Bruce Arians Openly Calls Out Tom Brady For Not Targeting An ‘Open’ Mike Evans

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Mike Evans didn’t make much of an impact in Sunday night’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, nut his head coach says it was not his fault.

Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians believes all the blame should be on the quarterback.

“He didn’t get targeted. That’s all. Mike was open,” Arians told reporters.

The All-Pro wide receiver caught four passes for 64 yards.

Charles Woodson thinks Evans needs to be force fed more, too.

“I wonder what Mike Evans did to not get looked at in this offense,” the legendary NFL cornerback tweeted on Sunday night.

“Everybody’s pissed off,” Arians said. “But too late now, we’ve got to get ready for Carolina. . . . [The loss] can’t carry over to Wednesday. It has to be gone by Monday, and hit the practice field and get ready for Carolina.”

The Bucs will be looking to get back to their winning ways when they take on the Carolina Panthers next week.