Tampa Bay will go with its most up to date look this Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons for the customary season finale at Raymond James Stadium.
The Buccaneers reported going with the all-pewter look on Wednesday through Twitter.
This Sunday, we wear pewter.#WallpaperWednesday pic.twitter.com/f6yuTJHx4m
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) December 30, 2020
All-pewter turned into another alternative for the Bucs following the uniform redesign between the 2019 and 2020 seasons. The Bucs previously wore all-pewter in Week 3 against the Denver Broncos, a 28-10 triumph out and about. Tampa’s subsequent time wearing everything pewter didn’t go too in a 27-24 misfortune at home against the Los Angeles Rams, the last time Bucs whiz Tom Brady posted a quarterback rating under 90.
Brady and the Bucs will hope to end the normal season on a high note and secure the fifth seed for the NFC Playoffs. The Bucs will play in the postseason unexpectedly since 2007.
While Brady hasn’t been wonderful since his late capture ruined the Bucs’ rebound changes against the Rams, he’s looked more like the six-time Super Bowl victor preparing for a season finisher run in the previous month.
Brady posted quarterback appraisals of 96.1, 120.9, 110.4, and 158.3 in the post four games while tossing for 11 scores and two interferences.
Long-lasting partner and tight end Rob Gronkowski supported a portion of Brady’s resurgence. Gronk posted a 106-yard accepting game, 9.7 yards per get in another, and a two-score execution in his latest game. Bucs lead trainer Bruce Arians believes in Gronk’s advancement per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times on Twitter.
#GoBucs mentor Bruce Arians says Rob Gronkowski has surpassed his assumptions. He will begin his sixteenth game Sunday. Says he resembles he’s improving and simply finding his sweet spot.
— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) December 30, 2020
Brady and Gronk hope to make a big difference for that step and lead the Bucs to their initial 11-win season since 2005 against the Falcons on Sunday.