Tom Brady finally beats the Saints

Tom Brady finally defeats the Saints


For the first time since playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady won a regular season game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon at Caesars Superdome. 

The holder of seven Super Bowl rings gave his club a lead with just over seven minutes to go, heading for a 20-10 victory. The 45-year-old quarterback improved his record at 1-4 to the Saints (1-1) when not in a playoff matchup involving the Buccaneers (2-0).

Brady joined Breshad Perriman on 28 yards for the major who broke the tie 3-3 in the last quarter. Subsequently, the “Bucs” defense had two interceptions, including one from 68 yards for a touchdown.

Quarterback Jameis Winston, who was playing despite four broken backs, was the victim of three thefts. He found Michael Thomas in the end zone late in the game, but it was too little, too late.

The spirits were also heated at many times during this duel between the rivals of the South section of the National. The animosity reached its climax in the fourth quarter, when several players left the sidelines to participate in a scrum. Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans and Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore were ejected from the game for instigating the rififi.

The two teams will meet for a second time in 2022 on Monday December 5, in what could be a duel that will determine the winner of their section.

A whole comeback from the Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins are came from behind and scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to defeat the Baltimore Ravens 42-38 at M&T Bank Stadium.

It's the first time since 2006 that an NFL team has overcome a 21-point deficit in the last quarter to win.

Tua Tagovailoa was spectacular for the Dolphins (2-0). The quarterback completed 36 of 50 passes he attempted for 469 yards and six touchdowns. Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle have been his go-to targets, each scoring two majors. The former had 190 yards, while the latter had 171.

At the Ravens (1-1), pivot Lamar Jackson threw three touchdown passes for the second straight week. In addition to finding Demarcus Robinson, Mark Andrews and Rashod Bateman in the pay zone, he scored a major with his legs and amassed 119 total yards with them.

This game against the Florida club s got off to a flying start for the crowd favorites as Devin Duvernay brought the kickoff home 113 yards for the touchdown.

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At Acrisure Stadium, the New England Patriots (1-1) held off a late push from the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) to win 17-14.

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-1) blanked the Indianapolis Colts (0-1-1) 24-0 at EverBank Field. Quarterback Matt Ryan had a rough afternoon and saw three of his passes land in the hands of opponents.

At FirstEnergy Stadium, the New York Jets (1-1) scored two touchdowns in the final two minutes to beat the Cleveland Browns (1-1) 31-30. Running back Nick Chubb crossed the goal line three times in the loss.

Graham Gano had four field goals as the New York Giants (2-0) beat the Carolina Panthers (0-2) 19-16 at MetLife Stadium.

At Ford Field, Amon -Ra St. Brown caught nine passes for 116 yards and two majors, as well as rushing for 68 yards, in the Detroit Lions' 36-27 (1-1) win over the Washington Commanders (1 -1).