“Trust, Loyalty & Respect”

January 9th, 2019

There’s lots of moving and colorful video of new Tampa Bay head coach Bucco Bruce Arians out there.

But this is probably one you haven’t seen, an education about his time with the Cardinals.

“Trust, loyalty and respect” are the words Arians says his program was built upon. So it’s safe to say DeSean Jackson won’t be welcome at One Buc Palace.

27 Responses to ““Trust, Loyalty & Respect””

  1. Jean Lafitte Says:

    The Falcons are calling anyway

  2. Jerry Jones Says:

    That’s a very influential man right there.

  3. ghost Says:

    sounds like an old john cena tagline

  4. Coburn Says:

    Shots fired!

  5. The Buc Realist Says:

    funny how some apply that to some players and not the Qb!!!!!!!!!

    Go bucs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Lubby Smith Says:

    “That’s my last game.”

    “I would listen to the Browns. And only them.”

    “Trust, loyalty and respect”

  7. BucsBandit Says:




  8. First Down Tampa Bay Says:

    Lol ^

  9. Hawk Says:

    Is it possible that Jackson would have a respect for Coach Arians that he didn’t have for Coach Koetter?

  10. AfrikaThaRapper Says:

    I’m so freaking pumped up for next season. Bring it on, bitches. Go Bucs !!!!!

  11. First Down Tampa Bay Says:


    He didnt like Jameis, not so much Koetter.

  12. Mitch Says:

    Hey Joe, did Tampa give up any draft picks for Arians? Maybe I missed the answer, but I saw his option wasn’t picked up. Although given the circumstances I thought AZ might make some noise about it.

  13. Hawk Says:

    He didn’t ‘respect’ Koetter, or he would have been in camp for OTAs, fielded punts, and done whatever Koetter’s QB needed.

  14. Hawk Says:

    The NFL ruled that Arians was ‘free’, but the Bucs gave Arizona their 6th round pick in exchange for Arizona’s 7th.

  15. BucFan3 Says:

    MeSean Jackson talks all tough about loyalty but is only loyal to himself. Let him spend more time in cold Buffalo by himself. Trade him!

  16. Kansas95Buc Says:

    “Bruce Arians had his team ready to compete, each and every week. ”

    On God that’s all I can ask from our HC

  17. Seminole Bill Says:

    DJax was brought onto the Bucs roster as a deep threat; but, the Bucs rarely used him in that capacity until the first two games of this season, with Fitz. There are two sides to every dispute – I hope Arians takes the time to sit down with DJax and listen to his complaints. If it can’t be amicably resolved, then release him or trade him.

  18. ben Says:

    Fitz had no trouble hitting DJax on the move so blame Winston who is not as accurate on the long ball .. bucs head coach will have to go to a shorter pass game which will work better.. Maybe Arians can quicken Winston’s ball release also .. bucs fans are back to hopeful !!

  19. Mitch Says:

    Thanks, Hawk!

  20. Kansas95Buc Says:

    Any knowledge on if we’re going to a 3-4 defense Joe(s)?

  21. Dave Says:

    The problem with DJax is Winston can’t hit him. There are plenty of plays during the year where Winston went deep to DJax and the pass was way off. And you can’t Blame Jackson for that. Fitzpatrick was able to hit him. So that’s on Jameis.

  22. 1sparkybuc Says:

    Odd how DJax is the only receiver who can’t catch when Jameis is QB.

  23. Morgus the Magnificent Says:

    DeSean Jackson doesn’t fit the “trust, loyalty, respect” parameters…..but Winston does??? I guess one out of three ain’t bad.

  24. bucsnole Says:

    It would be nice if we could get some real juicy stories from some of the players (no names of course) about what it was like behind the scenes during Koetter/Smitty yrs.
    Im sensing the players didnt buy into what was being taught, that they saw the coaching gaffs during games just like we did and didnt respect DK as a coach


  25. Hawk Says:

    @ 1sparkybuc. Don’t let facts get in the way of your bias. You are right if you’re only counting all receivers named Jackson. Goodwin, Evans, and Brate have had more than their share of drops. And that was on the shorter (easier) passes.
    It’s not *all* on Winston, but it’s not *all* on Jackson either. For whatever reason, they just don’t play well together. If Arians can’t/won’t fix it, then it’s best for Jackson to finish his career somewhere else. Hopefully somewhere where he doesn’t come back to haunt us.

  26. stpetebucsfan Says:

    So…who called those two TD bombs JW hit wth ME and Godwin.

    Those were two of the most spectacular passes I saw in the league all year long.

    I predict folks are going to be surprised at how much JW’s long ball accuracy improves this year….simply from play calling and patience.

  27. Hawk Says:

    A run game will help the long ball. There will be more 1 on 1s and more opportunities (experience).