threw 5 in their victory against the Falcons, which had a final score of 48-25.
Brady Expects More From Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Chris Godwin, the wide receiver of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, said that having someone of Tom Brady’s abilities automatically raises the prospects of the team. Godwin has scored 2 touchdowns in 2 weeks. He added that Brady is trusted by everyone around him, which is the key to the game.
Brady threw 2 touchdowns each to Mike Evans, the wide receiver, and Rob Gronkowski, the tight end. In the 4th quarter, he threw another one to Godwin. The job was finished by Mike Edwards, the defensive back as he did two pick-sixes in the 4th quarter.
Including last year’s postseason, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have now had 30 points on the board at the least, while winning their past 9 games. This is NFL History’s longest streak. Gronkowski and Brady have combined to throw 6 touchdowns in 3 games, from the Super Bowl LV game. This is the best mark in 2 games in their 11 seasons playing together.
Brady said that he honestly believes, as does the rest of his teammates, that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can perform much better. He also thinks that this is one of the best opportunities to do so. However, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense has the highest number of turnovers so far.