A week after the embarrassment Saints On national television, Tom Brady And this Buchananers Took out all of their disappointments and responded Carolina Panthers 46-23 In trumpet victory. The Buccaneers made a lot of changes after the 38-3 defeat to New Orleans, and it looked like they were all paid. One of the most significant changes this week came in the offensive line Ryan Jensen Moves from center to safety. Since Jensen no longer snapped the ball to Brady, the job was given to AQ Shipley.
The switch paid dividends as Brady faced pressure to win. The 43-year-old had plenty of time to throw every time he came back in the quarterback, and Brady certainly took advantage of it as he finished with 28 off 391 yards for 341 yards and three touchdowns.
One of Brady’s most interesting passes came on the 44-yard strike Rob Krankowski That Buchanan is so much needed. At pass time, the Buccaneers faced second and 13th, trailing 17-10 with two minutes to play in the first half.
Cron’s catch took the Buccaneers to 4 from Carolina’s 48-yard line. Three plays later, Brady beats up Mike Evans Tampa Bay got all the pace for a three-yard score. Including that touchdown, the Buccaneers beat the Panthers 36-6 from that spot.
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Speaking of Evans, he was a hot topic at Tampa this week because Buchanan coach Bruce Arians was clearly frustrated that he did not see Brady Evans when Tampa Bay lost 38-3 to New Orleans.
Mike was open Bunch in that ball game, “Arians said after the 9th week loss.” He didn’t aim, that’s all. The mic was open. ”
Brady kept the criticism in mind because he saw Evans early and mostly against the Panthers. Of the 39 passes that Brady threw in the game, 11 went to Evans, who caught six passes for 77 yards and a three-yard touchdown.
The scary thing about Buchanan’s crime is that it is still active. Changes in attack order after 9th week? Is Evans not having enough goals? The two issues that have been fixed this week are that, unfortunately for the Panthers, they were the team that was on the field on the day Buchanan found out all about the offense. Even Antonio Brown Caught seven passes for 69 yards.
The Buccaneers came into the game for Tampa Bay in the third quarter, despite being enjoyable by the wind. Ronald Jones The third longest touchdown run in NFL history was recorded.
That touchdown seemed to undermine the Panthers’ defense and he could do nothing to stop the Buccaneers in the second half. Jones’ 98-yard run joins Ahman Green for third longest in NFL history, only behind Tony Dorset and behind Derrick Henry, Both scored on a 99-yard run.
The win over the Panthers puts the Buccaneers one step closer to a playoff berth, and even if they can’t beat the division, they need to set their sights on the fifth seed in the NFC because it is the wild card round that allows the NFC East winner to play. That’s the balance every NFC team wants.
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Tampa Bay 46-23 on Carolina
Josh Edwards’ Buccaneers-Panthers Standards (Like the standards? Do you hate the standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
Cleveland 10-7 over Houston
Detroit 30-27 on Washington
Green Bay 24-20 over Jacksonville
NY Giants 27-17 over Philadelphia
Eagles-Giants Standards by Jeff Kerr (Do you like standards? Do you hate standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
Pittsburgh 36-10 over Cincinnati
Brian D’Ardo’s Bengals-Steelers Standards (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)
Miami 29-21 on LA Chargers
Chargers-Dolphins Standards by Jordan Tajani (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)
LA Rams 23-16 over Seattle
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Arizona 32-30 on Buffalo
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Las Vegas 37-12 over Denver
New Orleans 27-13 over San Francisco
New England 23-17 over Baltimore
Ravens-Patriots by Tyler Sullivan (Do you like standards? Do you hate standards? Let him know on Twitter.)