Brett Favre publicly raised the issue of Tom Brady with Bruce Arians of the Bucs


TAMPA, Fla. – Pro Football Hall of Famer Brett Favre commented on Tom Brady’s postgame of Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians that he considered critical and believed it could be harmful to Brady.

According to Brett Arion’s comments Tuesday, true or not, I think the last person you call the first game of the year is Tom Brady. “Now, maybe they were having a mutual tug to go to the game, going into the season, ‘Hey, I’m going to work hard on you. I want people to know that we’re technically Will treat you the same way. I am not, are you okay with that? ‘If they have that truss, great. If not, I think you are cutting down the wrong tree.

After the game, Arian was asked about Brady’s two interceptions. He responded, “One was a miscommunication between him and Mike [Evans]. He thought Mike was going in the middle – it was a different coverage – Mike read it right. He should have crossed his face, but Tom overthrows it.

The second one was a screen pass that had an outlet. He threw the outlet and it was a pick-six. Poor judgment.”

Arion corrected himself on Monday, saying Evans was indeed at fault for the first interception. But Favre raised the issue nonetheless.

Favre, who spent 16 seasons with the Green Sea Packers before moving to the New York Jets in 2008 and the Minnesota Vikings from 2009 to 2010, said, “The descent can easily enter quickly.” Do anything they were not prepared for, other than that we did not defend very well, Tom gets hit once or twice, you get a little jealous, it happens. ”

“He didn’t play with anyone in the first half of the Super Bowl against the Falcons, he did well. He went in, Jesus came on the halt, he didn’t even come close to touching him in the second half and he was innocent. . So they will clean up the safety, timing, chemistry. Will it come overnight? I doubt it, but it will come very quickly, though, and they can very easily be 4-1 after five weeks. ”

After facing the defending NFC South champions, the Bucs take on the Carolina Panthers at home this week, followed by the Denver Broncos on the road in Week 3, the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 4 and Week 5 at the Chicago Bears in Week 4 Huh. Thursday night. The teams after Week 1 are tied 2–2, but last season it was 25–39. The Panthers, however, have made wholesale changes to their organization, appointing Matt Rhode as their new head coach and bringing in a new quarterback at Teddy Bridgewater.

“Tom’s performance was not what we’ve come to expect from him, but I’d say, it wasn’t far off,” Favre said. “[After] The first drive, I think most people said, ‘Well, he didn’t get any green. He is a typical tom. ‘I was a little surprised how he got started. I was not surprised at how the rest of the game unfolded. New Team. He has been in a familiar environment forever. ”

“And then suddenly not only is he with a new team, football is completely different right now. No president. Yes, we saw, we heard that he was doing some kind of workout, whether it was virtual. Be it or in the parking lot. But, look, it doesn’t even equal real bullets. And they protected OK. Tom, you know, if you protect him he’s gonna tear you apart, I don’t care that Is it new. Or not. And it wasn’t just specific protection. I’m not blaming the line, I’m not blaming Tom Brady. ”

The biggest issue for Favre, however, was publicly pointing out Arrian Brady’s mistakes, though it is nothing new to Arian, who does not care much to coach-speak and speak freely and It is more appropriate to say what is on your mind. He called Carson Palmer while he was with the Arizona Cardinals, adding that after a 16–13 win over the Indianapolis Colts in 2017–13, “the quarterback will have to play better. Simple.”

Arrian said that after a career three-sack performance against the Seattle Seahawks, Arion did the same with Calce Campbell, “Arion said,” He can play better. “He had the potential for a five-sack day. Three sacks are good when it comes to sacks, but he is a better player than that.”

He called for the entire Cardinals to receive a duct in 2017. He said at the last training camp that some players “craved their pants in the pads.” After the final game of the 2019 season, he said of Jemis Winston, “We can win with him. We can definitely win with each other as well.” And this year, he called Rob Gronkowski for lack of conditioning during camp.

But Favre believes in the coach’s unspecified rule not to publicly criticize his quarterback.

“Bruce Arians is the head coach, he’s going to do it the way he wants to – and I’m not saying it’s right or wrong – but what has happened in New England all these years is the work. Is done, ”said Favre. “And I’m not saying it’s the right formula, but it’s definitely one of the right formulas. I’m not seeing any good right now that comes out of calling your quarterback.

“And we’re not just talking about a quarterback – we’re talking about perhaps the biggest acquisition in football history. I don’t care if he’s 43, or 33 or 21. Collectively, say ‘We’ll play better. From quarterback to kicker, we’ll play better, we’ve made coaches better. That’s what we’re going to do to get where we want to go.’ And leave that at that. ”

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