Buccaneers: Antonio Brown puts future in question with shocking display

Antonio Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Antonio Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports /

Antonio Brown may be done with the Buccaneers.

The world is tired of hearing about Antonio Brown and the Buccaneers, but it looks like the drama from the past weeks was nothing compared to what we just saw on the field.

The game against the Jets is not going great, and the disconnect on both sides of the ball is clear. The offense is struggling to move the ball against a weak Jets defense, and the frustration is starting to boil over.

Nothing puts this in perspective more than what we just saw with Antonio Brown.

During the middle of an offensive series, Brown was seen taking off his pads on the sideline, throwing his gloves into the stands, and then running into the tunnel with his shirt off.

Brown’s teammates were seen trying to calm him down, but he clearly wasn’t having it.

While the context is necessary to understanding why the situation occurred, there is very little that will excuse behavior like this. One of your best players seemingly quitting when the team needs him most is the exact opposite of what Tampa needs right now, and there is no way that Bruce Arians and company see this as something they can tolerate.

The biggest shame of the entire situation is that we haven’t seen this from Brown on the field during his time with the Bucs. Antonio Brown has been a model teammate on the field, but this is too egregious to overlook, even for a talent like AB.

Tampa has shown that it is willing to overlook a lot if the level of play is good, but no team can brush something like this off.

This is a terrible look for the Buccaneers, and it looks like they will now be down another key wide receiver down the stretch in the playoffs. A bad day only gets worse for the Bucs.

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