“You Can’t Score if You Turn the Ball Over”: Tom Brady Clearly States Chris Godwin and Mike Evans’ Numbers Need to Improve With Playoff Berth Hanging in the Balance

Published 11/24/2022, 7:30 AM EST

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The first half of the NFL season is history with Tom Brady running for the Buccaneers. The franchise saw the rise with back-to-back wins recently. However, they also went through constant losses that shambled their momentum. They need to pick wins, as their playoff contention is on a cliffhanger. The QB1 sent a directive to Chris Godwin and Mike Evans to amp up their numbers for the upcoming games.

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On Wednesday, Tom Brady showed up for the press conference ahead of their Week 12 game against the Browns. While talking about a horde of topics, Brady also spoke on the offensive stance; Especially Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, who may have to amp up their numbers.

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Tom Brady wants the absolute best from the offensive side

Tom Brady mentioned, “Everyone’s got to figure out how to produce and add to that kind of yardage total. Ultimately, it comes down to third down scoring points in a red area, and that’s where you see numbers pick up and turnovers you can’t score if you turn the ball over. So that’s why it’s a team game. It’s the ultimate team game.”

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“The better you run it, the less pressure it puts on the pass game if you’re not running it then you got to throw for 400. Well, that’s hard to do. It’s hard to throw for 400. But we’re going to a place that has inclement weather. We’re going to have to run it well.”

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The Bucs’ game against the Browns is important. The win could place them in playoff contention from the NFC South division. Tampa Bay is leading the division, but the Falcons are trailing behind for the number 1 spot.

Is the Bucs-Browns game in jeopardy?

The Browns would host the Buccaneers at the FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. However, the venue ran through some problems ahead of the Week 12 game. An unidentified individual vandalized the turf. The venue sustained damages after the individual drove a cart over the pitch.

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The News 5 Cleveland captured the stadium’s harm from a helicopter. The images show tire tracks that cover nearly half of the field. As per ESPN, the Browns are repairing damage to their pitch within FirstEnergy Stadium. In addition, the Cleveland Police Department is looking into the incident as a break-in. The individual appears to have hopped a fence and driven around in a golf cart.

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The team is optimistic that they will patch the destruction in time for the matchup on Sunday.

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Pavitra Shome

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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He began writing while working for an online news portal and holds a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Although Pavitra enjoys watching WWE, Gronk and Brady turned him into an NFL aficionado.
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