Tom Brady didn’t have the best outing in the Bucs season-opening loss against the Saints on Sunday and head coach Bruce Arians doesn’t seem intent on sugarcoating things.
During the game Brady threw two interceptions including a pick-six that gave New Orleans’ a 24-7 lead in the second quarter.
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JACKRABBIT PICK-6! 🙌
— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 13, 2020
While speaking to the media after the game, Arians put the blame on Brady for both interceptions. According to Arians, the first interception was a miscommunication and the second interception was a “bad decision” by Brady.
On Tom Brady's two interceptions, Bruce Arians says the first one was a miscommunication between Brady and Mike Evans and the second one was a bad decision.
— Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) September 13, 2020
Bruce Arians said the first INT Brady threw was a miscommunication: "Mike read it right…. Tom overthrew it" The second INT was a "bad decision" 👀👀👀👀 pic.twitter.com/yfeIcejRVt
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