Ben Roethlisberger Blasts Tom Brady

October 18th, 2022

“Clyde, Big Ben’s always been an asshat. You know that.”

Joe finds this exceptionally interesting considering Ben Roethlisberger is a Byron Leftwich guy and a close friend of Bucco Bruce Arians, and he knows what he’s looking at when it comes to old quarterbacks.

The Steelers legend, who retired after last season, has a podcast called Footbahlin with Ben Roethlisberger.

After watching the Steelers’ upset the Bucs on Sunday in Pittsburgh, Roethlisberger thought it over and decided he should tell the world Tom Brady doesn’t look like he wants to play football.

“I was up there just happy as can be watching the game. This is just my opinion, Tom is the greatest. The Super Bowl rings show it,” Roethlisberger said, via a NBC  Sports Boston transcript. “It didn’t look like he wanted to be out there. Maybe it was the pressure, and he was getting hit and whatever was going on. At one point I looked down there and said, there’s no way he’s enjoying this. No way. I was enjoying being up there watching the game. It just didn’t look fun for him.”

First, let Joe remind Roethlisberger that the then-winless 2014 Bucs beat his mighty Steelers team in Pittsburgh.

Second, Joe has to wag a finger at Roethlisberger for spewing such nonsense. And Joe wonders whether some of his chatter is based, in part, on what he’s been hearing from Leftwich over the last couple of months.

96 Responses to “Ben Roethlisberger Blasts Tom Brady”

  1. CGB Spender Says:

    Where’s the blast?

  2. ElioT Says:

    I don’t think Ben is off-base here, just stating the truth. It certainly wasn’t a fun game to watch and I doubt Brady was having any fun playing in it.

    Outside of Winfield TB was one of the only players or coaches expressing emotion out there.

  3. Goatfarmer Says:

    I agree with Ben. Tom thinks his offensive line sucks. Can’t run block but at least they can’t give him more that 2 seconds to release the ball. What fun!

    Tom is playing scared. Looks like the Horsefaced Kommandant might have been into something. Although I don’t blame Tom for wanting no part of the upcoming equestrian circus with her.

  4. Defense Rules Says:

    Brady’s blow-up at his OLine on the sidelines made it pretty obvious that he wasn’t having fun. Roethlisberger just stated the obvious.

  5. Bucamania Says:

    No fun playing behind that offensive line

  6. macajubav Says:

    I don’t quite understand your paragraph JOE:
    “First, let Joe remind Roethlisberger that then-winless 2014 Bucs beat his mighty Steelers team in Pittsburgh in 2014.”

    What the Fudge does that have to do with this article ?????
    Wierd ?

  7. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Actually, I think Ben is right….it didn’t look like Tom was enjoying it…..who can blame him…….It’s obvious he wasn’t having a good game……his Oline wasn’t run blocking, receivers weren’t getting open……
    Hopefully, he’ll have some fun in Carolina….

    Last year we got shut out by the Saints on 12/19 and on 12/26 we romped over Carolina 33-6…..let’s hope this is an encore. TBBF was at both games…..and he had fun in Carolina.

    There is a difference between the Pittsburgh crowd & Carolina…..Carolina is in a mess… fired…..Robbie “Antonio” Anderson pitching fits and getting traded……Go Bucs!!!

  8. Rod Munch Says:

    Of course Brady doesn’t want to be out there when you have a moron calling the plays and everyone in the stadium knows what is coming.

    What Brady needs to do is tell Leftwich to get lost, and just call the game at the line of scrimmage. You want to see the offense improve, dramatically, there’s a super easy fix, eliminate the voice of Leftwich.



  10. SB Says:

    Tom Brady griping at his offensive line over his horrible passes, is not gonna last for long until he starts playing like the old Tom Brady again

  11. chuggin Says:

    the sensational style headlines and takes on this site are becoming dumber by the day… ?? Joe thanks you for your patronage. –Joe

  12. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Yes, Tom Brady has NEVER yelled at his offensive line, and Goatfarmer has had better than Gisele. 🙄

  13. John Olmstead Says:

    0 yards rushing on every first down would dampen my enthusiasm as well.

  14. sasquatch Says:

    It’s not a stretch to suggest that Brady may not be as all-in as everyone likes to believe. He may be regretting his decision to return. I don’t know, but it’s reasonable to consider.

