Todd Bowles Was Asked If Tom Brady Was 'All-In'

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It's a question that has been asked many times before by Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles.

And probably every time the team's poor game will be asked about -

And asked again this week - is Tom Brady "all-in" on the 2022 NFL season.

Speaking to the media this week, Bowles insisted that Brady has been "all-in" from the start.

He said he did not follow any off-the-field news

And told that when he is done he does not strictly do football related activities.

"He's been all-in since we got him. He's all set now," Bowles said via Calvin Watkins.

"I don't follow off-the-field stuff.

I listen to XM the Groove and Soul Town.

My off-the-field activities are honestly not even football related."

Brady may be the goat, but he's not above reproach, especially after the off-season.

He was literally retired at the end of the season, only to change his mind a few weeks later.

It's reasonable for people to question whether Brady's "all in" when he was out the door a month ago.

It's no exaggeration to say that Todd Bowles' first season as Bucks head coach will depend entirely on Tom Brady's performance.

Brady is far ahead of every other quarterback's curve for anyone to reasonably feel otherwise.

If Tom Brady has a single game where he has more interceptions than touchdowns, everyone will wonder why.

But Bowles is confident that won't be an issue. maybe he is right