With Brady leading the way, Buccaneers can make tidal waves in the playoffs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady made 22 of 29 assists for 348 yards and four touchdowns in the first period before winning the second period in a 47-7 over the Detroit Lions Saturday at Ford Field. The big win officially ended the Buccaneers playoff drought that started in 2007, while Brady became the first player in NFL history to reach the post-season in 12 consecutive seasons. In addition, bleached reporter Maurice Moton said Brady’s perfect match against the Lions was his 300th. The first game of the regular season allowed the NFL to realize that the Buccaneers are a force to be reckoned with in the post-season.

In his new form, Tom Brady is once again a threat to any team that wants to win the Lombardi Trophy, according to Moton in his Bleacher Report article. With the Buccaneers at full throttle with three straight-wins after losing two straight games for the bye week, Moton believes their Wild Card opponents will have their hands full with Brady and his troops. According to Moton, Brady has an abundance of weapons in wide receivers Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Scotty Miller, while the Buccaneers have jugglers Ronald Jones and Leonard Fournette on the field. Brady also came closer to his former New England Patriots teammates, receiver Antonio Brown and fullback Rob Gronkowski. Brown and Gronkowski combined for four touchdowns in the victory over the Falcons and the Atlanta Lions.

Defence also does its share of

The Buccaneers’ defense, which is linked to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the top position in the NFL with 47 sacks, also contributes. Moton said the Bay of Tampa is also the second largest pressure centre for quarterbacks, with 160 retirements in week 16 and the fewest yards in the race in week 15. With Brady, the Buccaneers can kill in the playoffs, says Moton, adding that with their talent clicking at the right moment, they can make it to the Super Bowl 55.

Earlier, analyst Nate Burleson said he wouldn’t be surprised if Brady and the Buccaneers won the big dance played in Tampa.

The Bucks have a clear advantage over the Falcons

While the Buccaneers have already secured their place in the post-season, more is at stake for their regular season finale against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, according to Scott Smith of Buccaneers.com.

According to Smith, the Buccaneers have already earned one of the three wildcard spots in the NFC, and if they beat the Falcons again, they will get the first wildcard spot or the fifth place in the playoffs. If so, the Buccaneers will take on the Eastern NFC champions in the Wild Card game. The title of NFC East is still at stake. Three teams – the Washington football team, the Dallas Cowboys and New York City – compete for his place. The three NFC East teams mentioned have lost most of all, Smith said. Washington can win the division with a win at the Philadelphia Eagles next Sunday, but if the soccer team loses, the NFC East crown goes to the winner of the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants. When the Pirates lose and the Los Angeles Rams defeat the Arizona Cardinals, Tampa Bay becomes number one.

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