  15. alton d green Says:

    Rod Munch…..You nailed it. need to get rid of Ben Stein the coach

  16. Outsider Says:

    Blasting? Come on Joe

  17. #8 Says:

    chiefs getting ready to make a move.
    Curious if Bucs do-

  18. Vance Says:

    Let’s be completely honest. Leftwich did ZERO game planning. Lovie.. I mean Bowles wants to be a run 1st Offense. This coaching staff has completely changed the scheme which this team is not built for. They’re not planning to players strengths. Bowles Defense also gave up 3….. 3 3rd and longs that kept Brady off the field. Coaching staff is responsible. How the Hell don’t you attack
    A depleted secondary down 4 starting DBs with a missing TJ Watt.


  19. Bucsfan13 Says:

    Why would he look like he was having any fun. If I saw Brady out there smiling while we were getting embarrassed, I would be absolutely pissed! You shouldn’t be smiling when you’re putting bad product on the field. Smiling would like bad. Means he doesn’t care.

    If Leftwich is sending Ben to trash Tom, maybe he should look in the mirror. When do we play on CBS next, would love for Romo to rip our offense on national TV. When he ripped us in 2020 against the Chiefs, we changed some things. I know BA was triggered by the criticism. BA was blasting Brady, so you know Romo and Brady are friends, so Romo was sticking up for him.

    This Brady discourse is getting very old. His body language and play have been analyzed to a point of annoyance. Brady throughout his career has always been an intense competitor. This isn’t new at all.

  20. c2 Asante Says:

    Wanna see a glaring example of privilege? When they win its all Tom this, Tom that in spite of poor coaching. When they lose its idiot coaches not giving Tom a chance. Can’t have it both ways unless you are a “Tom”. Must be nice to be able to disrespect your Coach and team and take a two-week vacay in the middle of training camp, then jet off for a wedding party of another team’s owner while your teammates attend mandatory walk through. I dont care if you are the GOAT, teammates will lose respect and you will lose credibility when you disrespect the game. maybe he should have stayed retired if his heart is not all in it.

  21. Rod Munch Says:

    Vance Says:
    October 18th, 2022 at 4:22 pm
    Let’s be completely honest. Leftwich did ZERO game planning. Lovie.. I mean Bowles wants to be a run 1st Offense.


    You might be right on Bowles, but the one who would run the wishbone, if he could get away with it, is Leftwich. Go back to the first year Arians got here, and by game 4 people were already asking why the offense looks so bad and the playcalling is so incredibly predictable and not aggressive. Arians, publicly, called out Leftwich and said the offense had to be more aggressive, then things changed. But no Arians, and you get the same Leftwich who as the OC in Arizona in 2018, and that offense finished 32nd — which is last. Leftwich stinks. He was a project by Arians, trying to make a dullard into an NFL headcoach, and the Bucs would be 1000000x better off had Jacksonville been dumb enough to hire Leftwich this last offseason.

  22. Rod Munch Says:

    alton d green Says:
    October 18th, 2022 at 4:08 pm
    Rod Munch…..You nailed it. need to get rid of Ben Stein the coach


    Ha! I hadn’t actually heard Leftwich called that before, but that’s a great comparison.

  23. Brady Bucs Says:

    You know whats amazing Aaron Hernandez still huge Brady guy in jail. Aaron Hernandez hated Kraft Belichick even Gronk in the end. I think that says a lot about Brady a serial killer still had nothing but positive things to say about him. Brady all through his career he took pay cuts. As Ricky Watters once said “for who for what”. Imagine all the adversity Brady has over come the past 13 years. Belichick insisted on not getting Brady receivers. Brady had a bunch of small over achieving white receivers. Gronk always hurt didnt play in super bowl vs Falcons. Gronk also hurt and screwed patriots in second giants super bowl. Not to mention the welker drop. Aaron Hernandez the whole murders thing. . Being married to someone who hates football

  24. Jack Sparrow Says:

    If the Oline cannot make a hole and the play call keeps on dialing in a run in the gut, then of course you will be PO’s. Ben was just stating the fact.

  25. Bucsfan13 Says:

    ” We do what we do”. This is from the great offensive mind named Byron Leftwich. I bet Joe $1,0000 that when Joe asked Byron a question he will get that answer. Joe will also hear about how this offense is “multiple.”

