Kurt Warner Floats A Theory About Tom Brady’s Bad Game Series

The last few months have not been very easy for Tom Brady.

After a pair of ugly wins to start the 2022 NFL season, the Buccaneers have dropped four of their next five games, including two losses to a pair of vastly inferior opponents: the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Carolina Panthers. Tampa Bay as a team hasn’t played very well for seven weeks, and that includes Brady. The star quarterback’s unusual mistakes are partly to blame for the Bucs’ talented offense not clicking.

To make matters worse for Brady, it seems his personal life has seen better days as well. Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner isn’t ruling out the possibility that these tough off-court questions will have a lingering impact.

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“…I’m going to watch Sunday’s tape and I just don’t see the Tom Brady that we know,” Warner said Tuesday on NFL Network. “The mistakes he makes, the things he doesn’t see. I’m not one to mean that some of the things that happen outside of the game seem to flow inside the game and inside the lines. We’ve never seen Tom Brady do this before. He’s so good at concentrating on everything else and being able to play football. But right now he’s doing things that don’t look like Tom Brady and you have to wonder if those other things are involved.

Whatever the main source of Brady’s continued struggles, it doesn’t look like the Bucs are about to figure things out and get off the ground. Tampa Bay will also struggle to pull off a successful Week 8 when it hosts the Baltimore Ravens for a short prime-time week.

So while it’s probably too early to call it a “lost season” for Brady and the Bucs, things are definitely heading in that direction.

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