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Mild-mannered Todd Bowles has subjected Buccaneers to plenty of “yelling and screaming”

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The Buccaneers are struggling and coach Todd Bowles is trying to turn things around.

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Speaking to the Buccaneers radio network, Bowles admitted that despite his mild-mannered public persona, he allowed players to hear it away from the prying eyes of the outside world.

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“It was a bunch of screams and screams, but at the same time, you also have to train,” Bowles said via JoeBucsFan.com. “You know, we have ten more games ahead of us. It’s not in landfills. We trust each other. Have we met. We keep trying and getting better, doing things and fixing bugs. Communication is always important on both sides. So yelling and screaming when you lose, it will be natural. But it comes from the place of coaching. It doesn’t happen because you’re an asshole and stuff like that. So that’s part of the deal, but at the same time you have to teach them. We have to set things up. We have to constantly tweak and learn something, because that’s what coaching is all about.

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Tom Bradythe screams and screams were more public, at times. Bowles tiptoes around Brady in public. Former coach Bruce Arians did not hesitate to call Brady to reporters.

Right or wrong, it worked. It is currently not working. But Bowles is right. They can flip it. They could win the division and become the No. 4 seed. In 2020, they won the Super Bowl as the fifth seed and fell bye in Week 13 at 7–5.

So they are not far off. And if they find motivation in the way the rest of us point out that they currently stink (how dare we notice what’s staring us in the face), maybe they’ll find the rhythm and do more than anyone expects. from them at present.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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