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Brady, Buccaneers’ offense a nightmare, says Rams head TB12 to work on big throws

On Thursday, Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley discussed Tampa Bay Buccaneers veteran quarterback Tom Brady during his media conference ahead of their Monday Night Football (MNF) clash at Raymond James Stadium. Staley was asked about his experience on facing the 43-year-old Brady when he was outside linebackers coach of the Chicago Bears in 2018. Staley drew laughs from reporters when he responded “stressful”, saying it’s hard to face Brady because he’s very familiar with the New England Patriots system. Now, it’s Rams head coach Sean McVay’s turn to discuss the Buccaneers, particularly Brady and the star-studded offense that surrounds him. In an article by Cameron DaSilva of USA Today, McVay said it will be a great challenge to face a player as great and accomplished as Brady, especially with the weapons surrounding him. McVay was referring to Pro Bowl receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, veteran wideout Antoni Brown and tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Cameron Brate. Aside from the passing game, McVay said the Rams would also have to deal with the Buccaneers’ running game, led by Ronald Jones and Leonard Fournette. “So from a personnel standpoint, when you look at their line, all the skill players, and then Tom Brady leading the way, it is a nightmare,” said McVay. In addition to the Buccaneers’ offense, McVay said Tampa Bay also has a great defense and very competitive on special teams. The Buccaneers and the Rams are both trying to keep pace with the New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks in their respective divisions, The Buccaneers are 7-3 while the Rams are 6-3, both good for second in the NFC South and NFC West, respectively....Read more


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