Buccaneers Had Staffer In Place To Secure Tom Brady’s 700th TD Ball Before His Teammates Could Give It Away Again

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were prepared this time.

Earlier this year, the team had to deal with Mike Evans giving away Tom Brady’s history football that made him the all-time leader in touchdown passes thrown. The Bucs ended up having to give the guy a lot one xchange for the ball after he made major headlines.

During Sunday’s Bills-Bucs game, Brady threw his 700th touchdown on a game-winning pass to Breshad Perriman in overtime. As Perriman made his way into the end zone, the Bucs had a staffer in place running to grab the ball and make sure the same mistake didn’t happen twice.

Tom Brady became the NFL’s all-time completions leader and threw his 700th touchdown pass for the winning score, as the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a 33-27 overtime victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Brady threw for 363 yards and two touchdowns on the day, further cementing his case for NFL MVP honors this year.