Tampa Bay Buccaneers ended a three-game losing streak. When the Buccaneers play the Seahawks in Week 10 of the 2022 NFL season in Munich, Germany, they are looking to keep their winning streak going. The Buccaneers will continue to lead the NFC South with a victory in this game. Here are our Week 10 Buccaneers predictions for their game against the Seahawks.
Last week, the Buccaneers completed their task and got back in the win column. Naturally, only time will tell if Tom Brady’s game-winning drive for Tampa Bay signaled the beginning of better things to come. They are currently attempting to win their second straight game, this time in Germany against the unexpected Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks have been among the league’s hottest teams, speaking of which. After defeating the Arizona Cardinals 31-21, they have won four straight games.
Here are our four audacious predictions for the Buccaneers’ Week 10 matchup with the Seahawks in light of all of the aforementioned factors.
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4. Cade Otton has another solid showing
Tigers TE This season, Cade Otton is improving his reputation. As the Buccaneers’ top receiver against the Rams, he has continued to excel for this group. He hauled in five passes for 68 yards, including the decisive score. Otton is truly blossoming, which has been a welcome discovery for the offensive.
Naturally, we should keep a watch on Cameron Brate as we head into Week 10. But even if Brate performs in Munich, Otton shouldn’t be significantly impacted. He has a promising matchup against the Seahawks. Be aware that Seattle hasn’t had much luck this season restricting opposing tight ends. Otton is gaining more than 40 yards per carry when playing the Seahawks.
3. Leonard Fournette gets major yards thru the air
RB Leonard Fournette of Tampa Bay has had a disappointing season. He apparently became irate because he was left off of the last drive before halftime last week. The Buccaneers’ rookie running back Rashaad White has actually seen more action. Fournette, meanwhile, hasn’t recently demonstrated anything notable to persuade the Buccaneers’ coaching staff that he should receive more runs.
Although Fournette is unquestionably a good running back, he hasn’t met the Buccaneers’ needs or expectations. To be clear, he continues to be the undisputed captain of this backfield.
]We are more worried about Fournette’s job security as the game closes. You should bear that in mind as this weekend approaches. Keep in mind that Fournette is 67th in yards after contact per attempt among the 71 running backs with at least 20 runs.
As a result, we anticipate Fournette will need to acquire his yards through the air this week against the Seahawks. With his 12.8 percent target share against a receiving back-friendly defense that ranks 30th in DVOA, it ought to be achievable. In Week 10, we predict that he will get more than 50 total yards.
2. Tom Brady breaks a record in Munich
Tom Brady hasn’t exactly been the GOAT-worthy player he usually is this year. He has only played in one game with a passer rating in the triple digits and one game with multiple touchdowns.
But we believe that he and this team will reach a turning point in this game in Germany. To begin with, Brady likes taking part in international competitions. In three career international games, he has never lost. In these games, he actually passed for 952 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions. Additionally, he is just 258 yards away from breaking Blake Bortles’ record for the most passing yards in a career outside of the US.
Brady is anticipated to smash that record in Munich. He’ll amass more than 280 all-purpose yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions.
1. Buccaneers rise to the occasion and win in Munich
The Seahawks have been a pleasant surprise this season, but they haven’t yet seen a monster with the stature of Tom Brady. Again, Brady enjoys competing internationally. He is perfect in the NFL International Series, throwing for 10 touchdowns and 317.3 yards per game on average.
Tampa Bay’s offense has been terrible this year, but Seattle isn’t unbeatable either. Even though this isn’t a typical away game, the Seahawks have allowed the fourth most touchdown passes and the 12th most passing yards per game on the road this year. It might be a day when Brady and his receivers feast now that the Bucs’ pass catchers are getting close to full health. The chance is available. The Bucs must take advantage.
In Munich, we think Brady & Co. will do admirably. They’re gaining strength every day, and they have a tonne of momentum going into Week 10. Keep an eye out for them to become hotter from their passing. Of course, we anticipate the Seahawks to fight hard here as well. However, the Buccaneers should prevail in a close game and start to significantly improve their season.