Tom Brady’s mental mistake dooms Buccaneers
It's entirely possible that Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady walked straight to the locker room after losing to the Bears on Thursday between 8 and 7 pm for pledging to respect the league's COVID-19 protocols, the Prohibit post-game interactions within two meters of opposing players. It's also possible that he just wanted to fuck Dodge.
The latter explanation makes perfect sense in light of the Goat's committing a goat-in-a-bad-way mistake on the game's final Tampa Bay drive when he threw an inaccurate pass into the field in fourth and fifth places and above thought was third and five.
If Brady hasn't tried to give the officers a ruse they're not looking for, Brady's placement of four fingers in the air and his interactions with people reflect in black and white stripes that he thought he had another. He did not.
He also kept track of the downs by moving the ball to stop the clock during the four downs before the final snap. Unlike Troy Aikman's lifeline, no time was wasted in this sequence to save time.
It's an inexcusable mistake for any starting quarterback. It gets even more inexcusable when the starter's brain and experience are two of its biggest selling points.
It will be very interesting to hear how Brady and trainer Bruce Arians deal with reporters. Arians didn't hesitate to call Brady about Tampa's only other loss of the season. Will Arians publicly punish Brady for making a very unradylic mistake?
Tom Brady's mental error originally condemned Buccaneers on Pro Football Talk
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