Thursday night, Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady landed a gasket on Ryan Jensen after a drive that ultimately faced Tampa Bay and 5. Coach Bruce Arians had no trouble giving Brady the business to his teammates.
“It’s just our own,” Arion said Tuesday via jobsfan.com. “I have no problem with this. At least I don’t have to go back there and get them out. By the time I get there, they are already awful.
“Tom is Tom. I’m not asking him to be different from anyone else. He does a good job of petting [teammates] Even on the back. He can burst, but he is going down there and pats them on the back and takes them away. ”
Of course, Brady eventually did something he should have gone out for: he didn’t know that a quarter was down to fourth. But no one chewed him for that. Arion, who publicly called for an intermission to Brady after a week for a loss to the Saints, claimed on several occasions that Brady knew it was in fourth place, even if it looked like it. (This shows that Brady had found a way to tell Arians that dirty laundry would no longer be appreciated.)
Brady still hasn’t admitted his mistake. Yes, pride and human nature often lead to such situations. However, Brady must realize that he admitted that he had made an error that would make him seem more humane. We all make mistakes, even Brady. There is nothing wrong in admitting it, especially when everyone knows it was a mistake.