After experiencing unarguably their worst loss of the season in Week 15 against the New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady didn't hold back as he expressed his frustration and disappointment to their performance.

The Buccaneers fell to the Saints, 9-0, with Brady being shutout for just the third time in his career. It is also his first career shutout while playing at home, adding a more depressing aspect to the already ugly loss.

In his postgame presser, Brady highlighted their third down conversion as a major issue. He himself got sacked four times on third down in the game, which is tied for the most in his career and the first time he experienced it since 2002.

“I don't think we were much good of anything tonight,” Brady said, per Greg Auman of The Athletic.

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The lost dropped the Buccaneers to 10-4 on the standings, which denied them a chance to overtake the Arizona Cardinals and tie the Green Bay Packers in the NFC. Furthermore, it prevented them from taking the NFC South Division title, which Tom Brady is certainly not happy about.

“We just didn't play well enough. Obviously if you don't score points, you're not going to win,” Brady added.

It was certainly a forgettable moment for Brady and his Buccaneers. There was no highlight they could show from the game, with Brady's biggest throw being his sideline hurling of a tablet that quickly went viral. To add more to the bad news, they lost their offensive weapons in Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Leonard Fournette in the contest.

Indeed, it's a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day for Brady.