Dallas Clark Is The “Curveball”November 19th, 2012
In the world of Greg Schiano’s common baseball analogies, it seems Vincent Jackson is the overpowering fastball, Mike Williams is the nasty cut fastball, and Dallas Clark is the back-breaking slow curve.
This afternoon the leader of the New Schiano Order explained to media that in working to build the Bucs with rockstar general manager Mark Dominik that the GM was dialed on what the coach was trying to accomplish on the field in order to snatch players that could produce in those parameters.
One of those was Dallas Clark, Schiano said, a bit of an X-factor among the Bucs’ weaponry.
“That one curveball that’s hard to defend,” Schiano said of Clark. “It’s that extra component.”
Schiano was enamored by the wheel route and catch by Clark to win the game in overtime. Hell, every Bucs fan was jacked up by it, and the catch highlighted Clark’s biggest day as a Buccaneer.
How exactly does a defense prepare to stop the Bucs? Joe’s glad that’s not his job.