4. Tampa Bay Bucs
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were in full control of the Buffalo Bills for three quarters. Bills fans were surely frustrated by this since they spent 20 years losing to Brady while he was with the Patriots — which is the same team that beat the Bills a week ago.
Then, fans had to start feeling better as Tampa Bay gave up 17 points in the final quarter which sent the game to overtime. That was when the Bucs defense finally made a stand. They forced a three-and-out, getting the ball back for Brady and the offense, needing just a field goal to win.
Brady got more than that as he hit Breshad Perriman on a deep pass, which went 58-yards for a touchdown. The walk-off 33-27 win improved the Bucs to 10-3 as they once again reminded us all that they’re one of the best teams in the NFC — even if we want to try and look elsewhere at times.
The veteran quarterback wasn’t alone in Week 14 when it came to making big plays. Chris Godwin had 105 yards on 10 receptions and Mike Evans had 91 yards on six receptions with a touchdown. Leonard Fournette also went off with 113 yards on 19 rushes with a score.
This is one of the better teams in the entire NFL and if they can get their defense on track, they could make another run this season.