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Tom Brady and Buccaneers lose to Rams in divisional round


Tom Brady and Buccaneers lose to Rams in divisional round

Tom Brady’s luck just ran out.Image: Getty Images


The luck has run out for the L.O.A.T. — the Luckiest Of All-Time.

That’s what I have been calling Tom Brady for years. Without question, the moniker fits.

Sure, Brady is the most accomplished quarterback the NFL has seen when you count his seven Super Bowls victories in 10 tries. We get that.

But along the way, you would be honestly hard-pressed to deny that most of his success in the postseason, on the big stage, has been damn lucky.


And no one wants to hear those damn cliches: I’d rather be lucky than good. Or luck happens when preparation meets opportunity.

No, Brady has had the good fortune of things going his way time after time.

Normally, it’s a team self-destructing and setting up Brady to swoop in in the final minutes and steal a game he had no business winning.

But not Sunday. That lucky rabbit’s foot must have fallen out of his pocket.

Brady lost. Yes, his Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell 30-27 to the Los Angeles Rams after tying the game with 45 seconds left.

Brady minions were jumping around, proclaiming he’s the G.O.A.T., a miracle worker, just a winner no matter the odds.

The euphoric feeling, however, didn’t last.

In a blink of an eye, the Rams moved the ball down field and kicked a game-winning field goal to crush Brady and his incredible run of good luck.

Brady and the Bucs were eliminated from the playoffs and sent home.

Thank goodness.

Many in NFL America went into the game with the hope of A.B.B. — Anybody But Brady. Even if it meant rooting for Rams QB Matthew Stafford.

And for most of the game, it appeared as if it was a foregone conclusion that the Rams were moving onto the NFC Championship Game. And that America would be Brady-free for the rest of the postseason. And the only way Brady would get to the Super Bowl in Los Angeles is if he bought a ticket.

Then Brady’s luck kicked in.

After all, they trailed, 20-3, at the half and looked dead in the water.

Then the Rams came undone and tried to literally fumble the game away to Brady and the Bucs.

Before the half, the Rams fumbled at the Tampa Bay one-yard line. In all, the Rams…

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