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Pissed Off Tom Brady Press Conference Transcript

The amount of headline attention garnered by Tom Brady’s post-game press conference yesterday is surprising. It was even picked up by TMZ, whose sports interests generally revolve around scandals and untimely deaths.

Would it be as news worthy if it wasn’t Tom Brady?

Probably not.

It seems to have grabbed as much or more attention than the game between Washington and Tampa Bay itself. That’s a bit of a shame when a bottom five team just beat the defending Super Bowl Champs.

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Loser Papers: 2021 Edition III – WFT Over Tampa Bay Bucs

It’s been a while since there has been an edition of Loser Papers here at THN. It’s a long story as to why – we were offline for a minute.

We’ve always enjoyed having a look at some of the funny things that get written in the press the day after a team is beaten by Washington. It’s harder and harder to call it “Loser Papers” because often there are no newspapers in that market anymore!!!

Still, we endeavour to find funny, often dire things said about the competition when they lose to Washington.

Here are a few examples from this week’s third win of the season:


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Impressive Upset Win Keeps Season Hopes Alive For WFT

Few people gave the Washington Football Team much of a chance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. The Football Team’s exciting 29-19 victory at Fed Ex Field will go down as one of this year-to-date’s biggest upsets.

Washington played their most complete game of football this season. They deserved every drop of the win, and outplayed the defending Super Bowl Champion Buccaneers for most of the game.

WFT vs Bucs

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Washington Vs Tampa Bay: How To Watch, Listen And Inactives

This match-up features two teams coming off of a bye week. The Washington Football Team and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers both lost the last game of football they played, and both will be looking to get back on the winning side of the ledger today.

Tom Brady has thrown a league leading 25 touchdown passes. He has a 5:1 TD to interception ratio. Not bad for a 44-year old quarterback. The Bucs are 6-2 but lost a tough division battle against the New Orleans Saints in Week 8. They will be ready to play.

Given that the Washington defense is 27th in the league against the pass, it could be a long day for Football Team fans. Washington is looking to snap a four-game losing streak and get back into the thick of things in the NFC. Hopefully they can put on a good performance to honor Sam Huff, who passed away on Saturday.

How To Watch

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Week 10: WFT Vs Tampa Bay – Odds, Injuries And Picks

Both the Washington Football Team and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter this Week 10 match-up coming off of their bye week. Both teams also lost the last game they played. That’s about the sum total of their similarities – these two teams are going in opposite directions.

The 6-2 Bucs will be looking to rebound from a tough upset loss to their division rival New Orleans Saints.

Washington will be just looking to get back on track after losing four straight. At 2-6, their playoff hopes are dwindling quickly.

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First Look: WFT Vs Tampa Bay – Head To Head, Opening Line And More

The Washington Football Team will face the defending Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Both teams are coming off a Week 9 bye. Washington have to find a way to end a four-game losing streak that has already dashed almost any hope of anything coming out of the 2021 season.


These two teams have faced each other 24 times in their histories. The series is tied with each team having won 12 games.

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The Loser Papers – 2018 Edition VI

With the victory over the Bucs, the Skins took a two game lead over the rest of the division, despite devastating injuries along the offensive line. Although they gave up ample yardage, the defense stiffened in the red zone, and took the ball away four times. Surely, this was a game this Tampa Bay team should have won. Let’s find out from The Tampa Bay Times what happened:

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Cardinals Put Cog in Redskins Playoff Hopes

After four lead changes in the second half alone, Carson Palmer hit J.J. Nelson with a 42-yard pass with less than two minutes remaining, to take a 31-23 lead and put the game away for good. In the process, the Redskins lost their grip on the second wild card spot as they fell to 6-5-1; and coupled with a Tampa Bay Buccaneers win, put the Redskins on the outside looking in, as they drive for the playoffs over their last four games. You can check an American site that offers updated NFL lines for this week’s pertinent playoff match-ups.

Palmer threw for 300 yards and three touchdowns on the day, but second year running back David Johnson was the difference maker.

He not only scored twice, but led all running backs in carries and yards (18 for 84), while simultaneously leading all receivers in both receptions and yards (9 for 91). He scored one on the ground, and one in the air for good measure. The Redskins didn’t appear to have an answer for him all day.

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Flashback Friday: This Day in 2012

On this day, September 30th, in 2012, the Washington Redskins scored a come from behind victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Billy Cundiff kicked a 41 yard field goal to give Washington a 24-22 victory, after Robert Griffin III executed a near perfect 2-minute drill with 1:42 to play. He completed 3 straight passes, before taking off on a 15-yard scamper that put Cundiff in range.

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Flashback Friday: Doug Williams

With the announcement earlier this week that Doug Williams was being inducted into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor, he is the subject of this week’s Flashback Friday. The man who spearheaded the greatest quarter in Redskins history. The man who spearheaded the greatest quarter in Super Bowl history.


From’s 80 Greatest Redskins.

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