Monday night’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints game at Raymond James Stadium was a nationally televised reminder of the jubilation of seeing an unpredictable comeback story unfold.
After being held to just three points for the first 55 minutes of the contest, and with some fans heading to the exits shaking their heads, Tom Brady and the Bucs offense came to life and capped off a remarkable finish with a 6-yard touchdown pass from Brady to Rachaad White with just three seconds left on the clock.
Joe Tryon-Shoyinka donned a pair of stunning custom One More Child Mom Strong cleats during the game as part of the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats program.
This is the second consecutive season the 23-year-old defensive end represented One More Child’s Single Mom’s Program amid the league’s annual highlighting of nonprofits.
Special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong and Buccaneers’ reporter Casey Phillips also wore custom One More Child kicks to Monday’s game.
“That was the best football game ever! Just incredible,” said 12-year-old Kayanni who, along with his adoptive sister Bryelle, sat in the Tryon-Shoyinka Strong Squad section sporting One More Child +1 jerseys and Bucs hats.
The Strong Squad is a section of seats reserved for One More Child families who attend the game as Tryon-Shoyinka’s guests as a part of his ongoing commitment to rally people to support One More Child’s work with single moms.
“If you want to make an impact for children, you have to partner with One More Child!” Bryelle exclaimed.
Tyron-Shoyinka agrees and, like Kayanni, is a fan of “the comeback.”
Joe and his sister, Julia, reaped the benefits of being raised by an incredible single mom, Andrea, who defied the odds by working several jobs at once and finding other ways to help them chase their dreams.
One More Child hopes to raise $250,000 as part of its Mom Strong campaign to support single mothers and their children.
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