    @Rod. This offense is DEAD last in rushing. Defenses know what is coming, so they are run blitzing. We aren’t discussing our anemic run game enough. The discourse is all about Brady.

    People are piling on Brady. The haters have been praying for his downfall for years. There are edit videos on social media designed to elicit outrage against
    him. I feel bad that his personal life is playing out in public. Some of his teammates might have marital issues, but you don’t hear about him.

    I will constantly remind people that Leftwich was the head of the worst offense in the league in 2019. He used to run David Johnson up the middle on first offense. It’s his philosophy. It’s his philosophy.

  26. unbelievable Says:


    If he was actually hearing this from Leftwich, it’s prob not nonsense.

    But Leftwich is a fool, so I would take it with a grain of salt

  27. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Ben is a DeShawn Watson in disguise. Maybe Ben should give Brady his game jersey back, he pretty much offered him oral for it after the Pat’s gave him ANOTHER arse whipping. No one checked out his final years than Big Ben, only playing for the pay check. His comments aren’t worth spit. Do I believe Brady is not having fun? Sure about as much fun as he had in the Rams PO game getting whipped around by Donald (no roughing) and a helmet to the chin from Miller (no call), only to see another great comeback only to see it taken away in 30 seconds by the job hunting new Bucs HC, Toilet Bowles. Ya he’s having a blast!

  28. Cobraboy Says:

    I like Brady a lot, but have to agree with Big Ben.

    Brady’s behavior, absences, and body languages tell me he’s mentally checked out.

    Sad way to end his career, because if he continues as he has up through Game 6, it’s over.

    He *was* the GOAT. He is currently The Old Guy With Personal Problems Who No Longer Has the Fire in the Belly.

  29. Eckwood Says:

    This is when Arians said I need a tougher QB , Brady was dropping extra deep for no reason and totally missed some easy throws …. He made some good throws also but missed some lay ups and as Ben said just wasn’t comfortable .

  30. Eckwood Says:

    It looked like 7 step drops outta the shot gun !!

  31. JeffreyLane77 Says:

    I don’t think anybody on the team had fun that day. We all know know the fans didn’t have fun watching it either.

  32. D-Rok Says:

    Release Air Coryell and let Brady run IMPORTANT drives in uptempo or no-huddle. It’s worked well so far this year. The red zone issues are another matter, but Brady will be having fun if they run more hurry-up.

    As for Ben’s comments, meh, doesn’t do much for this fan. Now if Ben would detail, using his vast knowledge of X’s and O’s, what the problems are and how to fix them, then I’d consider his words.

  33. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Look at the bright side…The Bucs could’ve traded several 1st Round picks and young players for Russell Wilson.

  34. BucsFan81 Says:

    I bet Tom does regret his decision. He lead to a divorce and now he is playing on a team with idiot coaches and a team that is barely a 500 ball club. Honestly this team desperately misses Bruce Arians. He held players accountable and called out even the Star players when they were playing like crap. Bowles just repeats the same crap and is as boring as leftwhich.

  35. beano Says:

    Why do people keep calling Brady “the GOAT”? Because he’s won more Super Bowls than anyone? That’s not a legitimate standard. Bart Starr won 5 NFL Championships with the Packers in the 60s – a record that stood for decades – and when Montana and Brady had 4 NFL Championships each (rebranded as “Super Bowls”), nobody called Starr “the GOAT”.

    Football is a team sport, and Brady won 7 because he played on great teams with great players, many of whom are or will be Hall of Fame players.

    To me, the real GOAT quarterback is one who never played with a single Hall of Fame player on offense, and still took his team to 2 consecutive Super Bowls, winning 1 and losing the other because his defense failed the team. Favre.

  36. Buczilla Says:

    Joe said something about this the other day. We had a top offense 3 years running and then when we lose Arians, we are suddenly in the middle of the pack. That is not a coincidence and certainly not a mystery. All of the nonesense Arians was saying about Byron having almost complete autonomy over the offense was utter bs. So far, Byron has sucked as a play caller this year and we are hurting because we lost our hall of fame coach. Injuries and a couple of rare bad signings by Licht haven’t helped either. F’d up season so far, but it’s still early.

