VIDEO: Tom Brady hits ‘favorite’ Buccaneers receiver Scotty Miller with incredible TD pass vs. Raiders
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady threw a high-arching touchdown pass to wide receiver Scotty Miller Sunday afternoon, giving the Buccaneers a double-digit lead against the Las Vegas Raiders heading into halftime.
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His second touchdown pass of the game—and third total after a quarterback sneak at the goal line in the first quarter—the throw was perhaps Brady’s most impressive of the season thus far, dispensing any question as to whether the 43-year-old quarterback still possessed the arm strength to beat NFL defenses or not.
A sixth-round pick out of Bowling Green, the touchdown reception marks the second consecutive game the wideout Miller has hauled in a score, as he is quickly establishing himself as one of the more reliable receiving options for the former MVP. Despite the signing of better known veterans to fill out the roster around Brady—such as Rob Gronkowski—the development of little-known Miller has to be pleasing to head coach Bruce Arians who has long prided himself on his player development ability.
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