Tom Brady appears to lose track of downs on his final play in Buccaneers' loss to Bears

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The Buccaneers' final offensive play Thursday didn't feature what we're used to seeing from star quarterback Tom Brady.

Not only wasn't Brady able to lead his team to a game-winning score after getting the ball with 1:13 remaining and Tampa Bay down 20-19 to Chicago at Soldier Field, but the punctuation to Brady's night was particularly unexpected.

After throwing an incomplete pass on fourth down with 33 seconds remaining, ending the Buccaneers' hopes of a comeback, Brady could be seen holding up four fingers -- seemingly gesturing that his team had another down.

But his final incomplete pass was a fourth-down play, with the Bucs needing six yards for a first down at their own 41 yard-line with 42 seconds remaining and no timeouts.

That sealed the Bears' 20-19 win. Brady was 25-for-41 for 253 yards and one touchdown.