Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady threw a pair of touchdown passes in the final three minutes Monday night to help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rally from a 13-point deficit and beat the New Orleans Saints 17-16.
Clearly frustrated and on the verge of being held without a TD pass at home by the Saints for the third straight season, Brady led scoring drives of 91 and 63 yards and the Bucs (6-6) back to .500, tightening the team’s grip on first place in the weak NFC South.
“We’ve had a lot of games come down to the end,” Brady said. “Some we’ve won, some we’ve lost, which is why we’re 6-6. It’s not where we want to be, but we’ll keep fighting.”
Monday Night Football: Tom Brady leads Bucs to unlikely, last-second comeback win over Saints. https://t.co/2yiNPrjLml
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Tom Brady isn’t the player he has been for decades, obviously. But he’s still the greatest QB ever. And at age 45, he’s still adding to his legacy with game-winning drives like Monday night. https://t.co/2J6BZr9Yd6
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