The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are now at 2-2 in the year after their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, 41-31. This was their second consecutive loss,
after they lost to the Green Bay Packers last week, 14-12. Tom Brady and Co. now turn their attention
towards a matchup with the Atlanta Falcons which will determine which team takes control of the NFC South.
Brady would experience a historic losing streak on Sunday if the Bucs are defeated by the Falcons. ESPN's Jeff Darlington
points to the fact that Brady has lost three consecutive games only once in his entire career -- in 2002, two decades earlier.
Brady has lost three straight in his career. It was actually a four-game losing streak between Weeks 4, 8 and 8, 2002, when Brady was still with the New England Patriots.
Brady suffered back to back losses in both his first and second seasons with Tampa. But, he has never lost the third time in a row.