"Among the teams that would consider Brady, a couple of them who considered Brady the last time," he said. "The Tennessee Titans still have some quarterback questions there. The 49ers if they do not decide to rock with Brock Purdy – he’s certainly stating his case. And the Las Vegas Raiders, who have several of his old friends, including Josh McDaniels."

“Tough Night” Tom Brady Reflects On Bucs Loss To Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys are moving on to the divisional round after a convincing win at Raymond James Stadium where they took down the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to wrap up Super Wild Card Weekend, 31-14. 
Buccaneers QB Tom Brady

TAMPA, Fla. – The Dallas Cowboys will be moving on to the divisional round after defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to wrap up Super Wild Card Weekend, 31-14. 

“Not the way we wanted to end it,” said Tom Brady after the loss to the Cowboys Monday, ” I give them a lot of credit; they played, they made a lot more plays than we did. Tough night.”

Dallas came alive on its third possession of the evening, traveling 80 yards on seven plays as Dak Prescott connected with Dalton Schultz for the game’s first touchdown.

That did seem to open the floodgates as Tampa Bay then began moving the ball and got all the way to the Cowboys five-yard line, then Tom Brady threw an interception in the end zone to Jayron Kearse.

That was one of the few successful Bucs possessions of the night and their only shot at scoring when the game was still within reach.

Dallas then scored three touchdowns on consecutive drives to help establish a 24-point lead. 

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That eliminated any chance that Brady and the Bucs could pull out another miraculous comeback.

Prescott finished 25 of 33 for 305 yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for a score and added 24 yards on the ground. Schultz was his go-to target on the night, catching seven of his eight targets for a team-high 95 yards and two touchdowns.

Buccaneers’ Tom Brady was 35 of 66 for 351 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception.  

Brady is set for free agency again as he ponders the possibility of playing another season for potentially another team or retiring but hasn’t said one way or the other.

There are reportedly several teams interested in Brady’s services for the 2023 season despite him turning 46 years old. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport explained the potential options Brady has before him on Sunday.

“Tom Brady is a free agent after this season. He will be 46 years old, and I would say there’s a chance he does not return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers despite the fact that they very much want him back and plan to make efforts toward that,” Rapoport explained.

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The NFL insider added that Brady could very well find a new landing spot if Tampa Bay isn’t in his future.

“Among the teams that would consider Brady, a couple of them who considered Brady the last time,” he said. “The Tennessee Titans still have some quarterback questions there. The 49ers if they do not decide to rock with Brock Purdy – he’s certainly stating his case. And the Las Vegas Raiders, who have several of his old friends, including Josh McDaniels.”

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