Tom Brady threw yet another pick-six this Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers. Skip Bayless did not hold back in reacting to Brady’s interception.
Now, trouble in Tompa: Mike Evans gone early with knee injury. No Chris Godwin. Brady: another Pick Six. He chose the Bucs bc of two Pro Bowl wideouts. Now he has none.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) October 4, 2020
Mike Evans briefly exited the game against the Chargers before returning by the end of the first quarter. Evans has already hauled in 3 catches for 47 yards.
Tom Brady’s Pick 6 Woes Continue
Brady’s pick-six against the Chargers marked the third time already this season that he’s done that. It’s also his fourth one in his last six games. Here’s a look at his latest one:
Tom Brady moved to Tampa Bay and became addicted to throwing pick-6s pic.twitter.com/lqRi5GeVmr
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 4, 2020
For Tampa Bay, this has to be slightly worrying now. The whole reason the organization moved on from Jameis Winston was to bring in a stabilizing force at quarterback, one who wouldn’t throw for 30 interceptions.
Brady has four interceptions through four weeks now. This is largely unprecedented from the veteran quarterback. Brady’s interception percentage this season is the highest its been since his early days in New England.
Tom Brady, Buccaneers Down Against Chargers
Brady and the Buccaneers have been struggling against the Los Angeles Chargers. They find themselves down 21-7 after Succop missed a field goal.
Meanwhile, the Chargers have looked sharp offensively and defensively. Rookie quarterback Justin Herbert has already thrown for two touchdowns and will look to add to that total.
— NFL (@NFL) October 4, 2020
Things have not started out as expected in Tompa Bay thus far. There is still plenty of football to be played, both in this game, and the rest of the season, however. Tom Brady can still turn things around and make the Buccaneers the contenders they were supposed to be.