The Buccaneers managed to secure a 30-20 victory over the Saints on Sunday, which sets up a matchup vs. the Packers in the NFC Championship. However, it’s possible that the Bucs will be without one of their top wide receivers. Brown suffered a knee injury during that contest, and he will undergo an MRI to determine the severity of that injury. His availability at practice will ultimately be important to monitor heading into Sunday’s matchup vs. the Packers.
Despite the win, the Bucs’ passing game was largely ineffective vs. the Saints. Brown finished with just one catch for 10 yards, and Mike Evans and Chris Godwin combined for just five catches for 37 yards. The real star of that game was the Buccaneers’ defense, which forced four turnovers vs. the Saints. Things likely won’t be as easy for them vs. Aaron Rodgers, so Tom Brady and the offense will need to play better if they hope to advance to the Super Bowl.
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