July 22nd, 2020


It seems one guy is ready to rock and roll when the Bucs gather to begin training camp.

Currently, the Bucs are scheduled to open training camp on July 28. Of course, the NFL and the NFLPA are still in negotiations about a significantly changed training camp and preseason due to “The Sickness,” so that report date could change.

What won’t change, it appears, is the drive and ambition of park-violating, home-invading, NFLPA-ignorning Bucs quarterback Tom Brady.

The new Bucs quarterback took to Instagram today to demonstrate he’s ready to guide the Bucs to their first playoff appearance in 18 years.

“A quarterback must believe in himself – his work must convince his teammates that he can be trusted when all else fails”

Brady has demonstrated over the course of the summer why Bucs coach Bucco Bruce wanted him so much when, despite desperate pleas from the NFLPA and civic leaders to hide in Derek Jeter’s Davis Islands mansion, Brady instead led workouts with teammates to help prep then for the long road ahead.

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“A quarterback must believe in himself – his work must convince his teammates that he can be trusted when all else fails”

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30 Responses to “Trust”

  1. Buc1987 Says:

    Bring on the season!

  2. Alexander Nascimento Says:

    Oh boy! We have to have a season!
    So fired up!!
    Go Bucs

  3. ocala Says:

    He has a great chance to be the MVP of the league this year. Why people underestimate him is totally bizarre.
    He has triple the amount of Super Bowl wins as the entire NFC South.

  4. Jaymiss Pick6 Again Says:

    “A quarterback must believe in himself – his work must convince his teammates that he can be trusted when all else fails” Polar opposite of, “That’s a W. How many people want to eat a W? Let’s eat a W tonight”.! Thank goodness.

  5. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    TB is the GOAT and “the goat” in another sense, both at the same time.

    He is our guy now and I as a fan I embrace him completely. The guy behind door #2 has rejuvenated my hopes for the Buccaneers so far with what he has contributed to our crazy off season this year.

  6. james west Says:

    i sure do believe in ya TB 12, i know you going to get us back to the big show, if the covid-19 cooperates just a tad bit and spares our season

  7. Alan Collingwood Says:

    Did anyone else notice that in the photos above, Brady is practicing in PADS? If training camp was being held right now, that wouldn’t be allowed. Tom is serious about this!

  8. Jason Says:

    Why do I keep having this weird feeling that TB12’s first pass as a Buc will be a pick-6?

  9. Deminion Says:

    I’m just glad he is committed and not a mercenary to many have those have been in Tampa

  10. Kyle Says: creaming my pants…lol

  11. Mike28277 Says:

    This is how you lead….

  12. Oneilbucs Says:

    Just hope he doesn’t get the virus because if he does it’s over.

  13. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    This is not just a paycheck for the GOAT.

  14. DRFEELGOOD Says:

    I believe our 2020 Bucs will take out 18 years of frustrations on several teams. I expect many comfortable wins if not blowouts. By season’s end, NO ONE will want a piece of this. GO BUCS!!

  15. Clean House Says:

    Jameis had the first part down, belief, which I admire him for.

    Brady is right about the second part and he has more than proven it over his legendary career, I’m excited about Brady. I’ve always admired the Patriots as a whole.

    Like I’ve said before, I liked Jameis being the NFL leader in total offense and I think it’s a pretty good starting point for a young talented player even with all his downside- Not ready to discount him like so many others have.

    I like Brady’s consistency in stats and championship caliber, I’m excited to see him here and he seems to be hungry still- I’m really getting pumped up.

    I was frustrated with the way the coaching staff and GM handled JW
    If they really do like his upside, and would have stuck with him had it not been for TB12 or maybe say a Phillip Rivers, they could have been more vocal about it. They could have been more articulate and it would have helped the JW market place. They could have done a bit more for him publicly after they hard work and effort he put in, which fewnwould argue with.

    I guess I got caught up on this supposed idea of family and it irked me when they didn’t seem to have his back with at least a better public reference.

    But maybe they thought poorly of him…
    Then that makes sense, to just say very little.

    It disappointed me. That’s why Ive been so vocal about JW, and my dislike for the staff.

    But I am excited about Brady, and I would like to see JW drop 50 on the Bucs, because so like the underdog and I liked the kid overall, and wishbhim well.

    Don’t tell me I can’t feel both ways, or that’s aim not a Bucs fan. It’s not all black and white.
    I was pissed when they got rid of Brooks, Nickerson, Lynch.. cause to me those were Bucs and it was wrong how they were handled.

    What can I say I have some sentimentality as a fan. At that’s my right as a fan and a person.

