The ‘Brady’ mood erupts as the pirates set off slithering in the face of the saints

NEW ORLEANS (Associated Press) – Tom Brady helped spark a skirmish that led to Marshawn Lattimore’s dismissal and Saints future pirate Mike Evans, then threw a touchdown pass to Prishad Berryman that helped lift Tampa Bay to a 20-10 win over New Orleans on Sunday.

Brady, who lost four straight regular season encounters with the Saints, struggled again in the first three quarters of this latest test-fraught encounter between the NFC South rivals.

Brady’s frustration was evident when he was The camera caught her throwing a tablet In the bench area.

And after an incomplete pass for the third down early in the fourth quarter, Brady was yelling at Latimore when Leonard Fournette came into the fray and pushed the Saints’ cornerback. Lattimore responded with a Fortnite shot, and Evans thrust and hit Lattimore to the ground – Just like he did in the 2017 match between these teams.

Evans was fired, because it was five seasons ago. But this time, it was Lattimore.

With Paulson Adepo out with an ankle injury, Lattimore’s dismissal left the Saints without two backs ahead in the corner – and Brady seized the opportunity.

In the next series from Tampa Bay, Brady walked the Bucs (2-0) to New Orleans 28 and then hit Perriman in the back right corner of the end zone to make it 10-3.

The Boss defense then crushed the Saints’ comeback attempt by intercepting James Winston three times in the last 12 minutes. Jamal Dean made the first two selections – one on a deep pass assigned to rookie Chris Olaf at the goal line. Later, safety Mike Edwards returned an interception near the right sideline 68 yards for the touchdown to make it 20-3.

Brady finished 18 of 34 for 190 yards and the only TD.

Winston, who was restricted in practice due to a back injury, completed 25 of 40 passes for 236 yards and one late TD throw to Michael Thomas.

Tampa Bay didn’t score until Ryan Succop scored a 47-yard field goal with 3:09 left in the third quarter to tie it 3-3.

The Saints (1-1) were threatening to regain the lead in the next possession, but safety Logan Ryan hit the ball without returning Mark Ingram to the Pirates 10, and fullback Karl Nessib recovered.

The Saints took their opening kick-off and quickly drove into the 20 buck, only to stop and stabilize on Will Lutz’s 31-yard field goal.

This lead held up throughout the first half as Tampa Bay missed two scoring chances. The snap Brady fumbled in third and short of New Orleans 34 finished one ride.

The Bucs also failed for 4th and 1st of the New Orleans 8 when Karl Granderson smashed his Fortnite run.

injuries

The Pirates: A defensive tackle Akeem Hicks left the match in the second quarter with a foot injury and left reserve Josh Wells, who was starting with Donovan Smith (elbow), also left in the second quarter with a calf injury. Receiver Julio Jones was scratched before the match with a knee injury.

Saints: Alvin Camara’s back was inactive due to a rib injury.

next one

Pirates: Host Green Bay on September 25th.

Saints: Visit Carolina on September 25th.