Trailing 14-3 after a dismal first half, the Seattle Seahawks needed a big play, and perhaps a big break, to fight back. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Sunday’s game at Munich’s Allianz Arena. They got both in one game.

It came from some sick trickery by Tampa Bay. The Bucs marched to the Seattle 22-yard line midway through the third quarter as they lined up against the Wildcat formation. Leonard Fournette He sprinted straight across the field before trying to throw to Brady. Brady slid downfield and the pass was easily picked off by the rookie cornerback Tariq Woolen.

He gave the Seahawks an extra 15 yards on a fumble penalty on Brady.

It was Tampa Bay’s first interception thrown since Week 1 and Woolen’s fifth of the season, setting the record for the Defensive Rookie of the Year. It was Brady’s fifth career target (including playoffs), according to ESPN Stats & Info.

The Seahawks were outscored 208-57 in the first half as Tampa Bay jumped out to a 14-0 lead.



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