“You have to be MAN enough to know when to change things”: Todd Bowles reflects on his forgettable stint with the Jets

It’s pretty common to expect some drama in the off-season. However, what happened at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers camp in the past few weeks has left countless NFL fans scratching their heads in surprise, as the dose of drama has smashed all records.

First, Tom announced that he was ready to make a comeback just a few weeks after he said he was leaving. The Bucs were ecstatic as their star QB decided to take the field once again. However, their joy was cut short when Bruce Arians abruptly announced his retirement.

“When you get into a head job for the first time, you have to wear a lot of hats”: Todd Bowles

Todd Bowles
Todd Bowles

Although there was a lot of talk about Tom kicking the Arians out of the team, the former head coach announced he was leaving immediately as he wanted to leave the well-established team for new HC Todd Bowles. Bowles, who will now serve as head coach of the Bucs, spent four years as head coach of the Jets.

However, the mission proved rather forgettable as he failed to lead his team to the playoffs once and was fired after a forgettable 24-40 record. However, Bowles thinks the results will be different for the Bucs as he began to see things differently after being fired from the Jets and corrected mistakes in his approach.

I guess when you get a head job for the first time you have to wear a lot of hats, but you have never experienced wearing those hats.” Bowles said, as recently reported by NBC. “I think once you understand going inexperienced you tend to do things a little differently.

You have to be man enough to know when you can change things. Generally, when people are fired, they blame others. The first thing I did was look within myself and there were many things I could have done better.“It will be interesting to see how the Bowles side performs next season.

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