Arians said he was “very disappointed” in the play of left tackle Donovan Smith. “One of his poorer games” in his opinion, and something he hopes he’ll bounce back from
coach Bruce Arians said after further review, the first INT was on Mike Evans. It wasn’t Cover 2 and he should’ve bent it inside.
If you’re throwing an out route, you don’t throw it low and inside,” Bruce Arians says of Tom Brady’s second interception, continuing to be blunt in his criticism of Bucs’ new quarterback. Arians always honest about players like this
Bruce Arians on Donovan Smith: “I was very disappointed in his play. I think every now and then he reverts back to some techniques that aren’t very good. He got beat. He had probably the easiest guy to block up there and he did a poor job.”
Arians said Jamel Dean was not at fault on the long sideline pass play to Jared Cook. Said a safety bit on a play fake and left Cook uncovered for what ended up a 46-yard gain.
Smith’s problem has always been consistency. Pick any random play and he might well look fine, the problem are all the other plays where he is apparently thinking about rather he left the oven on or needs to change his mobile plan.
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