On the latest episode of his "Let's Go! " podcast, Brady criticized his team's lack of effort, emphasizing the need to eliminate their self-inflicted errors to avoid a mediocre performance. Looking ahead to Sunday, the Buccaneers have little margin for error if they come out lackluster on offense. They are up against a young, long, energetic defense that will be amped to play against the GOAT on this international stage. Otton should continue to be a prime target for Brady after leading the team in receiving yards (68) and scoring the game-winning touchdown last week. The matchup between Mike Evans and Woolen, one of the best defenders in coverage this season, will be fun to watch.
Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: How to watch, listen to and live streamHere's how you can watch, listen to and live stream the Rams at Buccaneers Week 9 regular season game on Sunday, Nov. 6. MATCHUPThe Rams (3-4) look to get back on the winning track in Week 9 with a trip to Tampa Bay to take on the Buccaneers (3-5). Kickoff from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. on Sunday, November 6, 2022 is scheduled for 1:25 p. m. pacific time on CBS. Including the playoffs, Sunday's game will mark the 29th all-time meeting between the two teams, with the 49ers leading the series 19-9. The Rams won the last meeting 30-27 on January 23, 2022 at Raymond James Stadium in the Divisional Round of the playoffs.
Running the ball continues to be an issue for the Buccaneers, who managed 51 rushing yards on 20 attempts (2. 6 ypc). The defense got to Matthew Stafford four times, held the Rams to 206 total yards and nine first downs (they went 4-for-15 on third down), and, most importantly, forced a critical three-and-out late in the fourth to set up the game-winning drive. Even though Tampa Bay is a game below. 500, the Buccaneers currently lead the mediocre NFC South while Seattle is two games in the win column ahead of San Francisco for the top spot in the NFC West. So the first regular-season game played in Germany is between a pair of division leaders.
NFL International Series: Seattle (6-3) vs. Tampa Bay (4-5)Kickoff: Sunday, Nov. 13 at 9:30 a. m. ETWhere: Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany)TV: NFL NetworkLive Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)Spread: Buccaneers -2. 5Tickets: As low as $400 on SITickets. com* Three Things to Watch1. Can the Seahawks' defense make it five straight strong performances? The last four games have resulted in major strides being taken by the Seattle defense. They have allowed the fewest yards per play and the second-lowest QBR in the NFL during their current four-game winning streak. This unit also has taken it to another level when it comes to playmaking, as evidenced by the volume of sacks and takeaways.
Brady has other targets to throw to, but this offense is at its best when Evan and fellow wideout Chris Godwin are heavily involved. Woolen and the other defensive backs probably won't be able to completely shut down the Bucs' passing attack, but the focus will be on limiting the explosive plays, especially if running the ball continues to be a challenge for Tampa.
Seattle offensive coordinator Shane Waldron needs to give Walker his touches early but also stay patient if he's not breaking off big gains. Smith needs to get rid of the ball quickly to offset an aggressive pass rush, and he also must take care of the ball, both when he's in the pocket or when he decides to throw it. The Buccaneers' secondary is slowly getting back to full strength, which makes it even more important for Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf to create separation and find a way to make plays.
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