Just like the cliche phrase “rainbow after the rain”, head coach Todd Bowles of Buccaneer has seen Tom Brady’s retirement from a different perspective, saying it is like a blessing in disguised as his team will feel less pressured now that Brady has retired.
Tom Brady’s Retirement; A Blessing in Disguised?
In an article published by Fox News, Tom Brady’s retirement reportedly garnered several reactions from people, to the extent that they hope Buccaneers do not make it to the esteemed playoffs for the first time since the 2019 season.
But Bowles said that Tom Brady’s retirement is considered a silver lining, it means that losing the Greatest of All Time (GOAT) will allow his group to break free, putting them more at ease and letting the younger guys play without being pressured by the older guys.
Tom Brady’s Retirement Prompts His Replacement
Following Tom Brady’s retirement, Buccaneers are on the lookout for his replacement. Currently, they have Baker Mayfield and Kyle Trask who are expected to take Brady’s quarterback position.
The preseason game was said to be initiated by Mayfield on Friday, while the next exhibition game will be played by Trask.