The Tampa Bay Buccaneers host their division rival, the Atlanta Falcons, for their week five tilt. Here’s how the game will go for the Buccaneers.
In case you haven’t heard, Tom Brady has unfortunately been in the news for things not exactly pertaining to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That’s all we’ll say about that because as far as the Buccaneers are concerned, they still have the GOAT at quarterback, and an offense that is suddenly getting increasingly healthy.
Mike Evans is BACK back from his suspension and hasn’t shown any signs of rust, and Chris Godwin is another week closer to getting back to his old self, with a chance to even get there this week. The Bucs opponents this week our their division rival Atlanta Falcons, who are honestly looking like the second best team in the NFC South, which is something nobody saw coming. Here is your official spoiler alert for this this division game will go. You’ve been warned.
The Falcons are honestly the perfect opponent for Brady and the Bucs to get back into the swing of things, and swing those things will.
Brady should have a big day, with help from the ground game of Leonard Fournette, as well as Rachaad White, who will see his role continue to progressively expand. As for the defense, this game will be a breath of fresh air after running into the buzzsaw that was the Kansas City Chiefs. Marcus Mariota will struggle against the still solid Buccaneers defense, especially without Kyle Putts, taking pressure off the Buccaneers offense.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers should defeat the Atlanta Falcons by a score of 27-13 in a game not nearly as close as the score indicates. As a result, Tom Brady stays undefeated against the Atlanta Falcons. There is your spoiler, do with this information what you will.