Rondé Barber Talks Life After Tom Brady, Drafting A Quarterback In 2023

January 19th, 2023

Third-string quarterback Kyle Trask.

Yesterday, Joe shared Tampa Bay legend Rondé Barber’s thoughts on Todd Bowles’ job security and the Bucs and Tom Brady each being fine with a divorce.

Today, Joe has little more from Barber’s sitdown with

It seems Barber thinks the Bucs might want to invest in drafting another quarterback with different attributes than the one they picked in 2021, Kyle Trask.

“You drafted Kyle Trask a couple years ago, had a pretty decent preseason. I did those games. I watched him improve, really look like a capable starter in the NFL, but I would not be surprised if they do look to the draft,” Barber said. “There are some guys that are available that offer a little more dynamism than a 45-year-old, you know, somewhat immobile quarterback that Tom Brady was the past three years. I think the league’s evolving a little bit to that level … where mobility is an asset … So it’ll be interesting to see if that’s the direction that they go if Tom is no longer here.”

Trask is more mobile than Brady, but he’s not mobile by NFL standards. Heck, Trask averaged 0.4 yards per scramble in college.

As Joe has written many times, Barber’s thoughts and perceptions are not to be dismissed. He’s tight with Bucs ownership and general manager Jason Licht, and he works for the club calling preseason games and is part of its in-house media team year-round.

Joe suspects Barber is hearing that Trask hasn’t impressed Todd Bowles enough to hand him the post-Brady baton, if there is a post-Brady baton.

80 Responses to “Rondé Barber Talks Life After Tom Brady, Drafting A Quarterback In 2023”

  1. Allbuccedup Says:

    Trade the 49ers for Trey Lance looks like Brock is a purdy good quarterback.

  2. Rod Munch Says:

    I would absolutely not draft a guy this year, unless it’s just a late round flyer.

    Assuming Brady isn’t back, and I think it’s 99.9% likely he is not, then you use 2023 to clean up the cap as much as possible, and see what you have in Trask. I do not think Trask is a starting NFL QB, but I’m more than happy letting him prove me wrong.

    2023 is a lost year in any case.

  3. robert Says:

    I like Trask…….but I pity the QB who has to work with toilet bowl at the helm.

    they’re already firing everyone BUT bowls…..hmmmmp. go figure. some folks are untouchable.

  4. Goatfarmer Says:

    Trashk won’t make whatever CFL team Leftwurst gets an assistant towel boy gig at.

  5. beano Says:

    RONDE BARBER: “Kyle Trask had a pretty decent preseason. I did those games. I watched him improve, really look like a capable starter in the NFL.”

    Joe, how did you let that get in? Pay attention! Can’t allow those things around the chidlren here.

  6. LOL Says:

    Why anyone likes Trask as the next starter is beyond most fans I am sure. He looks like a bottom tier backup at best from what I have seen. It is obvious to all that the Bucs need to either draft a QB in the future or sign/trade for a Vet.

    If Trask is the answer next year, they are literally just trying to tank for a top 5 draft pick….

  7. Rod Munch Says:

    Just, again, how insanely clueless was Leftwich?

    That moron turned down the Jags offer to be head coach because he demanded his own, handpicked GM. That guy is so stupid he legitimately thought he could just make his own terms and people would want him.

    Also, to double down on stupid, keep in mind that at the time Leftwich is telling the Jags to fudge off, Brady was retired. So this moron thought, without Brady, he would show the NFL what a great OC he was and every team would come beating down his door to hire him.

    As if the lack of any adjustments and calling the same plays over and over again in the same order wasn’t enough proof of how stupid he was, just think of what he did with the Jags.

    Legit, he could be the dumbest coach in all of football.

  8. Jack Burton Mercer Says:

    I like Trask and want him to get a serious chance but I am worried about his below average mobility. Arm strength, or at least how he uses it, remains partially unanswered.

  9. Rod Munch Says:

    LOL Says:
    January 19th, 2023 at 2:16 pm
    Why anyone likes Trask as the next starter is beyond most fans I am sure.


    Well, I like Trask because I think 2023 is a lost year and the Bucs should be trying to lose and get the #1 pick in 2024. Trask is your best chance at doing that.

  10. sasquatch Says:

    Absolutely look at drafting a QB. Don’t really want some other team’s 30 million dollar unwanted mediocrity. It’s time to build something new and Trask is not the guy.

