Buccaneers: Tom Brady can’t hide disappointment after loss

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images) /

Tom Brady has been dominant during his time with the Buccaneers, but even those who win as much as the GOAT have a hard time after tough losses.

Tom Brady is the greatest football player of all time. After just one season with the Buccaneers, Brady has likely put his legacy far out of reach for anyone ever to catch him at this point, but he didn’t stop there.

Despite accomplishing everything possible and then some during his career, Brady didn’t let that stop him. The GOAT came into his second season in Tampa focused and ready to compete for another Super Bowl, and the Bucs started the season locked-in as a result.

Unfortunately, the Buccaneers are currently 6-3 and trying to recover their identity due to injuries and some hyper-conservative play-calling. The loss against the Saints to move to 6-2 hurt, but it wasn’t the end of the world. That Saints team still had plenty of talent and a great head coach, but the Bucs were going to be ready to beat Washington after the bye.

At least, they should have been ready.

Brady and the Buccaneers came out flat against an inferior Washington team, and now the Bucs have two losses in their last two games.

After the game, Brady didn’t hide his feelings. During the entirety of his postgame interview Tweeted out by Jenna Laine, Brady was short and didn’t give many answers that were more than a few words.

For a player that is usually so talkative and has been defined by his humor in recent seasons, this is not a great look from the GOAT. Everyone loses, and no one likes to lose, but moments like this stand out when almost every other interaction on video is so different.

Multiple losses in a row aren’t fun for anyone, but hopefully, Brady can find a way to show his vast knowledge of the game in the future after losses, especially when he has so much he can contribute.

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