In the Buccaneers’ victory over the Eagles, Tom Brady was dismissive of a thumb injury and had two touchdowns.

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback threw two touchdown passes in a 28-22 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and added 297 yards, even though his thumb was stuck.

In Sunday’s victory over the Miami Dolphins, Brady was seen on the sidelines to add to the injury, but he insisted that the victory last night did not cause him any major problems.

“I feel great,” Brady said afterwards. “Astonishing.”

The 44-year-old’s two touchdown passes were passed to Antonio Brown and OJ Howard before halftime. At halftime, the Buccaneers led 21-7.

The Eagles threatened to make a comeback because quarterback Jalen Hurts rushed into two TDs, but the Buccaneers survived the panic, winning three consecutive victories for the defending Super Bowl champions and scoring 5-1 this season. Promotion.

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Brady and the Buccaneers lost three-time all-pro cornerback Richard Sherman due to a hamstring injury in the first quarter, adding to the injury list. They will play the seventh week of the game against the Chicago Bears on October 24. Enjoy a rest before.

“This is a good victory,” Brady said.

“It’s difficult to win away games. Obviously, we didn’t perform at our best level, so we have to start working again. We have a good break here-make good use of it, and then continue to work.”

“Lenny in the regular season”?

Brady praised his running back. Leonard Fournette ran for 81 yards, caught 6 passes within 46 yards, and scored two touchdowns.

“He is a great guard,” Brady said. “Big guy, tough, catching, running, blocking, doing everything for us-it’s great to have him there.

“When he rolls, it’s hard to stop us,” Brady added.

Funett, who signed with the Buccaneers last season, performed strongly at the start of the season. Having sprinted for 332 yards in the first six weeks of the season, Fournette is only 35 yards away from his sprint record of 13 games last season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette runs with the ball.

The 26-year-old player was affectionately given the nickname “Playoff Lenny” after his sudden appearance in the Pirates playoffs after an unstable year. Now based in Florida, this season he seems determined to become a “regular season Lenny”.

“Spent that year under my leadership, it was very different,” Fournett said after the game.

“Especially playing with my players for a year-trust them, they trust me… both trust and responsible.

“The sky is the limit for me.”

At the same time, when they face the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 7, the Eagles will seek to rebound and break their 2-3 season record.

They faced a Raiders team shocked by the departure of head coach Jon Gruden, after reports that he used homophobia, racism, and misogyny in emails during his time as an ESPN analyst After the language, he resigned on Monday.

The Raiders former special team coordinator and assistant head coach Rich Bisaccia (Rich Bisaccia) has been appointed as the interim head coach.

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