Most bucs fan thinks it is fair to assume this season is Tom Brady’s last with the Bucs.
That is, unless Team Glazer makes it worth Brady’s time and effort to return. But what would the roster look like if Brady is compensated fairly and handsomely to play again for the Bucs, provided he even plays next year?
And when is the last time a team with a first-year head coach won the Super Bowl? George Seifert with the 49ers over 30 years ago.
(To be fair, Seifert had the best quarterback of all time until a certain scrawny kid from California by way of Michigan showed up on Bill Belichik’s front door).
Adam Rank of NFL.com had a very interesting factoid about Brady and his head coaches, which include Bill Belichik, former Bucs Super Bowl-winning coach Bruce Arians and now Todd Bowles: If a certain pattern continues for guys who coach Brady, this ought to be a very special year for the Bucs.
Think about this for a moment. Every head coach who has won a Super Bowl with Tom Brady was on his second stint as a HC when capturing the title.
So, I guess what we’re saying here is, Bowles, now in his second time around as a head coach after helming the Jets from 2015 to ’18, is guaranteed a Super Bowl win with Brady.
And for those who doubt Bowles, Rank also points out the Jets have had only one winning season in the past decade. That was Bowles’ first year leading the Jets.