Tom Brady has been talked about a lot in the last couple of days. From breaking records to making runs, he has done it all. Usually, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach is pleased with Brady’s performance, but he is seemingly annoyed by one play in particular.






According to the head coach, it seems like Tom Brady’s days of running with the ball are behind him. The Legendary quarterback made a unique play in the first quarter of the 33-27 victory over the Bills on Sunday. Arians would preferably would not like to see it again.






There was only a minute left in the first quarter. Tom Brady gave the Buccaneers a first down by taking a hard hit while running with the ball. Brady wanted to make every yard count. Tampa Bay was already up by 7 points, but Tom knew that a game of football could turn on a heartbeat. So he decided to take the risk. Brain Arians was not pleased with this decision.






When the reporters asked the head coach about the play, he said, “That’s enough of that s—,” the coach knows his players, and he certainly knows that Brady is not famous for his speed. The 44-year-old quarterback ran a 5.28, for a 40-yard dash at the 2000 NFL combine. Bruce Arians wants to protect his star players, and he wants to keep Brady healthy for sure. In the game against the Buffalo Bills, Brady ran for 16 yards. The game was tight until the very last minute. But untimely the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the match with a score of 33-27. Terrific Tom has been making quite a few runs in his last couple of games.






He has covered more yards this year than he did in 2011. He has 68 running yards with four games left to play. Maybe Tom will make another career record before the end of this season. With Tom Brady leading the offensive lineup, the Buccaneers are on an unstoppable run this season. With 10 wins under their belt, Tampa is cruising over the competition. There are superb chances that they will finish on the top of the NFC South table. The Buccaneers already have booked their place in the playoffs with their recent performance.


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