Packers gaffe allows 39-yard TD for Bucs Scotty Miller with :01 before half – ESPN

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have actually taken a four-point video game and turned it into an 11-point video game at halftime against the Green Bay Packers with quarterback Tom Brady airing it out to Scotty Miller for a sensational 39-yard goal to make it 21-10 Bucs.Miller reached 20.6 miles per hour on the play as he outran Kevin King with 8 seconds left on the clock. Brady was particularly effective on the deep ball, going 2-of-2 on tosses 30-plus backyards downfield in the first half, tying his finest for the majority of such completions in a game all season.
— Ed Reed (@TwentyER) January 24, 2021 Brady be treating everyone like his little bro And I kind of love it– Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) January 24, 2021 That play call is the factor why the buccaneers will win the game and possibly the Super Bowl !!– Jonathan Stewart (@Jonathanstewar1) January 24, 2021 Throw it up to 10!!!– Deandre Hopkins (@DeAndreHopkins) January 24, 2021 Throw it up to 10!!!– Deandre Hopkins (@DeAndreHopkins) January 24, 2021 Wow. Scotty Millers max speed on this play: 20.64 MPH.Kevin Kings max speed: 19.19 MPH.Via @NextGenStats pic.twitter.com/uGWBTyyPyE— Seth Walder (@SethWalder) January 24, 2021 Meanwhile, on the Bucs very first drive of the video game, Brady linked with Mike Evans twice on the opening drive to give the Bucs an early 7-0 lead. Evans then jumped up in the end zone working versus Kevin King for a 15-yard touchdown grab.A win today would send Brady to his 10th Super Bowl and the Bucs to their second..@TomBrady + @MikeEvans13_ = 6: https://t.co/RwWO3cpuWt pic.twitter.com/6wlb2533RA— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) January 24, 2021

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