  11. Bucs56 Says:

    You don’t draft a qb just to draft one. They are not picking high enough to get anybody better then Trask who has 2 years here. Unless will levis drops to your range. So run Trask out there and if he stinks you tank for next year’s draft. But the team needs their picks to fill other holes .

  12. SB Says:

    Absolutely Hilarious and disturbing at the same time the hatred for a QB that has never gotten a chance at the NFL level. The fact that so many write him off as a failure shows they myopia and ignorance of Bucs fans in general. Sad.

  13. lambchop Says:

    @Rod Munch,

    The only way Todd Bowles sees a 2024 Bucs season is if they draft a QB or they prove people wrong next season (doubt it).

    The NFL doesn’t work on logic and patience. It works on results. And until we hire Artificial Intelligence to start calling plays and making decisions, humans will prolong their downfall by drafting rookie QBs well above their value with questionable metrics like a 40-yard dash and a Wonderlic score.

  14. Craig Says:

    I think the current direction of running QBs is a fad, likely to die out at any time.

    I don’t know where Trask has developed to, if he was developed at all. I would like to see him given a chance because he doesn’t need to scramble, just move the pocket a few feet, if he has a decent release time.

    I don’t think Trask is a second coming of Mahomes, I do think he is better than just a serviceable QB.


    Mobility is an asset at the QB position??? THANK YOU CAPTAIN OBVIOUS

  16. gp Says:

    ***Also, to double down on stupid, keep in mind that at the time Leftwich is telling the Jags to fudge off, Brady was retired. So this moron thought, without Brady, he would show the NFL what a great OC he was and every team would come beating down his door to hire him. **************************

    Maybe, just maybe, he was thinking he would be able to call the offense the same way he did the previous two years. By the time he found out that Bowles was going to hamstring his offense to match his static game plan, (no changes game to game to game) it was too late to jump ship.

    You are right though, when you say that next season is already a lost cause.
    Sad to think that there are quite a few posters on this site that are actually happy with that.

  17. Guzzie Says:

    Not going to get a franchise QB drafting close to the 20’s, take this year to evaluate Trask, Bowles is a lame duck coach anyways

  18. Nicholas Carlson Says:

    Someone said get Trey Lance and yes!

  19. gp Says:

    BTW, we won’t get the number one pick either, he’ll screw that up too.

  20. Aubpierce Says:

    Trask wasn’t the guy at Florida until he became the guy. I will take Trask’s senior year performance all day long. Trask played behind a terrible line at Florida as he would if he started for the Bucs. Give him a chance, let him sink or swim. The Bucs need two offensive lineman and at least one more pass rusher to be competent again.

  21. acey Says:

    Honestly, there’s no QB worth taking at 19 for us. Unless the Stanford kid is still on the board, you look somewhere else. Odds are it’s gonne be impossible to move heaven and earth to trade up to 1 with the Bears to secure Bryce, so bring in someone like Heinicke, Brisset, or Dalton to scale Trask against and see how things pan out.

  22. Buc4evr Says:

    Sure start Trask next year that way in 2024 we can get both a new HC and get the number 1 draft pick.

  23. JN Says:

    They just need to blow it up… 54M over cap with no QB and a dire need a LT, LG and zero elite pass rusher. I can go on and on. Love Shaq but last I checked guys dont come back more explosive off the edge after achilles injry. Bucs need to DUMP salary, get young and fast. This is an old and slow team. Window has closed. If I were running things there would be one safe guy – Tristan Wirfs. And Bowles would be LONG gone. Dump salary, acquire more draft capital and lets rebuild this team. Seems like a waste to keep Bowles around. Just prolonging the inevitable. Been a fan since ’76 and we had a lot of BAD teams/seasons. NEVER BEEN AS DISAPPOINTED AS THIS YEAR.

  24. Tye Says:

    The Bucs haven’t drafted a good qb since 1984 (Steve Young) and the royally screwed that up…
    Since 2000 the Bucs draft 2 qbs in the 1st round (Winston and Freeman) which the Bucs most likely would have been better without them…

    Some decent vet qbs could be available this offseason… better chances with them having any level of success as ‘Toilet’ Todd screws it up!

  25. Redeemer Says:

    I don’t want a Lamar type QB. Don’t think you can win Superbowls with legs and limited ability from the pocket. Trask will get a shot, unless he’s worse than I think he is, which is pretty bad. To be a pure pocket passer, you have to be elite in today’s NFL. Mahomes, Allen and Joe B. can extend and run, but they can win games from the pocket too. It takes a great mush rush and incredible discipline to beat that type QB.

