Bucs Coach Under Fire After Smacking Player During Sunday's Game

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers dominated the Philadelphia Eagles 31-15 this past Sunday, and as a result, they will be moving on to the next round against the L.A. Rams.  The Rams are also coming off a blowout win, moving past the Arizona Cardinals with an impressive 34-11 victory in the Monday night game.  While many are excited about this Sunday's game, a number of headlines coming out of last weekend's games are of the more scandalous variety.  First, there were reports of brawls breaking out in the stands, and now many have focused their attention on Buccaneers Head Coach Bruce Arians smacking defensive back Andrew Adams during a scrum for a fumble:
Arians, a 2x Associated Press Coach of the Year, said after the game that he was merely trying to prevent a penalty...
But many, including Undisputed's Skip Bayless, thought that the gesture was out of line for an NFL coach:
While neither the NFL nor the NFL Players Association have made an official statement regarding the matter, according to Mike Florio of  NBC Sports, the situation is "being handled".
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