Ronald Jones Says Tom Brady Has “A Lot Of Things Up His Sleeve”

July 22nd, 2020

“Ira, go sit with Peter King. I’m not telling you anything else.”

He’s not just Coach Brady, he’s strategist Brady.

The most experienced guy in the Buccaneers backfield, 22 year old Ronald Jones, was doing a lot of talking this week in The Fantasy Typhoon Studios. Of course, the subject of Tom Brady arose.

Asked if Brady is all serious in player-only workouts or if he’s just like one of the guys, Jones described a hybrid Brady.

“I think he’s the perfect mix of [coach and being one of the guys] ,” Jones said. “He’s a coach on the field but he’s still got that 20-year-old in him that, you know, he’s excited just like us.”

On whether Brady has looked impressive. “Definitely,” RoJo said. ‘The ball, you know, more precise than ever.” (Insert your James Winston one-liner here.)

RoJo added he’s excited to see how his new quarterback changes the playbook. “I know [Brady’s] got a lot of things up his sleeve. All the wrinkles and stuff.”

23 Responses to “Ronald Jones Says Tom Brady Has “A Lot Of Things Up His Sleeve””

  1. Hodad Says:

    Insert your Jameis one-liner here.Sorry Joe, that fruits to low for even me to pick!

  2. stpetebucsfan Says:


    That was funny.

    I don’t think anybody is surprised that Brady has turned out to be as advertised.
    He could have easily already been an HC if he retired after the first three of the SB’s and went to the sidelines to pay his dues there.

    He SHOULD be a coach on and off the field.

  3. Sarasota Garey Says:

    Winston was precise, to the other team though.

  4. Casual Observer Says:

    Maybe Brady will succeed BA.

  5. Bobby M. Says:

    I’m guessing he’s referring to delivering the ball in stride vs Winston forcing guys to twist, leap and dive while trying to not get killed. I literally cant recall a QB with as much hype as Winston for being “pro ready” yet couldn’t execute a basic dump off. Oddly he was excellent at hitting Hump on those screens but a RB screen…..polar opposite.

  6. Jaymiss Pick6 Again Says:

    “That’s my quarterback” Insert Terrell Owens crocodile tears here. Love the veiled back handed slap RoJo! The Saints third string QB is overrated.

    TO’s: “Thats my quarterback”

  7. Cobraboy Says:

    Important, key word: “precise.”

    That word relating to a Tampa QB has not been used in…I dunno, decades?

  8. 40TDs Says:

    Check the sheet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Talk about Buc luck. Imagine staggering through the season with the imagined Covid bumps in the road.

    We reach the our town…win…and of course no matter what happens from here on out 2020 will be marked with a huge asterisk. Our freaking luck.

  10. Chris Boyd Says:

    stpetebucsfan… i’ll take that asterisk all day every day

  11. 541BucsFan Says:

    Winston drops back and surveys the field with perfect 30-30 vision.

  12. 541BucsFan Says:

    Rojo…If you look at my numbers, I’m ballin’. Check your sheet. “If” I eliminate those turnovers, I’m the best.

    (I’m going to miss those quotes)

  13. John Says:

    Prior to the 2015 draft I made no secret of the fact that I did not think Winston was the proper person to be leading the bucs or to be the face of the franchise. I have never changed my position and I’ve been constantly one of the ones that have been pointed out as “a Winston “hater””. First let me say that due to my upbringing as well as my personal values I don’t have any “hate” for any person. What amazes me is that with all the money these NFL teams have and the NFL has overall, is how incompetent the private investigators or investigative authority or whoever, are as a whole. My son went to school during the same years as Winston. He told me numerous stories prior to the 2015 draft of how Jamis had a terrible reputation among school mates. There were numerous women that were uncomfortable around Winston because of his unwillingness to take no for an answer. Seemed as though he thought a look or a kiss or a hug meant that the woman wanted more no matter that ” no or stop” was coming from their lips. I’m not going to get into a long dawn out thing here. The point is that if the investigative authorities checking out first-round draft picks would have really done their job (you know just talk to some people that socialize with the quarterback outside of the locker room). There are other peers such as classmates and where he hangs. If the NFL would have did just little bit of investigation other than his teammates and coaches he would have never went in the first round guaranteed… My son was flabbergasted that none of the stories concerning the reputation the guy had at Florida State ever came out before the draft or even after the draft.
    More than once I’ve been at Burns when the glazers have been there and I’ve always wanted to walk over and ask them how they could have missed on the character of Winston so badly when he had a reputation on the entire campus of being a creep…..
    The anger is because I feel as though that particular draft choice in 2015 put the buccaneers back so many years. They made other poor choices as well such as Freeman and others. With Winston the writing was so on the wall and the information so readily available that with one ounce of true investigative work you would have discovered these character flaws…
    I will be truly surprised if he doesn’t wind up in some sort of major trouble in at some point…..

  14. Jason Says:

    So. Back to ROJO. I think he may be my pick for “breakout player of the year.” Brady also makes rbs better.

  15. Jason Says:


    English ain’t my goodest subject, but have you ever heard of a “paragraph”?

    I joke because it’s not a bad comment, but it’s unreadable for many because the big solid block of letters just blends together.

    Just sayin’

  16. Jim Says:

    Insert “Just like Jameis.” Isn’t he the 57th highest paid QB in the NFL?

  17. Anonymous Says:

    Jason go away!, you are showing your stupid to the extreme with your critique of “John” . I have read much worse on this site and so have you.

  18. firethecannons Says:

    Jason go away!, you are showing your stupid to the extreme with your critique of “John” . I have read much worse on this site and so have you.

  19. BigHog Says:

    John/head of the ” you people group ” !!!

  20. BigHog Says:

    He was just giving a has been his props, nothing wrong with that, but what we have is Brady now not NE12 of old!!

  21. Oneilbucs Says:

    Jason let me asked you and every body else who thinks that a quarterback can make a runningback better ?? What happened last year when the Patriots runningback got hurt they lost in the first round and Brady couldn’t make the Patriots running game better ?? Look a quarterback doesn’t make no running game better it’s the other way around look at the Titans and and all the other teams . The Titans had Maratio throwing the ball 45 times a game and Tannehill throwing the ball 20 times a game .

  22. BucEmUp Says:

    Aaron Jones in Greenbay is in a stacked rb room as well as Kareem Hunt in Cleveland. I’m sure a trade can be made for one of our tight ends. There is no way they all get passes throw to them. Browns probably really wanting to keep Hunt but Jones seems like a likely option

  23. BucEmUp Says:

    Even LAMAR MILLER is a free agent. Dude has. a lot of miles but is an EXCELLENT pass catcher and damn good blocker. That could be a fantastic value signing sitting there for the taking. I like ROJO but get Tom every option possible.