The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were dominated and shut out at home Sunday night vs the New Orleans Saints, 9-0. In a game dominated by defense, Brady turned the ball over twice, including a 4th quarter interception. Following his interception, Brady threw something else on the sidelines; a tablet.

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers were shut out at home for the first time during his tenure in Tampa. It was only the third time in Tom Brady’s career that he has ever been shut out.

It was very frustrating for Brady and the entire Buccaneers offense. In the first half, the Bucs lost Pro Bowl wide receiver Chris Godwin to an MCL injury. He went over the middle and caught a pass but was tackled low. He came down head over heels awkardly. Despite walking off under his own power, he limped along the sideline before heading to the locker room. He did not return.

Later in the first half, the other Pro Bowl wide receiver, Mike Evans, left the game with a hamstring injury. He finished with one catch for 14 yards. Coming out of halftime, Evans was ruled out for the rest of the game.

Then early in the 3rd quarter, the team’s third-leading receiver, running back Leonard Fournette, left the game with a hamstring injury. He took a huge hit, spun in the air, and seemed to do a split when he landed on the ground. He had to be helped to the locker room.

Without Brady’s three top weapons, the Bucs offense could not get anything going. With the loss, Tampa Bay falls to 10-4 and its chances at the overall #1 seed took a big hit.