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Tom Brady Has Honest Admission On The Buccaneers Offense This Season

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers offense is out of sync to start the 2022 season. He knows it, too. 

The Bucs scored just 12 points against the Packers of Green Bay last Sunday afternoon. In fact, through three games of the season Tampa Bay has yet to score more than 20 points in a single game. 

Brady is highly "disappointed" in the Bucs' offensive performances so far in the year. Hopefully the unit gets back on track this weekend vs. the Chiefs. 

"Tom Brady on lack of continuity on offense: 'I certainly expect and hope we can score more points than we've been scoring. I think we're all disappointed,'" said Brady, via Greg Auman. 

With that being said, the Tampa Bay defense is living up to the billing. Brady knows the offense needs to keep up its end of the bargain or the defense will start losing faith in the team overall. 

"They're keeping us in every game," Tom Brady says of the Bucs defense and their strong play in first three games. Said "there's nobody that points fingers" when one of half of a team is struggling more than the other.

Can Brady get things figured out? He almost always does. 

The Bucs battle the Chiefs on Sunday night.