A few weeks ago, the San Francisco 49ers lost to the Tennessee Titans in Nashville, TN. The loss was frustrating, but probably not as frustrating as the fact that the Titans beat the 49ers with no running game and a rookie quarterback.
The Arizona Cardinals are 5 and 2 since Blaine Gabbert took over as the quarterback. Gabbert’s numbers don’t look great, but he is playing well. His interception percentage is down, and he hasn’t turned the ball over as often as he did last year. He’s still the starter for now, but do the Cardinals have their quarterback of the future?
The first round of the 2014 NFL Draft is over, so we now know the San Francisco 49ers will be taking a quarterback with their first pick. They passed on one, and here’s a quick blurb on why:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans are living in a dream right now, but in the back of their minds they should be worried about two possible leavers: Bruce Arians and Tom Brady. Many are wondering if Arians will retire after Brady’s career ends, as he will no longer have a top quarterback. But it looks like Brady’s firing will have nothing to do with Arians’.
Tom Brady’s NFL future unclear
. COMPARED TO: Bruce Arians has a simple but painful plan to save Tom Brady and the Buccaneers from a Super Bowlhangover Brady has already stated that he plans to stay in the game until he is 45. Does that mean he only has two more seasons to go since he turns 44 this year? His future is uncertain. Brady just had his best season in years in 2020. He accumulated 4,633 yards, 40 touchdowns and 12 interceptions and, of course, won the Super Bowl. Brady also said before the Super Bowl that he would definitely consider playing until age 45, according to Sports Illustrated. That season, Brady signed a contract extension with the Buccaneers that would keep him with the team until 2022, and Tampa general manager Jason Licht later told Rich Eisen that Brady would be able to play until he was 50. So, will the GOAT play for two more years? Will he be able to play another seven years? We don’t know, but his resignation won’t affect Arians.
Bruce Arians will not base his resignation on Tom Brady’s retirement
Bruce Arians of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks on before the game against the New Orleans Saints in Week 17. November 2019 to. | Will Vragovic/Getty Images COMPARED TO: Tom Brady has been told how long the Buccaneers want him to play in Tampa Arians resigned during the 2018 NFL season, but returned as head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019. He also has no plans to retire anytime soon, and Brady’s eventual retirement will not affect when he leaves his coaching position. I have no intention of retiring. Just when I don’t want to go back to work? If I’m not excited to get back to work, it means I’m cheating on someone, he said recently on thePewter Report podcast, according to ProFootballTalk. I cheat on the Glazer family, I cheat on my players. Now I can’t wait to get back to work. I don’t know when that will happen, but no, I’m not tied to any player. He went a step further and said he was fine with a young quarterback like Kyle Trask or even a veteran like Blaine Gabbert. I’m fortunate to have another young quarterback to wage war with, Arians said, according to ProFootballTalk. I’ll be honest with you. I would love to have war with Blaine Gabbert because I love Blaine Gabbert. I consider him the most underrated player in the NFL. So yeah, when it’s not fun anymore, that’s the time. Wait, what? So will Arians Gabbert really make a starter?
Blaine Gabbert has no future with the Buccaneers
. COMPARED TO: Rob Gronkowski is generally on the same wavelength as Tom Brady, but he completely disagrees with TB12‘s last statement. It may be a while before we have to wonder who will replace Brady on the Buccaneers’ roster, but it’s safe to say it won’t be Gabbert. Gabbert hasn’t started more than eight games in a season since 2012, and his play has never been anything special. In his career, Gabbert has a 13-35 record in 48 starts and has 9,206 yards, 50 touchdowns and 47 interceptions. The Buccaneers also selected junior QB Kyle Trask, who had 4,283 yards, 43 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 12 games for the Florida Gators last season. Gabbert will only start for the Buccaneers if Brady remains on the bench this year. After Trask has been in development for a year or two, he will likely be the man considered to succeed Brady. Then why did Arians say he wanted to take Blaine Gabbert? If he has to use Gabbert in a game or two this season, the team will only benefit if Gabbert has confidence in him and believes the coach has confidence in him. Since Brady is a healthy QB, maybe it won’t come to that. statistics provided by Pro Football Reference
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