Tom Brady is free to be called the greatest defender of all time. His brief distribution is a seven-time Super Bowl champion, a five-time Super Bowl MVP and a 15-time Pro Bowler. This is just an excerpt from the famous first ballot in the Hall of Fame. When he qualifies for the Hall of Fame depends on when he decides to hang it, because just when you think he’s retiring, he doesn’t. And why should he retire if he can still play at the level he’s playing. There is at least one more crack for the Cowboys Nation, giving the living legend their first loss to the Cowboys team.
Giving the biggest loss of all time is much easier said than done. He wouldn’t have all those nicknames and recognitions if he wasn’t as good as he is. Although Dallas has not beaten Brady, half of those six matches scored less than one. One of them happened just last season when Dallas was two points behind. Dallas took the lead, but left too much time for Brady, and as many times before, the “comeback” took his team to the goal at the last second to win the game.
Speaking of last year’s game, if it weren’t for former kicker Greg Zuerlin’s bad night at the office, the conversation would be controversial, as Dallas could have beaten Brady and Buccaneers last year. Unfortunately, “would” doesn’t match reality, and the record books show another loss of Cowboys against Tom Brady.
Not everything should be blamed for Zuerle’s three strikes, but he certainly feels it was his own doing. To the credit where the credit belongs, it belonged to him, and that’s what you want from someone who had a bad game, as you can see from this quote from Tim Daniels in the Bleacher Report:
“When I’m out, I should hit. No excuses. … I know we played well enough to win. If I do my job, we’ll win this game. I’m sorry about the guys who played their ass, and I didn’t resist the end of my deal.If a team that’s good returns every player after winning a Super Bowl, and we’re there, I just have to do my job.
The 60-yard gate is his choice, but it’s still a difficult question. Hitting Zuerlin’s blows certainly didn’t help the cause, but Tampa Bay’s bait traps dominated Dallas, which is not surprising given the weapons Brady had at his disposal. Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown and Rob Gronkowski all played well. Mike Evans had a free night and didn’t even need it to win a Tampa Bay win. So it was an attack in last year’s game.
From Cowboys’ perspective, it’s not a good look if Tom Brady wasn’t fired throughout the game. However, not everything was bad for the defense, as Brady was shot down twice, but allowing almost 400 yards into the air is not a recipe for success against any opponent’s defender, let alone Tom Brady.
During his career against Dallas, Brady has 14 touchdowns, just four innings, and an average of nearly 289 yards. His pass rating against Dallas is just under 96 and anything over 95 is considered a great defender. A great quarterback and Tom Brady fit together like peanut butter and jelly. Believe it or not, the Cowboys hit an average of 2.5 bags against Brady in the game, but none of them came in last year’s game.
Sacks are very important to Tom Brady.
Everyone knows that Brady is not exactly a pedestrian, so taking him out of his place and rhythm will help Dallas win. In Dallas, there are Micah Parsons and DeMarcus Lawrence, who, as we have seen recently, are discussing leading their hunger in bags. Healthy competition is always good and for Brady it can be a long game.
Cowboys Defense Coordinator Dan Quinn can do his job just like any defense coordinator when faced with the choice of weapons to use with Tom Brady and the Buccaneers attack. But if anyone is up to the task, it’s Quinn.
He’s one of the best defenders in the game today, and with guys like Lawrence, Parsons and Jayron Kearse at his disposal, there’s a good chance Dallas will beat Brady and the team to start the 2022 NFL season. . Finally, we trust Dan Quinn.
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