That would of course be Tom Brady. “data-reactid =” 16 “> Three years ago, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians wasn’t even in football. When the 2020 NFL season started, Arians coached the best quarterback of all time. That would be Tom Brady, of course.
It’s quite a change for Arians, 67, who retired after the 2017 season. Going to Brady during that retirement period is pretty incredible. The absurdity of the situation has not been lost to Arians, who gave a hilarious answer when asked how he would have reacted if someone had told him during his retirement that he would coach Brady just a few years later.
“What do you smoke and can you get something for me?” – Bruce Arians about what he would have said if you had told him that he was coaching Tom Brady a few years ago while he was retired. @dpshow
– Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) March 25, 2020
He was synonymous with the New England Patriots. The Pats would definitely keep Brady around forever, or Brady would retire before playing for someone else. “Data-reactid =” 20 “> Frankly, that’s not a ridiculous response. Three years ago, it seemed impossible that Brady would ever play for someone else. He was synonymous with the New England Patriots. The Pats would definitely keep Brady forever, or Brady would retire before playing for someone else.
What seemed impossible years ago actually happened. Arians did not last long and joined the Bucs in 2019. Then Brady decided to sign with the Bucs after saying goodbye to the Pats.
Biff’s sports almanac of ‘Back to the Future’.“data-reactid =” 22 “> No one could have seen that coming three years ago. If they had, you would have assumed they Biff’s sports almanac of ‘Back to the Future’.
Now that Arians and the Bucs have Brady at the center, they should be a better team by 2020. Perhaps adding the best quarterback ever Arians will lead Arians as a head coach to a Super Bowl title.