Shrinks, Faith, & Freeman’s Missing IntangiblesDecember 27th, 2012
Don’t expect Josh Freeman to ever be a player who will “captivate an organization” or “will his team to win,” says former Bucs QB Shaun King. “I think it’s always going to be physical with him; I don’t ever think it’s going to be mental.”
King, one of three quarterbacks to lead Tampa Bay to the NFC Championship game, went head to head with Ian Beckles on all things Bucs and NFL this morning on WDAE-AM 620. King also reiterated his take from early this season that Josh Freeman is in desperate need of a sports psychologist and cited that Drew Brees told King he used one with great success. (Joe wonders if Freeman already has sought counseling?)
King also praised Gerald McCoy’s Pro Bowl nod but explains why he believes a lot of McCoy’s votes were personality- and not performance-driven.
And King dives into Tim Tebow conversation and compares Tebow to Albert Haynesworth. Enjoy. Joe did.