It only took one offensive practice for Tom Brady to make his presence felt for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their Week 1 game against the New Orleans Saints.
The Buccaneers, who started their first practice of the game on their own 15-yard line, put together a nine-play, 85-yard workout in about 5 minutes, and it was capped when Brady dove into the end zone. from 2 meters. on his methodical watchman, almost always successful.
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On that record, Brady connected with a wide reception from Chris Godwin for a 29-yard passing game, and running back Ronald Jones had 12 rushing yards in five carries.
The Buccaneers were also helped on a third and second play from the Saints’ 38-yard line, when Brady threw a nice touchdown pass to Mike Evans, but Saints defensive back Marshon Lattimore committed a pass interference. defensive.
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The Saints responded two drives later when quarterback Drew Brees caught up with running back Alvin Kamara at 12 yards to tie the game at 7-7.
And after Brady threw an interception on the Bucs’ next drive, Brees devised another practice for the Saints, when Kamara scored from 6 yards, and after a successful extra point, New Orleans held a 14- lead. 7 with about 10 minutes to go in the first half.