Tom Brady and the Tampa bay Bucs are still stunned by what happend on Sunday.
The Buccaneers suffered a shock 21-3 loss to the Carolina Panthers, who had fired their head coach and traded away their best WR and RB all within days of each other.
The result has left the future Hall of Fame quarterback with a losing record after seven games.
According to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, you have to go back to 2002 to the last time a Tom Brady-led time got off to this bad of a start.
Per RapSheet: “With the #Bucs ugly loss today, Tom Brady has a losing record through his first 7 games for the first time since 2002.”
The Panthers traded their main offensive talent, running back Christian McCaffrey, to the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday and came into the clash as heavy underdogs.
Brady was 32-of-49 for 290 yards as the 45-year-old couldn’t get his team in the end zone one time all game long.
All the Bucs could manage was a 27-yard field goal from Ryan Succop in the fourth quarter. They now have to fix everything before they face the Ravens on Thursday.