NFL: Finally positive for Brady and the “Bucs”

NFL: Finally some positives for Brady and the «Bucs»


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers snapped a nasty three-game losing streak Sunday at Raymond James Stadium by defeating the Los Angeles Rams 16-13. 

The formation led by Tom Brady is going through particularly difficult times these days, she who had given up five times in his last six duels.

It was far from being a spectacular duel offensively, but the crowd favorites found a way to prevail late in the game. Down 13-9 with slightly more than two minutes to play, the “Bucs” knocked on the door of the visitors, but the latter resisted.

They were unable to get a first down afterwards, however, and handed the ball back to Brady with less than a minute to play. The pivot of the Florida formation did not ask for so much, he who crossed the field to finally find the hands of tight end Chris Otton, in the end zone, with less than 10 seconds to go in regulation time. /p>

The 45-year-old athlete attempted an impressive 58 stints, including 36, for 280 yards . His running game was particularly ineffective, with a meager 24 yards.

In the opposing camp, center Matthew Stafford completed 13 of his 27 stints, for 165 yards and a touchdown pass.

Winners of the most recent Super Bowl, the Rams (3-5) will have to quickly find a solution to their problems if they wish to preserve their title, they who are now in danger of missing the playoffs.

The Seahawks continue to surprise

In Arizona, the Seattle Seahawks continued their surprise season by defeating the Cardinals 31 to 21.

Without making too much noise, the Seahawks (6-3) are first in the National's West Division, while many already counted them out before the start of the season against powerhouses like the Rams, Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers, all within this section.

Running back Kenneth Walker had another impressive performance, with 26 carries for 109 yards and two majors. He also added three catches for 20 more yards.

Quarterback Geno Smith continued to do exactly what is expected of him, completing 26 of 34 stints for 275 yards and two majors, against an interception.