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    Josh Freeman: How success at no level added up to NFL Failure

    By tmservo

    The last week has been filled with a lot of questions about Josh Freeman. Why did he fail? How did he fail? Who's fault was it? I, like a lot of Bucs fans rooted for Freeman to succeed. But looking back at it, I wonder where we ever came up with the idea that it was some external force that led Freeman to fail.   When Freeman was recruited for college out of Grandview, Missouri he had a lot of key skills - big size, a decent arm, he could catch and throw and he took the game at an ease. The kn
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  • Cantankeris

    I'll stake my career on Glennon panning out

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Review of 2016 Buccaneers Coaching Staff Hirings

Review of Buccaneers' Coaching Staff       Following the NFL's sixteen-week regular season, many NFL franchises contemplated making immediate changes to improve for the upcoming season. One of the major changes NFL franchises typically make is altering their coaching staffs. In fact, this year alone seven out of thirty-two NFL teams decided to fire their current coaches and hire new head coaches. The most criticized move this offseason was the decision to fire Buccaneers head coach, Lovie S

Chacho Jordan

Chacho Jordan

 

Lovie is a loser.

Lovie Smith took the team out to lunch since it was a late kickoff. KFC, all you can eat. I guess they did not did not care to wash their hands after eating that greasy ass food. You know how those thugs like that shit. Although, I'm sure they did not eat grease back in their homeland. Damn thugs. The same thugs that cannot keep their cool.   Fire that loser head coach. He cannot win without Urlacher, a NON thud.

Zaclan

Zaclan

 

The Naive Opinion and the Bottom Line

The Offenses:   1) Getting rid of (one of) the best corner(s) in the NFL having traded a 1st and a conditional 3rd to get him less than 12 months earlier.   2) Hoping to trade the guy and announcing to the world that the other alternative was to cut him.   3) Signing Alterraun Verner, (arguably) the best corner in this year's free agent class, for more than $6M per and guaranteeing the rest of the NFL that the "cut" threat was no boast.   4) Washing out their existing cap space on Day 1

Cantankeris

Cantankeris

 

Josh Freeman: How success at no level added up to NFL Failure

The last week has been filled with a lot of questions about Josh Freeman. Why did he fail? How did he fail? Who's fault was it? I, like a lot of Bucs fans rooted for Freeman to succeed. But looking back at it, I wonder where we ever came up with the idea that it was some external force that led Freeman to fail.   When Freeman was recruited for college out of Grandview, Missouri he had a lot of key skills - big size, a decent arm, he could catch and throw and he took the game at an ease. The kn

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