“This is how power grabs work”: Colin Cowherd has a cryptic take on Bruce Arians’ sudden retirement

Here's what Colin Cowherd had to say after Bruce Arians' sudden retirement

Tom Brady, Colin Cowherd, Bruce Arians
Tom Brady, Colin Cowherd, Bruce Arians

Although we expect some drama every offseason, what’s happening this time around is something that we have never seen before. What has happened in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ camp over the past few weeks has left innumerable NFL fans scratching their heads in disbelief.

First, Tom Brady announced that he is ready to make a comeback, just a few weeks after he called it quits. The Bucs were ecstatic as their star QB decided to take the field yet again. However, there were a few speculations about Brady’s possible rift with head coach Bruce Arians, everyone in the Bucs, including Arians, denied all such claims.

“He was driving him n*uts”: Colin Cowherd reckons Tom Brady had a huge part to play in Bruce Arians’ retirement

Bruce Arians and Tom Brady
Bruce Arians and Tom Brady

Now, when everything was sailing smoothly, at least it appeared like it was from the outside, Arians has abruptly decided to give up the position of the Bucs’ head coach. “I have spent most of the last 50 years of my life on the sidelines as a football coach in one form or another,” Arians said in his statement released by the team.

Talking about the same, Colin Cowherd had a few things to say. “Suddenly, out of the blue, Bruce Arians, head coach of Buccaneers retires, Todd Bowles, their defensive coordinator is now the coach and Arians moves upstairs. With Tom Brady suddenly retiring, then unretiring, this is how power grabs work folks,” Colin stated.

Arians and Brady are two totally different personalities. One is obsessed with planning and detail, the other is more of an old-school instinctive guy. Don’t buy into anything else. Brady wants to play, but he wants control of the offense and Arians was driving him n*ts,” he added.

Colin went on to add that Bruce never expressed any interest in moving upstairs. “When stuff happens suddenly and strangely, there is a reason, there is often a power grab, Brady won,” he claimed.

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