A 38-Minute Interview With Todd Bowles, And More

June 23rd, 2022

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4 Responses to “A 38-Minute Interview With Todd Bowles, And More”

  1. Chris Tucker@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    LOL, as Todd Bowles was saying in the interview that he is not Bruce Arians or Jon Gruden, he said he has to coach the way he knows how to coach.
    Well, in the background, my radio was playing “I did it my way”.
    This was a good listen for me because I did not know that Todd was a free safety, at one time.
    It was quickly apparent that Todd is a very bright guy!

  2. GOB Says:

    GOB played safety too, so I have something of a soft spot for the other TB. It’s a thankless position in the pros, unless you’re very very good at it. QBs would usually find, and pick on me. Bowles had to take some of that with him into coaching. Think about it, it’s a thankless job too. All former safety’s, free, or strong, take a bit of an inferiority complex into post playing. Never met the man, but he seems like a genuinely good person.

  3. Dooley Says:

    Good Job Joe, this was a great interview.

  4. Miller5252 Says:

    Joe, I’m glad you took the time to donkey kick the Glazers about not letting the ordinary fan go to practice in the summer. Us fans who watched the Bucs implode for a good decade, the fire hydrant of the NFL, should be rewarded to watch if able. I don’t live in Florida, so I’m not going to be going, but fans wanting to bring the next generation of Bucs fan to practice should be free at all the years of crap football!! Sir, I’m glad you made it a strong point and hopefully someone with a brain changes it for the fans! Tip my hat to you sir! Great job!