Licht Speaks Of “Swift Decisions”May 5th, 2014
Raise your hand if you think the Bucs are going to play some patsy game of wait-and-see with the most important position the roster.
That’s right. Put your hand in the air if you believe 2014 is the year the Bucs experiment to see whether 35-year-old Josh McCown plays his first good full season or whether Mike Glennon can pull an offense out of the NFL cellar — without another viable option on the roster.
Joe’s hand is not raised.
In fact, Joe would be stunned if the Bucs don’t draft a QB they believe has “franchise” potential this week.
Why wait? If the decision belongs to general manager Jason Licht, then Joe’s sure the Bucs will move quickly.
In this Buccaneers.com video (you can actually see Joe chatting with Licht in it), Licht states his experience as a personnel executive with the Eagles, Patriots and Cardinals taught him not to hesitate.
“The common thread I could see with those successful teams was just making swift decisions and not looking the rearview mirror,” Licht said.
Yes, Joe expects a swift and stunning blow will be dealt to the hopes and dreams of the Mike Glennon Mob.