Tom Brady didn’t have the best outing in Bucs’ season opener loss to the Saints on Sunday and head coach Bruce Arians doesn’t seem determined to do sugar.
During the game, Brady threw two interceptions including a pick-six that gave New Orleans a 24-7 lead in the second quarter.
Brady’s first interception with Tampa Bay… #NFLTwitter #TBvsNO pic.twitter.com/Q9Kv7K8SkI
– SportsBetting.com (@WeSportsBetting) September 13, 2020
JACKRABBIT PICK-6! 🙌
📺: @NFLonFOX | #Saints pic.twitter.com/SYJV6OG36w
– New Orleans Saints (@Saints) 13 septembre 2020
While speaking to the media after the game, the Arians blamed Brady for the two interceptions. According to Arians, the first interception was miscommunication and the second interception was a “bad decision” by Brady.
Of Tom Brady’s two interceptions, Bruce Arians says the first was bad communication between Brady and Mike Evans and the second was a bad decision.
– Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) 13 septembre 2020
Bruce Arians said Brady’s first INT was bad communication: “Mike read that right…. Tom knocked him down “The second INT was a” bad decision “👀👀👀👀 pic.twitter.com/yfeIcejRVt
– KÏŁŁÄ ČÄM (@ FTBeard1) September 14, 2020
Bruce Arians put both interceptions on Brady. Said on that first, Mike Evans read the cover right, but Brady didn’t. #Buccaneers
– Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) September 14, 2020