The Bears wake up in the last quarter, and Nick Foles repeats the dose to Tom Brady.
Published by Soamas
October 14, 2020 12:10 pm
Nick Foles repeated the dose to Tom Brady this Thursday. At the start of week 5 of the NFL. The Bears posted a tight 19-20 win over the Buccaneers. In a game where the quarterbacks didn’t look like much, Santos ended up being the big hero of the night with a 38-yard field goal.
The Tampa Bay offence quickly began wreaking havoc against the Chicago wall. First, with a field goal and then a short pitch from Brady to Evans. He managed to hit a 10-point gap that put the Bears in a tough spot.
However, Brady’s offence failed to capitalize on their next offensive series, where they barely managed to scratch another field goal with a more than fine Sucopp. For their part, Chicago was quick to respond, and within a couple of minutes, they turned the score around.
Montgomery on the ground orchestrated the response of the Bears, who immediately met with good fortune before halftime. Shortly after that and after taking advantage of a loose ball, a substantial one-handed Jimmy Graham catch ended up signing the home team’s second touchdown.
Tampa Bay sinned conservatively in fourth place that looked accessible. Scope delivered on the orders to give his team a minimal advantage. However, on the other side, Santos ended up sentencing the duel with a couple of field goals.
It was all thanks to the deliveries that Foles connected in his last couple of offensive series. Montgomery was the main ally on the ground and also did not go unnoticed with the air game. Fifty-nine yards combined and a touchdown contributed to the win.
The defence stopped Brady in the critical moments of the last episode, and for his bitterness, he fell again to Nick Foles. Now the Saints have a chance to take the Southern tip in the Nationals.