Tom Brady seemed to think that 4th down play was 3rd down
It seems Tom Brady traded in his memory for that warm Florida weather.
CHICAGO – It seems Tom Brady traded in his memory for that warm Florida weather.
In Brady’s 21-year career, he has orchestrated 59 game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime, the most by any NFL quarterback since the AFL merger.
But that wasn’t the case during Thursday night’s matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears.
On fourth-and-6 with 38 seconds left in the game, Brady failed to connect with tight end Cameron Brate.
After Brady’s last pass was ruled incomplete he flashed four fingers and appeared confused that the last play was on 4th down rather than 3rd down.
Brady went over to the bench and slammed his helmet repeatedly into the ground in frustration before jogging off the field as the Bears ran out the clock to win the game 20-19.