The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks were among the most impressive teams in Week 1 - now they meet at CenturyLink Field on Sunday Night Football.

Cam Newton, Tom Brady's replacement at quarterback, led New England to a 21-11 victory over the Miami Dolphins, while Russell Wilson put on a passing clinic when completing 31 of his 35 attempts in Seattle's 38-25 win over the Atlanta Falcons.

A repeat of Super Bowl XLIX is the standout game of Sunday's slate, though there are plenty more mouth-watering encounters, including the Baltimore Ravens facing the Houston Texans.

Here we break down the big matchups using Stats Perform data.

 

FEATURE GAME

Patriots at Seahawks - Sunday, 8.20pm (all times Eastern)

- This will be the first game in NFL history in which both teams will have a head coach aged 68 or older. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is 69, while Patriots coach Bill Belichick is 68.

- Newton led the Patriots with 75 yards rushing on a game-high 15 carries in his Pats debut last week. Should he finish as New England's leading rusher again in Seattle, Newton will be his team's leading rusher for a 37th time - a new record for the most such games by a quarterback in the Super Bowl era (since 1966).

- New England have won eight straight games against NFC opponents, including their Super Bowl LIII win over the Los Angeles Rams, dating back to a loss to the Detroit Lions in Week 3 of the 2018 season.

OTHER KEY GAMES

Rams at Eagles - Sunday, 1pm

- The Eagles have won the last six meetings between these teams, including one-score wins in Los Angeles in 2017 (43-35) and 2018 (30-23). They have averaged 32.2 points during the win streak, with at least 30 points in each of the last five meetings.

Broncos at Steelers - Sunday, 1pm

- The Broncos have won four of the last five games against the Steelers, including two playoff wins. Four of those five games were decided by seven points or fewer.

Chiefs at Chargers - Sunday, 4.25pm

- After starting last season 6-4, Kansas City have won 10 straight games - regular season and playoffs. The streak began last November with a win over the Chargers in Mexico City. Each of the last seven victories have come by a double-digit margin; since 2000, only the 2007 Patriots (eight games) have had a longer streak of wins by 10 or more points.

Ravens at Texans - Sunday, 4.25pm

- The Ravens have gone 12 straight regular-season games without trailing in the second half, the longest streak by any NFL team since the Chicago Bears had a 12-game streak from 1933-34. The last team to have a streak longer than 12 games was the Green Bay Packers from 1929-30 (18).

Saints at Raiders - Monday, 4.15pm

- Josh Jacobs had three rushing touchdowns in Week 1, becoming the first Raider to do so since Latavius Murray, who is now with New Orleans, had three in Week 9 of 2016. Only two Raiders have rushed for three touchdowns more than once – Marcus Allen (five times) and Pete Banaszak (twice).

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Falcons at Cowboys - Sunday, 1pm

- Dak Prescott has not been intercepted in his last 223 pass attempts going back to last November, the longest streak in Cowboys history. Troy Aikman held the previous mark at 216 passes in 1999.

Lions at Packers - Sunday, 1pm

- Green Bay have won seven straight home openers since a 30-22 loss against the San Francisco 49ers in 2012. That is the second-longest active streak of its kind, behind the Seahawks (11 straight).

Joe Burrow declared "losing is unacceptable to me" as the Cincinnati Bengals went 0-2 despite another promising showing from the rookie quarterback against the Cleveland Browns.

A week on from making his NFL debut in a losing effort to the Los Angeles Chargers, the number one overall draft pick was unable to prevent the Bengals going down 35-30 at FirstEnergy Stadium on his first outing in a prime-time slot.

Burrow, according to NFL.com, became the first rookie since at least 1950 to throw 60-plus times without recording an interception, while he broke 310 yards for passing.

He also converted eight of 18 third-down attempts, while he was five on five on fourth down and displayed his never-say-die attitude by finding Tyler Boyd for a touchdown pass within the final two minutes with the Bengals looking well out of it.

Still, Burrow said it is back to the drawing board after starting his NFL career with two defeats.

"Losing isn't very fun. This might be the only time in my sporting career that I've lost two games in a row," he said. 

"It doesn't feel very good. I know guys in there are hurting and we're gonna come back to work tomorrow and try and get this thing right. 

