Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers have not been able to capitalize of their decent start in the 2022-23 season. Having lost consecutive games isn’t the issue, but the problem troubling analysts and fans is that the spoken off team have failed to reach 50 yards rushing in each of their last two games and a large part of their struggles have been the injuries and constant switches on the offensive line.
Not only have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost their numero uno place in the NFC South division but have even suffered hefty defeats, which have made their opponents well aware on how to expose them, during the latter stages when they look to attack themselves. This seems to have lured Hall of Famer turned analyst Shannon Sharpe believe that Bucs’ sufferings are only going to increase in their next match against the defending champions – Los Angeles Rams.
Shannon Sharpe discussed the Week 9 contest between Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams on Undisputed. Wherein he picked the latter team, saying, “The Rams are 3-0 vs. Brady since he got to Tampa Bay. Rams win 20-17.”
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Sharpe suggested that the reason he picks Rams over Bucs, is the dominance the former team has had ever since Tom Brady has joined the other team.
For those who are unaware, Brady has never beaten the Los Angeles Rams in a Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniform. The 45-year-old veteran quarterback lost 27-24 in the first regular-season meeting in 2020. Followed by a 34-24 loss in 2021. Eventually Brady’s most recent loss to the Rams came in this past year’s NFC Divisional round, falling 30-27.
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