Tom Brady and his Buccaneers will be playoffs

Mike Evans ended his drought at the best time, Sunday in Tampa, scoring no less than three touchdowns in a 30-24 victory against the Carolina Panthers which confirms the Buccaneers' participation in the playoffs.

Tom Brady and his Buccaneers will be playoffs

Mike Evans ended his drought at the best time, Sunday in Tampa, scoring no less than three touchdowns in a 30-24 victory against the Carolina Panthers which confirms the Buccaneers' participation in the playoffs.

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Every time he scored, Evans caught long passes from quarterback Tom Brady. It was indeed games of 63, 57 and 30 yards that gave the Florida club the upper hand. He had not managed a major in his last 11 games, he who has 81 in his career.

Brady secured the victory himself by crossing the goal line with a quarterback sneak in the last moments of the game. He completed 34 of 45 passes for 432 yards.

If the defense then allocated a placement to the visitors, it did not flinch during the last offensive sequence of its rivals to confirm the result.

Despite a more complicated season, the “Bucs” obtain a second title in a row in the Eastern Division of the National Association, which they had never done before in their history.

In the loss, Sam Darnold also did well with 23 successful throws on 37 attempts for 341 yards, three majors and an interception.

The Giants too

The Giants also cemented their playoff berth with a 30-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts in New York.

Richie James and Isaiah Hodgins gave them the lead with rushing touchdowns in the second quarter, then Landon Collins brought an interception into the end zone before the half break.

Daniel Jones joined his receivers 19 times on 24 aerial plays for 188 yards and two majors. He led the Giants to their first playoff appearance since 2016.

And bref

The Dallas Cowboys' 27-13 victory over the Tennessee Titans pushed back the Philadelphia Eagles' crowning glory in the Nationals East a bit. The latter lost 20 to 10 against the New Orleans Saints in front of their supporters.

The Lions, for their part, keep their chances of qualifying by virtue of a convincing 41-10 victory over the Bears in Chicago.

The Miami Dolphins complicated their lives by losing 23 to 21 to the New England Patriots in Massachusetts.

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