The Buccaneers are just a poorly-coached team. It sounds like that poor coaching could also come from Tom Brady as an offensive leader.
Tom Brady and the Buccaneers have a lot of people wondering how such a great situation could sour so quickly.
The Bucs are flat-out a bad football team, and it seems apparent to everyone who watches that the coaching staff deserves a huge part of the blame.
While this much is obvious on the field when the games are being played, a recent report regarding Tom Brady and his preparation shows another terrible coaching decisions that is actively working against the team.
According to this report from Mike Silver, Tom Brady is making changes to the game plan with the offense the nights before games without having the offensive coaches as members of the meetings.
If true, this is downright insane as a genuine recipe for success.
So, Brady and the offense are making changes on their own, then Byron Leftwich is going out and calling plays the next day without knowledge of the adjustments that were made at the meeting he wasn’t in?
If true, and this sure does seem true, this puts both Brady and the entire coaching staff in a bad light.
This being true would also help make such a terrible situation make a bit more sense. All of these hands in the pot without any communication would explain how this offense is one of the worst in franchise history. We just have to wonder why Leftwich and Todd Bowles would let this happen and why Brady would keep doing it when he sees that this strategy isn’t working.
The Buccaneers are broken. There are going to be a lot of studies into how and why this happened, and it sounds like this report could be something that gets a bit more attention once we get more information about why it was allowed to happen in the first place.
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