  37. SlyPirate Says:


    Not sure why he’s playing. If it wasn’t TB12, I’m not sure the Bucs would be starting a guy that really doesn’t want to be playing football (at least not for the Bucs).

  38. Alanbucsfan Says:

    Brady doesn’t like playing behind an Oline that gets dominated

  39. brooks Says:

    Agree Tom should have stayed…..

  40. BucU Says:

    This team is broken. Todd Bowles and Leftwich will change nothing. This team has no intangibles. No enthusiasm. It’s disgusting.
    There’s no reason whatsoever to think this garbage disguised as a contending NFL football team will turn things around. Bowles and Leftwich you 2 are on the clock!

  41. Your Mom Says:

    Kinda wonder if Brady is not as healthy as we think… if he is nursing an injury, they are not going to reveal it to the world… but you’d not want him to be taking hit after hit… you’d try to run the ball much more… just a theory.

  42. Scooter Says:

    Head to head Brady beat Ben most of the time. Kick a guy when he’s down. Jealousy.

  43. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Another Prozac Joe article.
    The same Joe that wrote the premature victory celebration I’m sure

  44. Rod Munch Says:

    D-Rok Says:
    October 18th, 2022 at 5:39 pm
    Release Air Coryell and let Brady run IMPORTANT drives in uptempo or no-huddle.


    When the Bucs were struggling on offense in 2020, that is what fixed things. Of course, if you watched the games that year, you’d notice that when Brady went up tempo, after a few plays, Leftwich LITERALLY would grind everything to a half by mandating a personel change, which forced the team to huddle and to take the play calling out of Brady’s hands.

    Leftwich is a dullard, but the issue is, he doesn’t know it, he thinks he’s a genius because he had Winston and Brady putting up big numbers in spite of him.

  45. unbelievable Says:

    Gotta give beano some credit for bringing the most laughable takes of the day every day.

  46. Bojim Says:

    I think he was quite confident when he decided to unretire. Then he got hit by someone who thought he had nothing more to prove. Bet some bad thoughts are rolling around in his head a lot. He’s human.

  47. unbelievable Says:

    @Rod Munch – you might be the only person who has been harping on this for as long as I have:

    Leftwich is simply not a good coordinator. He doesn’t attack weaknesses, he doesn’t game plan, he’s not creative and he doesn’t even understand the concept of misdirection and scheming guys open.

    Now that he only has 5 pro-bowl/all-pro/HOF players on offense instead of 7, he’s been exposed for what he is: average at best.

    Him, along with guys like Devin White and Shaq, have been riding too high off their SB win for too long. That team is long gone boys, so figure it TF out already!

  48. Mike Johnson Says:

    Brady simply does not have the time he had last year. He is taking more hits. And If our O line does not get straight. It will not, he’s gonna take quite a few more hits until he is out. Defenses know he can’t run 2 yrds and so does he. Watch the spotty play of our O and D lines. It will tell you all you need to know.

  49. Jonny Says:

    I don’t think Big Ben is stressing that Brady did not want to be out there. He is emphasizing, correctly in my opinion, that Brady wasn’t enjoying the fact that this game turned out to be such a tough matchup, with the Steelers D playing like it was their SB. Brady’s anger and frustration said he was all in. But anger is sometimes a desperate shortsighted hope that one can will their team to success. The situation on Sunday however deserved a zen Brady. I’ve never seen Brady as worked up as he has been this year. Outside of a game or two, he was never this moody with the Patriots. His look was always more of focus than frustration.

  50. Bucsfan13 Says:

    As a Michigan alum who’s followed Tom’s career since college, we really need to judge his behavior over the course of his twenty-three years. Some fans are basing their opinions on this “Tompa Tom” guy. I’ve held my nose and watched every single NE game. Folks, what we are seeing is “Psycho Tom.”Tom has always been emotional on the sidelines. This isn’t new behaviors, and his teammates and coaches know this. That’s why they’re not getting as worked up as some fans.

    The misinformation surrounding Brady and practice habits has been successful in people who lack critical thinking skills and who lack the knowledge of the intricacies of the day to day activities of a football team.