  26. JN Says:

    TYE – the Bucs have NEVER had a franchise QB… UNTIL BRADY. Think about that for a minute. Doug Williams was closest thing but was he actually here long enough? Culverhouse and he squabbled over 200K or so before he bolted to Birmingham. From Doug to Vinny to Trent to Josh to Jameis… AS YOU SAID (and said well) THEY SCREWED UP STEVE F-ing YOUNG!

  27. Dooley Says:

    Hendon Hooker(really wanted Penix Jr. but he’s going back to U-Dub) is projected to be a day 2 pick, so even if we signed a vet QB(I believe we will) and still have Trask our best option for a future w/o Brady is a 2 to 3-way QB competition this offseason. I definitely don’t expect Licht to stand pat at pick 19 in this draft and just giving the offense to a young QB like we did with Winston & Freeman w/no resistance is NOT the way to build for the future. The nucleus of this team still has a decent amount of talent and we’re on Mike Greenberg time in terms of manipulating the salary cap. Also, you Gator homers, stop before ya’ll even start with the Richardson stuff dude is a less explosive Logan Thomas at the QB position.

  28. Dooley Says:


    “franchise QB” is really meaningless buzz phrase tossed around in media to elevate the importance of the QB driven narrative in football. Reality has kind of shown all 32 teams in the league don’t all have a “franchise QB” at once, and Brady spent 3 years of a 20+ year career in Tampa and won a title, by that logic Brad Johnson is also a former Bucs “franchise” QB

  29. Redeemer Says:

    JN, they had a hall of famer in Steve Young. If the organization wasn’t such a clown show at the time, they’d of realized it. Great players need great coaching.

  30. Jerry Says:

    Brock Purdy was drafted in the 7th round and he’s winning games.

    This idea that a QB has to be picked in the top 5 to be any good is stupid. I can give you an endless list of QBs selected high and turned out to be duds.

  31. BrianBucs Says:

    19 there will not be a top QB available in the 2023 draft.
    However, the 2024 draft will be Loaded with QB talent.
    See what you have in Trask and if he isn’t the guy then draft a QB in 2p24 when you will have a new HC and coaching staff to develope him

  32. Bucs56 Says:

    Could be worse. Jets have not had a franchise QB since Namath and they use a first rounder every 3 years on one.

  33. Bucmike Says:

    Baker anyone ?????????????

  34. Rand Says:

    Agree 100% with SB

  35. patrickbucs Says:

    Maybe Lamarcus can get us Winston back?

  36. Bucsfanman Says:

    So, just for frame for reference, how many 49ers fans thought that Brock Purdy would be the answer?

    To quote Donald Rumsfeld, “there are things that we know we don’t know.”!!!

    We can’t know if ANY QB will be good in whatever new offense the Bucs roll out. Nobody knows about Trask. He could be a dud or…

    I am not interested in this notion of tanking for higher picks. The premise of that philosophy is to root for your team to lose. If we’re going to be sorry (again!) lets be sorry trying to win games. Otherwise, what’s the point?!

  37. Bucs56 Says:

    Baker makes sense in terms of no risk and likely limited $$. I just think QBs under 6 feet are dommed to fail. Brees and Wilson are rare examples and need a perfect situation to work around the pocket.

  38. Jerry Says:

    What happens if you bring in a guy like Mayfield or Carr and he wins 9 games and wins the pitiful NFC South? Guess what, we pick at #19 again. If you fix the running game and the defense adds a little speed, you can get to 9 wins with even a mediocre QB. You aren’t going to pick #1 with this roster unless you want to blow it up…which is probably not the best idea.

  39. beano Says:

    “LOL Says: Why anyone likes Trask as the next starter is beyond most fans I am sure.”

    1. Most fans are idyots.

    2. Most fans are FSU/Jameis fan bois.

    3. Most fans wanted Justin Fields which Chicago is ready to dump.

    4. Most fans want Johnny Manziel.

    5. ‘Nuff said.

  40. beano Says:

    There is a great article at Bucs Report titled “THE CONCERN OVER KYLE TRASK”. It debunks all the critcisms of Trask, so you haters surely won’t want to miss it. Below is a link.

