Tom Brady Reveals “Unexpected” Conversation With Peyton Manning & Mike Evans “One of the Best”

September 29, 2020 11:23 AM
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With three touchdown passes in the win over Denver, Tom Brady secured his 59th decision with 3+ TDs and 0 interceptions in a single game.

A big part of the stellar output from Brady had to do with the utilization of 8 different targets. When asked about the amount of involved pass receivers, TB12 had this to say:

“I think everybody contributed. Ultimately, everyone who is dressed is going to have to be ready to go. We’re dealing with a couple injuries that we had – some [other] guys got some action. It’s a long year. Everyone has to contribute. [We have] a lot of things to improve on. Obviously, [I’m] happy to win, but we’ve got to keep turning it up a notch.”

With some of the fore-mentioned injuries applying to the receiving core, second year wide-out Scotty Miller has had more of an opportunity to shine and produce in a big way. Brady was asked to detail the 47-yard pass to Miller in the second quarter.

“Great play by Scotty – he got behind the defense. They kind of jumped the strong side of the route. Scotty was kind of running back over the top of it, I threw it up there and gave him a chance and he made a great catch. He’s done a great job for us, he’s a tough guy and he’s got a lot of heart. All of the receivers did a good job today – tight ends [and] the line did a great job. We’ve just got to close some things out and stop getting behind. In the second half, we had a lot of long-yard situations that we didn’t overcome. Sometimes you can, but percentages are probably that you are not. We’ve got to figure out how to stay on the field.”

Check out the video for more from TB12 on his thoughts about the growth of the offense and more!

 

 


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