Unfair To Be PatientMarch 25th, 2014
Bucs fans have suffered going on 12 years since the Bucs’ last playoff win. That’s just incredible in this day and age. Bucs fans are impatient, understandably so.
And Bucs general manager Jason Licht understands this.
He doesn’t blame fans whatsoever. That’s part of the reason why the Bucs jumped into the free agent pool two weeks ago with the same speed and enthusiasm Joe would display if Rachel Watson, replete with a minimal string bikini, invited Joe for a midnight swim.
That’s the word from Bucs multimedia type Scott Smith of Buccaneers.com, likely live from the NFL Owners meetings today in Orlando.
@ScottSBucs: GM Jason Licht says the team thought it would be unfair to ask fans to be patient, thus the aggressive approach in free agency.
Joe is pretty sure the angst of the fans was only onereason Licht and coach Lovie Smith were so aggressive in free agency. No one is more impatient with the playoff drought more than Team Glazer.
Joe is pretty confident L&L, when they were hired, were told how tired Team Glazer was of the lack of playoff wins, and the time was now to turn the franchise around. Or they too might be looking for work elsewhere in the not-so-distant future.