Tom Brady delivers Bucs’ win with late touchdown pass

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It was a disturbing game on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ sideline. That didn’t cause Tom Brady to lose his focus Sunday against the New York Jets Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

In a second half that saw Antonio Brown have a sideline meltdown and strip down before running off the field, Brady led a comeback in the fourth quarter.

The Jets led 24-10 in the third quarter before the Bucs rallied for the last 18 points and a 28-24 victory.

Brady threw a TD pass good for 33 yards to Cyril Grayson with 15 seconds left to cap the comeback that upped Tampa Bay’s record to 12-4.

The winning drive covered 93 yards and 9 plays. Brady threw for 410 yards and 3 TD passes in the game.

In a strange twist, this was the Bucs’ first road win over the Jets.