Watch: Brady hesitates to answer if offense will improve vs Ravens
As noted by The athlete’s Greg Auman and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Official Website, Midfielder of Buccaneers brave cat was asked on Tuesday if it “makes sense to see a significant improvement from the offense” in the upcoming “Thursday Night Football” home game against the Baltimore Ravens 4-3.
Brady didn’t build much confidence with his hesitation in answering or speaking.
“I mean, like I said, I hope we play better, play well and get our job done at a high level,” Brady replied. “That’s obviously the expectation for all of us, that’s what we’re aiming for this week.”
Brady’s comments come about 48 hours after the Buccaneers lost 21-3 at the Carolina Panthers this past Sunday to fall 3-4 during the season. Also on Tuesday, Tampa Bay offensive coordinator, Byron Leftwich live speak that “you don’t beat a soul, not a single team in this tournament has scored three points.”
The Buccaneers dropped out of four of the five competitions, and ESPN Statistics show that only the Denver Broncos (14.3), Pittsburgh Steelers (15.3), Indianapolis Colts (16.1) and Los Angeles Rams (17.3) are currently averaging fewer points than Tampa Bay ( 17,7).
“Yes, I think there’s always hope, and then reality,” Brady replied when asked if he believes the offense will find better form as the season goes on. “I think you’re really focused on how the reality of the situation is, and that we didn’t play our best football. We have a lot of quality players and we have to do well. more to play well.
“You have to play once a week. Every game is different. Everything can change after this game and things can change the week after, the week after and the week after that. So, nothing in this game is given to you. You have to earn everything and I think that’s the competitive nature of it. They are also good at the other side of the ball. We just have to find a way to win. profit.”
While Brady has shrug recent comments from many notable individuals who have said they think he could retire for the season, the seven-time Super Bowl champion doesn’t sound too convincing that he’s about to light the scoreboard first Baltimore on Thursday night.
After Thursday, Brady and company will next host the Rams on November 6.