Tom Brady is returning to the place he called home for nearly twenty years. Tom Brady’s much-anticipated return to New England has every football fan pretty pumped, especially fans of Tom Brady. Brady’s coach, his new one, is giving an honestly refreshing take about his QB’s return to Patriotland.
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“(For) 98% of these guys, it’s just another game. We’re playing an AFC team on the road and we need a road win,” Arians told reporters at a press conference Monday.
“But for two of them, it’s huge. It’s the biggest story nationally, and that’s all they’ll hear about all week, but that ain’t got a damn thing to do with their job. Just get yourself prepared to play and beat the Patriots, and let all the hoopla take care of itself.”
You have to love Arians approach.
Just another game for the Bucs.
Tom helped the Patriots win six Super Bowl titles during his 20 years playing for the Patriots, so yea, as much as Arians will downplay his return, it’s a huge deal.
All eyes will be on that game come this weekend. Kickoff for Pats-Bucs is set for 8:20 p.m. ET on Sunday night.