The Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell to 3-5 on the season after losing 24-31 to the Arizona Cardinals. Head coach Bruce Arian’s takes responsibility for his team’s mistakes, including not running the ball enough and playing with too much conservative playcalling.

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LANDOVER, MARYLAND — Coach Bruce Arians said his squad has to do some “soul-searching” after falling to the Washington Football Club 29-19 on the road Sunday. His team is at 6-3 after two consecutive losses, and he chastised them for expensive fouls and mental blunders.

“It’s quite frustrating,” Arians expressed his disappointment. “Watching the excitement at every session and showing up with a lack of execution and intensity that is required to win on Sunday is quite concerning. We need to conduct a lot of soul-searching.”

Tom Brady completed just three throws of more than 20 yards and was intercepted twice against the league’s weakest pass defense, a club the Bucs were expected to defeat by ten points and that would lose its key defensive player Chase Young halfway through the second quarter.

The Bucs allowed Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke 256 passing yards and a touchdown, with Antonio Gibson running for two more against the league’s best run defense. The defense enabled Washington to put together a 19-play touchdown drive, thus ending any hopes of a comeback.

All year, the Buccaneers’ Achilles’ heel has been self-inflicted wounds, mainly penalties. Arians called on the team’s leaders to hold each other responsible after an 11-penalty defeat to the New Orleans Saints two weeks ago, but the mistakes have continued. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, the Bucs also had three drops, giving them a total of 15 for the season.

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“It’s really easy to fix energy and enthusiasm,” Arians stated. “The penalties will have to be addressed sooner or later. We jump offsides on the opening play of the game because they’re moving. We leap offsides since they don’t even run a play. If we’re going to go anywhere, the idiocy needs to stop.”

End of the rope When Washington switched, O.J. Howard went offside on the first snap. Just before halftime, defensive end William Gholston committed a neutral-zone penalty, advancing Washington 5 yards ahead. Just before halftime, a false start by right tackle Tristan Wirfs put the Bucs back 5 yards.

A defensive pass interference penalty on Dee Delaney moved Washington from the Tampa Bay 14 to the 1-yard line in the third quarter, before Gibson’s touchdown made it 23-13.

“It has nothing to do with intelligence. It all comes down to execution and being a savvy football team. We’re a football squad with a lot of inexperience. And this is a criticism of the coaches “According to Arians.

Inside linebacker Devin White stated, “We came out flat-footed for whatever reason.” “Nobody seemed to be on the same page. Nobody had the same quantity of energy as the other. That’s something we’ve been preaching all week.” “We had a tremendous week of preparation,” he said, “but it won’t matter if we don’t execute on Sunday.”

It was just Brady’s third career game in which he threw two interceptions in the first half. The first one bounced out of the hands of Jaelon Darden, a rookie wide receiver. The second occurred when he threw Mike Evans on a slant route, which ended up in the clutches of safety Bobby McCain.

“The receivers have nothing to do with it. He was the one, “Brady suffered his second-largest road upset of his career and just his second back-to-back losses as a Buccaneer, according to Arians.

Brady talked to the media for just 1 minute and 43 seconds after the defeat, visibly agitated.

“We never really got to play on our own terms. Throughout the game, we were in the background. They performed well. They devised a sound strategy “Brady said. “It doesn’t matter who you play if you make a lot of mistakes yourself. We need to go out and execute the plays that were laid up for us.”

Brady responded to a question about his two interceptions by saying, “The ball was the first thing we tackled. So they got away with it….”

The “nfl standings” is a blog post by Coach Bruce Arians on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ mistakes in their loss against the New Orleans Saints.

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