  41. Dooley Says:


    outside of the Bucs game against SF, have you paid any attention to how merciless their defense is? Again, ya’ll are condition to give credit to QBs like they’re MLB pitchers tossing no hitters, there’s no equivlant to that in an NFL game. Purdy is young, managing the offense, and doing well not making rookie mistakes that cost the 9ers drives or games. Also lol @ “Baker makes sense” as he didn’t make sense in Cleveland, Carolina, and apparently LA doesn’t really want him back lol dudes isn’t even 30 and he’s been medicore in 3 different times zones as a pro

  42. Micah Says:

    Make sure you have the 1st in the draft when Arch Manning declares

  43. Bucamania Says:

    Just say no to the stop-gap QBs like Baker and Mayfield and Derek Carr. I don;t have much faith in Trask but if he does suck then you’ll be in a great position to draft a QB next year.

  44. doc Says:

    Peaple keep saying dump Coach B, who wants to and coach this salary cap hell.

  45. beano Says:


    Read this before you make unsubstantiated comments about Trask:

  46. Tbbucs3 Says:

    The 46 year old declining statue needs to go….

    Trask will be in the USFL in 3 years…

    Sign or draft a competent QB with some mobility and this offense will be fine….the Bucs need a RB but have 2 great WRs and will be fine at OLine with some tweaking

  47. Kentucky Buc Says:

    Lol. Embrace the Suck.

  48. SKBucsFan Says:

    @Rod. Not only did he turn down the Jags position but he cistvus a 3rd round compensation pick this year. That really hurts when we need a lot of help. Players will need to compensate for Bowles inability to effectively coach.

    And I agree. We have a young QB that needs a chance. We couldn’t do it with GOAT so how would a wasted draft pick be able to do it. Focus on the O-line, LB’s and receivers this draft.

  49. Crickett Baker Says:

    You dementia-stricken people seem to forget that Brady was a 199th pick.

  50. Bobby M. Says:

    Licht had THE #1 pick….he whiffed. A 2nd rd pick….also missed. What makes anyone think he can draft QBs? He’s solid at o-line, WRs and safeties….QBs he’s pretty terrible at picking.

  51. jerry rubin Says:

    #1 Fire Todd Bowles, he is a disaster.
    #2 Fix the left side of the O-Line.
    #3 Get a running back
    #4. Fix the defense, it looked bad all year long.

  52. HC Grover Says:

    Firing Lefty but no Bowels is half assed. There3 must be a reason for it but that escapes me. Anybody know? I do not think that Lefty is himself responsible for the mess. He is an underling. His replacement will face the same top down disaster.

  53. CrackWise Says:

    You Trask bashers, I don’t get it, I really don’t.

    Joe, please show the people KT stats his last year at UF.
    Compare said stats to the last TWO Heisman QB winners.

    I have already done it several times. I DONT GET THE HATE FOR KYLE. He has yet to get an opportunity to prove ANYTHING.

    I just don’t get it.

  54. stpetebucfan Says:


    Agree completely with the availability of QB’s in later rounds. In addition drafting high is NO assurance of success.

    No doubt it SHOULD give you better odds. 54% of the NFL’s starting QB’s were drafted in the 1st round. HOWEVER…according to 25 year trends 40% are busts!

    Remember the year we wasted an incredibly valuable top pick of the entire draft on Fameis Jameis? Remember who went second..Marcus Mariotta. NEITHER of them was anywhere near that much draft capital.

    There are plenty examples of QB’s who were journeymen before finally finding their stride. From my early days who about the guy who virtually invented scrambling QB’s Fran Tarkenton.

    “Frantic Fran” began his career in Minnesota and played there for five seasons before being traded to the New York Giants in 1967 and spending five seasons with that franchise.

    He had losing records with both clubs before being traded back to Minnesota in 1972 and really finding his rhythm. Considered one of the pioneers of mobile quarterbacking, Tarkenton went 64-27-2 in his next seven season with the Vikings, a time frame that included three Super Bowl appearances.

    That’s TEN YEARS of mediocrity before becoming a Superstar!

    Rich Gannon is another guy who took a dozen years to emerge.

    This is why that speculation on Baker Mayfield got my attention. My son is a Browns fan and always told me that Baker could play well at times but he was handicapped by Clevelands horrid coaching. Just seems like a better bet than ANY raw untested rookie.

  55. ClwJB Says:

    I bet Bowles thinks Blaine Gabbert is a good option….or David Carr

    I mean he thinks Keith Armstrong can coach special teams….

