[ Esp - Eng ] NFL | Semana 4 | Duelo Patrick Mahomes vs Tom Brady 🏈 Week 4 | Patrick Mahomes vs Tom Brady Duel
We continue dear readers with another duel awaited by the fans, this time a game that looked like the rendition of Super Bowl 55 between the Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers on February 7, 2021, except that on that occasion Tampa Bay gave a beating to Kansas City with a score of 31 to 9, where Brady threw 3 touchdowns, while Patrick Mahones had a nightmare night where he could not score touchdowns, he was intercepted 2 times and was caught 3 times.
This Sunday, October 2, the scenario was the same, Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the particular series of 14 games between these two franchises is in favor of Tampa Bay 8 to 6, as for the historical head-to-head between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes they have faced each other 4 times, Brady leads the personal series 4 to 1. Before Sunday's meeting, each team came with a balance of 2 wins and 1 loss.
En la tabla que sigue a continuación damos a conocer las estadísticas de Tom Brady y Patrick Mahomes correspondientes a la temporada regular del 2021, de esta manera veremos cuáles fueron las fortalezas y debilidades de ambos mariscales de campo. Después pasaremos a realizar un resumen del duelo entre los dos equipos en la semana 4, para finalizar analizando y comentando las claves de la victoria del vencedor, así como también los fallos del perdedor.
In the table below we will show the statistics of Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes for the 2021 regular season, so we will see what were the strengths and weaknesses of both quarterbacks. Then we will summarize the duel between the two teams in week 4, to finish analyzing and commenting on the keys to the victory of the winner, as well as the failures of the loser.
|Super Bowls ganados - Super Bowls won|
As we can see, Tom Brady beats Patrick Mahomes in every statistic except age, where he is currently the only quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl before age 25. The interesting thing about this game is that we will see two antagonistic offensive systems developing, the old school one and the one that is gaining more ground in college and pro football
Brady's system is based on the aerial game, while Patrick Mahomes presents an offensive system that is already being imposed on the new generations of quarterbacks, this is versatile, where the quarterback among his offensive weapons has the air game, but also the ground game, where the result is lethal, and where Mahomes has more depth in his attacks and in less time approaching the records. There is no doubt that we will see experience vs. youth in action.
Resumen de la 1.ª mitad | Summary of the 1st half
It is important to note that Tampa Bay comes into the game as the best defense in the first 3 weeks of the season, it is the defense that has allowed the fewest touchdowns until week 3 with 27 points. The game started with the initial kickoff by Kansas City, but when the Tampa Bay RB Rashaad White #29 throws the ball, he does not secure it well and it is snatched by Kansas City, this fumble is immediately materialized by Kansas City with a pass from Mahones to their TE Travis Kelce #87, this way Kansas goes up in the scoreboard 7 to 0 due to a mistake running the ball.
Kansas City's defense was as dominant as never before, very dominant throughout the 1st and 2nd quarters, Kansas' defensive pressure on the protection pocket was so great that they only allowed a field goal to Tampa Bay in the 1st quarter, and the pressure on Tom Brady was constant during the 1st half of the game, but the Kansas offense was thirsty to score again and scored another touchdown on the ground with a pass from Mahomes to the running back (RB) Clyde Edwards-Helaire.
During the 2nd quarter we enjoyed a give and take of luxury touchdowns by both teams, 2 for Kansas City and 2 for Tampa Bay, despite the defensive formation of Kansas called Blitz Tom Brady was able to get out of it, and connect with short passes to his open runner Mike Evans #13 who scored the 2 touchdowns. Kansas City's 1st touchdown came on a spectacular play action by Mahones that was picked off by running back (RB) Clyde Edwards-Helaire #25, and Kansas' 2nd touchdown by a tight end (TE) Noah Gray #83. In the 2nd quarter there was a sack of Tom Brady by the Kansas defense, and also a pass interception by Kansas, both plays allowed each team to score touchdowns, and the 1st half score ended 28-17 in favor of Kansas City.
