Jamaal Williams found a pretty funny way to rip Tom Brady.
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a rare primetime slip-up when he lost against Nick Foles and the Chicago Bears, a loss that was aided partially by Brady thinking that his failed fourth-down pass was third down, which earned him a spanking on social media. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are next up on the schedule, and their roster isn’t going to let Brady’s mistake slide.
Packers running back Jamaal Williams, known as a bit of jokester, was not going to let a layup like Brady’s senior moment go without mockery, as he thinks that Rodgers will have the edge over Brady because he never forgets what down it is.
Tom Brady will take on Aaron Rodgers in one of Week 6’s best games
Brady’s Buccaneers are currently 3-2 and in a three-way tie for first place in the NFC South. While Brady has performed well, Tampa’s defense ranks second in yards allowed, and that could be a challenge against a Packers offense that has rolled against some of the league’s worst defenses in 2020.
Rodgers is playing at an MVP-level clip right now, completing 70 percent of his passes with 13 touchdowns and no picks on 10.6 yards per attempt. While he will face one of the league’s best secondaries could help cool Rodgers off after his blazing start, the return of Davante Adams could give the Packers another vertical weapon. With Williams and Aaron Jones handling things on the ground, defensive coordinator Todd Bowles needs to have a masterful gameplan cooked up.
As long as Brady keeps a vigilant eye on the line judge and doesn’t get his 43-year-old wires crossed, Tampa Bay should be able to give Green Bay all they can handle considering how stacked they are on both sides of the ball.