MONDAY MORNING WAREFARE! | Tom Brady Psycho-Mode | Tua OUTDUEL Lamar Jackson | NFL Week 2 Recap #tombradygoat miami dolphins tom brady
#tombradygoat #dolphins #tombrady
0 Kişi Okudu – 2 Kişi Beğendi Sende Beğen Yorum Yap
In This Live Stream We Discuss
The Buccaneers are finally in the win column against the Saints. After going 0-4 against their NFC South rival in the regular season since Tom Brady arrived, Tampa Bay was able to pull out a 20-10 victory at Caesars Superdome in Week 2 to move to 2-0 on the season.
While this game did see a total of 30 points scored, it was a literal rock fight for the most part. The Saints were able to shut the Bucs out for the first half, while they managed just three points going into halftime for themselves. In the second half, a brawl that resulted in the ejection of Mike Evans and Marshon Lattimore was the catalyst for the offensive outburst and the ultimate demise of New Orleans.
In the second half, the Saints turned the ball over on four straight possessions, which resulted in 17 points for Tampa Bay and helped the Bucs run away with the win. Winston finished with 236 yards passing, a touchdown and three picks. Meanwhile, Brady tossed for 190 yards and one touchdowns. Bucs cornerback Jamel Dean accounted for two of Tampa’s three interceptions on the day.
For a more detailed breakdown of how this matchup went, check out our takeaways below.
Why the Buccaneers won
The Buccaneers’ defense was the hero of the day. In the first half, Todd Bowles’ unit did keep the club within striking distance as they held New Orleans to just three first-half points as the Tampa Bay offense struggled to move the football and were shut out. Coming out of the halftime break, this unit continued to clamp down on Jameis Winston and began creating turnovers that directly resulted into points. All five of New Orleans’ turnovers came in the second half, which included three turnovers in the span of just five plays. After that run, the cherry on top for the defense was a pick six by safety Mike Edwards that completely broke the game open.
Offensively, Breshad Perriman proved to be key outlet for Brady in the wake of Evans being ejected along with Chris Godwin and Julio Jones being inactive due to injury. He caught three of his five targets for 45 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Why the Saints lost
For a minute, it looked like the Saints were going to march to another impressive win against the Buccaneers. Throughout the first half, Dennis Allen’s team seemed to have Brady’s number, shutting the offense out and being extremely stout on third and fourth down. It even got to a point where Brady was visibly frustrated on the sideline.
Depending on your perspective, the biggest story to come out of the Baltimore Ravens’ 42-38 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday was Tua Tagovailoa’s six touchdown passes, Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill’s game-breaking abilities, or the complete collapse of the Ravens defense in the fourth quarter. All of those are worthy of intense focus, of course, but they also overshadowed a rather absurd performance from Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Jackson completed 21 of 29 passes (72.4 percent) for 318 yards (11 per attempt) and three touchdowns, posting a 142.6 passing rating, 86 QBR, and Week 2-high 0.69 EPA per dropback mark, according to Tru Media. Jackson further added 119 yards and a touchdown on his nine rushing attempts (13.2 yards per carry). In so doing, Jackson broke a tie with Michael Vick for the most 100-yard rushing games by a quarterback in NFL history.
#ShowtymeOnPointSports #TomBrady #LamarJackson #AaronRodgers