Dallas players confident they will beat Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers despite poor H2H record

The Dallas Cowboys have never managed to beat a team which included NFL star Tom Brady in their roster. Brady boasts a spectacular 7-0 record against the Cowboys.

He has beaten them five times with the New England Patriots and another two times with his current team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Next time he will face Dallas is on Monday as his Buccaneers are hosting the Cowboys at the Raymond James Stadium.

In his seven duels against Dallas, Brady has registered a 95 passer rating, having thrown for 277.9 yards per games. He also recorded 15 touchdowns to just five interceptions.

Yet, Cowboys‘ safety Jayron Kearse is confident that his team will manage to come out victorious from the clash against the Buccaneers.

“It’s 2023,” he said.

“He ain’t beat us this year. That’s all we’re worried about.”

Dallas haven’t faced the Buccaneers this calendar year, but they lost to Tampa Bay earlier this season.

“No, not at all,” defensive end Demarcus Lawrence replied when he was asked if Brady‘s record against Dallas mattered.

Meanwhile, the Cowboys owner Jerry Jones claimed that the Brady factor is something to take into consideration, but he believes his team can beat the Bucs on the road.

“Well, we’re at their home,” he noted.

Brady is a factor, but you know when you really think about it, we’re not playing Brady.

“We’re playing Tampa Bay, the team. And it’s conceivable that we could make Brady not play well and get their tails beat by the rest of the team.

“This Brady thing has got to be sensitive. I know it’s there, and I respect that. Gives us a challenge to do something we haven’t done before and that’s beat Tom Brady.”