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Bucs winless with Antonio Brown in lineup

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the New Orleans Saints 38-3 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Sunday night.

It was the first game in a Bucs uniform for newly signed receiver Antonio Brown. The Bucs were terrible and remain winless (0-1 on the season and 0-1 in franchise history) with Brown in the line-up. They’ve also never scored a single touchdown nor tallied more than three points over the same span.

Causal circumstance? False equivalency? Really dumb hot take from yet another ill-informed and lazy sportswriter who never even played the game at a meaningfully completive level? Who knows? What’s beyond debate are the factually indisputable statistics cited in the previous paragraph. So shut up, dummy.

Antonio Brown? More like Doo Doo Brown.

Okay, that was a stupid take. I’ll own that. Sorry. But Jesus Christ, we just lost 38-3!

New Orleans scored a touchdown on their first drive, about six minutes into the first quarter and the game was effectively over! Jesus Christ.

The Buccaneers are now 6-3 this season and their next game will be Sunday, November 15th, on the road against the Carolina Panthers (3-6).

Clark Brooks

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  1. Avatar Pewter Power on November 9, 2020 at 12:45 am

    How fucking stupid are you? The Bucs signed Brown before the Giants game, which they won DUMBASS!!!!!! They’re still in first place and they will stay that way. Playoffs 2020. Your sight shouldn’t even be on the internet. Try to get one simple fact right, retard. Or else never write about sports again

    • TNF TNF on November 9, 2020 at 1:33 pm

      One simple correct fact: Antonio Brown had been signed to a contract but was inactive for the Giants game and so he wasn’t in the lineup.
      Thanks for giving us permission to continue writing about sports.

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