The Bengals made Brady turn the ball over four times in a row, which made history.
The Cincinnati Bengals beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 34–23 to win their sixth straight game.
The Bengals were behind 17-0 late in the first half, but they were able to kick a field goal as time ran out so they were behind 17-3 at the half.
The Bengals then scored 31 straight points in the second half and 34 straight points overall, giving them a 34-17 lead. They went on to improve their record to 10-4 and take over first place in the AFC North.
Tom Brady threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns against Lou Anarumo’s defence, but it was one of the worst games of his career.
Brady turned the ball over four times, which is his career high for a single game.
This is the second time in his career that he has turned the ball over on four straight possessions. The last time was in Week 7 of 2001, when they played the Denver Broncos.
Even more impressive was the fact that this was the first time Brady had ever lost a home NFL game after being up 17-0.
The Bengals turned those turnovers into 21 points and a 27-17 lead at the start of the fourth quarter.
This came after Brady said earlier this week that the Bengals had a “pretty tough defence.” Lou Anarumo’s defence played very well, and Joe Burrow and the offence did a great job of taking advantage of those chances. You can be sure that the defence heard that very clearly.