On Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face the Seattle Seahawks in Munich, Germany, and supporters have already witnessed something that very few American
NFL fans have ever had the opportunity to experience live. Tom Brady was involved in an interception in which he was not the quarterback.
In the midst of the third quarter, with a 14-3 lead, the Bucs decided to put on a little show. Tom Brady, 45, lined up like a wide receiver, and the ball was snapped immediately
to running back Leonard Fournette. Fournette then threw the ball toward Brady, possibly expecting that no one would bother to cover him. Unfortunately, not only was Tariq Woolen present
, but Brady also stumbled and fell before the ball arrived, resulting in a very simple interception. This probably worked considerably better on paper than in practice.
As the fourth quarter begins, Tampa Bay holds a 21-3 lead against Seattle after the Seahawks failed to convert on fourth-down. Nonetheless, we suspect that this failed
trick play will be the only aspect of the first NFL regular-season game played in Germany that people will remember. And based on the responses on Twitter,