Bucs’ Todd Bowles ‘dissatisfied with a lot of things’ after loss to Steelers
During a press conference on Monday, Bowles was asked if he was disappointed with calling in offensive coordinator Byron Liftwich during Week 6 as the Bucs struggled to score. Team dropped four in a row.
“I’m not satisfied with a lot of things,” Bulls replied. “Winning is No. 1. It’s not about the game of play, it’s all-inclusive.”
He continued, “The players have to implement what the coaches call it, and the coaches have to make sure the players are in the right place to call them up. We don’t blame anywhere – it’s comprehensive. It’s attack, defense, privacy. Teams when we’re having a bad game. It’s not even about calling out to play. It’s just about the team.”
Bucs’ poor execution in the red resulted in four field goals and one late pass to get it Within reach of the SteelersAnd the But it was too little and too late.
After the game, the Bulls were upfront about the team’s struggles.
“I think the guys who go to the Super Bowl live in fantasy land, and you have to get their hands dirty and go to work like everyone else,” the Bulls replied when asked if they took the Steelers lightly. “We have worked hard, we have to work even harder because no one will give us anything or feel sorry. We have to go back as coaches, as players – the time for talk is over. To put it up or shut up.”
Bowles explained when asked if he feels there are players or coaches living in a “fairy land.”
‘No, I didn’t say we were. I’m just saying, you get patted on the back a lot, you have to live again – every year and every week – you have to go out there and earn your paycheck and earn your keep, and if you don’t live that way It will be a result like today.”
The Buccaneers got off to a disappointing 3-3 start. They averaged 20.2 points per game this year after averaging 30.8 en route to Winning the Super Bowl 2 seasons ago and 30.1 in 2021.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.