DE Cowboys: Brady’s record against Dallas doesn’t matter


While Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is perfect for a 7-0 loss against Dallas, the seven-time Super Bowl champions aren’t fazed by the Cowboys.

Dallas quarterback DeMarcus Lawrence was asked by reporters at a press conference Wednesday if Brady’s record mattered: “No, not at all,” he said.

Safety Jayron Kearsey was also shy. “The year is 2023. He didn’t beat us this year. That’s what worries us,” he said on Wednesday.

While Kearse was technically correct, Brady beat Dallas 19-3 in Week 1 of the 2022 regular season.

Plus, it’s reasonable to doubt the Cowboys will go into the wild-card round against Tampa Bay, especially after their worst performance in Week 18, a 26-6 loss to Washington.

Why does Dallas seem so confident? That’s because Brady didn’t dominate in Week 1, and the Buccaneers offense isn’t an unstoppable force.

Brady wasn’t terrible against Dallas, but it wasn’t a vintage or stellar performance.

Brady threw for 212 yards, tied for his second-lowest total in seven starts against Dallas, and Tampa Bay managed just one touchdown.

Tampa Bay’s offense has declined this season. He has 313 points in 17 games, 25th in the NFL and last in rushing offense.

Dallas’ offense was atrocious against Washington, but it was out of bounds. The Cowboys have scored 467 points, third in the league, which means they could pass Tampa Bay.

Brady can still make teams look silly, but the weakened supporting cast surrounding him will make it less of a challenge. According to ESPN’s analysis, Dallas has a 69.7% chance of winning at Tampa Bay.

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