    Monday: The team have meetings and review and self-scout from the previous game. Some players might even receive treatment.
    Tuesday: The entire team has an off day. This is true for most teams:
    Wednesday: Is a full practice with pads.
    Thursday: It’s practice and install day for the team. It’s generally one of the most important day of the week.
    Friday: Light practice and walkthrough and maybe film work. It’ usually a short day of practice.
    Saturday: The team does a brief walkthrough in the morning. It’s not any physical contact. It’s just a brief mental exercise of the plays that were installed in the week.

    Brady was a FULL participant on practice W-F. He practiced on the most critical days. People are conflating practice with walkthroughs. Practice is infinitely more important than a brief morning walkthrough.

    Brady and his “Vet days” are also being purposely misconstrued. Folks, Lavonte David has a scheduled vet day on Friday. Godwin’s vet day is on Thursday. Julio’s vet day is on Wednesday and sometimes Evans has a vet day. Suh used to get a vet day when he was on the team. Vets days aren’t unusual for older players. Brady isnt getting any special treatment, and if there is any player who deserves a vet day it’s the 45 year old. Another misconception is that vet days are personal days. They are not personal days. Players show up for film work and meetings, and whatever treatment might be needed. They’re not chilling at home watching Netflix.

  51. unbelievable Says:

    “Watch the spotty play of our O and D lines. It will tell you all you need to know.”


    If you win in the trenches, you usually win the game. If not, well, we all know how that usually turns out too…

  52. adam from ny Says:

    i agree with rod…

    brady should just override every leftwich calls that comes in if he thinks it’s the wrong call, or the defense seems prepared for it…


  53. adam from ny Says:

    tom went from basically an end to end potentially pro-bowl offensive line last year, to the hot mess of behemoths in front of him this year (notice i’m not throwing anyone under the bus)…

    at a brittle 45 he is probably quietly freakin’ out

  54. Ed Says:

    Stretch the field please. This team has to have plays in their pocket to pull out to convert 3rd and 1’s. Stop being fancy in the red zone and call some plays that opponents aren’t ready for.

    Leftwich and Bowles are on the warm seat. Waiting for some changes.

  55. HC Grover Says:

    this team is imploding from top down under bowles.

  56. BigMacAttack Says:

    Body language is what told Ben that. I sensed it too as did many others. Perception is reality. Truth hurts. Fix it !!!

  57. Jmarkbuc Says:

    I guess BA and the red sharpie was a good thing.

  58. LongTime BucsFan Says:

    Too much is being made about losing BA as head coach being related to the decline in our offense.

    Ten times more significant is losing Ryan Jensen, Ali Marpet, the continuity of our O-line, Gronk, and Julio Jones. Bring those players back and we’re back to 30+ points every single game.

    I love BA as head coach but he isn’t able to do any blocking on the O-line or catch any TD passes in the red zone. All 4 of those players I named above are top 5 in the league when healthy, with at least 2 or 3 going into the Hall of Fame.

  59. Kentucky Buc Says:

    Should’ve asked Ben how much fun he had his last 5 years.

  60. chuggin Says:

    the sensational style headlines and takes on this site are becoming dumber by the day… ?? Joe thanks you for your patronage. –Joe

    must have hit a nerve….

    seriously plenty of juice in the Bucs news cycle to constantly squeeze lame takes and over cooked headlines. do better.

  61. BuckyDent Says:

    Brady has plenty to be successful. Gameplan needs work but the 45 year old shouldn’t be throwing the ball 40 times. Bring in Lamar!

  62. donuts Says:

    If Gage catches that perfectly thrown TD pass from Brady, we are having a completely different conversation this week. I mention it because it seems the fans and media have turned on the greatest Buc QB of all time.

  63. alton d green Says:

    i guess “blast” means different things to different people. And Joe Biden got 40 million votes

  64. adam from ny Says:

    i swear if brady is leaving after this season – the players already have an idea – so maybe people are checking out as the injuries compile and the superbowl seems further away by the week…

    i would find it super interesting to swap in lamar jackson as the new qb here next season if tommy b is definitely outta here…

    it would be a wild looking offense with a serious OC

  65. adam from ny Says:

    if you tape gage’s game check to the ball, he would never drop a pass 🙂

  66. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Lamar Jackson will be bagging groceries in Walmart in 5 years. It took BA and his reject coaching staff to kill the GOAT. Even the best QB that ever played the game can’t keep the Bucs out of the toilet.

