NFL ROUND-UP: Tom Brady stars in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in his first win since the historic 2002 … while the Buffalo Bills survived Hail Mary to defeat the Indianapolis Colts to claim their first post-season win in 25 years
- The first three-legged match of the NFL Reliance Games was held on Saturday
- Tom Brady inspired the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their first win since 2002
- Brady threw 381 yards and two touchdowns in a 31–23 win over Washington
- Buffalo Bills won their first game since 1995 in front of 6,700 fans
- Josh Allen played the title role as Beals retained a 27-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts
- The Los Angeles Rams beat the Seattle Seahawks 30-20 in the second match today
His first three-header match in NFL matches wildcard on Saturday saw Tom Brady extend his post-season winning streak to 31 with a 31-23 win for Tampa Bay in Washington.
Brady was the key for New England to win six Super Bowls and nine in total, and now he led the Pirates to their first playoff win since their 2002 career to the NFL title.
Brady shot 381 yards and two touchdowns at the start of the 42nd season and the first time he did not wear a New England costume.
Tom Brady starred in the NFL playoffs again this time for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The midfielder threw 381 yards and two touchdowns in a 31–23 win over Washington
He used all his weapons well, from receivers Mike Evans, Antonio Brown and Chris Goodwin to a tight end by Cameron Pratt and back-to-back Leonard Fortnite.
But the Tampa Bay defense became leaky, and Taylor Heinek of Washington, in his second professional start in place of injured rookie Alex Smith, ran 46 yards and down and threw 306 yards and 1 point.
In the end, it was another victory for Brady.
The little-known Washington midfielder, Taylor Hayek, excelled in defeat for his team
“He is a fighter, he plays hard, works hard and studies hard – and he’s the man for the job,” Fortnite said of the legendary midfielder.
Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills had one of those Brady collected victories – they even figured out how to stop Hail Mary.
The Bills ended a post-season losing slump in their last six games with a 27-24 win on Saturday against Indianapolis. The previous victory was over Miami in December 1995.
This came in the first playoff match at Beals Stadium in 24 years, with a limited number of 6,700 fans attending for the first time this season.
The Buffalo Bills won their first playoff game in 25 years against Indianapolis Colts
Josh Allen threw two touchdown passes, scored another lunge, and Mika Hyde hit a desperate pass for Philip Rivers to end the game. Buffalo will host a match from the AFC Team Tour.
“It doesn’t matter how it looks,” Allen said. It’s the playoffs. It’s a win or go home and we’ve done it. We have to shift our focus to anyone we have next week.
In Buffalo’s last loss before winning its next six matches and the coronation in East Asia, Hyde was one of three defenders who failed to drop the ball.
DeAndre Hopkins jumped 43 yards on Kyler Murray’s hopeless throw – “Hail Murray” – winning an Arizona game. I learned the bills from him, and Philip River’s crowd at TY Hilton wasn’t complete.
Josh Allen (left) mingled well with Stephon Digges (center) with 6,700 supporters
“It’s been a long time since the Bills Mafia was able to celebrate like this,” Allen said. “But it is one game.”
In the second game of the night, Los Angeles rocked Russell Wilson and dominated although he was not unanimous defensive tackle for Aaron Donald for most of the second half of the 30-20 win in Seattle.
The selection of 6 Darious Williams was a major contributor, as were five bags overall by the team, including two from Donald.
Darious Williams starred in the Los Angeles Rams in their 30-20 win over the Seattle Seahawks
“A lot of the men came up and answered the bell in a big way,” said Rams coach Sean McVeigh. “Gruce Williams appeared, I thought that was a huge momentum shift for us.”
Cam Akers nudged 131 yards and touched down, and Jared Goff, despite shaking parts of the game, replaced injured midfielder John Wolford early and avoided big mistakes.
Less than two weeks after undergoing surgery on his right thumb, Juve was crowned victory with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Robert Woods.
‘I think it was really just an atom. McVeigh said of Wolford: He definitely looked good.