The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense had a spectacular game during their visit to Caesars Superdome to face the New Orleans Saints and managed to get five turnovers and six sacks while posting a 20-10 scoreboard.
The Todd Bowles coached defense managed to get five turnovers on the home team, due to three interceptions and two fumbles, all of which came in the second half.
Tom Brady wanted to win against the Saints in regular season
Tom Brady managed to get his first regular season win against the New Orleans Saints since joining the Buccaneers a couple of seasons ago.
But the game wasn’t as easy as the scoreboard might show, as Tom Brady was vissibly frustrated during this game, screaming at the referees, his teammates and even throwing his helmet and tablet furiously on the ground.
The game was pretty close before a fight broke out on the field
After what Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers believed to be a missed defensive pass interference call by the officials, Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore and Tom Brady got into a verbal exchange, followed by Leonard Fournette coming up to Lattimore and placing his hands on him in an effort to defend his quarterback.
But all hell broke loose after Mike Evans saw the arguement and decided to bull rush and tackle Lattimore into the ground, and at that moment more players got involved in the scuffle, that ended with both Evans and Lattimore disqualified from the game.
The game momentum shifted immediately after towards the Bucs, who then went on to score 17 unanswered points to seal the win, despite missing their top receivers.