McDaniels Chased Brady?

May 11th, 2020

“I respect you, Tom.”

There is something that happens every December that Joe has to grit his teeth over for weeks until, like a kidney stone, it too passes.

Joe’s a proud and outspoken Scrooge. December is a struggle in endurance for Joe. And it doesn’t help that football games are polluted with ads assaulting the senses to buy everything from new jock straps to timeshares in Everglades City because, well, the damn calendar tells you to.

There is also another annual occurrence annoying as lovebugs: Josh McDaniels as a head coaching candidate.

Joe will guarantee you every opening for an NFL head coaching gig McDaniels will be linked to because… well, for no good reason other than it’s a seasonal ritual.

Why this guy gets more run for a gig than Raheem Morris baffles Joe. McDaniels was a total failure with the Broncos. He never had a winning season yet Morris once won 10 games with a laughable roster. That alone should have doors to NFL teams flying open for Morris.

Joe’s not even factoring in how McDaniels stiffed the Colts like a skunk. (Joe has heard that McDaniels’ wife once bought him a black sweater for Christmas that has one big white stripe up and down the back.)

It really is bothersome. And it appears park-violating, home-invading Bucs quarterback Tom Brady had enough of it as well.

Gary Myers, a long-time NFL scribe who is both well-respected and has sources that include no less an authority as Bill Parcells, took to Twitter to say Brady had had it dealing with McDaniels.

So we have read countless stories that Brady got worn out by Bill Belicheat. Per Myers, it was more McDaniels.

If this is true, Joe doesn’t want to read one more rumor of McDaniels being linked to anything but a job bagging groceries if he also ran off the winningest quarterback in NFL history along with jamming the Colts like he did and screwing up the Broncos.

And this may also explain why Brady wants to play for Bucs coach Bucco Bruce Arians

26 Responses to “McDaniels Chased Brady?”

  1. ToesOnTheLine!!! Says:

    “Joe has heard that McDaniels’ wife once bought him a black sweater for Christmas that has one big white stripe up and down the back.”

    HA! 😆

  2. El Buco Realisto Says:

    It could not have been any more worn out then ole stale biscuit’s reputation!!!!!!!!!!!

    It’s time to herd the sheep, and put them back in the pen!!!!!!!!!!

    go bucs!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Tampabuscsbro Says:

    Realist your thing for Sheep is getting disturbing.

  4. Says:

    Their loss, our gain!

  5. Alaska Abdominal Snowman Says:

    Sheep’s need love too. Don’t let them tell you how to live your life Rhealist!! Love is love and your ‘girl’ is Baaaaaaaaad.

    McDaniels and Lane Kiffin just have that face you want to punch, idk what it is.

  6. Mike28277 Says:

    Joe: sure that stripe wasn’t down the front? 😁

  7. Blameless Jameis Says:

    How hard is it to understand that Raheem finished his head coaching career losing 10 games in a row…

    This coming year will be his first as a coordinator. While winning 10 games was fun in 2010, the league saw through it and knew it was smoke n mirrors and didn’t last.

    While McDaniels has coordinated competent offenses yearly and will be tested without Brady. He’s probably the successor to the GOAT HC in NE. Comparing a Rah to successful coordinators is just silly.

  8. thisisouryear!! Says:

    Joe- I feel like your totally dissrespecting the greatest QB of all time with your nicknames. Not only is he the greatest QB ever, but he’s here with us. Please show some love.

  9. Joe in Michigan Says:

    In case you’ve missed it, even though they post it every day:

    El Buco Realisto thinks Bruce Arians is old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Kobe Faker is making the startling prediction that Gronk will be injured. He’ll be rooting for Gronk to get hurt, so everyone will say “Wow, that Kobe Faker can see into the future, he prognosticated this months in advance!!”.

  10. AwshBucs Says:

    Jameis was on this team for 5 years, and yes while he garnered some national attention last year as an exciting player to watch, mostly for the wrong reasons, the Bucs were still virtually just a small market team with very little national attention or acclaim.

    Still, the nickname America’s Quarterback remained in Joe’s daily vernacular.

    Fast-forward to today, Tom Brady signing with the Tampa Buccaneers remains the biggest story in sports for months on end. Isn’t that a pretty clear indication of who America’s Quarterback truly is?

  11. AwshBucs Says:

    Yet here Joe is, slapping the greatest QB ever to play the game, arguably the best Football player as well, with a string of pejoratives preceding his name. With no regard for his status or many accomplishments.

    Strange indeed.

  12. Bucsfan951 Says:

    El Buco Realisto aka tocar ovejas, I think you have a problem!

  13. BUC CHEEKS Says:

    Ohhh you’re locked in on this one huh joe?! Lmfao!!!! I’m not mad, just disappointed that’s all.

