NFC South: Future of the South

Breaking: Carolina Panthers have hired LSU’s Passing Offensive Coordinator Joe Brady.

The NFC South has just become the NFL’s toughest division as the Carolina Panthers have per ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports LSU’s Passing Game Coordinator will become the Carolina Panthers Offensive Coordinator.

Panthers’ owner David Tepper wanted Matt Rhule as his head coach, and Rhule wanted Joe Brady as his offensive coordinator, and both men got what they wanted. Brady will run Carolina’s offense.

So your thinking.. well how will this impact the NFC South and the Bucs in particular?

This will impact the Bucs and the NFC South moving forward as Joe Brady will run the Panthers offense, now here is a thought. What if Carolina’s Coaching staff make a trade to move up in the NFL Draft to grab QB Joe Burrow and gives the QB ransom to move from 7th overall to 1st?

Monday Night, The LSU Tigers ended the Clemson Tigers 29 game win streak as LSU won the College Football Playoff National Championship. Under Joe Brady’s Offense QB Joe Burrow put up numbers that’s not been seen in a single season for awhile now.

Burrow’s final stats according to ESPN.com: 5,671 passing yards, 60 touchdowns to 6 interceptions.. this is just ridiculous plain and simple. Just picture how the Brady/Burrow connection could effect the NFC South if this was to happen.

Now grant it Jameis Winston threw 5,109 yards 30 TD 30 INT now Burrow won’t have quite those numbers as the NFL is a whole new ball game but you get the point here. This could be brutal and Brady/Burrow could become the next Belichick/Tom Brady for years to come.

Now back to reality for a few minutes here, Burrow will be about 99% the 1st overall pick to the Cincinnati Bengals and more then likely If the Panthers move on from injured Cam Newton you could almost bet that because of the new hires could possibly still draft a QB in this draft.

So Buccaneers fans we’re in a new decade and hopes to turn things around but just don’t expect wins to come very easily as we would like.

Things will now become harder for the Buccaneers and right now if I was in control of the franchise I would do everything within my power to see what’s going on in the league right now and pulling my hair out trying to find a way to make sure this team moving forward could compete and to keep this team on the right path.

So Bucs fans, don’t take things for granted but when we do get back on track things will change around here and we will have the respect from the league.

Jonathan Miles

32. CEO of Team 813. Tampa Bay Native & life long fan for TB teams.

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