Antonio Brown Should Scare Teams

December 30th, 2021

Impresses former NFL coach.

Joe is trying to figure what’s more scary, the thought of showing up at Big Storm Brewing after last call or being sentenced to sit next to Joy Behar on a cross-country flight.

For former NFL coach Rex Ryan says there is one thing with the Bucs that is scary. That is furniture-tossing, bicycle-throwing receiver Antonio Brown.

Ryan isn’t talking about Brown’s off-field shenanigans. He’s talking about how damn good Brown looked in his first game back Sunday after suffering an ankle injury in October and then getting slapped with a three-game suspension for flashing a fake V-card.

Brown, as we all know, caught 10 of 15 pass attempts from Tom Brady and Brown not only looked sensational, it appeared he and Brady were working together daily since Brown left the Eagles game over two months ago.

Brown looked so crisp and smooth, Ryan said he makes facing the Bucs a scary prospect.

“These two are genuinely close,” Ryan said about the bond between Brady and Brown. “Yeah, they can be different off the field, whatever. But on the field, they are like this (and Ryan clasps his hands together). And that is what makes them scary.”

It makes Joe ill thinking about how we won’t see Chris Godwin and Mike Evans on the field together with Brown for the rest of the season, and maybe forever. Godwin and Brown are free agents this offseason.

The Bucs’ passing offense sure looks different with Brown on the field. Different as in so much smoother and better.

19 Responses to “Antonio Brown Should Scare Teams”

  1. Buczilla Says:

    I’d need a keg of Big Storm Beer in order to sit next to that critter on a plane.

    If Brady comes back I think that Licht finds a way to bring Brown back. If not, who knows? I’d love him to come back regardless of who the qb is next year.

  2. adam from ny Says:

    yep brady to brown is insanely good…it’s not even like throwing a pass…it’s like putting the ball thru a pipeline from one end to the other…these 2 are on the same page…maybe one is crazier than the other, or they are just both that football obsessed so it works like a charm…

    brown tho, basically flips the f out after every reception – it’s a little crazy – watch closely during a game…tom might be just as obsessed but is more cerebral and generally contains it…


  3. bucschamps Says:

    with Godwin, evans and Lenny out i thought AB will get all the defensive attention. amazing talent this guy is

  4. Teacherman777 Says:

    Antonio Brown is one of the 10 best WR’s in NFL history.

    His numbers don’t lie.

    He is the quickest WR of all time. And he’s the toughest little WR since Steve Smith.

    Antonio Brown is top 10 in the league NOW, and we pay him almost nothing.

    Antonio Brown could help us win another Super Bowl.

    Go Bucs!

  5. BBro Says:

    Yep I agree with all. I was originally against bringing AB here but after seeing how good he is we’re fortunate to have him and let’s hope good juju stays within his thoughts so he doesn’t do anymore cocked eye things. I understand trying to dodge the vax jabs since you’re not sure wth your pumping into an obvious healthy body. Gods Speed in healing for our other Bucs.

  6. Bird Says:

    Yah. I Would rather take long cold sulfur baths and not eat for a week then sit on a cross country flight next to joy behar. 😂

    AB is the best receiver on the team…smooth routes / can turn on a dime and has best hands. Brady knows exactly where he is on the field. Lets do some more sluggos. Some more double moves and get this man another 100 yards and some tds this time.

    Godwin is best all around cause of tough catches over middle and blocking.

  7. Vsyl Says:

    Concerning godwin, it’s plausible he leaves, but I’m sure he will get his money on the bucs and will stay. Concerning brown, he knows that he can’t play elsewhere, and he just wants to play with Brady anyway.

  8. Teflon Don Says:

    All the idiots who said to not bring him back have definitely changed their mind by now. Definitely one of the BEST WR’s to EVER play the game (Off the field issues aside). We can’t win the super bowl without him and that’s FACTS

  9. Listnfrmafar Says:

    The worst part of all if this is if Godwin didn’t go down we would of been able to see the best offense in the history of the game hit the field in the playoffs. They were 5-0 with AB, Evan’s & Godwin and 1/2 those games NO Gronk.

  10. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    As long as Brady has Brown & Gronk, our offense will be fine……Brown’s suspension for the Saint’s game likely cost us the game.
    I’m hoping Perriman helps this week.

  11. Bobby M. Says:

    No denying his talent…..physically I think he could hang around the league for awhile similar to Jerry Rice. He’s still a top tier athlete, even when that starts to decline his football IQ and route running will allow him to hang around….assuming someone will put up with him.

  12. Oxycodoms Says:

    Injury prone will he make it all the way to the super bowl because bucs will need him in every playoff game .

  13. Jerry R Jones Says:

    If I HAD to sit by Behar during a flight, I’d pop a slide.

  14. Rayjay1122 Says:

    Really, I am not concerned about AB and Godwin coming back as long as TB12 is playing they will remain together. There is money to make some more contracts happen. They also will most likely not try to keep everyone again like OJ Howard for instance could be gone. They will find a way to keep TB12’s favorite targets.

  15. Boo Radley Says:

    Just wanted to add that Gronk will be back to run out the Season at 100%. Gronky and Tommy sat down this week and got to the crux of Gronk’s recent lapses. Tommy told Gronky that he has been subconsciously anticipating getting “cracked in half”, again, at that critical moment of securing every catch while in traffic, being doubled, tripled and/or bracketed! Instead of 100% concentrating on “GRONK CATCH BALL NOW”, it’s been a bit less, and that is all it takes in this game. Having worked the minor ptsd problem out with his BFF, Gronk has guaranteed to Tommy, and to the football gods, that he will LAY IT ALL OUT on every ball thrown even NEAR his Zip Code in every game until the last! The GOAT, AB and PURE GRONK being back will surely inspire and supercharge the rest of the Team to win every play-off game to reach the Super Bowl.

  16. SlyPirate Says:

    I’m surprised Tyler Johnson hasn’t emerged as a threat.

    He had a great finish to last season and he’s a Godwin clone (physically).

  17. Rod Munch Says:

    SlyPirate – Godwin runs a 4.4, Tyler didn’t run the 40, but the reason he slipped to the 5th round is that teams weren’t sure he’d break a 4.7 – even at the college level had are hard time getting open because he just doesn’t have much speed.

    With that said, I thought he was in for big things this year as well, and I’m not really sure what has happened to him. Arians yelled at him for coming into camp overweight and out of shape, and I’m not sure if he never dug himself out of that whole, or if he really isn’t in the shape he needs to be in. His talent is marginal in terms of speed and quickness, so if he’s not in tip top shape, that could be the issue.

    I really don’t know what the issue is – but no, he’s no Godwin clone.

  18. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    I had to google the name Joy Behar. Yes, I know who she is now. I just did not associate the name with the face. I have heard some of what she has to say on more than one occasion so I get it now!

    The acquisition of AB last year has turned out to have been wiser than many of us would have thought at the time!

    Also, I anticipate having Evans back for the first playoff game, even if not at the proverbial “hundred per cent”. I hope to see Grayson emerge as a contributor also.

    Go Bucs!

  19. Ash Says:

    The issue with Tyler Johnson is that he is too slow he can’t create separation at all and he isnt doing it with his route running either so at best a wr4 ok depth I suppose