Los Angeles Rams had a heartbreaking loss in the final to Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 16-13
The Rams had to face a crushing defeat to the Buccaneers on Sunday, 16-13, in the 9th Week of NFL. Tom Brady’s 55 career game-winning drive(60yards) on six plays during the match’s ending moment lead the Bucs 16-13 last night. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers outscored LA 10-0 in the fourth quarter.
The entire final drive for the #Bucs in Brady's comeback win over the #Rams pic.twitter.com/hwVBF3R2Gu— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 7, 2022
The Match Highlights
The Bucs tight end Cade Otton got a one-yard score pass from Tom Brady on six plays during the end seconds of the game, conveying a disastrous and stunning defeat to a Rams squad that was four yards from getting back to the .500 mark.
Tom Brady finished the 55th career game-dominating drive, taking the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 60 yards on six plays with nine seconds left. An exorbitant passing interference penalty on cornerback Derion Kendrick in the end zone put the Bucs on the Rams’ one-yard line, setting up Otton’s triumphant catch.
On Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ second-to-last possession, Jalen Ramsey gave a pass planned for wide receiver Mike Evans in the closing zone on fourth and goal with under two minutes to go. The Rams broke out four-yard shorts on a first down and punted on the ensuing possession.
Tom Braddy finished a 28-yard pass to Otton, then, at that point, found wide receiver Scotty Miller on a 14 yards pass. After one more short pass to Miller put the Bucs into the red zone, Kendrick’s pass-impedance penalty set up Otton’s triumphant reception.
The Rams receiver Cooper Kupp has flourished in games against Tampa Bay, and he made another significant play when he got a mid-range pass from Matthew Stafford and transformed it into a 69 yards touchdown.
The Rams exercised a substantial defense in most of the match, holding the Buccaneers to three field goals before the last-minute touchdown. Brady finished 36 of 58 endeavors for 280 yards and a touchdown. He became the first player to record 10,000 passing yards in his storied career.
Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford associated on 13 of 27 passes for 165 yards and a score. Cooper Kupp got done with 127 yards and a touchdown.
Brutal one for the Rams.— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) November 7, 2022
Bucs outscore LA 10-0 in the 4th quarter. pic.twitter.com/CUTWTo0o9f
Tom Braddy, the Hero of The Match
Tom Brady obscured 100,000 yards passing in the regular season and playoffs during a drive that finished with Ryan Succop’s 50 yards field goal.
The goal covered a 12-play drive, maintaining the Buccaneers inside striking distance.
During the 12th play drive, Tom Braddy has finished passes from six different receivers and completed 25-42 passes for 175yards.