NFL analyst has prediction for Tom Brady’s matchup with New Orleans Saints in Week 2
Former Michigan Wolverine and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is set to take on the New Orleans Saints on the road. ESPN’s Get Up talked about the matchup with his division rival.
In his two previous seasons with Tampa Bay, Brady has lost all four of the regular season matchups against New Orleans. Brady has a touchdown to interception ratio of 6 to 8 in the four regular season matchups.
NFL analyst Ryan Clark thinks Tom Brady will be in for a world of hurt against the Saints.
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“Hell yeah, I’m scared for Tom,” said Clark. “We didn’t come back for this. Tom Brady came back to win, to compete. If you look at what’s going on with his offensive line, with his interior mangled. Now you lose your left tackle against the Dallas Cowboys. Now you’re playing a third string level left tackle. The Saints always have Tom’s number.”
The GetUp crew are even more concerned about the lack of efficiency from Tampa Bay due to the multiple injuries that hit the team. The offensive line of Tampa Bay has allowed 23 sacks in the four games.
Tampa Bay is coming into this game on Sunday as a 2.5-point favorite over New Orleans, according to FanDuel.
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) September 16, 2022