A high school coach should be able to win football games with a roster this talented alongside Tom Brady. How the Bucs are this bad with the GOAT seems impossible to come to terms with.
The Buccaneers have one of the worst offenses in the NFL with Tom Brady at quarterback. That sentence should never be written.
The idea that Brady could be a part of such a terrible and conservative offense boggles the mind when you look at his performance alongside Tampa’s over the past few years, but here we are.
The GOAT is impossibly on pace for his fewest touchdowns in a season since his rookie year when he took over the starting job for the Patriots, and this is coming on the heels of an MVP-caliber season as the centerpiece of one of the best offenses in the league.
You almost have to try to get only 14 touchdowns out of Tom Brady through 11 game, and the icing on the cake is that it seems like the Buccaneer coaching staff isn’t even worried about the lack of quality in the passing offense. All they ever talk about is wanting to get the run going.
Todd Bowles and Byron Leftwich are putting together a masterclass on how to be hard-headed in a failing scheme, why outdated coaching methods and phrasing should be major red flags to teams looking for a new coach, and how not to run a team that has more talent than most of its competition, even with the injuries.
Bruce Arians had this offense keeping opposing defenses up at night. Bowles and Leftwich have the Buccaneers with the GOAT putting up the least resistance that most teams will face all season.
Coaching matters, and when it seems like the Buccaneers can’t even do the bare minimum for their Hall of Fame talent, the front office needs to make a change to save the season.
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