Week 12 Most Disappointing: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Kansas City Chiefs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady

Another slow start really hurt the Bucs as they scratched and clawed their way back into a one-possession game. The defense got carved up at times by Patrick Mahomes, and Tom Brady did not look like he was on the same page with some of his receivers, but the Bucs still found themselves just a field goal away from tying the game up if they could get the ball back.

Even with momentum at home, they couldn’t stop Mahomes one last time, dropping this one the Chiefs 27-24. These were the most disappointing players from the game.

CB Carlton Davis III

Davis normally has the responsibility of defending the other team’s best receiver, and while he’s played well against some of the league’s best, it was a rough day for him against Tyreek Hill. Davis struggled heavily dealing with Hill’s speed, as he was beaten deep for a 75-yard touchdown. In fact, Hill had 203 yards and two touchdown in the first quarter alone. Hill went on to terrorize the Bucs for the rest of the game, to the tune of 13 receptions for 269 yards and three touchdowns, including making the catch on the final drive to covert the third down and seal the game. Davis finished with five tackles and two pass breakups.


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