Tompa Bay Tuesday: Brady, Bucs get first win of the year but it wasn’t pretty

Sep 20, 2020; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws a pass against the Carolina Panthers during the third quarter at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
September 22, 2020

Image courtesy of USATI Tampa Bay — First things first. We’re sticking with “Tompa Bay Tuesday” for this piece for the remainder of the year. It’s lame. We know. Oh well. Now, it wasn’t pretty, but Tom Brady and the Bucs got their first win of the year on Sunday, beating Carolina 31-17. Brady was 23-of-35 for just 217 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Mike Evans and Brady finally appeared…


Tompa Bay: For Brady and the Bucs, the time is now

September 12, 2020

Mike Ehrmann/Getty Pictures After 20 years in New England, Tom Brady left the Patriots for a new challenge and more skilled teammates. He found the perfect landing spot in Tampa Bay. In the Buccaneers, Brady not only found a team with the skill group that he was looking for, he found a team coached by an offensive head coach. A coach who at 67 years old, desperately wants to win…


Tompa Bay: Bruce Arians swearing at Tom Brady is good for Tom Brady

August 19, 2020

Breaking news. Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians swears at all of his players including Tom Brady. Yes. Even Tom Brady is called an MFer or any other choice cuss word on occasion when he screws up. Arians spares no one. At 43, you would think Brady has been around long enough that he is exempt from feeling the wrath of his new head coach. Instead, Arians treats him like every other…


Patriots: Brady to the Bucs? It might be his only option outside of New England

March 15, 2020

By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06/@newftbj Tom Brady. Six-time Super Bowl champion. And…Tampa Bay Buccaneer? With teams reportedly dropping like flies in the Tom Brady free agent sweepstakes, it appears as if the Bucs and Patriots are the last two teams TB12 has to choose from (although you can’t count out the Raiders just yet). What would it do to his legacy if he finished his career with a mediocre franchise? Well,…