Without a doubt, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-4) are coming off their worst loss of the Tom Brady era.

This team had no business losing to the Carolina Panthers (2-5), yet they found a way to get blown out, 21-3. Once again, an inferior opponent -or a previously thought-of inferior opponent- led wire-to-wire and controlled the game.

The heat was already turned up on the coaching staff, but now things are hotter than ever. For obvious reasons.

So, naturally, head coach Todd Bowles was asked after the game if he’s going to make coaching changes at any point.

“I will not consider changing coaching, but we need to change some of the things we’re doing,” Bowles told reporters after the game. “We definitely need to change some of the things we’re doing. We’ve been discussing that.

“It can’t happen overnight, but we’ve got to do a lot better than what we’ve been doing, as a whole.”

Unless Bowles receives major heat from ownership or general manager Jason Licht, there is zero chance takes away Byron Leftwich’s play-calling duties and he certainly won’t fire him during the season. And there is almost zero chance Licht or ownership pressures him to make such a decision.

In other words: Don’t hold your breath if you’re looking for any kind of major coaching shake-up.

You can check out Bowles’ full presser, below:

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