Todd Bowles Confidence Poll (Week 11)

November 18th, 2022

Flash poll posted at 9:36 a.m. Poll closed at 1:21 p.m. Last week’s results linked here.

17 Responses to “Todd Bowles Confidence Poll (Week 11)”

  1. Caleb Says:

    Confidence in his ability to game plan defense? Absolutely. Confidence in his influence on offense and his in game decisions. Not so much.

  2. SB~LV Says:

    But I have an open mind

  3. OBVIOUS Says:

    Caleb, you nailed how I feel and I voted accordingly. Totally confident in his ability to run this “entire” team? Nope.. Confident in him handling the defense? TOTALLY CONFIDENT! Well, since he’s not interviewing elsewhere that is.

    GO BUCS!

  4. MadMax Says:

    I dont know yet….voted little….need to see more winning to be confident!

  5. D-Rok Says:

    I voted confident this week because a lot of little things have been improving the last few weeks. Even if we didn’t get the last 2 wins, having played the way the Bucs did was an improvement, but I’m glad to be on a 2-game winning streak.

    Like Bowles said in locker room after Seattle win, “We gotta start stacking wins.”

    I am being optimistic that Bowles can steadily improve this team this team.

    GO BUCS!!!

  6. D-Rome Says:

    Very confident.

  7. SufferingSince76 Says:

    I’m confident in the team continuing to play with heart and character. Bowles hasn’t changed, so I voted little confidence.

  8. WillieG Says:

    Little but that’s an improvement over the last poll. Hopefully I’ll be answering “very confident” real soon. I like Bowles, I wanted him to follow Arians (although not so soon), and I want him to get a few rings.

  9. tampabuscsbro Says:

    mass improvement this team is going in the right direction. Joe wrote 3-4 weeks ago “the next two months will tell a lot about Todd Bowles”.

    Keep it up Todd.

  10. Da Bucs Guy Says:


  11. Davenport Says:

    He’s the same weak, clueless loser as he was 2 weeks ago. He is what his record says he is.

    What has changed?

    Deciding to get out of Brady’s way has helped, Brady calling out the loafers helped but neither are a result of Bowles coaching. In fact, it just further highlights how ineffective he is

  12. NEfan Says:

    Sorry not yet, the Seattle game should have been 35-10, the fact the game ended up that close leaves me very little confidence at this time.

    Love to see a BL poll!!!

  13. Buc1987 Says:

    NEfan…you don’t even belong on this site…but thanks for chiming in once again about OUR team.

  14. NEfan Says:

    Buc1987, there are many on this site that don’t live in Tampa. I know more players on the Bucs than I do the Patriots. FYI, it’s not YOUR team it’s the Glazers.

  15. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    I’ll cast my late vote here: confidence, High

  16. Onetrickpony Says:

    I just don’t know. I keep looking at his past history before coming to the Bucs which hasn’t shown me too much since Ariens stepped down

  17. Tim Tehan Says:

    The head coach sets the tone and attitude for the whole team. Both Bruce Arians and Todd Bowles are extraordinarily loyal to their coaches and their players. Neither throws players under the bus . However, one coach was at the pinnacle of his career and nearing the end of his career with little to lose or to protect ( therefore not risk averse) and his comments and attitudes reflected that (still do). The current gentleman is on his second (and potentially last opportunity in the head job). He is much more conservative. He is an excellent defensive coordinator but not the best choice for an aging team that might see the window of opportunity to win the big prize. For example, Tom Brady should be the play caller.