Buccaneers: Week seven spoiler alert vs. Chicago Bears

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) /

The 5-1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the 3-3 Chicago Bears for their week seven matchup. Here is how the game will go for the Buccaneers.

We are back with another spoiler article for how this week’s game will go for our beloved Bucs. Now, as per usual, someone may use this information to try and change the future, so be warned of any potential time-travel shenanigans. In any event, here is your official spoiler alert. This is how the Buccaneers game against the Bears will play out. Spoilers ahead.

There was a lot of attention brought to the fact that the game between the Buccaneers and New England Patriots a couple of weeks ago was the most hyped regular-season game of all time due to the ultimate “revenge game” factor for Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. Well, that was a two-way street for the two legends, and the game played out that way.

Make no mistake, this game against the Bears is a one-way street for Tom Brady and the Bucs.

The Bears beat the Buccaneers last season, and Brady was memed into oblivion by not realizing the game-sealing play was actually fourth down. Brady, the most competitive human on the planet, will be out for blood and should pick apart this Bears defense.

Elsewhere, Vita Vea will have revenge on his mind as well. Remember, this was the team where Vea suffered his injury that ended his regular season in 2020. Vea has been a one-man wrecking crew, yet only has one total sack to his name this season, coming in the form of two 0.5 sacks. He’ll get his first solo sack. Shaquil Barrett will also benefit from Vea’s vengeance-fueled dominance, also registering a sack after chasing Jalen Hurts around all night last Thursday without getting a sack.

Despite the Buccaneers playing without Rob Gronkowski, Antonio Brown, Lavonte David or Richard Sherman, and Jason Pierre-Paul banged up (not to mention the secondary), the Buccaneers should win comfortably. The final score will be 34-20 in favor of the Buccaneers. You’ve been spoiled, do with this information what you will.

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