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Spark Trader Limited reports:

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the New York Giants 30-10 in Monday night football.

Brady threw for 307 passing yards and two touchdowns, ending Milwaukee’s two-game losing streak Monday night and continuing the Giants’ season struggles.
The 44-year-old avoided a three-game losing streak for the first time since 2002.
It was the 104th time in Brady’s career that he has passed for more than 300 yards. Only Drew Brees has 123 such games in NFL history.
After Tampa Bay’s disappointing loss to the Washington football team in Week 10, Brady appeared dejected during his postgame news conference.
On Monday night, however, the veteran quarterback looked more content.
“We’re playing better,” Brady said with a smile. “When we play better, it’s better for all of us.”
He added: “We are playing well but we can play better than we are. Hopefully our best football is ahead of us.”
A record-breaking night at 300 pounds
After two lackluster performances, Monday night started much better for the Bucks.
Brady connected with Chris Godwin on a 13-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter to give the home team an early lead.
However, the former New England Patriots quarterback’s interception pass in the second quarter allowed New York to tie the game.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones scored a touchdown to make it 10-10, but the Cobs turned the game around from there.
Brady was nearly flawless the rest of the game as Tampa Bay’s defense stymied the Giants’ offense.
Jones was sacked twice and threw two interceptions against Steve McClendon and Mike Edwards, while Ronald Jones ran for Tampa Bay’s third touchdown.

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Giants running back Saquon Barkley runs past Buccaneers linebacker Joe Tryon-Shoinka and safety Jordan Whitehead.
It was the first time in NFL history that a 300-pounder scored a touchdown (Thomas) and a 300-pounder threw an interception (McClendon) in the same game.
It was an especially big play for Bucks wide receiver Mike Evans, who made the team’s history books when he caught a 5-yard pass from Brady.
It was Evans’ 72nd touchdown for the team, breaking Mike Alstott’s record of 71 for the Most touchdowns for the Bucks.
Evans can add records to his growing resume of Tampa Bay history.
He already holds Bucks records for receptions, receiving yards, touchdowns and 100-yard receiving games.
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He also holds single-season records for receiving yards and touchdowns and is tied for the most touchdowns in a season.
He has scored 10 touchdowns this year, the fourth time in eight NFL seasons he has reached double figures in touchdowns.
“As a player, as a teammate, as a friend, as a leader, he’s amazing in every way,” Evans’ Brady said. “I love being with him, I love playing with him. He really set the tone for that crowd. He had a great night.”

By Ethan