I was told that the Buccaneers signed Tom Brady to replace Jameis Winston this year, but I'm starting to feel like all they did was give a Brady jersey to Jamies and that Winston is still Tampa Bay's quarterback, because that's the only way to explain how badly Brady played on Thursday during the Rams' 27-24 win.
- Tom Brady was horrible. It's not often that you can put pretty much all the blame for a loss on Tom Brady, but I think we can do that in this game. I'm not sure if Father Time has finally caught up with Brady, but the 43-year-old looked absolutely horrible. Not only did he misfire on multiple deep balls, but he also threw two very ugly interceptions. If you want to see how ugly, click here.
- Jared Goff was unstoppable. The irony of this game is that the way Tom Brady played on Monday is how I thought Jared Goff was going to play. If any QB was going to get flustered and struggle, I thought for sure it would be Goff, but instead, the Rams quarterback had one of his best games of the season, throwing for 376 yards and three touchdowns.
- Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods went off. Goff completed 39 passes and 23 of those went to the combination of Kupp and Woods, who ran circles around Tampa Bay's secondary. Kupp finished the game with 11 catches for 145 yards while Woods tallied 130 yards and a touchdown on 10 catches. Their performance marked just the fourth time in NFL history that two teammates both finished a game with 11 or more catches for 130 or more yards.