Trouble in paradise?
Some seem to think so, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have fallen to 7-5 on the season after a 27-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
As Brady has looked, well, human over the last few weeks, throwing seven interceptions in his last four games, rumors have been circulating that he and head coach Bruce Arians perhaps have clashing offensive mentalities. Others have suggested that maybe the quarterback wishes his new coach was as prepared as Patriots coach Bill Belichick is in New England.
Well, whether there is any truth to that was denied by Brady on Sunday.
“It’s just external noise that when you’re losing, that’s what you deal with, so I love playing for the guys that I play with, the coaches, the whole organization’s been unbelievable,” Brady told reporters, per the team. “I think we’ve just got to go out — I certainly gotta go out and do a better job the last four weeks of the year.”
Regardless of what Brady tells the media, it’s starting to look like the Brady-Belichick partnership was what made each of them so great.