“A Mesh Of What Brady Really Loves”

October 23rd, 2021

Joe loves hearing about the Bucs offense from those in the know. Hall of Fame quarterbac Kurt Warner did a hell of a deep dive on Bucs film recently on YouTube.

On Friday, former Bucco Bruce Arians Pro Bowl QB Carson Palmer was chiming in.

Both are extraordinarily impressed by the growth of the Brady-Arians-Byron Leftwich offense.

Palmer told The Rich Eisen Show that he sees the marriage reaching a new level and he believes the Bucs can finish the season No. 1 in nearly every offensive category.

“You can see that there’s been a mesh of what Brady really loves, what he’s really comfortable with, a lot of his strengths and maybe some of the Josh McDaniels and Bill O’Brien stuff he was running in New England forever. You can see it,” Palmer said. “There’s no miscommunications. There were so many times last year Mike Evans would break in and the ball would be thrown out, and vice versa. You’re just not seeing that anymore.”

Palmer’s broader point was that the Bucs have room to improve this season despite their high level of execution and their growth from 2020.

Joe hopes to kick back and enjoy watching it all blossom a little bit more tomorrow at The Licht House.

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13 Responses to ““A Mesh Of What Brady Really Loves””

  1. DoooshLaRue Says:

    The MASTERMIND gets to call the 1st down plays…..TB does the rest.

  2. JimmyJack Says:

    Byron took needless criticism for about 2 years. Now you look back and see hes put together a consisent top scoring offense and delivered us a SuperBowl title.

    The reaction from fans has been comical. Rather then give credit when its do they say Brady installed a brand new offense in the middle of the season last year……Well actually it was installed during halftime vs the Chiefs.

    Its pathetic you people can respect good coaching. This is only the best offense we have ever seen and probably ever will see. You can pretend like coaching isnt part of it but you would be wrong…..Oh and if you are going to give Brady all the credit at least be fair and not blame Byron if theres one play call you dont like. You cant have it both ways.

    And the root of all this garbage is Bucs media and podcasts. To Joes credit Ive never heard him act like he knows more about scheming then Leftwitch……..But several(most) others have……..And in the end they were all proven wrong along with yall and never once have I heard any of them own up to the fact they got it wrong.

    And I dont care about who got something wrong. We all get stuff wrong………but danged if you was wrong about something man up to it.

  3. JimmyJack Says:

    ***END RANT***

  4. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    I agree with Palmer, our Offense has not even peaked yet.
    The sudden emergence of a power running game makes this offense even more dangerous.
    My 10 year old Grandson went to our last home Game, and I told him that he is literally watching History.
    One day he will be able to tell his Grandchildren that he watched the Greatest QB to ever play this game.
    No one will ever catch Tom Brady, ever.

  5. Cobraboy Says:

    ^% to JimmyJack. Spot on.

  6. Cobraboy Says:


  7. MaineBuc Says:


    TaLk ThAt SpIT SIR!!!

    What’s even crazier is BA comes out in Pressers and ADMITS that he’s Not Doing anything AND BYRON deserves all the credit. He always says I ‘get out of the way’ or just have to ‘not mess it up’ This is why I wouldn’t mind him being our next HC with Bowles staying on as DC. He just needs a shot and T Bowles seems more comfortable as DC. Here’s to hoping we can see that when the time comes.

  8. Slappy Says:

    Notice all the Byron Leftwich haters are suddenly silent instead of flapping their ridiculous hot air. Jimmy Jack spoke the truth.

  9. Mike Says:

    Looking at TB’ s offensive coaches’ careers, no one has a good stats without TB. Thus, I would be cautious if I am considering him as the head coach.

  10. stpetebucsfan Says:

    I agree with JJ that Leftwich doesn’t get his “props” around here. But it’s just part of the game.

    NO OC of Tom Brady’s at this point in his career is going to get any run. It’s obviously going to be all about the GOAT. Is it fair? Probably not. But I do not worry one bit for Leftwich. He’s going to get to choose a very promising HC position and soon. Perhaps even here.

    I think after this season BA will have to provide a little more clarity as to his plans and his successor. Bowles and Leftwich seem to be a dead heat right now.

  11. DoooshLaRue Says:


    I guess you missed the innuendo in the first comment, huh?

  12. Tony Says:

    Jerry Rice Bo Jackson & Barry Sanders are coming out of retirement because they’re gonna want to play with the offense, too!

  13. Tony Says:

    We just need somebody to replace Donovan Smith because the dude is so inconsistent & he pretty much has been ever since he came out. I’m surprised Brady hasn’t decked him by now.