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Jeremy Igo

Tampa Bay hires Bruce Arians as head coach

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Overrated coach IMO, but likely better than Dirk.

Winston SHOULD improve under him, but is it too little too late?

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It will interesting to see how he does in TB with different owners and front office. Arizona is super weird, I mean they kept their GM and that dude is super embarrassing after his last year. Wilks hire and DWI. This could go either way.

 

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8 hours ago, Jeremy Igo said:

Bruce Arians is now head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

 

This improves the Bucs tremendously. No way around it. Arians is a solid coach with a lot of young talent on that team.

 

Not great news for the Panthers, when lately have struggled with the Bucs under a bad head coach.

Good luck to him. The Bucs have killed many a promising coach. 

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2 hours ago, Shocker said:

Arians and Jameis could be interesting 

 

 

Signs point to them drafting a LT in the 1st round.  The current LT has been trash and is a FA.  Now the new coach says they want to focus building the team around Winston

That Spell O. T

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In Dec there were talks that Tampa wants Ron.  I do not think Winston is franchise level Qb and as long as he is their guy I’m not too worried.

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Word that they got former Falcons special teams coach Keith Armstrong.

He's building a decent staff, though I don't know so much about Leftwich as the OC.

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On NFL radio this morning was discussion on the hire in TB and talked about Arians even accepting the job as HC since he was a senior citizen and was all about retirement and having health issues among a few other things but took this turn to return as a HC. It seems he felt health issues and age wouldn't stop him from coming back in as a HC again.

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Brees > Ryan > Winston.

N.O > Atl > TB.

There is this quote I have from Arians floating around in my head. During the Az/Car playoff game he said "Are they that good, or are we that bad?" when we were obliterating them. One of my all time favorite Panthers games. Who knows if Arians will lead T.B to the top of the NFCS, but I doubt it. Still the NFCS doesn't really have that "easy win" team, but that could become the Panthers given Cam's heath.

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14 hours ago, t96 said:

I don’t think Arians will be around long enough to be a real threat. And Rivera always outcoaches Arians... only game he lost to him I think was early 2013 in a game where Cam was terrible 

Cam's 1st game as a rookie was vs AZ in a loss, despite the fact that he played lights out. Then the shitshow in '13 that got Marty fired. 3-0 after those two games till now.

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Not worried about Tampa cuz they still have Jamesis Winston and he suckz..not sure why everyone thinks he good but  fine with me.. Cuz I am anPanther fan.. and lets beat their ass some more. Not Scared of Tampa.. its the Saints and Falcons for us..

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