In the wake of back-to-back losses, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and his teammates travel to Arizona to face the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night. Following last week’s embarrassing loss to the San Francisco 49ers, the Bucs lost last Sunday’s game to the Cincinnati Bengals by a score of 34-23.
“It’ll be a new experience that I’ve never had before that I’m gonna learn how to deal with. And I think that’s what life’s about,” Brady said during a SiriusXM podcast “Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray”.
With Brady also dealing with both on-field and off-field difficulties, the Bucs will be desperate to get back to winning ways amid a topsy-turvy season.
After weeks of speculation, the 45-year-old quarterback and supermodel Gisele Bundchen finalized their divorce in October. Besides Brady’s 15-year-old son Jack who lives with his mother, actress Bridget Moynahan, in New York, they have two children together — a nine-year-old daughter Vivian Lake and a 12-year-old son Benjamin Rein.
With the Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams playing on Christmas Sunday, only eight NFL teams are yet to play on December 25 — the 49ers, Bills, Commanders, Falcons, Jaguars, Panthers, Patriots, and Seahawks.
During his time as a Cowboys assistant in 2006, Todd Bowles lost to the Eagles on Christmas at home. He claimed his team knew how to focus for three hours on winning a game.
Meanwhile, Brady said it was his fault that the Buccaneers lost their latest game against the Titans as their record fell to 6-8, which is the first time he lost eight games as a starter in one season.
“Rough day. Man, losing sucks,” Brady added on his podcast.
“That’s just the reality. There’s not a lot of explanation. Unfortunately, I’ve had to do too much of it this year, so I’m just learning from it and trying to be better. You can’t win when the quarterback turns it over four times, and that’s on me. That’s how I feel.”
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