"Losing is unacceptable to me, to everybody in there, to coach [Zac] Taylor, to everybody in this organisation. So, we're just gonna have to get it fixed.

"I have great people around me. The offensive line did a hell of a job for me. My guys are making plays for me. That's all you can ask for as a quarterback. We've been in scoring range, and that's been one positive. 

"Again, we're 0-2. That's all that matters. I'll never accept losing. That's just something that is not in my mindset."

Opposite number Baker Mayfield knows all about dealing with hype in the NFL and sees lots of potential in Burrow.

"The hype is real with Joe," the Browns QB said. "Obviously, that team loves him. They follow him and he leads them."

Mayfield was 16-of-23 passing for 219 yards, with one interception, while he found eight different receivers throughout.

"You always want to get the ball in playmakers' hands early, so those guys are in it," Mayfield said. 

"I thought we made the most of our playmakers' abilities. I'm surrounded by talent. I want to get the ball in their hands."

The Cleveland Browns recorded a 35-30 win over the Cincinnati Bengals for their first victory of the NFL season on Thursday.

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 219 yards and two touchdowns on the back of 16 of 23 completed passes at FirstEnergy Stadium.

Nick Chubb rushed for two TDs, while Kareem Hunt had 86 rushing yards on 10 carries and was also found by Mayfield for another score.

Joe Burrow, the top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, was 37 of 61 for 316 yards and three TDs, but the Bengals' defense struggled as they fell to their AFC North rivals and slipped to 0-2.

Chubb's rushing TD in the first quarter to complete a 10-play, 75-yard drive gave the Browns a lead they would not relinquish.

Mayfield connected with Odell Beckham Jr. for a 43-yard TD pass in the second quarter, although Burrow and C.J. Uzomah combined to respond for the Bengals.

The Browns took control after Mayfield's six-yard pass to Hunt and Chubb's second rushing TD, although two Randy Bullock field goals kept the Bengals in touch.

Burrow led a 14-play, 83-yard drive for the Bengals with just over six minutes remaining, completing it with a short TD pass to Mike Thomas to reduce the Browns' lead to 28-23.

However, Cincinnati were unable to stop Hunt as the Browns restored their 12-point lead and held on despite Burrow connecting with Tyler Boyd in the final minute.

Los Angeles Chargers center and four-time Pro Bowler Mike Pouncey will miss the remainder of the NFL season as he prepares to undergo hip surgery.

The Chargers announced on Thursday that star Pouncey, 31, is set to have a season-ending operation after being placed on injured reserve.

Pouncey, who has started all 114 games he has played in the NFL and joined the Chargers from the Miami Dolphins in 2018, missed the final 11 weeks last year following neck surgery.

"Mike will undergo surgery on his hip before the end of the month and will miss the 2020 season," said general manager Tom Telesco.

"On top of being a Pro Bowl talent, he's the ultimate captain, team-mate and competitor. Quite simply, he's one of the best leaders I've ever been around. Mike's played a major role in establishing the culture and standard we now have in our locker room and sets a tremendous example, especially for the younger members of our team.

"I'm happy he'll remain around the team throughout the season, and all of us wish Mike a successful procedure and speedy recovery."

The Chargers beat the Cincinnati Bengals 16-13 in Week 1, and face Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

Tom Brady said he is focused on winning games and not Bruce Arians' critique following a difficult debut for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady made his debut for the Buccaneers last week, but the legendary quarterback struggled in a 34-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints, throwing two interceptions.

The six-time Super Bowl champion, who arrived from the New England Patriots in the offseason, had a pick-six and three sacks against Tampa Bay's NFC South rivals in Week 1.

Afterwards, Arians said the 43-year-old was at fault for a miscommunication with star wideout Mike Evans and described his throw on a pick-six as a "bad decision", sparking criticism from past players and pundits.

Brady responded on Thursday and told reporters: "He's the coach. I'm a player. Just trying to win a game.

"I think it's a long process of trying to improve in a lot of different areas. I think about being the best I can be and the process I've got to go through to make that happen.

"Every week is a little bit of a different challenge. It starts with great communication and understanding how to win the game and how to lose the game. Being on the same page as my team-mates so we can go and execute. Obviously turning the ball over makes it very difficult to win.

