Ryan Jensen Talks About Tom Brady “Changing His Mold”

January 27th, 2021

Ryan Jensen reveals

In this case, an old dog is teaching himself new tricks.

Every Bucs fan knows the story, the Bucs told everyone last winter that Tom Brady would transform the team and make everyone better.

And here we are.

The famous Brady Effect was addressed this week by Ryan Jensen during his visit to Buccaneers Radio.

Jensen had a different spin.

“He gets to know all these guys and how to lead guys,” Jensen said. “I feel like some guys need to be led different than other guys, and Tom has really found a way to get to know people and how they react to whether it be criticism or him being a leader. Changing his mold of how he’s a leader to help bring along other people that need it in a different way, I think that’s been huge from a leadership aspect.”

Joe loved the “changing his mold” line. It stimulates Joe’s imagination. Joe envisions Brady going home and thinking about how he can get in Donovan Smith’s head while he mows down sliced avocado and pistachios.

Jensen added that the Bucs’ overall character is what carried them to the playoffs and beyond.

“When things went bad, there was a stretch in the middle of the year when we lost three in a row. We bounced back and figured it out,” Jensen said. “And that’s kind of really been the story of this year … finding ways adapt.

“The character of our team is so good that we’ve been able to overcome those challenges,” he added, referring to COVID and various setbacks on the field.

Joe likes how other Bucs leaders like Bucco Bruce Arians and Todd Bowles have changed their molds along the way. They’ve both turned into complete attack dogs, and it’s working.

11 Responses to “Ryan Jensen Talks About Tom Brady “Changing His Mold””

  1. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    “Mold”……..the perfect segway to Joe’s Florida Restoration advertiser…..

  2. thisisouryear!! Says:

    It’s interesting. I remember not so many years ago, the Patriots had a bad start to the season and somehow they figured it out and turned it around to win the super bowl. Maybe the year they beat the Falcons and the Bucs almost beat them that year. But he’s been doing this for a long time. I’m guessing turning things around is nothing new for him. I’m so glad he’s here.

  3. swampbuc Says:

    Um, they lost three out of four, but never three in a row. It just seemed like it after the Giants game!

  4. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Living in the present versus dwelling on the manucia is key. You can get back what you lost but you can make sure you don’t lose it again. Defining what motivates people is a management skill set. Brady is managing his team to achieve the best results. He must of studied business at Michigan.

  5. AMI_Chris Says:

    I prefer it when the big uglies just block, not think.

  6. Doctor Stroud Says:

    The new Gunny Highway: “You’re Bucs now. You adapt. You overcome. You improvise.” RECON!

  7. JimBuc2 Says:

    Rarely mentioned lately. Arians covered Marprts absence adroitly, moving Jensen to guard and starting AG Quigley at center. No issues, Bucs win. Another example of Arian’s coaching. Credit the man, in two seasons he returned our Bucs to revelance. Well done, not forgeting our GM, Jason Licht. Bucs are way better, history making better. What a long overdue transformation.
    Go Bucs!

  8. Anonymous Says:

    True all Toms motivating is enhanced by Gronkowski locker room attitude

  9. jrwc Says:

    Brady plus Gronk equals motivation

  10. Drunkinybor Says:

    I’m buying a authentic white Jensen jersey. I own over 15 Bucs jerseys. This will be the first o-line jersey I have ever bought. Sweet damn our O-Line is playing lights out right now. Best O-Line that I can recall in many many years.

  11. Brent Clark Says:

    Well Jensen ain’t starting fights anymore after that a$$ chewing from TB12