The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continued their strong start to the season by beating the Philadelphia Eagles 28-22 on Thursday at the Lincoln Financial Field.
The Florida structure holds a 5-1 record and tops the Southern division nationally.
Once again, quarterback Tom Brady did his job brilliantly. The 44-year-old completed 34 of his 42 relays, for a profit of 297 passing yards. He also has two stains in the rival end zone, one is the tight end from OJ Howard and the other is wide receiver Antonio Brown. The second, with nine catches for 93 yards, was also Pivot’s favorite goal. Brady made just one mistake when he was caught late in the second quarter.
Leonard Fornet’s run back also recorded two majors, reaching 81 yards and helping the visitors cause by hitting the ball 22 times. He also added 46 air yards.
In terms of crowd favorites, Hub Jalen Hurts struggled with his passes, witnessing 12 successful surrenders in 26 attempts, 115 yards. He also threw for a Major and was interrupted. Hurts excelled on the field, however, with 10 yards for 44 yards and two touchdowns.