"If you set yourself back; with penalties, negative plays – pass-game or run-game… It's a game of scoring points so you've got to figure out how to score more points than the other team and there’s been a lot of focus this week about communication and those types of things."

Brady, who finished 23 of 36 for 239 yards and two touchdowns as the Buccaneers prepare for Sunday's matchup against the Carolina Panthers, added: "There's a lot of black and white in football and there's a lot of grey. The problem is when there's too much grey.

"I thought one thing, he [Evans] thought another. Whoever is right or wrong it doesn't matter. The reality is bad plays happen, and when and plays happen, you put yourself in a non-advantageous position.

"So we've got to eliminate as much as we can [of]; 'I thought this, you thought that', 'oh, you thought this, I thought that'. One time you're right and one time you're wrong. The reality is, the other team can't come away with the ball. So that's going to keep us from scoring points, and if it keeps us from scoring points it's going to keep us from winning games. You keep us from winning games and that's where the whole issue is.

"We're here to win games and that's why we're playing football, so. We've got to put ourselves in a good position every play to figure out where we're going to be, so that we can only play with confidence and anticipation. We'll practice and I think that only leads to great execution. You have confidence in one another, once you have confidence in one another then you can really anticipate making good plays."

Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians took a relaxed approach after being asked about critical comments from Brett Favre, insisting his relationship with Tom Brady was "fine".

Brady had a less than ideal debut with the Bucs on Sunday, throwing two interceptions in a 34-23 road loss to NFC South rivals the New Orleans Saints.

Arians did not hold back in his post-game assessment, suggesting the six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback was at fault for a miscommunication with star wideout Mike Evans and describing his throw on a pick-six as a "bad decision".

The following day he retracted his comment about the first interception, concluding Evans had in fact made the error.

Green Bay Packers legend Favre took issue with Arians, saying Brady was "the last person you want to call out after the first game of the year" and that "dissension could easily enter quickly" unless there was a mutual truce between the two.

Favre also suggested Arians, who is typically forthright with his views in the media, may wish to consider Bill Belichick's approach of keeping criticism in-house, adding he did not see any good that could come from calling out "the biggest acquisition maybe in football history".

But Arians insisted all was well with Brady both at the stadium on gameday and ever since at the team facility.

"Tom and I are fine," he told reporters, per ESPN, when asked about pointing out the 43-year-old's mistakes.

"I don't really care what other people think. So it's just what he and I think. 

"We left the stadium fine. We showed up [on Wednesday] fine. There ain't nothin' to talk about."

In his comments, Favre also accepted it was Arians' call to make and that Belichick's formula was not the only successful approach.

Arians was additionally asked about how quickly the Bucs were being written off after just one disappointing game and pointed out the team had been subject to similar extremes in the offseason.

"I was amused when they handed us the Lombardi trophy in July. But, yeah, it's part of the business," Arians said.

"You go with it. It's one week at a time, one day at a time. We win a few games, everybody will be back on the bandwagon, happy! It's just part of the game."

Brady will have another go at earning his first win in a Bucs uniform with another divisional matchup this week, as his team host the Carolina Panthers.

A frustrating start to the new NFL season has continued for the San Francisco 49ers after they had to place star cornerback Richard Sherman on injured reserve.

Per widespread reports, the Niners made the roster move on Wednesday after assessing a calf injury suffered by the five-time All-Pro selection.

Sherman is subsequently unavailable for at least three weeks, ruling him out of upcoming contests against the New York Jets, New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles.

That is a significant blow to the team beaten in February's Super Bowl LIV, with the Niners also losing their season opener 24-20 at home to NFC West rivals the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday in a tough outing for quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.

The Niners' number one corner Sherman played in 74 of their 78 defensive snaps in that game, giving up just one catch for nine yards on two targets.

The Big Ten has backtracked on its earlier decision to postpone college football into next year, with an October return now agreed.

The Big Ten was the first Power Five conference to announce last month there would be no further play in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, the conference revealed on Wednesday its council of presidents and chancellors had unanimously voted in favour of a resumption on the weekend of October 23-24.

It said all student-athletes, coaches and trainers, along with any other individuals on the field for practices and games, must undergo daily testing.

