Should Tom Brady and the Buccaneers be concerned about their sputtering offence and nasty loss.
As far as indications go, Tom Brady literally running out of time as he makes a last-ditch comeback is pretty obvious.Brady led one of those classic TB12 fourth-quarter
drives that brought the Buccaneers all the way down to the edge of Green Bay's goal line with 3:04 left in the game, down 14-6, and beginning at his own 11-yard line.
The two-point convert for the Bucs resulted in a humiliating delay-of-game penalty.Brady's desperate push to Gage was tipped by linebacker De'Vondre Campbell
after a reasonable 2 yards to tie the game turned into an impractical 7. Brady was bitten by the clock, and the Buccaneers fell short 14–12.
What kind of concern should 2-1 Tampa Bay have then? Not much, at least not yet.
With three offensive touchdowns total this season, one in each of its three games, Tampa Bay has struggled to find its offensive identity.
Brady remarked, keeping both his tone and his meaning neutral, "We've just got to do a better job."
The squad is also struggling with a string of receiving losses, either due to injury (Chris Godwin, Julio Jones), or suspension (Mike Evans).
The Bucs' defence is fourth in yards allowed per game (289) and leads the NFL in points allowed (9 per game).
"We're 2-1. We'll keep practicing because there's still a lot of football to play, Brady said. "Neither should we or anyone else feel sorry for us. Just have to return to work.