The past few months haven’t been too easy for Tom Brady.
After a pair of ugly wins to start the 2022 NFL season, the Buccaneers dropped four of their next five games including two losses to a pair of inferior opponents: the Pittsburgh Steelers and Carolina Panthers. Tampa Bay as a team Didn’t play well During seven weeks, that includes Brady. The star quarterback’s uncharacteristic mistakes are partly responsible for the talented Bucs’ offense that didn’t click.
To make matters worse for Brady, it seems to be his personal life Have seen better days like that. Hall of Fame’s Kurt Warner isn’t ruling out the possibility that those tough things could be off the field as well It has a long lasting effect.
“…I go and watch the tape from Sunday and I don’t see the Tom Brady we knew,” Warner said Tuesday on the NFL Network. “The mistakes he makes, the things he doesn’t see. I’m not someone who wants to say that some of the things that happen outside the game seem to flow into the game and into the lines. We’ve never seen Tom Brady do that before. He’s very good at focusing on everything else.” And the ability to play football. But right now, he’s doing things that aren’t Tom Brady’s right and you have to wonder if those other things are involved.”
Regardless of the primary source of Brady’s ongoing struggles, the Bucs just don’t seem to be about to figure things out and take off. Tampa Bay will also be hard-pressed to reach Week 8 when that happens Hosted by Baltimore Ravens In a short week at prime time.
So while it’s too early to call it a “lost season” for Brady and Bucks, things are definitely heading in that direction.
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