Buccaneers: Offense not satisfied with recent dominance
The offense of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been rolling so far in 2021. However, that doesn’t mean the Buccaneers are satisfied or are being complacent. They’re hungry for more and want to get even better.
The offensive display the Buccaneers have been putting on in 2021 has been downright offensive to the rest of the league. (Pardon the pun, couldn’t help it). Seriously though, the beatdown they’ve been inflicting on opposting teams has been a sight to behold. The banged-up defense, namely the secondary, is coming along, but the offense has been the main reason for the team’s sustained success carrying over into 2021 from 2020.
Tom Brady is on pace to have his greatest season ever, which given his career, is saying a pretty decent amount, to put it lightly. However, considering he is, along with Michael Jordan, the most competitive human on the face of the planet, naturally, he isn’t going to sit by and be satisfied with what he and the Bucs offense has accomplished so far.
Side note, given the competitive nature of those two legendary athletes, and their shared “GOAT” status, maybe there’s something to be said about being overly competitive. Remember that for your next family game night if someone tells you to calm down or take it down a notch.
When asked about the possibility of coming out in the third quarter during the Buccaneers’ shellacking of the Chicago Bears, Brady said how it was only the seventh game, and the Bucs have a lot to improve on. That is downright scary, and the NFL should be terrified, just in time for Halloween.
Brady’s attitude is one that is carrying over to the rest of the locker room. Wide receiver Chris Godwin said after the game that everyone in the locker room agreed that the offense left a lot of points out there. The score was 38-3.
The fact of the matter is, with Brady at the helm and the entire team buying in, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t going anywhere. They are here to stay and should be favorites to get back to the Super Bowl. How’s that for a scary Halloween thought NFL. Boo!