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    The Bucs are a Dumpster Fire

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...f-and-freeman/

    How the heck do you hold a players only meeting before the season even starts?

    Apparently, they questioned the validity of a captain's vote that stripped Josh Freeman of his C. As if that's not bad enough, Freeman also skipped the team photo.

    I guess Greg Schiano's coaching style of 'being the world's biggest douchebag' isn't going over well?

    Ice up, Leodis.
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    Easily one of the biggest stories thats not being talked about this season.

    The Bucs are coming apart at the seams. I feel for Freeman. Apparently the team was convinced Freeman was still the answer, only Schiano was unconvinced and has pushed this situation to the brink. Now its clearly beyond recovering. Schiano's demand for a cult of personality is causing that team to fall apart.

    Despite his Ireland-ish draft record, i like Mark Dominik. I feel the chances hes taken were worth the risks. Unfortunately it seems hes going to go down with the ship. Oh well, guess the rest of that division gets to sit back and watch. Schiano's probably safe for another year, but he wont be succeed in this league.
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    Schiano is safe until his contract expires, with that ownership group.

    I thought it was interesting last year when Schiano instructed his guys to dive at the Giants' legs during a kneeldown and the players basically came out and publicly said they didn't like doing it. I wondered how long it would take for things to begin to crack.

    Schiano is a complete dickbag.
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    Losing the way they did to the Jets, after the late hit out of bounds, might be something they cannot recover from. But I still have Vincent Jackson as one of my fantasy receivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by registeredguy View Post
    I guess Greg Schiano's coaching style of 'being the world's biggest douchebag' isn't going over well?
    He beat out Schwartz (Detroit) & Rex did he?
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    Quote Originally Posted by utahphinsfan View Post
    He beat out Schwartz (Detroit) & Rex did he?
    Yes. He's publicly throwing his QB under the bus in far worse fashion than Rex did with Geno, and again, last year he ordered his team to dive at the OL's knees when they were in victory formation. Who the hell does that? Even the players came out and complained about being coached to do that. He's like Nick Saban in the personality department, but he's not nearly as good of a football coach.
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    I don't think its great to have a disconnect with any starting QB when you're a HC, but it's not as if Josh Freeman has been above criticism as a starting QB, at least in regards to his play on the field. The guy had one miraculously successful season where most of the plays he made came after the play had broken down, not through making his reads and executing the play as called. Since then, he's been a hot mess, and last year he single-handedly took the Bucs out of contention as fast as they had surprised the league by getting back in it. For all his physical tools, the ability to execute the right throw at the right time hasn't been with him.

    He very well could hit the open market this year, and some needy team will bring him in, but imagining him even approaching the upper echelon of NFL QB's when there are so many guys who can dominate defenses on their better days is hard to fathom.

    Considering the inconsistency of the Bucs organization, it's probably just as likely that the players are as big of an issue as a coach. Coming after a player's coach, a disciplinarian is always unpopular until success is achieved.
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    If the Saints can barely beat this dumpster fire Bucs team, then I think we'll be fine against both.
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    I see Mike Glennon taking over sooner rather than later. The rift between Freeman and Schiano isn't going to end nicely.

    PS Schiano sucks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbunglez View Post
    I see Mike Glennon taking over sooner rather than later. The rift between Freeman and Schiano isn't going to end nicely.

    PS Schiano sucks.


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    Mike Glennon sucks too. He was drafted for his size and arm at the position, not for his ability to play the game. I'm not sure he'd be much more useless than Freeman right now though.
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