How Bruce Arians Asks Tom Brady To Coach

September 3rd, 2021

Coach Brady

Bucco Bruce Arians has decided to save himself time and aggravation.

All this time around Tom Brady has made the head coach realize the easy route to get a player right is to go through his quarterback.

Arians has touched on this previously, but today he said on CBS Sports Radio that Brady’s coaching prowess and extends beyond young players.

“Even vets, he sees something and he has a great way of explaining it to them when the coach said the exact same thing but they don’t listen to the coach. It’s amazing … I got to where right now, I tell Tom, ‘Hey will you tell this guy how to do this for me because he’ll listen to you?”’

It’s wild that Arians has the biggest coaching staff in the NFL and he has the guy who may be the ultimate on field coach — practice or games.

Joe suspects Brady enjoys the greater freedom and expectation he has in Tampa to coach up players, versus the tight leash he had in New England.

38 Responses to “How Bruce Arians Asks Tom Brady To Coach”

  1. Rod Munch Says:

    Is that picture of Brady from this year? His hair looks very healthy and full.

  2. Medicated Pete Says:

    Tom uses juices & berries in his hair

  3. Mike C Says:

    Wow, fist one that got me Pete lol

  4. Rod Munch Says:

    Medicated Pete – I got to try that. I’m a couple years older than Brady and still have almost all my hair, but it’s not that fluffy and full. Tom should pimp some avocado shampoo.

  5. PassingThru Says:

    Brady had a hair transplant many years ago as he was prematurely balding. Let’s just say I know a doc….

  6. Rod Munch Says:

    Oh no, I looked up what shampoo does Tom Brady use and the first article that comes up says…

    ‘Get Tom Brady’s Look With His Favorite Vegan Hair Paste’

    Uh… no. I’ll take my thinning flat look before I’m putting brussel sprouts and eggplant juice in my hair.

  7. Medicated Pete Says:

    @ Rod Munch

    Rain water is best for your hair. Makes it soft AND manageable because of the minerals in it

  8. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    The greatness of a true leader is borne out by their ability to delegate to the right persons…..BA has it.

  9. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Thanks for the hair care tips, Guys.

  10. WillieG Says:

    I think it’s funny that the “greatest” football coach ever didn’t use Brady in the exact same manner. Truly great leaders know how and when to use EVERY resource. I’m glad we have BA, he sounds like a truly great leader.

  11. Will Says:

    @Pete LMAO “that ain’t nothing but an ultra perm”

    Classic movie..

  12. Youngbucs Says:

    Coming to America 😂

  13. bucsfan951 Says:

    loving those quotes! bahahaha

  14. BigMacAttack Says:

    Bill Belichick looks a little smaller every day that TB12 is here. I always thought of BB as a great coach, but not so much today. When Tom bolted the Pats collapsed. I doubt they’ll be much better this year. How many of BB’s coaches have been given head coaching gigs only to fail. Tom has the freedom now and is also getting the accolades. I can’t help but think Tom coached up players for years, but more behind the scenes and always held is tongue like a good field commander. BB always took the credit and the glory. Was Tom the nucleus, the glue, the key to the whole operation? I’m tending to think he was. And boy oh boy, are we the luckiest fan base on Earth or what? Lmao!!! Go Bucs!

  15. Crickett Baker Says: mean you want to put a paste on your hair that has meat in it?

  16. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Wouldn’t be the first time Rod had someone’s meat paste in his hair…

  17. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Wouldn’t be the first time Rod had someone’s meat paste in his hair…

  18. Mike Says:

    This season will determine who was the main force of Patriots’ dynasty. BB is probably a good coach, particularly in defense not a great coach.

  19. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Soul Glow.

  20. m0j0 Says:

    A good rule of thumb in anagement is to delegate everything except things only you can do. Bruce is very wise to leverage every resource at his disposal.

  21. Jmarkbuc Says:

    Don’t sell the Pats short. BB took a mulligan last year. Covid , no QB and nine on defense opted out.

    If you were gonna have a crap year, last year was it.

  22. David Says:

    Currently watching the Super Bowl replay on NBC.
    Wow Rojo looked great early on.
    all the talk about Lenny, I forgot how well Rojo ran the first quarter and a half

  23. Anonymous Says:

    Something I have noticed – after every tackle pass deflection, etc. a lot Bucs are border line taunting. The NFL is going to crack down on that this year, and they better watch out or they’re going to get stupid penalties and stay on the field when they shouldn’t be

  24. Anonymous Says:

    @Big Mac. Well said! Loving every moment!

  25. JeffreyLane77 Says:


    “Wouldn’t be the first time Rod had someone’s meat paste in his hair…”

    Nicely done air. That one got me.

  26. JeffreyLane77 Says:


  27. Buxszntkt Says:

    Perhaps that’s the meaning of his name, the Rod Munch-er.

  28. Bucs&Bolts Says:

    I think Jacksonville has the biggest coaching staff now I read that somewhere don’t know if it’s true.

  29. SlyPirate Says:

    Rocky Marciano?

  30. moderated moderately Says:

    has anyone seen mark2001 ???

    he doesn’t seem to comment on football posts much, but is head over heels in the covid threads.


    Anywho, who wouldn’t let the GOAT have his input towards the players?
    It’s like Hendrix giving you a lesson at playing guitar.

  31. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Joe Lewis was 137 years old.

  32. Bucschamp Says:

    Tom Brady = bargain

  33. Anonymous Says:

    Is that TB12 in the topic picture or Bevis……of you know Bevis and Butt-head!!

  34. adam from ny Says:

    is it me or is tom brady rocking the pompadour puff hairdo like in the movie “grease” from the late 70s… (see pic)

    #GreaseIsTheWord #DannyZuko

  35. steve gaudreau Says:

    Proof that Belichick definitely influenced the way Tom was involved with the coaching was shown years ago when he was in the coaches office going over the defensive plan and it’s weaknesses and what he wanted to run for plays to counter that. The two worked well together….. For a while. But something went wrong somewhere along the way. My best guess (being a Patriots fan) is that the success mostly fell to Tom and Bill didn’t like it. Nowadays when Bill is questioned you get a ten second space of silence, longer if he really doesn’t like the question. Lol after last year, with Tom heading out of Foxboro to Tampa and winning it all Bill is on the wrong side of the fans. I’m happy to see Tom finally being able to be, well, TOM! his experience definitely has benefitted the Bucs organization top to bottom. Looks like another Superbowl coming your way.

  36. Buc1987 Says:

    The GOAT!

  37. mark2001 Says:

    Moderately.. look on a number of other articles. I just decided I have plenty of hair, and don’t need to get into a discussion regarding hair procedures and products, as this on started out to be. I don’t bring up the disease unless it is part of a cup of joe topic or in a conversation.

    And I’ve never seen you before on this board. Welcome. And as you probably know, Hendrix played the guitar lefthanded, with a right handed guitar strung for a lefty. Quite a musician.

  38. DavidBigBucFan99 Says:

    How about a good ol 1940s conk the original black perm! Brady wouldn’t be having that luscious full head of hair that’s for sure

    Dewey Selmon with comment of the day!

    Moderated Moderately with most idiotic statement, like since Jimi Hendrix who was one of the greatest guitarists who ever lived died.