  14. TheBradyBunch Says:

    I guess we will find out eventually what Tom thinks of it. Will be pretty funny if he decides to tell Joe to pound sand for the next two years because of the nicknames. That would be pretty classic. Act unprofessional and be treated as such would be karma.

  15. stpetebucsfan Says:

    There is the yin and the yang…the positive and negative in every story.

    So which NEGATIVE drove TB to Tampa? Belicheat? McDaniels? Lack of respect?

    Which POSITIVE brought him here…there are a LOT.

    He looked at the team and saw incredible weapons on offense…among the very best in the entire league…he saw an improving OL needing a player or two…enter Haeg and Wirfs…and now the running game.

    He sees an improving defense with a great mixture of youth and vets…home growns and FA’s…and a defense that COULD become truly special.

    He sees the weather!!! He sees Derek Jeter’s home…not a bad lifestyle eh?

    He sees a chance to finally separate his rep from Belichits.

    But most of all…he sees a chance to win ring #7! I think that is the SINGLE KEY DRIVER of all TB12’s decisions. What will get him a ring. I think he felt NE was spent. As D.R. pointed out in a great post Belicheat a defensive coach by profession has spent so much on his D depending on Brady to carry his O that the team is now unbalanced and in cap hell.

    I honestly believe Brady looked around and it wasn’t even close…including NE!

    The Bucs give him his best chance to win #7. There are other good teams but they have their QB’s. KC is the team to beat IMO but they have Mahomes. TB gave Brady his very best opportunity to WIN and that is why he is here.

  16. ItzOK Says:

    Raheem Morris wasn’t ready to be an NFL coach and got lucky one year where every game he won it was against a 5 win teams or less during his race to 10. Raheem was so bad that he couldn’t even find work a Def coordinator. He basically just tried to run Kiffins defense at the time. McDaniels comes from the best organization in football over the last 20 years so he of course will get his chance just as every assistant from the Pats does. Raheem will get a second chance one day especially if he can fix the falcons horrific defense for an entire season.

  17. 813bucboi Says:


    It could not have been any more worn out then SMITTYS DEFENSE!!!!!

    GO BUCS!!!!!!

  18. El Buco Realisto Says:


    Then that puts incompetent lovie way way way down the list!!!!!!! Because its undeniable that coach Smitty was an upgrade from incompetent loser lovie!!!!!!!!! Even more embarrassing for that clown shoe incompetent loser lovie, was that he was picking the players!!!!!!!!!!

    It’s time to herd the sheep, and put them back in the pen!!!!!!!!!!

    go bucs!!!!!!!!!!

  19. Anonymous Says:

    This site used to be fun to read. However, the posters: Realist, Ndog, BigHog, and now one of the Joe’s make it unbearable. Joe’s the only person who’s customers are telling him to stop with the TB description and how lame the JW thing was, and keeps doing despite his customers. It’s dumb and I’ll be on PR from now on.

  20. Clw JB Says:

    Blameless – way off -Raheem has been a coordinator not only on the D side, but also had the very rare ability to switch sides of the ball and his unit immediately became a strength –

    Joe is spot on this one – Raheem is a very, very good coach that had his reputation tarnished by being a Buc and the hype around Josh is largely due to our new QB

  21. BucEmUp Says:

    Realist can you provide any evidence that Smitty was an undeniable upgrade to Lovie! Please dont talk about five games….if that is all you have to offer just keep scrolling and dont waste you time typing

  22. Joe Says:

    I’ll be on PR from now on.

    Sorry to see you go… “Anonymous.”

    Make sure you drop $5 in their Salvation Army bucket. They need it.

  23. Bucnjim Says:

    Hits it out of the park with his last post. There is no conspiracy theory just a ton of common sense which is sometimes lacking even with me. He wanted to be here and he is the best maybe ever at the QB position. Not only that but he still wants to continue being the best. Brady at 50% is better than Winston in a contract year. Fact!

  24. ClodHopper Says:

    I thought this was going to say McDaniels wanted Brady for whatever team he was interviewing for. Not chasing him away. It ain’t too often here at JBF it takes me 3/4 of an article to find out I was wrong about my first thoughts on the topic. 😂

  25. Steve Says:

    Joe once said he named Jamis America’s QB due to all the national attention Jamis received. Yet he gives Brady who gets more attention than any other player I can think of stupid names. Looking at our season ticket sales, our schedule and all the national attention we are receiving since Brady signed I think we know who should be called America’s QB and who should be called Crableg stealing, uber ride hassling, sexual assault lawsuit settling, interception throwing, 1 million dollar a year QB Jamis winston

  26. Buczilla Says:

    It does seem like Raheem is getting screwed over, but this dude is building a resume that will be impossible to ignore.