Tom Brady throws 2 INTs in Buccaneers debut, Bruce Arians says they were his fault


Tom Brady's Tampa Bay debut did not go as planned.

The quarterback threw two interceptions, including a pick-6 in a 34-23 loss to the Saints. Brady completed 23-of-36 passes for 239 yards, while adding a rushing touchdown, but he was not pleased afterwards.

"I've lost plenty of games in my career," Brady said to reporters. "I know I don't like it. But it happens. We just gotta do a better job."

As for the interceptions, head coach Bruce Arians said they were both on Brady.

“One was a miscommunication between he and Mike [Evans],” Arians said. “He thought Mike was going down the middle. It’s a different coverage. Mike read it right. He should’ve bent across his face, but Tom just overthrew it. The other one was a screen pass with an outlet called. He threw the outlet, and there was a pick six. Bad decision.”

Brady and the Bucs will host the Panthers next Sunday afternoon.