Bruce Arians Teases Details About Bucs Offense in 2020 With Brady and Gronk

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians / John McCoy/Getty Images

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are without a doubt one of the NFL's biggest winners this offseason. Not only did they part ways with Jameis Winston, who led the league with 30 interceptions last year, but they also added two future first-ballot Hall of Famers in Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. Hard to do much better than that, right?

It's unprecedented for a team that finished below .500 the previous year to have Super Bowl aspirations just a few months later, but that's exactly what we have with the Bucs, and it's wholly justified.

As if fans in Tampa Bay couldn't be more souped for next campaign head coach Bruce Arians recently teased what the team's offense could look like in 2020 -- and those who loved TB12 in New England might find it familiar.

You hear that, Buccaneers fans? Get ready for Arians to deploy an offensive system that figures to maximize the potential and rapport between Brady and Gronk, which is one of the most efficient in NFL history. Stats confirm that the All-Pro tight end is the three-time MVP's all-time favorite target, as they connected for a whopping 78 touchdowns across nine seasons in New England.

Imagine having an extra tight end out there in OJ Howard to prevent opponents from over-committing to him.

Brady has never thrown more touchdowns to any pass-catcher in his career thank Gronk, and by a large margin. Randy Moss ranks second with half as many (39) TD receptions from TB12 by comparison.

The Brady-Gronk pairing is also the fifth-most prolific touchdown combination in league history, as they sit just 11 scores behind second place, which is currently held by Los Angeles Chargers stars Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates.

What more needs to be said? Week 1 of the 2020 season really cannot come soon enough.