  67. Redeemer Says:

    Brady’s only having fun when he’s winning. It might sound strange but it’s fear that motivates him. Fear of not being the best. The great Steve Young once said, the pain of losing is far greater than the joy of winning. I’m guessing Brady feels similarly. Remember when Brady said he wouldn’t want his kids to be so singularity driven? Playing QB is what gives him his sense of self. He’s going to have a real hard time with retirement.

  68. firethecannons Says:

    hope todd bowles lights a firecracker up this teams collective ass! so over this I hate devin white going forward and will only feel better once he is traded for the maximum picks cannot watch him and support him as he has focked up too many times!

  69. Rod Munch Says:

    The dopes who are angry that Tom was yelling at his offensive lineman, that is call ‘projection’. It means you’re a loser who lives a miserable life and everyone dumps on you because you’re a complete and total screw-up, so seeing any sort of man yelling at other men, well, you identify as the victim, because you’re a loser that thinks of themselves as a victim.

    Anywho, as noted on Sunday during the game, the offensive line literally played better of Tommy chewed them out. Turns out they needed that.

    But Tommy should have saved his energy and not wasted it blasting the offensive line, he should have gotten in Leftwich’s face and slapped the playbook out of his hand and said, enough, I’m not running your garbage, predictable, unproductive plays, anymore.

  70. LakelandSteve Says:

    A lot of us have played football before (on a different level than Brady). I don’t ever remember a time where your getting beaten physically that it was fun. Most of us don’t like losing, but getting punched in the mouth time after time is not fun, especially when you don’t have an answer.

  71. SPARKY Says:

    Does anyone really think the o-line didn’t need yelling at? My only problem is that Brady had to do it. What are the coaches doing? And as far as the offense being so bad, consider that we were probably only 1 yard away 3 times in the red zone from getting a first down and then a possible touchdown. That is definitely fixable. Hopefully they will fix it.

  72. beano Says:

    The season is a bust. Dump Brady, save money, and play Trask. He had a higher quarterback rating than both Goobert and Brady in the last preseason game – playing with truck drivers – and deserves it. Hell he would probably be 3-3 too right now, and developing. The Bucs are living in the past – 2020 – and it ain’t coming back.

  73. beano Says:

    The season is a bust. Dump Brady, save money, and play Trask. He had a higher quarterback rating than both Goobert and Brady in the last preseason game – playing with truck drivers – and deserves it. Hell he would probably be 3-3 too right now, and developing. The Bucs are living in the past – 2020 – and it ain’t coming back.

  74. beano Says:

    “Rod Munch Says: The dopes who are angry that Tom was yelling at his offensive lineman”

    You’re the dope. That was a classless act. It’s what Marino used to do and why he never won a Super Bowl.

  75. merryplankster777 Says:

    Can’t get too complacent or over look any given Sunday, ice cream or old timers knot in baked Bean town.
    Good lesson… Brady will sprinkle in some Evans to even it out. Get out the ironing board folks – its time for O line to get the memo 2 level the ground, game is on!!! Go Bucs! They will do Great.

  76. gp Says:

    Pittsburgh got it done with 4 D-linemen.
    Stopped the run.
    Consistently pressured Brady so longer plays couldn’t develop.
    And left the rest of the defense to cover.
    They played their asses off and we didn’t.

    Next game…..

  77. Steven Levy Says:

    Bean boy with another regurgitated “original” take. I dismantled it in another thread. All hail the all time interception leader! (eye roll).

  78. Mike in LOL Says:

    Where’s the article on this Brady deployment crap?

  79. Steven007 Says:

    Need a win on Sunday, obviously, and preferably a statement game. It’s going to be McCaffrey heavy on the Panthers side…

  80. gp Says:

    LakelandSteve Says:
    October 18th, 2022 at 8:39 pm

    A lot of us have played football before (on a different level than Brady). I don’t ever remember a time where your getting beaten physically that it was fun. Most of us don’t like losing, but getting punched in the mouth time after time is not fun, especially when you don’t have an answer.

    He11! I couldn’t stand losing to my kids playing silly board games when they were young.
    They had to play perfect games to beat me!
    Pretty confident their success so far, and into the future, can be attributed, at least in part, to the competitiveness they learned from that.
    BTW, they were Mathletes, not athletes. They’ll get their millions!

