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Sep 25, 2022 271 1 0 98.4 16
Sep 18, 2022 190 1 0 79.3 11
Sep 11, 2022 212 1 1 87.3 12

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2022 673 3 1 -4
2021 5316 43 12 81 2 46027.1
2020 4633 40 12 6 3 41726.1
3y Avg. 4669 36 11 40 3 39824.9
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Narrow loss to Packers

    Brady completed 31 of 42 passes for 271 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 14-12 loss to the Packers. Brady saw Tampa Bay's offense struggle for much of Sunday's contest while without his top three wideouts. Still, the 45-year-old nearly led his team back to force overtime. While a one-yard touchdown to Russell Gage with 14 seconds left put the Buccaneers on the brink, a delay of game on their subsequent two-point conversion attempt hurt Brady's comeback chances and contributed toward a narrow defeat. As he now prepares for Week 4's matchup versus Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, Brady will be eager to get top wideout Mike Evans back from suspension and will hope fellow targets Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee) can return as well.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: QBs to Sit

    Joe Flacco, Jacoby Brissett, Davis Mills, Mitch Trubisky, Geno Smith, Mac Jones and Justin Fields have more Fantasy points than Brady this year. That's staggering. Brady will turn things around, but it might not happen in Week 3 given the state of his receiving corps. Hopefully, one of Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee) can return this week, but Mike Evans is suspended after getting ejected for his altercation with Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore in Week 2 at New Orleans. With the Bucs having to rely on Russell Gage, Breshad Perriman, Scott Miller and newly signed Cole Beasley, it could be ugly once again for Brady, who should be avoided in one-quarterback leagues.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Even if you started Brady, there isn't enough imagination in the universe to see him throw three touchdowns. You can definitely buy into Tua Tagovailoa, Carson Wentz or even Derek Carr finding three touchdowns this week (albeit with some turnovers for all three). Those guys should start ahead of Brady.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Full practice, clear for Sunday

    Brady (right finger) practiced fully and doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game against the Packers. On Monday, Brady said on his "Let's Go!" podcast that he hurt the ring finger on his right throwing hand during the Buccaneers' Week 2 win at New Orleans. At the time, he noted soreness would be the primary side effect, and indeed he was seen shaking that hand numerous times during the portion of Thursday's practice open to the media, per Jenna Laine of ESPN.com. Still, Brady wasn't listed on the team's Week 3 injury report until Friday as a full participant. Brady's status thus isn't in question for Sunday, but he won't have Mike Evans (suspension) and Chris Godwin (hamstring) at his disposal, while running back Leonard Fournette (hamstring) and wide receivers Julio Jones (knee), Russell Gage (hamstring) and Breshad Perriman (knee) all are questionable to play.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Dealing with finger issue

    Brady, who was a full participant in Thursday's practice, appeared to be bothered at times by an issue with the ring finger on his throwing hand, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. Brady conceded on his "Let's Go!" podcast Monday that he'd hurt the finger against the Saints in Week 2, noting he'd "banged it up pretty good" during the contest but adding he didn't feel it affected him whatsoever during the Buccaneers' 20-10 win. However, four days later, he was spotted shaking his right hand multiple times during the portion of practice open to the media. Nevertheless, Brady is one of the few skill-position players on the team that's yet to sport an injury designation this week, and that's unlikely to change when the final injury report ahead of Sunday's Week 3 home showdown against the Packers is issued sometime Friday afternoon.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Fights through adversity in win

    Brady completed 18 of 34 passes for 190 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the Buccaneers' 20-10 win over the Saints on Sunday. He also netted minus-2 yards on three rushes and lost a fumble. Brady went into what had already been a proverbial house of horrors for him since joining the Buccaneers -- the Caesars Superdome -- short-handed at receiver with both Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee) sidelined. He then lost Mike Evans to an ejection early in the fourth quarter due to his part in a brawl, but the future Hall of Fame signal-caller managed to do his part to get Tampa Bay a tough road win. Brady's 28-yard touchdown pass down the right sideline to Breshad Perriman on a beautifully thrown ball midway through the fourth quarter snapped a 3-3 tie, and Mike Edwards subsequently lent the offense a helping hand with a 68-yard pick-six. Brady will naturally hope to have a healthier receiving corps for the Bucs' home opener next Sunday against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Tom Brady has struggled with the Saints in two years as the Buccaneers quarterback. While he does have two games with at least 23 Fantasy points over that span, he also has two outings with four points or less. This could be another bad performance for Brady with Chris Godwin (hamstring) out, and we're waiting to find out about the status of left tackle Donovan Smith (elbow) for this week. Brady is tough to bench, but he also scored just 12 Fantasy points in Week 1 when Godwin got hurt. I don't have high expectations for Brady in this matchup.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Bust Candidate (Lineup Decisions)

