The Baltimore Ravens defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, handing Tom Brady his third straight defeat.

Tom Brady is a poor guy. Three straight in an unpleasant manner.

What a severe dilemma for the legendary quarterback and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers

who on Thursday night were trounced 27-22 by the Baltimore Ravens in a game that wasn't as close as the final score suggested.

And it came with a unique distinction: in a contest between two past NFL MVP quarterbacks

Brady has dropped three straight games for the first time in two decades, looking like a shell of himself.

A depleted Bucs defence was worn down by the Ravens (5-3) who ran for a staggering 231 yards

and finished two drives with precise touchdown throws from Lamar Jackson, who completed 238 of his passes for 238 yards and no interceptions.

Brady completed 26 of 44 passes for 325 yards without throwing an interception.

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