Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are off to a hot start in the NFL in 2021.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) —The NFL’s season opener managed to reward fans — all fans — on their long-awaited return to football on the night the Tampa Bay Buccaneers inflated two silver Lombardi Trophies, unveiled a video featuring pirate ships, swords, fire, and players in the midst of it all, and followed it up with a video of those same players declaring how happy they are that fans are back. The smoke, the clamor, the flag-waving, the toughness, the unwaveringness. Everything was back, a reminder of what millions of fans all over the country had missed out on last season and a promise of what the Buccaneers and Cowboys might have in store for the upcoming one.
It seemed totally suitable that the come-from-behind field goal, which was kicked with seven seconds left in the 31-29 thriller, was greeted by screams before it even passed the plane of the 5-yard line. Bucs supporters have waited a long time — during a pandemic and a Super Bowl — to cheer on their team, They couldn’t wait anymore.
أead coach Bruce Arians stated that there was no doubt that they were going to win the game “with him…”
Of course, “him” was Tom Brady, and although everyone had heard his tale before — the game-winning drive with less than two minutes left — he wasn’t completely satisfied with the nail-biter. Four turnovers are not meant to start the process of defending a Super Bowl title, and Brady’s frown as he walked off the field said it all. Arians had expressed a desire for fewer turnovers during the summer, and Brady acknowledged the obvious: there was a lot to clean up.
Brady, on the other hand, seemed to be in greater look, mechanically ideal than ever before.
His knee is in good shape, and he seems at ease with his receivers, which had been a work in progress for the most of last season. Two early passes, one threaded through traffic to Rob Gronkowski and another deep to Antonio Brown, as well as a pinpoint-placed back-shoulder ball to Chris Godwin on the game-winning drive, demonstrated what this offense is capable of today.
Arian also stated that they had a lot of confidence in close games. Just didn’t place themselves in that position, in his opinion. He suggested to improve their performance and get the 14-point lead they deserved. He emphasized that their confidence is real and well-deserved.
Brady completed 32 of 50 throws with 4 touchdowns, achieved what his quarterback coach expected
Clyde Christensen, predicted earlier in the season: a healthy and familiar Brady would lead an offense that, although its efficient in Super Bowl LV, was still not firing on all cylinders. With rampant firepower, it’s probably getting closer — Christensen insisted they were still working at a snap deficiency this summer. The Bucs are not productive, as Arians’ expression at the end of the game demonstrated. Last season, though, the offense didn’t really take off until around Week 12, and Brady was hampered by a weak knee. The knee is now recovered, and the offense was on fire even before the 12th minute.
Brady recalled of his first game in Tampa, a 34-23 defeat to the New Orleans Saints that last year sucked after the first game. He also said that since 365 days ago, he had gone a long way. After last year’s game, he had a very lonely sensation. they triumphed once again. It was fantastic.
- However, they recognized that it was far from ideal,
- and they must have returned to work and clear up a lot of debris.
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The Bucs’ chances of victory, on the other hand, were never in question, despite Brown’s belief that the reigning champs are being overlooked. They brought back all 22 starters from their Super Bowl squad with this goal in mind.
- The Cowboys started the season with a lot of questions.
- and they got out of this game with the only true answer.
Dak Prescott is in a good shape, throwing accurately and playing without any restrictions.
This game was a defeat which passed a loss in a 17-game season which can be nearly beside the point. The Cowboys won’t play the Bucs again during the regular season, and there are not many defenses that discourage running like Tampa’s. Zack Martin, an All-Pro guard, will come back from the reserve/COVID-19 list. Zeke Elliott will get more than 33 yards on the ground. Every week, the new defense will not attempt to fend off a Brady attack. And the Cowboys’ offense will be more like the one that played in the first quarter of last season.
before losing their franchise quarterback for the season. Prescott has recorded at least 400 throwing yards in four games since the start of the 2020 season, the most by any player in the NFL, according to NFL Research, despite missing the last 11 games of that campaign.
The Cowboys want to be more balanced offensively than they were Thursday night, according to Prescott.
But if Prescott can keep throwing without concern of injuring his ankle or shoulder like he did today
(42 of 58 for 403 yards and three touchdowns),
they will not lose many games, and it’s difficult to see how Dallas won’t be in the NFC East battle until the end Prescott remarked of the offense
and defense working together against the Bucs that they played complimentary football better than they had ever played throughout his tenure.”
Prescott said that even if a team was excellent, it may still lose. The Cowboys were not quite great yet,
but they had seen what greatness looked like from across the field, and they’ were closer than most people thought.
Brady remarked that in the NFL, the margin of error is razor-thin, one or two plays, that’s how the game always goes.
Fans who may have forgotten how these games work while they were gone were reminded of how thrilling they can be on Thursday.
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