“Body Snatchers” Took Down Bucs

October 2nd, 2012

One of the worst things Joe did as a young child was watch Invasion of the Body Snatchers when it arrived on broadcast television.

It scared the snot out of Joe. All those chilling pod people and Leonard Nimoy out of his Spock role.

It seems that this classic movie also left an impression on the leader of the New Schiano Order.

Speaking on his radio show Monday on WDAE-AM 620, Greg Schiano referred to the Bucs jumping offsides twice on the Redskins’ second scoring drive as a mystery only explained by extraterrestrial activities.

“The second score, you know, it’s 4th-and-1 we jump and then it’s 3rd-and-1 and we jump on the same drive. I mean that’s just not us,” Schiano said. “I don’t know if we had the invasion of the body snatchers because I don’t know who that was out there.”

Unfortunately, Joe suspects body snatchers were not involved because body-snatcher clones were very stoic and unemotional and not the type to jump offsides on key plays. Also, the Bucs have been racking up stupid penalties all season.

7 Responses to ““Body Snatchers” Took Down Bucs”

  1. Miracle Says:

    McCoy has been prone to jump offsides throughout his career. Its a byproduct of his quick take-off. I’d rather see him jump offside on one play than dial it back for the game. That being said, he needs to learn that there are certain times when you have to be more focused.

  2. AtlBucsFan Says:

    Stupid penalties. Look at the BALL for crying out loud!

  3. Jerry Says:

    Ranked 30th in offense and 30th in defense.

    Well at least we aren’t last! That’s something to be proud of, i guess.

  4. bradenton_bucsfan Says:

    Body snatchers no…. zebra snatchers yes…. zebra snatch a win,zebra snatch a touchdown its a zebra snatching conspiracy

  5. Miguel El Magnifico Says:

    The way to eliminate stupid penalties is through education, communication and understanding. Hardly the benchmarks of the NSO.

  6. stratobuc Says:

    That’s not the classic, that’s the remake of the 1956 film which WAS the classic. Geez – does everyone think the first movie ever made was “Star Wars”?

  7. FlBoy84 Says:

    Maybe McCoy got that advice from Sapp as well.