Bruce Arians Says Buccaneers' Margin For Error Is “Very Slim” After Loss

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady

The Bucs once again struggled in prime time on Monday, falling 27-24 to the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football in Week 11. Quarterback Tom Brady struggled, completing just 54 percent of his passes and throwing two key interceptions as the Bucs’ defense allowed Jared Goff to throw for 276 yards and three touchdowns.

The loss moves Tampa Bay to 7-4 in a tight race for a playoff spot in the NFC.

On Brady’s struggles against better teams this season

“Still trying to figure that out. At times we look really, really good and at times we don’t. I felt very, very comfortable in the two-minute drive until that throw. We made some plays and obviously we didn’t make enough in this ball game on offense, defense or special teams to win.”

On the two interceptions

“The first one (Brady) got hit. He got hit. It looked like he had Chris (Godwin) going right down the middle and he stepped up and just didn’t get enough on it with the pressure. The last one was just a misread of the coverage.”


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