    If you're starting Brady, it's because you can't bring yourself to bench the GOAT. I plan on benching Brady for Carson Wentz, Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford this week.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Solid effort in Week 1 win

    Brady completed 18 of 27 passes for 212 yards with one touchdown and one interception in the Buccaneers' 19-3 win over the Cowboys on Sunday night. He also netted minus-1 yard on two rushes. It was a very modest line by Brady's typical standards, but the efficient performance was more than enough on a night when the Buccaneers defense mostly dominated a short-handed Cowboys offense. Brady also was working with offseason addition Russell Gage for the first time in a game setting and was welcoming back Chris Godwin (hamstring) in the wideout's first game after a lightning-fast recovery from a late-season ACL tear in 2021. Brady's night started off with a flourish in the form of 24- and 20-yard completions to Godwin and Mike Evans, respectively, and although too many drives ended in field goals, the future Hall of Fame quarterback closed out the scoring with a five-yard touchdown pass to Evans late in the third quarter. Given Brady missed some time due to a personal matter during training camp, there may still have been some rust to knock off Sunday night; he'll look to be even sharper in a tough Week 2 road assignment against the NFC South rival Saints, who have given the 45-year-old signal-caller plenty of trouble since he arrived in Tampa Bay.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Likely preparing for final season

    Brady will make his 22nd consecutive Week 1 start in Sunday's game against the Cowboys and is heading into what's expected to be his 23rd and final NFL season, sources with knowledge of his thinking tell Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Given Brady previously announced his retirement Feb. 1 only to announce his intentions to continue his playing career 40 days later, it's not overly surprising that he's preparing for a likely swan song in 2022. As Rapoport notes, Brady has publicly and privately stated in the past that he intends to play until age 45, and he just celebrated his 45th birthday Aug. 3. Since ending his brief retirement and signing a restructured contract with Tampa Bay, Brady has had a far from normal training camp, as he notably missed 11 days of practice while tending to a personal matter. He rejoined the Bucs on Aug. 22 and looked sharp in his lone preseason action, completing six of eight pass attempts for 44 yards in a game against the Colts five days after his return to camp. Coming off consecutive 40-touchdown campaigns with Tampa Bay and backed by a loaded receiving corps that added Russell Gage (hamstring) and Julio Jones to complement Mike Evans and Chris Godwin (knee), Brady looks like a strong fantasy option in 2022, though not one without some risk. In addition to his age being a concern, Brady no longer has tight end Rob Gronkowski at his disposal, and the Bucs' offensive line suffered major personnel losses with the retirement of standout guard Ali Marpet and the loss of center Ryan Jensen to a season-ending knee injury.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Sharp in brief action

    Brady completed six of eight passes for 44 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions in the Buccaneers' 27-10 preseason loss to the Colts on Saturday night. Brady was in for just one series but got plenty of work during it, including a 20-yard completion to Julio Jones, his first official in-game connection with the veteran receiver. The future Hall of Fame signal-caller managed to help the Buccaneers get down to the Colts' 12-yard line before Ryan Succop capped off the drive with a 30-yard field goal. Following a recent 11-day sabbatical from the team for personal reasons, Brady reportedly put together several strong practices and then got a taste of live action Saturday, so he should be ready to roll for a Week 1 Sunday night showdown against the Cowboys on Sept. 11.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: In line to play Saturday

    With coach Todd Bowles relaying that the Buccaneers plan to use their healthy players in Saturday's preseason game against the Colts, Brady is in line to start the contest, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Per Stroud, the Bucs are looking to get Brady some game action behind the team's offensive line ahead of Week 1. While it's uncertain how long the veteran QB will be out there Saturday, once Brady exits the game, Blaine Gabbert and Kyle Trask also figure to see signal-caller snaps for Tampa Bay.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Sharp in first practice back

