It's difficult to imagine that this season is what Tom Brady had in mind when he announced his comeback in March.
According to NFL.com, Brady and the Buccaneers currently have a losing record through seven games for the first time in 20 years.
And if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lose to the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night, the season might become even worse.
Brady has never experienced this as the starting quarterback of the Buccaneers; if they lose, their win record will drop two games below.500, according to CBS Sports.
In terms of points scored per game, Tampa Bay is ranked No. 26, while Brady is No. 16 in the league in terms of passing touchdowns.
According to ESPN, he has eight passing touchdowns through seven games, or 1.14 touchdowns per game.