TAMPA — Just a moment On Sunday afternoon, everything seemed to be back to normal. To find Russell Gage toward the back of the end zone for a score, Tom Brady had fired a dart that sliced between two defenders. The largest Buccaneers game audience in Raymond James Stadium history had been kept at bay all day long by errors, infractions, and the Green Bay defence; this was the G.O.A.T. stuff they had come for. However, with only 18 seconds left, this was set up to be a typical Brady conclusion. For the game to go into overtime, just a two-point conversion was required.
The Bucs were then unable to start. They were assessed a delay of game penalty, and a subsequent pass to Gage was incomplete.
In a metaphorical sense, this season’s offensive, which has only mustered three touchdowns in three games, has been defined by a failure to get ready and a lack of execution. However, it wasn’t a surprise that that was the real problem in the Bucs’ 14-12 loss to the Packers. An offence that was without its two main targets, held out a third weapon, and signed a player early last week, elevated him off the practise squad in the morning, and then threw the second throw of the day to him is probably not going to operate as smoothly under pressure.
even if Brady skipped his day off as a veteran to participate in every session this week.
Brady added with a drowsy smile, “That passing game hasn’t been very good, we’re not running as well as we can.