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Bucs: Tom Brady Confident Team Still Has Room To Improve

The Bucs enter Week 10 action holding a 6-2 record, sitting atop the NFC South division standings.

The Bucs are heading into the contest after their bye week. They need to bounce back from a disappointing Week 8 loss to the New Orleans Saints. As Tampa Bay prepares to face the Washington Football Team, star quarterback Tom Brady voiced that there isn’t one area that his team can improve on moving forward.


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“I don’t think there’s one area where I think that we can’t be better,” Brady said in his press conference via Pro Football Talk. “Everything, I think we can improve. A lot of it is just great communication, us being on the same page. You’ve just got to continue to talk through things. As much as we think we’ve been together, we really haven’t been together that long.

“I was with players for seven, eight years, 10 years, where nothing needs to be said. We’ve only been together a year-and-a-half. The meetings are important, the walk-throughs are important, practices are important — just being in constant communication with everything to try to improve everything that we’re doing.”

It was a loss that the Buccaneers were simply outplayed by the Saints. There wasn’t much more to that as the team had their chance to win on the final drive. However, Brady’s pick-six interception sealed his team’s fate.

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All the Buccaneers can do is learn from the mistake and push forward. Week 10 presents a perfect opportunity for them to get back on track and move a step closer toward securing a playoff spot.

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