The Tampa Bay Bucs are currently 7-4, which is damn good for a team that was 7-9 during the 2019 season. But, for a team that is stacked the way the Bucs are, people expected them to have a record like the Chiefs or Steelers right now.
Despite his greatness, Brady has been wildly inconsistent in his first year with the Bucs and his new head coach is not shy about calling him out to the media after bad games.
According to ESPN insider Dan Graziano, there might be tension between Arians and Brady, which comes down to Brady not being consistent with a stacked roster that he had some control over.
“Brady had the ability to direct how the roster was constructed to a certain extent. Leonard Fournette, LeSean McCoy, Rob Gronkowski and, most prominently, Antonio Brown, a player who Bruce Arians was on record in the offseason as not wanting. He’s on the team because Brady wanted him. If you’re Arians, you’re saying ‘This is what you wanted. We got you everything you asked for. Why aren’t you delivering? Why doesn’t it look like it looks in practice?’ So I think you’re seeing some frustration bubble to the surface.”
Brady has thrown five interceptions over the past three weeks, which is something fans are not used to him doing so much.
As they always say, winning games can cure just about anything.