The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are ready to compete for another Super Bowl.
Tom Brady‘s return inspires their other key players to extend their tenure with the team.
They remain one of the top teams in the NFL and they will continue to win regardless of who’s at the coaching helm.
Even if Bruce Arians decided to step down as head coach and move to a front-office role, the Buccaneers are still in good hands.
After all, Brady and new head coach Todd Bowles have the team covered.
But even on his way out, Arians still looked after the Buccaneers’ welfare, especially that of his successor as NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport shared.
Bruce Arians really made a fascinating decision: Tom Brady comes back to the #Bucs, and he knows they’ll be good. Rather than have Todd Bowles take over a bad team or one in transition, he chooses now to pass it off. Arians made sure Bowles will coach a good team.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 31, 2022
Rapoport said, “Bruce Arians really made a fascinating decision: Tom Brady comes back to the #Bucs, and he knows they’ll be good. Rather than have Todd Bowles take over a bad team or one in transition, he chooses now to pass it off. Arians made sure Bowles will coach a good team.”
Could there have been a possibility wherein Arians stays without Brady?
But for the veteran mentor, the time is ripe to hand over his role.
Bowles’ Head Coaching Tenure Will Be Different
There have been apprehensions when Bowles was named Arians’ successor.
Why not hand over the job to offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich who nearly had the head coaching role with the Jacksonville Jaguars?
Likewise, Bowles already failed in his first stint as head coach for the New York Jets.
However, that experience will help him become a better coach
Not to take away from his spotlight as well, but anyone who coaches Brady will look good.
Bowles will be fine, now that he has more talent to work with.NEXT: Should The Buccaneers Be Considered NFC Title Favorites?