"Everyone associated with the Big Ten should be very proud of the groundbreaking steps that are now being taken to better protect the health and safety of the student-athletes and surrounding communities," said Jim Borchers, the co-chair of the conference's Return to Competition Task Force medical subcommittee.

All 14 teams are set to play eight regular season games in eight weeks in a shortened season, with the conference championship game following on December 19 in Indianapolis.

The New York Jets have placed running back Le'Veon Bell on injured reserve because of a hamstring problem.

Bell, a two-time first-team All-Pro, is eligible to return to action in three weeks.

He had just 14 yards on six carries as the Jets were beaten 27-17 by the Buffalo Bills in their season opener last Sunday.

Rookie wide receiver Denzel Mims (hamstring) and linebacker Blake Cashman (groin) have also been placed on IR.

The Jets signed running back Kalen Ballage in a corresponding transaction, though Frank Gore is likely to get the bulk of the workload in the coming weeks.

Gore and the Jets face his former team, the San Francisco 49ers, on Sunday in their home opener at MetLife Stadium.

Stephen Gostkowski was left feeling "embarrassed and frustrated" despite making the game-winning kick for the Tennessee Titans at the Denver Broncos.

Gostkowski's 25-yard field goal with 17 seconds left secured a 16-14 win over the Broncos at Sports Authority Field on Monday.

It was otherwise a debut to forget for the four-time Pro Bowler, who became the first kicker to miss four kicks in his first game with a team since Dennis Partee did so for the San Diego Chargers in 1968.

Gostkowski missed from 47 yards in the first quarter, 44 yards before the first half ended and 42 yards in the third, with another attempt blocked by Shelby Harris.

It was the first time he has missed three field goal attempts in a game during a career in which he has gone an entire season missing fewer than four on five separate occasions.

"It's tough. It's a very fickle position. It's definitely an opportunity I didn't deserve but grateful that I got it for the team and the guys that went out there and busted their butt," he said.

"I really put them in a tough spot. You don't always get the chance to redeem yourself. I'm just happy the guys got to celebrate.

"I'm disappointed in myself, embarrassed and frustrated, but at the end of the day, we won, and luckily the guys are happy going home."

Titans head coach Mike Vrabel insisted he had no doubts over Gostkowski lining up for the game-winner even if the Broncos perhaps thought differently.

"Nope, and they did, obviously, because they weren't using the timeouts, they were banking on him missing," he said.

"We've all got to do our job. It's not just on one player. We'll get this stuff fixed. We've got a lot of faith in our players. We're excited to get out of there with a win - it's a tough place to play.

"It's like sitting there and being like, 'Well, it's been red 10 times on roulette, so I'm going to bet black because it's been red 10 times,' and it doesn't work that way.

"I just felt like we were going to be able to make the field goal and that was the right play. That's the proper way to approach it and everybody did their job on the last one."

Ben Roethlisberger made a successful return in a Pittsburgh Steelers win, while the Tennessee Titans also opened their NFL season with a win.

Roethlisberger played just two games last season before undergoing elbow surgery, but the veteran quarterback made a fine return on Monday.

He completed 21 of 32 passes for 229 yards and three touchdowns as the Steelers beat the New York Giants 26-16.

Roethlisberger was full of praise for the Steelers' defense, who intercepted Daniel Jones twice and sacked the Giants QB three times.

He connected twice with JuJu Smith-Schuster, with the Steelers scoring 23 unanswered points after falling 10-3 behind in the second quarter.

Benny Snell Jr. rushed for 113 yards on 19 carries for the Steelers, who saw Zach Banner (knee), Stefen Wisniewski (pectoral) and James Conner (ankle) suffer injuries.

Giants star Saquon Barkley was limited to just six rushing yards on 15 carries, while he had 60 receiving yards.

The Titans edged the Denver Broncos 16-14 in their opener at Sports Authority Field.

Ryan Tannehill (29 of 43 for 249 yards) threw touchdown passes to MyCole Pruitt and Jonnu Smith, but the Titans trailed heading into the final minute.

Making his debut for the Titans, Stephen Gostkowski became the first kicker to miss his four kicks in his first game with a team since Dennis Partee did so for the San Diego Chargers in 1968, as per STATS.

But he got another chance with 17 seconds remaining and drilled a 25-yard field goal to lift Tennessee to victory.

