Ronald Jones Describes Brady’s Steady Guidance

August 10th, 2020

The Goat is grooming Ronald Jones.

The Buccaneers’ third-year running back spoke this afternoon to Joe and other media online.

Joe asked RoJo to name one real specific thing that he’s learned from Brady, and RoJo didn’t hesitate.

“Get low in my routes and run my routes like I already have the ball,” he replied.

Later, a very wise-sounding RoJo said that the most important thing he can do between now and opening day is “getting chemistry with the O-line and Tom Brady … timing and steps down, things like that [with no preseason game.]” Joe thought that was a very mature-sounding answer rather than some sort of get-in-my-playbook take or “stay healthy.”

RoJo also noted that he lost a colleague and a friend when Peyton Barber moved on to the Redskins, but he let Bucs fans know that Ke’Shawn Vaughn is an “explosive guy, a fast kid,” and he seemed excited by the rookie.

14 Responses to “Ronald Jones Describes Brady’s Steady Guidance”

  1. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Get low in my routes and run my routes like I already have the ball,” he replied.

    Sounds like great advice to me.
    I hope Rojo gets it going this year.

  2. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    We are so lucky to have Tom Brady. He is not only a great QB, he is also a great Coach!

  3. LordCornelius Says:

    I love the Washington Football Team as a name honestly lol

  4. DT25 Says:

    Was very happy with his response about Vaughn. There was clearly an attempt to bait him into a competitive answer and he handled it with class. He clearly views this backfield as a unit, even going as far as to mention Shady and the experience and veteran leadership he brings to the entire group as well. Excited to see RoJo’s off-season work already paying off for him. He’s put a lot of work in to earn this job and shut some mouths this season…and he looks poised to do just that.

  5. Rayjay1122 Says:

    I hope Brady would consider staying here and coaching after he hangs up the cleats.

  6. BringBucsBack Says:

    Dooosh, what do you think the chances are that that is the first time RoJo ever heard that?


  7. Casual Observer Says:

    RayJay – My hope as well. Let’s hope he likes living in Tampa. Great football mind.

  8. Bucsfan951 Says:

    1 qb actually helps his teammates out and shows them what he wants. A true leader!

    The other qb says “I actually have a Hall of Fame quarterback that I’m learning from opposed to trying to learn by myself, or use Google.” Imagine that, a 5 yr vet saying he’s using google to learn the game…

    God it feels good to finally have an actual leader behind center! I imagine the team is happy about it, too!

  9. Brad Says:

    There goes joe being joe. Who care if the name offended anyone, joe was used to it so it should remain. Because if it’s not a big deal like “joe claims” then joe shouldn’t have a problem no matter what the name is and call them with they are. I also think cancel culture should be canceled, but joe is either stubborn because of the Tampa fan base or stubborn because Joe can’t find the middle ground in sensible and being the old man. You don’t have to listen to me and I know you won’t, but you should try to find better places to pick your battles. I know what you’re trying to convey and your mostly correct, but you sound ignorant with this one Joe.

  10. Roy T. Buford Says:

    “Get low in my routes and run my routes like I already have the ball.”

    Those are the kind of nuggets anyone will remember and use their whole career. Super from TB12.

  11. SB Says:

    Highly doubt that TB considers coaching when he hangs up the cleats.
    The $ he has he would probably rather play golf, wait until he is 50 and try out for the Champion’s Tour.

  12. Keith Rajotte Says:

    Brady will make this a better Tampa Team i do wish he had a little mor time with a pre season.It would be better to have max time first year together we will see how it goes but i would bet it goes good and next year the Bucs go deep into play offs and Supperbowl. Now don’t get me wrong we do have hope for this year Brady and Gronk both know what it takes to het to and win play off games I just hope we have enough time toget ready.But if any one Can Win in these conditions Brady can do it as Well as any o e can I would bet no at they are play off bound!!!

  13. Oneilbucs Says:

    Bucfan51 if you take what Jamies said about Google literally then you just hate this guy lol lol 😆 . Jamies had to learn on his own Brady had the best coach in the NFL helping him . Not to mention he had Drew Bledsoe helping him as well . This is why this year my main concern is the defense because we are young in a lot of position . We just need to rebuild our defensiveline but the defense will help the next young quarterback and I want to see how the our runningback is going to do . Because he’s the future of the team . This year I can care less about what Brady do . I’m looking forward to the future of the team .

  14. Eddie Says:

    Hey Buc fan 51 see you next year. I’ll enjoy this year as well.