Resumen de la 2.ª mitad | Summary of the 2nd half
The 2nd half of the duel was overwhelmed by the offense and the powerful Kansas City defense, in the 3rd quarter the performance of Patrick Mahones was out of this world, we seemed to be watching spectacular plays that we like so much from the Madden simulator (video game), but no, they were so real that they seemed to be supported by some magic. In this quarter the Kansas offense was based on formations, I, shotgun, pistol, and jumbo which could not be read by the Tampa Bay defense, in our opinion they were crushed, Kansas had 2 touchdowns, the 1st a 44-yard field goal, and the 2nd a touchdown pass from Mahomes to his tight end Joe Fortson #88.
In the 3rd quarter the Kansas defense was careless and was drilled by the Tampa offense, who with 44 seconds left in the quarter, in 3rd and goal opportunity scored by land through a pass from Brady to the rookie running back (RB) Rachaad White #29 from Arizona State University, this was the only mistake of Kansas defensively, which cost them a touchdown, but with all that Kansas City Chiefs won comfortably by a difference of 14 points.
The last quarter started with a catch by Mahomes, but Tampa Bay could not be consistent to pierce the Kansas defense, so the reaction of the Kansas offense was after 9 plays and 46 yards a 32-yard field goal, on the other hand, Tampa Bay would achieve with their last breath only a touchdown by Tom Brady pass to their running back (RB) Leonard Fournette #7 with 3 minutes and 30 seconds left after this touchdown Kansas focused on making all the following plays on the ground to burn the possession clock and win the game.
The 2nd most anticipated game of the season could not have been better, we saw among the most important aspects how Kansas City's defense nullified Tom Brady's entire arsenal of offensive weapons, but despite that, the lord of the 7 rings had a better performance than his rival, Patrick Mahomes. Brady threw 3 touchdown passes for 385 yards| he had no pass interceptions and no catches either. Despite Brady's numbers, he did not have the proper support from his receivers and running backs, as evidenced by the 6 total yards gained on the ground during the entire game.
Another key point to highlight was the versatile game of Kansas City led by Mahones, and the outstanding performance of the defense that without being the best in the league put a retaining wall to the offense commanded by Tom Brady, another key factor were the 2 lost balls of Tampa Bay that Kansas City recovered and materialized in touchdowns, as last key factors of the triumph of Kansas City Chiefs we have: Time of possession of the egg 38:38 vs. Tampa's 21:22, Kansas' ground yards were the nails in the buccaneers' coffin, 19 carries for 92 yards and a touchdown vs. 3 carries for 6 and 1 touchdown by Tampa Bay. In our opinion the victory was achieved by a defiant and powerful defense, very well oiled and in harmony with the offense, the all-around performance of Mahones throwing and running with the ball, Mahones had a spectacular night for the accuracy of his passes even though he was caught 3 times and had a pass intercepted.
Finally, we leave our readers with an old maxim of this sport, attributed to Green Bay Packers head coach Vince Lombardi (the Super Bowl trophy bears his name), he said: If you control the possession clock and also have a good defense, the offense will have no problem winning the game.
📌 Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) Notice to the reader My mother tongue is Spanish, so please excuse me for any grammatical or syntax errors in the translation of this content. Descargo de responsabilidad ⚠️ Disclaimer2022 NFL Enterprises LLC. NFL y el diseño del escudo de la NFL son marcas registradas de la National Football League.Los nombres de los equipos, los logotipos y los diseños de los uniformes son marcas registradas de los equipos indicados. Todas las demás marcas comerciales relacionadas con la NFL son marcas comerciales de la National Football League. Imágenes de la NFL © NFL Productions LLC. | 2022 NFL Enterprises LLC. NFL and the NFL shield design are trademarks of the National Football League. Team names, logos, and uniform designs are the teams' trademarks. All other NFL-related trademarks are trademarks of the National Football League. NFL Images © NFL Productions LLC.
Todas las estadísticas empleadas en la elaboración de este post son números oficiales de la National Football League (NFL) | All statistics used in this post are official numbers from the National Football League (NFL) | www.nfl.com
Original Content by @jakim7
Copyright @jakim7 | All Rights Reserved 2022 |
Animated Banner Created By @zord189