    Bowles is a bum as a HC

  56. steele Says:

    It doesn’t matter how many “underlings” are fired. As long as Bowles is HC, this team will fail. It doesn’t matter how much he will surround himself with his former flunkies and yes-men from the Jets era. He utterly failed in NY, just as he failed this season here.

    Because the overarching problem has been top-down. Leadership, vision, direction, creativity, tone setting, ability to connect with and motivate individuals, BELIEF. The establishment and nurturing of a brand of football that works. Todd Bowles offers none of any of this. He has blamed everything and everyone else, including the players, when it has been his responsibility entirely. It is ridiculous that OneBuc even considers giving him yet another season, instead of starting fresh, right now.

    Why bother? Merely to waste a sacrifice season to set up for the top pick in the draft the year after? Many in here think that is a legit plan. Just blow it up now. Mr. Bowles should not get anything but the boot.

  57. BucsFanSince1996 Says:

    I don’t know how Trask would perform at the NFL level but at least I know that I don’t know. Those of you passing judgment on him despite only seeing him play for a few minutes with a bunch of backups (since pre-season) don’t know that you don’t know.

    Sorry, but I trust the coaches who have seen him all season in practice more than I trust the commenters here.

  58. Duane Says:

    Earning the #1 pick is a feat in itself, and not worth the hassle. I do not think drafting a QB is the problem. The problem is developing that player. Most of them are thrown to the wolves, and there is a lot on the line for 32 massive franchises, so outcome is everything. Would be cool to hear if our QB whisperer spent much time with Trask this season.

  59. Destinjohnny Says:

    We will have the first pick in the draft (thank you Jason) in 24
    Going too be a long year

  60. Kentucky Buc Says:

    So from everything we’re hearing everybody sucks except Bowles. Players , coaches etc etc. Laughable. And we wonder why we go a decade without success.

  61. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    “It is finished”
    It was a good little run.

    Now we argue, over where to place the deck chairs on the Titanic.

  62. Ben Harvey Says:

    @Ron Munch – I agree with your posts. The Superbowl window has closed. The Bucs have way too mamy needs, if Brady moves on I would look to rebuild and plan for the next big signing in 2-3 years by rebuilding this team again. 2023 is lost, Gabbert and Trask could be decent QBs but we wont know unless you play them. Josh Allen was garbage his first year. They should cut ties with aging high priced vets and focus on finding value and drafting well. It is unfortunate because Evans and Godwin are amazing receivers and dont want to waste their time here, but what else is on the table, Carr? Garrapollo pffff ya right

  63. HC Grover Says:

    And now cue the new Buc Fight Song. The Macarena! Los Lobos!

  64. Jb Says:

    Why would anyone want us to spend a high #1 pick on a Quarterback when Todd Bowles is Head Coach? The guy has taken players that routinely play lights out on both sides of the ball, and turned them into journeymen that looked like unadulterated crap for most of the 2022 season! We were embarrassed nationally how many times this season!!
    Do you REALLY trust this clown to develop a good young quarterback? REALLY?
    He says he wants to reload…….with WHAT? If he’d been canned like he should’ve been and we hired a head coach who knew how to develop players I’d be all in with drafting a rookie quarterback. Now word is that they’re hiring that ***hole Todd Monkin as OC! How’d that work the last time that ****head was here? If there ever was a time we needed a solid Head Coach it is now. Look what the Glazers have stuck us and the players with. I love Mike Evans, but if there was ever a time to look at greener pastures, this is the time! Lucky for us Mike’s not a DIVA. But this ENTIRE staff should’ve been fired! This is Bowles doing his best Lemmon Bennett impression! FYI Bennett’s coaching record with the Bucs was an awe inspiring 4-28 in his 2 seasons with the Bucs! It’s almost guaranteed that’s what we’re looking at the next 2 seasons with this Clown Crew!!

  65. Tbbucs3 Says:

    “Fix the defense, it looked bad all year long”

    That’s THE most absurd statement I’ve heard in a long time…..

    *Top 10 regular season defense in points per game
    *Held teams to under 17 points NINE times….NINE!

