Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach, Todd Bulls
Coward initially asked about Brady’s impact on attacking, to which the Bulls replied that the side of the ball would essentially function the way it had in the past two seasons with offensive coordinator Byron Liftwich in charge, but cooperated with the quarterback as often as it would be reasonable to do so.
The conversation turned into lessons, as always with Brady. Everyone in contact with the midfielder says they have learned something.
As for Bulls High, they gained some general knowledge that other opponents of Brady had learned.
Be on time, or he’ll make you pay.
“He’s taught … some youngsters (the defensive linebacker) never take up play,” Bowles told Coward. “Because if you somehow lack your technique and are half a step behind in a break and don’t look at the ball…this ball will be there full.”
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, Tom Brady
It sounds pretty simple, but it’s a valuable lesson and weapon for Brady, and one he’s used since he first jumped to the NFL stage as a second year backup to New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe after being drafted in the sixth round just one year ago.
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When Brady hit the field in 2001, no one expected what happened next, no one expected a race like the one we experienced.
As this may be the final season in the most accomplished sports career in history, Bowles reflected the fact that Brady is still playing, but still leading the youngsters who could be his sons.
“Most of us stop playing in our early thirties if not in our thirties,” Bowles said. “He still plays as he does and has that kind of relationship with the locker room – young and old – unbelievable.” “It’s a trait that you can’t really teach, it’s something you should have, and the ‘factor’ of which everyone talks about, have it.”
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady with a broad future, Mike Evans
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Whatever Tom Brady owns, the Bucs are certainly happy to get it back for another chance to add a third Lombardy Trophy to their Franchise Cup status, and a Super Bowl VIII ring to the Hall of Fame quarterback.
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