  16. Clean House Says:

    *Which few would argue with

  17. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Welcome back Clean House.

  18. buc15 Says:

    That’s big if you ndo…..I mean Clean House

  19. Sport Says:

    Oneil- if he gets it the week of our our bye he only miss one game. Most likely he’d miss 2 games. And you think that would end the season? Take your brand of fan somewhere else.

    Clean House – hope you feel better after sharing the inner workings of conflicted and lost brand of being a fan. JW = Fools Gold. Check the situational football stats. The only 50 he’d be dropping is rah rahs from the sidelines. That’s assuming he’s 1) still on the team And 2) dressed for Sunday’s. Don’t forget the Saints traded up in the 7th for a QB. That could move JW to 4th on the depth chart.

    In BA I Trust!

  20. Clean House Says:

    I’m not NDOg!

  21. Oneilbucs Says:

    Sport Jamies will be the next quarterback for the saints. He passed up money from Pittsburgh to go to the saints . I think alot of yall scared because he will have a real team around him . And remember we are not the Patriots our defense can’t stop other teams like the Patriots can . And yall act like every time Brady was on the field the offense scored points . We gave up the most passing yards last year .

  22. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneil you have know clue what our defense can do. We have been in the top league in offensive turnovers at least 6 years running. You only want to give 1 person benefit of the doubt. Do the same for some others I wouldn’t have a problem with you. I mean we’re fans right try to have a little faith in something.

  23. Youngbucs Says:

    One more thing you say we gave up the most passing yards last year. That doesn’t just happen in a vacuum. How may turnovers we have last year you always forget to mention that. You think they don’t exist or matter but they did. And they played a huge part in the positive and negative stats of the team. But make no mistake they were a problem.

  24. Sport Says:

    Oneil – It will be interesting to see how the rest of his career plays out. Honestly, I think the Steelers would appreciate JW’s toughness and style of play. The difference between Rothlisberger style of play and JW is closer than Brees. Plus, like it or not JW is a bad boy, and Pittsburgh would’ve been a cool narrative.

    Regardless, if everything goes according to plan for NO, JW won’t play a down this year.

    Go Bucs!

    In BA I Trust!

  25. Sport Says:

    Oneil – As far as JW being the future QB of the Saints, bring it on. There’s not a defense in the NFL that doesn’t champ at the bit to play him. As I’ve always said, he’s prolific (good and bad). He can also take over the game, unfortunately, he did that a lot…for the other team while he was a Buc!

    In BA I Trust!

  26. Oneilbucs Says:

    Sport no one really knows what the future holds for him I know a lot of yall wants him to fail . But remember this no one wanted Drew Brees he had 76 interceptions in 4 and half years and be came a hall of fame quarterback under Payton . So you don’t know what’s going to happen I just don’t hate the guy so I wish him the best . And remember this the past 5 years we have been a top 5 offense with no running game but 1 year . Facts …

  27. Oneilbucs Says:

    Youngbucs The only thing that our defense has done is give up games . Just this past year 10 weeks in a row they were trash . So keep blaming 1 guy all you want but I bring facts . We were only good stopping the running game . Not to mention that we are old in the worng positions and this will hunt us in the future . If we do win the superbowl and that is a big if then for the next 10 years we will be back at the bottom because of this so call quick fix . My main concern is the defense and running game for now . That’s my main focus this year. And it’s still superbowl or bust for me no excuses because remember we lost because of Jamies and Jamies only .

  28. Youngbucs Says:

    Bro stop putting words in people’s mouths nobody hate Winston. And try to stay on topic no matter what any says in a comment you respond with the same gibberish. Tell 1 thing I just said that’s not a fact. You kill me with this I talk facts bull. I got a fact for you winston not better than Brady and I’m talking about right now how you like that fact. Go ahead and respond with the same tired gibberish I expect it. You can’t talk facts with those rose colored shades on !!!!

  29. Youngbucs Says:

    And nobody ever said we lost just because of him. How long you gone drag out this pity party seriously? By the way mister facts tell me the lottery numbers since it’s a fact lol winston gone haunt us the next 10 years. Dude can’t even put together 10 straight gms lol 10 years. He’s on the trajectory to be a journeyman.

  30. Paul Says:

    Hey JOE-it’s still not funny but it sure is disrespectful everytime you post:

    park-violating, home-invading, NFLPA-ignorning Bucs quarterback Tom Brady.

    How about 6x SB winning, 3X SB MVP, 18x Pro Bowler. You would think that getting arguably the greatest QB in history for the team that you cover-would lead to positive adjectives about the player. Stick with your wasted key strikes on Peter King-not Brady. Very amateurish and petty.