Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar quarterback Tom Brady did not exactly have the best game of his illustrious career on Thursday against the Chicago Bears. The shorthanded Bucs suffered a disappointing 20-19 loss to the Bears, and this was compounded by a huge error from Brady himself towards the dying moments of the contest.
Here's a look at Brady's end-game blunder courtesy of Athlon Sports' Bryan Fischer:
When you’re so old you forget what down it is pic.twitter.com/QiG9cIS5Y8
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 9, 2020
Tom Brady literally forgot that the Bucs were on their fourth down. All along, he believed that it was just the third down, which prompted this forgettable moment from one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
All things considered, though, Brady actually put up a valiant effort on Thursday, despite the fact that he was missing his top two wideouts in Mike Evans and Scotty Miller. Both guys were tagged as questionable prior to the contest, but unfortunately, their respective injuries ultimately forced them to miss Tampa Bay's matchup against the Bears.
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