Late-season Interceptions “Unacceptable”July 24th, 2013
Man, it’s a massively busy day at One Buc Palace. Players are showing up. Assistant coaches are talking. Contracts are being signed. Football is upon us, folks.
Embattled Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman took a few moments before a team meeting to talk turkey with the Bucs pen and mic club and Freeeman confessed, yes, there is room to improve. When asked about his rash of late-season interceptions in 2012, a ghastly nine in three games, Freeman said that notorious mark is “unacceptable.” He noted the offense needs to improve on third downs.
“The way you do that is to get better on first and second downs,” Freeman said.
No one seems more geeked about the Bucs’ offense that defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, who has to go up against the Bucs defense each and every day. GMC just shook his head when asked about the potential of the offense.
“Even at their third level, they are tough to stop,” GMC said.