, but the inevitable explosion creeps closer and closer.In a series of Wednesday afternoon tweets, Brown took aim at the Steelers and at others who have called him out in recent days — others connected to him and the Pittsburgh organization.Responding to a fan who made reference to Steelers owner Art Rooney II, Brown said, “Clearly they feel indifferent about me seeing all these reports the big interview coming! watching my teammates, fans and organization show me how they really feel! Stay Woke.”This comment reinforces the notion that, regardless of what the Steelers may want, Brown wants out of Pittsburgh. He has yet to say it specifically, and perhaps he will in the “big interview” that he continues to tease.Brown also fired back at former Steelers offensive coordinator (current Buccaneers coach) Bruce Arians and former Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders in the same tweet: “He didn’t draft me he drafted [Sanders, the] same guy who missed rehab to go on networks to talk about me on situation he have zero clue! Arians now wears [kangol] hats n glasses but ima diva! Done seen it all then they say we friends stop [lying].” (Arians drafted neither guy, but he was on the coaching staff when each arrived.)Sanders has responded to Brown, saying this: “[Y]ou know damn well I didn’t travel to LA to talk [on NFL Network] about you fam. You trippin yo. I went to be a analyst in which you acting foolish was the topic and I gave my analytical opinion. Get off the gas yo. You did it to yourself.”Whether Brown intends to or not, what Brown currently is doing is moving himself closer to the territory of Terrell Owens in 2005, who wanted out of Philadelphia badly enough to embark on a scorched-earth campaign that came back to haunt him (wrongly but undoubtedly) when the time came to get his much-deserved spot in the Hall of Fame. Are Tampa Bay’s tight ends going to suffer under their new head coach?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmO.J. Howard and Cameron Brate ‘Losers’ in Bruce Arians Hiring According to PFFNew,22commentsAre Tampa Bay’s tight ends going to suffer under their new head coach?ESTShareTweetShareShareO.J. Howard and Cameron Brate ‘Losers’ in Bruce Arians Hiring According to PFFVincent Carchietta-USA TODAY SportsWhen rumors started building around Bruce Arians possibly becoming the next head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, people started getting excited.Then the news started leaking the hire was imminent, and people were getting hyped up.When Jason Licht stepped up to the podium to officially announce the newest head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers franchise, you could say the fan base was downright electric.Thus far, every player has expressed their happiness with the hire and looking forward to working with Arians and his group of coaches aimed at turning the ship around.But if Pro Football Focus is right, then there might be two players looking forward to the changes coming a little less than everyone else: O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate.Recently , Michael Moore of PFF did a “Fantasy football winners and losers: Players with new coaches” column, in which he took every team with a new coach and identified fantasy winners and losers. Simple.For the Bucs, Moore identified quarterback Jameis Winston as his fantasy winner. Which is obvious.In 2018 Winston went from suspended starter, to back-up, to starter, to back-up, to starter.....I think that’s how many times they rotated.According to Arians and new offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, Winston is the quarteraback for this team. So at least for now, his fantasy stock is higher because he’s the starter. Easy.Moore gets a bit deeper with it. For losers, he identifies the two contributing tight ends on the team and says,In 2018, Howard was trending upward as a fantasy football tight end until he was injured and lost for the year with ten games played. He finished with 48 targets, 38 receptions, 565-yards, five touchdowns and finished sixth on the team in targets.Brate’s 2018 saw him draw 49 targets (5th), 30 receptions, 289-yards and six scores. As comfortable as Winston is throwing to the tight end position, I just don’t see them disappearing.History is on the side of PFF on this one. But knowing and accepting your own history helps to prevent shortcomings in your past. Bruce Arians seems to be pretty self-aware if you ask me.