By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Tom Brady likes playing in International games. He has remained perfect in these games.
The 45-year-old signal-called guided his Tampa Bay Buccaneers squad to a 21-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks at Allianz Arena. This was the NFL’s first regular season game in Germany.
Brady is 4-0 in International games. He is the first player in league history to win games in the United States, London, Mexico, and now Germany.
This was the Buccaneers’ (5-5) first International game win. They were previously 0-3, as they were defeated in their London games in 2009, 2011, and 2019.
Tampa Bay has now won two straight games.
The Seahawks (6-4) fell to 1-1 in International games. Their lone win came during the 2018 season when they defeated the Oakland Raiders in London.
Seattle has fallen to 4-2 since October 1st. They had won four straight games coming into this game in Germany.
Brady went 22 of 29 for 258 yards. He also had two touchdown passes and an interception.
Rookie Rachaad White led the backs with 22 carries for 105 yards. He became the featured back when Leonard Fournette went out with a hip pointer injury.
This was White’s best game of his rookie season thus far with the aforementioned 105 rushing yards.
Chris Godwin had seven for 71 yards and a touchdown.
Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith went 23 of 33 for 275 yards. He had two touchdown passes.
Smith also led the team in rushing with four carries for 22 yards. D.K. Metcalf also had six receptions for 71 yards.
Seattle outscored Tampa Bay 16-7 in the second half. Smith hit Tyler Lockett for a 21-yard touchdown reception. Following this touchdown, the Seahawks did not convert on a two-point conversion.
Smith also hit Marquise Goodwin for a 19-yard touchdown reception. Jason Myers made a 55-yard field goal.
Godwin scored the lone second-half points for the Bucs. Brady hit Godwin for a four-yard touchdown pass.
The Buccaneers led 14-0 at halftime. Brady hit Julio Jones for a 31-yard touchdown pass.
Fournette also scored on a 1-yard rushing touchdown before leaving the game.© 2007-2022 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.