    The Bucs were a top 10 defense by FACTS….but certainly not by your feelings

  66. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    Wow Joe just said Lovie deserved to get fired and firing TB after one season is absurd ?? Umm David Mills and nobody’s showed more heart then a team that still had tons of weapons and way more to work with, but also had TOM BRADY !!! If you want to see his response I think it’s two articles below 😳 Wow J Buc you lost me after that

  67. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    SORRY J Buc it was SASQUATCH!!! That person is a moron

  68. RGA Says:

    Trask has not had an opportunity to play with any resemblance of talent around him to make any call on his capabilities. He was very impressive in college, I’d love to see him with a first string or anything above what they have sent him out to play with. I’d love to see what he can do.

  69. Rod Munch Says:

    lambchop – I agree with you complete that Todd won’t be here in 2024 – but that’s the point, why would you hire anyone, outside of maybe trading for Payton if the Saints would even trade him here, but let Bowles lose in 2023, then you can fire him and clean house.

    SKBucsFan – I forgot that a-hole cost us a 3rd as well, great point.

  70. Rod Munch Says:

    Ben Harvey – If the Bucs are willing to take the L on 2023 and clean up the cap, they might be in a good situation in 2024, and Godwin will still be in his prime, and Evans should still be productive.

    As for Carr? No thanks. I’ll take 3-14 next year with Trask over 6-11 with Carr. At least with Trask, he’s cheap, and there’s no long term commitment. That means you can just cut bait with him, and at the same time use that money you’re saving on the cap in 2023 to clean up the cap. If you signed someone like Carr, almost certainly he gets a multi-year deal, since the Bucs can’t give him much money up in 2023, and that means now you’re committing to that loser for multiple years — and, no thanks.

  71. beano Says:

    “Rod Munch Says: I’ll take 3-14 next year with Trask”

    You have no clue what Trask will do playing with the starters. Read the article at Bucs Report linked below and learn something:

  72. steele Says:

    Trask has had two years to show that he is ready to start. If he has that much ability, and the coaches had that much confidence in him, then he would have supplanted Brady, especially this season with Brady’s struggles. In fact, Trask has been mediocre and problematic in camp and preseason. He has not threatened Brady’s job, or even Gabbert’s.

    But if more proof is needed, absolutely put him out there with the starters, and give him the shot. Go ahead. You think he’s like Purdy, or Mahomes, Rodgers, and all the others who rode pine for a long time before busting out. Go ahead, put him out there and make him prove it. Let’s end the debate quickly.

    Because a new starting QB is what this team needs, if the rebuild is on.

  73. J.B. Says:

    Trey Lance or Jordan Love, look for a now and future player.

  74. Rod Munch Says:

    beano Says:
    January 19th, 2023 at 9:12 pm
    “Rod Munch Says: I’ll take 3-14 next year with Trask”

    You have no clue what Trask will do playing with the starters.


    Hey stupid, I also said give him a chance to see what he can do, I’d love to see him prove him wrong. Read more than the first sentence of stupid you dummy.

  75. beano Says:

    steele Says: “Trask has had two years to show that he is ready to start.”

    That could be the dumbest comment of all time on JBF.

    (1) Trask was never allowed to compete for the backup role, much less the starting role, because a guy named Tom Brady was here and he wanted a veteran at backup. What Brady wanted, Brady got. This was the plan from the day Trask was drafted – sit for 2 years and learn. Indeed, read what QB Coach Christensen said before the start of last season: Trask would not be getting any snaps for the backup role, only Gabbert would.

    (2) Trask has never taken a snap – preseason or regular season – with the first team. Funny how you and most everyone else here has spent all season whining about how the lack of talent on the FIRST TEAM offense affects Brady, but never acknowledge how the THIRD TEAM offense might affect TRASK. Well, which is it?

    (3) Read this Bucs Report article on Trask and learn something:

  76. Tackleblockwin Says:

    You draft, trade for, acquire through free agency a QBs first. You have to have one. Then you build around that QB. Easier said than done. But if you don’t have a very good QB you don’t have a chance in this league. And please find a top notch QB coach.

  77. NEfan Says:

    Ttsucs, what teams did the hold under 20 points that had a winning record? One team Dallas and they set Bowels D straight last Monday night. Smoke and mirror D.

  78. beano Says:

    @Rod Munch

    Hay stoopid, reed thys:

  79. chickster Says:

    This site blows

  80. David Says:

    Trask will be the 2023 starting QB. He deserves to get a fair chance to compete for the starting job. We all know how he takes advantage of it based on his high school and college history of coming off the bench to become a star. He has been with the system and Tom Brady to learn from. That was the plan anyway. Then let’s stick with it. There are no free agent worth hiring unless you only want to win the south again.