    Brady threw the ball well during his first practice Monday following an 11-day sabbatical from the Buccaneers, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. Brady jumped right back into drills Monday and apparently looked like he hadn't missed a beat, with veteran tight end Cameron Brate noting the future Hall of Famer was "kind of firing on all cylinders again." Brady's knowledge of the offense is such that a brief time away shouldn't have any tangible effect on his regular-season readiness, and his Monday return notably coincided with Mike Evans' first practice since an Aug. 5 hamstring injury, as well as Chris Godwin's (knee) debut in 11-on-11 drills.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Back with teammates

    Brady (personal) rejoined the Buccaneers on Monday and is expected to practice, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. Brady was away from the team for about two weeks for personal reasons, with the Bucs approving his absence. It's unclear if he'll play in the team's preseason finale Saturday at Indianapolis, but he'll be out there Week 1 at Dallas. The bigger question right now is which wide receivers he'll have available, as Chris Godwin is working back from a torn ACL while Mike Evans (hamstring) and Russell Gage (leg) are dealing with lesser injuries.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Set to rejoin team soon

    Coach Todd Bowles indicated Sunday that Brady (personal) will return to the Buccaneers early this coming week, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports. Brady stepped away from the team earlier this month for personal reasons, but it appears as though the veteran QB will return to the field soon, a context that gives him ample time to prepare for Tampa Bay's season opener against Dallas.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: May not be back Monday

    Coach Todd Bowles said Thursday that he doesn't have a "definitive date" for Brady (personal) rejoining the team but isn't concerned about it, ESPN.com's Jenna Laine reports. Bowles previously said he expected Brady to return after the team's second preseason game this Saturday against the Titans. The coach isn't necessarily backtracking but didn't want to give an exact date, saying he'd discuss it next week after the exhibition. The Bucs have approved Brady's absence from most of training camp, granting him permission to remain away from the team for personal reasons.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Away for personal reasons

    Coach Todd Bowles said that Brady will remain away from the team for personal reasons until after Tampa Bay's preseason matchup against the Titans on Aug. 20, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Bowles confirmed that Brady's absence is due to personal reasons when asked if the veteran was dealing with any health issues, per Jenna Laine of ESPN.com, and he noted that the matter was discussed before the start of training camp. Until Brady's return, quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert, Kyle Trask and Ryan Griffin will lead Tampa Bay's offense. As Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports, Bowles only committed to saying his confidence is "pretty high" that Brady will start in Week 1, so this is a situation fantasy managers will need to monitor.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Returns to practice Saturday

    Brady was back in practice Saturday after being absent for the Buccaneers' last two training camp sessions, Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Brady had Wednesday's practice off due to his birthday, and he'd been excused from Friday's session for personal reasons. However, the future Hall of Famer was back on the field and participating in full Saturday, throwing a pair of touchdown passes to Tyler Johnson and Scotty Miller in a red-zone drill and also continuing to build impressive chemistry with newcomer Russell Gage, according to Brianna Dix of the team's official site.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Won't play in preseason opener

    Brady and some of the Buccaneers' other starters will be held out of the team's Aug. 13 preseason opener against the Dolphins, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. Brady didn't play in the 2020 preseason but then attempted 16 passes in two games in his second year with Tampa Bay in 2021. His 2022 projection has gotten a bit better in recent weeks with Chris Godwin (knee) avoiding the PUP list to start training camp and with the Bucs signing Julio Jones shortly thereafter. Blaine Gabbert likely will start at quarterback in Tampa's preseason opener.
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  • Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Finally past MCL issue

    Brady noted Wednesday that he feels his left knee is finally back to full health after the MCL surgery he underwent in June 2021, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Brady originally suffered an MCL tear in the knee back in 2019 while still with the Patriots, but he never addressed the issue that following offseason due to his belief the injury would heal on its own. That led to the future Hall of Famer playing his 2020 debut, Super Bowl-winning campaign with the Buccaneers while managing the injury, and the knee reportedly still didn't feel all the way back to full strength throughout last season after the surgery. Consequently, Brady notes this offseason has been the first time he's felt unrestricted with respect to his leg in three years, which has allowed him to engage in sprint work for his mobility and other similar workouts that weren't possible before.
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