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Bruce Arians Gives His Opinion On QB Kyle Trask

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers need a new quarterback.

After finding out Tom Brady would be retiring, the Bucs must start looking toward the future.

It appears that they will be moving forward with Kyle Trask as their QB.

The Senior Advisor of the Buccaneers is Bruce Arians, and he thinks Trask is the answer.

“I think we’re in good hands with Kyle Trask.”@BruceArians told us where he thinks #GoBucs will turn in 2023 now that @TomBrady has retired for good:#NFL #NFLCombine #NFLFreeAgency #NFLDraft @ktrask9

— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) February 23, 2023

Trask was the Buccaneers’ second-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

It makes sense that they want to see what they have in Trask before looking elsewhere.

Trask was one of the best quarterbacks in college football during his time at the University of Florida.

After two years of sitting behind Brady, the Bucs should see what Trask can turn into.

Especially because the NFC South is not a good division.

Tampa Bay might be able to win the division again behind Trask.

So far in his career, Trask has thrown only nine passes.

It will be interesting to see how the Bucs craft their offense around his strengths.

New offensive coordinator Dave Canales will have a tough task in his first year calling plays.

He will have to integrate Trask into an offense that has been so used to playing with Brady.

This may seem like a rebuilding year in Tampa, but they still have good enough players to compete.

Some of their offensive weapons include Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Rachaad White.

Also, they still have good defensive personnel and a head coach with experience.

If Trask can be a good game manager at worst, the Bucs have a chance to compete in the South.

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