  81. Bucsfan13 Says:

    Beano is a troll and ignorant. Marino yelling at his teammates wasn’t the reason he didn’t get to SBs. He had no run game and defense. How old are you? Total ignorance. By the way, Brady was using encouraging words. I’m so sick of you triggered snowflakes who get offended by any emotion displayed by an athlete. It’s an emotional sport. They didn’t care in NE. I’m thinking this is a TB problem loser mentality.

    I lived through the miserable lost decade. I like when someone shows some damn emotion. I agree with Beano if Licht just gonna throw away I supposed all in season by continuing to play a LG that’s out of his league might as well play Trask. Let him be the crash test dummy

  82. Goatfarmer Says:

    Toad’s Bowel, with Jason Licht and BA in attendance, needs a very hot, very direct jet hout-long enema from the Glazers. He was gifted a dream roster. All he has done is made it look like a clown show, with great apologies to most clowns for denigrating them to this horrible level.

  83. Goatfarmer Says:

    Funny how Joe in Michigan sticks up for the Glazers when he insisted Brady was over the hill and washed up when Licht and BA hired him.

    Yes, Joe in MI — your post is still there for all to see. Take it easy with your prancing.

  84. adam from ny Says:

    the league power teams are turning over a bit…it happens about every 3-4 years…there is a shift…if even a slight shift


  85. Redeemer Says:

    beano, the reason Brady can screech at his line, is because he has the hardware. Danny boy doesn’t. See the difference?

  86. Goatfarmer Says:

    Here’s the bona fide Joe in Michigan beauty, exposing him as no better than the posters he blows his holier than thou loads on —


    Joe in Michigan Says:
    March 12th, 2020 at 9:57 am
    I’ve had enough “splash moves” in my years as a Bucs fan to last me a lifetime, such as:

    Taking Steve Young instead of Reggie White in the 1984 supplemental draft (I’ve always loved pass rushers).
    Drafting Vinny Testaverde over Cornelius Bennett, and trading Young off for peanuts.
    Trading a 1st Rounder for Chris Chandler because Testaverde got blamed for losses, even though the rest of the team was terrible.
    Trading 2 1st Rounders for Keyshawn Johnson, even though it was known he was a locker room cancer.

    If signing Brady costs us not being able to sign some of our good players that AREN’T OVER THE HILL LIKE BRADY, this will be another possible “splash move” failure to add to the list. ”

    Nicce take, Nostradamus.

  87. Bucsfan13 Says:

    @Redeemer. Why are people so damn soft?! Tommy went at with coaches. He wasn’t berating his OL. He was encouraging his OL

  88. D-Rok Says:

    We can do it!

  89. Rod Munch Says:

    beano – A, I know you are but what am I comeback? LOL!

    What a loser.

    Also the fact you say Marino didn’t win a SB because he was mean, and then compare it to Brady, who literally has won more than anyone else in sports, ever… you’re just not very bright. I can see why your bosses yell at you and you never progressed past bag boy.

  90. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Goatfarmer: I never said anything about always being right. All I’m saying is there’s a 99.99% chance you’ve been with a woman uglier than “horse face”, as you call her. Am I right?

  91. Bucsfan13 Says:

    @RodMunch. Beano is an idiot. Marino had no run game, and he didn’t have good defenses. The only thing Marino and Brady have in common are elite pocket movement and presence

  92. Goatfarmer Says:

    There’s a 99.9999% chance the ugly ones are way more fun than the Horsefaced Kommandant.

  93. Goatfarmer Says:

    Here’s some real genius:

    “If signing Brady costs us not being able to sign some of our good players that AREN’T OVER THE HILL LIKE BRADY, this will be another possible “splash move” failure to add to the list.”

    Who said that in all caps, Joe in Michigan?

  94. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Goatfarmer: Me. Who cares?

  95. Show Me the TDs Says:

    Blast??? Might want to temper down the hyperbole, snowflake.

  96. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Looks like Beano is on the juice again. Brady could beat Marino in a foot race. Marino was a great precision passer but never won squat. Trask? You’re out of your mind, Bucs are 1-5 with him, if they’re lucky.