Tom Brady throws two interceptions as Washington Football Team bounces Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady threw two incredible interceptions in the opening quarter as part of a collapse by the reigning Champions of the Super Bowl, contributing to Washington Football Team upsetting the Buccaneers 29-19 on Sunday while losing rookie Chase Young to injury.

The Bucs lost a second batch-to-back matchup on either side of its bye week and suffered an additional blow in the last minute of the game when nose tackle Vita Vea was taken off due to injury on the last play of a 19-play, 80-yard drive over 10:26 that completed the win for Washington (3-6).

Tom Brady threw two picks like the defeat to New Orleans a fortnight ago and ended 23 of 34 for 220 yards with two touchdown passes, and many best au online casino sites predicted this ahead.

The Bucs (6-3) could not find his rhythm on either side of the game ball in a rematch of their victory against Washington from January. Tom Brady’s interceptions on two of his opening six throws – one of the hands of youngster Jaelon Darden and another unsolvable toss that was caught by Bobby McCain – disjointed the league’s best passing and scoring offense, which did not have a first-half touchdown for the fifth time in the last two years.

In the second half, Brady bounced back, throwing TD passes to Brate and Evans. The 40-yard link-up with Evans cut the Bucs loss to 23-19.

That’s where the comeback attempt absolutely faltered when Tampa Bay’s backline could not stop the offense of Washington on the final, clock-draining drive. Ron Rivera lived up to his nickname - Riverboat Ron, by going for it on fourth-and-goal from the Bucs 1-yard line with 31 seconds left, and Gibson’s second touchdown run of the day put the match away and caused Vea’s injury setback, which could linger for the Bucs.

Washington Quarterback Taylor Heinicke stamped his authority on the improbable result much earlier in the game, hooking up with Carter for a 20-yard TD pass and also leading a 71-yard drive in quarter 3. A pass interference penalty on the Bucs set up Gibson’s first TD amazing run – one of many self-inflicted errors made by the Bucs, which was flagged on six occasions for 43 yards.

Heinicke, who undoubtedly earned his deal by impressing in a shock start against the Bucs in the playoffs, was 26 of 32 for 256 yards and also greatly rushed for 15 yards.

The possibly serious right knee injury to Chase Young put a massive damper on Washington’s win.

The reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, who is frequent visitor at fell to the ground with what looked to be a non-contact injury sustained by him after trying to beat Donovan Smith on a pass rush in the second quarter of the game. He removed his helmet while on the field before he was examined by team trainers.

A cart was driven onto the grass, but the rookie did not get on the motor. Instead, Young motioned for Brandon Scherff to give him a helping hand to assist him to his feet.

He then headed straight to the locker room, assisted by the shoulders of two people while walking down. He later returned to the sideline in the second half with the help of crutches.

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