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Buccaneers aren't worried about Tom Brady's tough debut, receiver Chris Godwin says
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Tom Brady’s lukewarm performance during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Week 1 loss to the New Orleans Saints isn't a cause for panic in the team’s locker room, according to one of the team’s star wide receivers, Chris Godwin.
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Brady threw two interceptions during a Buccaneers debut that featured multiple miscommunications on offense. Godwin, who led the Buccaneers with six catches for 79 yards last Sunday, attributed the offense’s struggles to a lack of reps during the NFL’s disjointed preseason and said he doesn’t “have any concerns at all” about Brady’s ability to return to star form.
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“The Saints did a really good job of doing what they do and sticking to their game plan, but for us, we have to make sure that we’re making the right plays, we’re not killing ourselves with penalties or turnovers,” Godwin told FOX Business. “I think those things will continue to get better, I think our continuity will continue to grow and get better as well. It’s going to take a little bit of time, we didn’t have any preseason so it’s going to take a couple of games for us to really get rolling, but once we do – watch out.”