Titans star Derrick Henry rushed for 116 yards on 31 carries.

Ben Roethlisberger hailed the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense as one of the best he has played with after a win over the New York Giants.

After undergoing surgery on an elbow injury that ended his 2019 season following just two games, Roethlisberger led the Steelers to a 26-16 victory in his return on Monday.

Roethlisberger completed 21 of 32 passes for 229 yards and three touchdowns as the Steelers started their 2020 season with a win.

But the veteran quarterback was full of praise for the Steelers' defense, who intercepted Daniel Jones twice and sacked the Giants QB three times.

"They're unbelievable. Unfortunately, I have to face them every day in practice," Roethlisberger told reporters.

"They're one of the best defenses I've played with and I've played with some really good ones so I'm excited to be on the football field with them.

"As a quarterback, they allow you to play more free because if you do make a mistake you can count on them to bail you out of it and they did it tonight numerous times, creating turnovers, big stops, I just can't say enough about the way they play."

A two-time Super Bowl winner, the 38-year-old Roethlisberger is in his 17th season in the NFL.

While there was talk Roethlisberger could retire after his elbow injury, the QB was happy to be back.

"I'm excited we won the game. I told the guys before the game it's not about me, individually the reason I came back is for these guys, for this team," he said.

"It's a special group of football players and men and so I'm just thankful to be a part of it."

Joe Burrow harshly graded his performance a "D" after the Cincinnati Bengals fell to a narrow defeat against the Los Angeles Chargers on the rookie quarterback's NFL debut.

The Bengals were just a play away from scoring a winning touchdown on the first outing since Burrow was selected as the number one overall pick in the NFL Draft as the Chargers claimed a 16-13 win at Paul Brown Stadium.

No quarterback selected first has won in week one of a rookie year since David Carr in 2002 and Burrow felt he fell short on a few plays, including overthrows for receivers John Ross and A.J. Green for what would have been touchdowns.

Even still, Burrow led the Bengals to within striking distance late in the game, only for Green to be called for pushing off in the end zone, before Randy Bullock missed a field goal to take the game into overtime.

"[I would give myself a] 'D'," Burrow responded when asked to grade his performance.

"I can't miss that throw to A.J.. A high schooler can make that throw. And I can't throw the ball right to Melvin Ingram when we're in scoring range, so it was a tough way to lose.

"I made too many mistakes to win the game. I missed A.J. on a deep ball and John on a deep ball and then I threw the interception – that just can't happen."

On the dramatic finale, Burrow added: "I'm obviously upset we didn't score a touchdown.

"I thought we played well enough on that particular drive to put it in the end zone and then they [the officials] made the call.

"I'm not sure what happened on the kick, but it doesn't matter what happened on the kick. We should have put them away a lot of times before that.

"I shouldn't have missed the throw to A.J. and thrown the interception. A lot of different plays affected the game."

Burrow finished with 23-of-36 passing for 193 yards, one rushing touchdown and one interception, and head coach Zac Taylor felt there were plenty of positives to take.

"Some good and some things we have to improve on," Taylor replied when asked to sum up Burrow's performance.

"There were some missed opportunities but overall, he kept his composure. He moved onto the next snap, which is important.

"He made some critical plays down the stretch that put us in position to tie or win the game. I thought his decision-making overall was really good – where he went with the ball.

"In the first half, he was running for his life there. We did a better job of minimising that in the second half."

Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers debut did not go according to plan, while last season's Super Bowl participants the San Francisco 49ers started their 2020 NFL campaign with a loss.

Legendary quarter Brady struggled as the Buccaneers went down 34-23 to the New Orleans Saints in Week 1 on Sunday.

As for the 49ers, they were upstaged by Kyler Murray's Arizona Cardinals 24-20 in San Francisco.

 

BRADY'S BUCS BEATEN

Brady has taken his Super Bowl-winning expertise to Tampa Bay, but the six-time NFL champion endured a tough debut against NFC South champions the Saints.

A high-profile recruit from the New England Patriots following 20 years in Foxborough, Brady threw two interceptions in the team's season opener.

The 43-year-old had a pick-six, finishing 23 of 36 for 239 yards and two touchdowns, while he was sacked three times.

