Bruce Arians spoke to the media on Sunday following the Bucs’ 45-20 win over Las Vegas, a game where the Raiders would close the gap to just four points in the second half before Tampa Bay rattled off 21 straight points in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.
It was also Arians’ first time speaking publicly since Tampa Bay announced the signing of Antonio Brown, a former player under Arians when he was an offensive coordinator with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
On Tom Brady, Scotty Miller and the Bucs’ two-minute drive
“I thought that the drive at the end of the half was big in the ball game, I thought it flipped the whole game around to get a touchdown before the half and finish it. That and then Scotty, we knew that the way they were going to play Mike, Scotty was going to have a game and have opportunities. We’ve just got to get him back in shape so he can do more of those things. We had him one more time and he almost ran out of gas but I thought that Tom did a good job of finding him every time we had a shot.”
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