There are few things better when The guilty Bucs continued to attack. Such was the case against the Falcons on Sunday, when Tampa Bay owned 75 yards in 13 games to lead 7-0. The Bucs didn’t hit the ball once in the driveway, as Tom Brady made an 11-13 pass in 75 yards and a touchdown. Speaking on Total access to Bucs This week, the Arians explain their offensive approach.
“We want to continue the attack,” Arians said. “But the way they played [resulted in more pass plays]. We have a lot of dual, run and pass calls. Tom put us in the best game. And they gave us what we were looking for in the passing game. He was not emotional at all. So just throw it away.”
The Bucs’ biggest achievement in the race was a pair of 15-yard runners, one for Leonard Fournette and one for Mike Evans. Brady casts the ball around just three different receivers on the drive, finding Chris Godwin five times. Fournette limited the hit to a superb one-handed catch in the back yard for a 3-yard touchdown. Brady gets the ball out pretty quickly in all drives, and his receiver shows up after catching.
“Those screens and fast stuff, they were just running plays for us outside,” says Arians. “They are just a long process. So it’s an extension of the running game. Sometimes there are runs called and we throw it to Mike or someone, and that’s a better play. So just take what the defense is giving you.”
The Bucs finished with 51 passes to 16 runs and one knee-jerk on Sunday. On 15 carry by running backwards, Bucs really have a hard time. Leonard Fournette made 44 yards with 13 executions, while Ronald Jones and Gio Bernard took one each for a total of five metres. They will need to improve quickly when the Bills hit town on Sunday.
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