Brady started well, scoring a two-yard touchdown. He led a nine-play, 85-yard drive, completing his two passes for 37 yards before running the ball into the endzone for the first points of the game.

But Brady turned the ball over twice, with the second turnover resulting in a touchdown for the Saints' Janoris Jenkins.

It was a far better outing for fellow veteran quarterback Drew Brees, who passed for 160 yards and two touchdowns, without turning the ball over – throwing TD passes to Alvin Kamara and Emmanuel Sanders in New Orleans.

 

CARDINALS RALLY AMID GAROPPOLO WOES

The Cardinals – led by their star QB Murray – completed a comeback to upstage the highly rated 49ers on the road.

Murray's throw to DeAndre Hopkins set up Kenyan Drake's one-yard score with just over five minutes remaining as the Cardinals topped the 49ers.

The Cardinals overcame a pair of fourth-quarter deficits thanks to Murray, who threw for 230 yards and a touchdown, while running for 91 yards and another score.

It came as 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo struggled as criticism grows.

After a disappointing display in the Super Bowl loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, further questions have been raised after Garoppolo led just one scoring drive in the second half.

Garoppolo finished 19 of 33 for 259 yards and two touchdowns, and he missed two crucial throws, with 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan saying: "He's gotta play better. We've all gotta play better. The entire offense missed opportunities."

 

RAMS OPEN NEW STADIUM WITH WIN

In their first game at SoFi Stadium, the Los Angeles Rams topped the Dallas Cowboys 20-17 behind a career-high 79 yards and two touchdowns from Malcolm Brown.

Rams quarterback Jared Goff passed for 275 yards, while Cowboys counterpart Dak Prescott was 25 of 39 for 266 yards and a touchdown.

Number one draft pick Joe Burrow put the Cincinnati Bengals in a position to claim a dramatic last-gasp win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

But after running 23 yards for a touchdown, Burrow watched Randy Bullock miss a 31-yard field goal with seven seconds to play as the Chargers prevailed 16-13.

 

Week 1 scores:

Seattle Seahawks 38-25 Atlanta Falcons
Baltimore Ravens 38-6 Cleveland Browns
Buffalo Bills 27-17 New York Jets
Las Vegas Raiders 34-30 Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears 27-23 Detroit Lions
Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20 Indianapolis Colts
Green Bay Packers 43-34 Minnesota Vikings
New England Patriots 21-11 Miami Dolphins
Washington Football Team 27-17 Philadelphia Eagles
Arizona Cardinals 24-20 San Francisco 49ers
New Orleans Saints 34-23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Los Angeles Chargers 16-13 Cincinnati Bengals
Los Angeles Rams 20-17 Dallas Cowboys

Tom Brady downplayed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' season-opening defeat after the legendary quarterback struggled on debut.

Brady stepped out in a Buccaneers uniform for the first time after winning six Super Bowl championships with the New England Patriots, but he threw two interceptions in Tampa Bay's 34-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

The 43-year-old superstar had a pick-six against the Saints, finishing 23 of 36 for 239 yards and two touchdowns, while he was sacked three times.

"I've lost plenty of games in my career," Brady said. "I know I don't like it. But it happens. We just gotta do a better job."

Brady started well on debut for the Buccaneers, scoring a two-yard touchdown.

He led a nine-play, 85-yard drive, completing his two passes for 37 yards before running the ball into the endzone for the first points of the game.

But he turned the ball over twice, with the second turnover resulting in a touchdown for the Saints' Janoris Jenkins.

Brady, who threw TD passes to O.J. Howard and Mike Evans in Tampa Bay's first game after the preseason schedule was scrapped amid the coronavirus pandemic, added: "It felt like a scrimmage out there.

"But obviously it counts. And I think we're all disappointed it didn't go our way ... We gotta look at each other in the eye. Work harder, put more urgency on the things we have to do. Get back to work and do a better job."

"We didn't do anything that great on offense today," Brady continued. "We made a few plays but, in the end, we're all going to wish we had a lot of plays back. Certainly I do."

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians defended Brady's performance, telling reporters: "He came out lighting it up. We go right down the field and score a touchdown, so I wouldn't say he was out of sync at all until we started screwing it up.

"We had some good drives and we had some poor drives, but the turnovers and the penalties were the key."

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