And there are almost no Bucs fans left who are confident in the team’s direction.
Heading into the 2021 season, Tampa Bay was looked at as a team that could repeat as champions. But then the loss to the Rams in the playoffs happen, the retirement/un-retirement came next, time off in training camp came around, and eight regular season games later the Bucs sit with a 3-5 record.
If that’s not bad enough, they are also led by a not-so-great quarterback for 2022 named Tom Brady. And NFL fans feel he is worse than just not-so-great.
According to a recent SB Nation Reacts survey heading into Week 8, 64-percent of fans who voted feel Brady is washed up.
Thursday night against the Ravens, Brady didn’t do much to help his case. Balls weren’t always on target and there were two near interceptions (AGAIN!) where Baltimore defenders had it go right off their hands.
To make matters worse, there aren’t many Bucs fans who are confident in the team’s direction. In fact, there are only 9-percent of fans that feel they are heading in the right direction. How?
That’s down from last week’s 11-percent.