Invisible Playbook Challenge

August 10th, 2020

Brady teammate reacts

So last week Tom Brady talked about the mental drain he’s experienced while learning a new playbook after not really studying one since Shrek first hit the theaters.

How Brady expressed that it was rather unique; he really sounded like he was engaged in a daily battle.

So how does that translate to the light practices at One Buc Palace? Does Brady look like a QB getting used to things?

Ronald Jones was asked about that today and said he was surprised to hear Brady is straining with the playbook because Brady has been perfect in practice.

“He hasn’t missed a beat. He hasn’t missed anybody on a play,” Jones said.

Impressive! That should let Bucs fans sleep extra well tonight.

Yeah, there’s no defense yet in practice, but how you play is still about how you practice. So Brady’s early precision bodes very well. It’s not like he’s going to throw 30 picks get tense and fall apart in games. If he’s tight with the playbook, then his game should reflect that.

3 Responses to “Invisible Playbook Challenge”

  1. Iamabuc Says:

    I’ve no fear ; Brady is here!!

  2. Sarasota Garey Says:

    Joe, it seems you are suffering through what me and many other fans around here are suffering from, called Jameis Winston syndrome, derived from a lack of ball protection the last five years. We in fact now have the “Anti-Jameis Winston”

  3. Eddie Says:

    Learning a new playbook is what Brady needed.Change everything, new team new playbook new challenges. Thinking he’ll respond well.