Reserve your seats now people! The iceberg is approaching! The fat lady is warming up her pipes! The Bucs are about the pass the point of no return friends. The quill is being dipped to write their obituary as we speak.
Tampa Tompa Bay Buccaneers are about to sign the most destructive, disruptive force the NFL has to offer.
Antonio Brown is a team obliterator. Where he goes, problems follow. He acted his way out of Pittsburgh, embarrassed himself out of Oakland (no, I will never call them Las Vegas) and somehow couldn’t keep his train on the tracks when he got picked up by New England. Seriously, he couldn’t control himself for more than a week. All the Patriots wanted was for him to not be a problem, and the second he got left to his own devices, he became a problem.
Now knowing Browns horrendous track record and all the chaos he’s gotten into off the field since his legal issues got him kicked out of the league, why would a team like Tampa Bay sign him?
When does one normally need to “push” something? When there is resistance, right? Otherwise there’d be no reason for the “push” to begin with because everything would just be falling into place. So when Schefty uses the word “push” when describing that’s what Brady was doing to force the Bucs to go after this disgrace of a human, that should be somewhat alarming.
Remember Bruce Arian’s quote back when the topic of AB joining TB in TB came up?
“Yeah, it’s not gonna happen. There’s no room. And probably not enough money. But it’s not gonna happen — it’s not a fit here…Yeah, I just know him, and — it’s not a fit in our locker room.”
Listen to that clip. That’s the tone of a man who knows the satan-spawn of a person that Antonio Brown is and wants nothing to do with his toxic existence. So what happened? The week after week, month after month grinding by Brady trying to convince, or push, Arians into signing his buddy. His pal. Alleged abuser and confirmed degenerate, Antonio Brown. Embarrassing.
Remember when people said that Brady wanted “more control” in New England over personnel decisions, and we all as fans scoffed at it? How could the most “team first” guy in all the land all of the sudden want a say in what the front office does? Blasphemy.
Well maybe it wasn’t.
And do the Bucs really need AB’s services? Of course the name of the game is to acquire as much talent as you possibly can, but do you do so at the risk of it potentially blowing up in your face with unwanted distractions? Because if you think Brown isn’t going to be bringing his circus act with him to Tompa, get your head out of the sand. Wait until the going get’s tough. Watch AB’s twitter account very carefully at that point, because I can promise you there will be fireworks.
Tampa bay is 2nd in the league in point scored and 8th in points per game. They rank in the top half of the league in a handful of other offensive statistics as well, so one could argue they don’t necessarily need Brown to take his talents to the Bay.
But if you ask me, I don’t care if both Mike Evans and Chris Godwin went down with season ending injuries. Employing a walking piece of trash like this is all but a death sentence for you team. A team who, lest we forget, is the 4th most penalized team in the NFL. But yeah sure, let’s toss a human grenade in that mix. I’m sure that won’t cause any issues with an already wildly undisciplined team.
I am saying this right now: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have effectively destroyed any chances they had to win a Super Bowl this year. I can’t tell you exactly how it’s going to go down. I can’t tell you the exact details of what this sociopath is going to do. But I can tell you this, stick a fork in the Bucs. Where AB goes, bad things happen. They’re done.