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Frustrated Tom Brady Broke Tablet Again at Same Stadium Months Later

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was again seen frustratedly smashing a tablet during a game against the New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome.

The Buccaneers were trailing 3-0 in the third quarter when Brady appeared to throw a Microsoft tablet to the ground in frustration, as he did last December during Tampa Bay's 9-0 Sunday Night Football primetime loss in Week 15 of the 2021 NFL season.

This time, however, the incident proceeded to a Buccaneers rally in which the team outscored the Saints, 20-7, during the remainder of the second half to win 20-10.

''It's an emotional game,'' Brady said after the game via Yahoo Sports. ''A little bit of execution helps all the way around. I thought the defense played well again and the offensive line fought hard."

''Tough game all around,'' Brady added. ''That is a really good team, really well coached - a team we really struggle with. So, it feels good to win.''

Brady finished Sunday's game with 190 yards and a touchdown on 18 of 34 passing, having been held under 200 passing yards for the first time since December 2020.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion is the NFL's all-time passing leader for yards and touchdowns, as well as quarterback wins, among numerous other records.

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