Shaun King: “I Don’t Think Johnny’s Going To Be A Successful Player”

April 23rd, 2014
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Former Bucs QB Shaun King, one of three quarterbacks who led the Bucs to the NFC Championship game, weighs in on the Bucs’ draft strategy.

Joe’s a little annoyed this morning at former Bucs quarterback and current NBC Sports & Yahoo! Sports NFL insider Shaun King.

Today, King was on the Ron and Ian Show and did a complete 180 on his initial assessment of Johhny Football.

King, who in December called Johnny Football the next Russell Wilson, said deeper film study of Johnny Football and footwork he saw live in person at the Texas A&M Pro Day, among other concerns, lead him to believe Johnny Football will not be a winning NFL quarterback.

“I don’t think Johnny’s going to be a successful player,” King said.

Joe is shaking his head. Joe expects to talk to King more about this later this week.

King said he mingled at the Texas A&M Pro Day with Lovie Smith and Jason Licht and is confident wide receiver Mike Evans is a guy the Bucs like. King, however, said the Bucs will be “reactionary” and “fluid” in the first round of the NFL Draft. King said he doesn’t have a good read on whether Lovie would jump at the chance to draft Blake Bortles or Teddy Bridgewater, if available at the No. 7 overall pick.

King said he would draft Bridgewater.

As for what King, a lifelong Bucs fan, wants to see from his beloved Bucs, he said his first choice would be to see the Bucs trade down and come away from the first two rounds of the draft with “a quality wide receiver, an offensive lineman and a pass rusher.”

Joe would applaud that scenario, but not if the Bucs traded down after a shot to draft Johnny Football or Teddy Bridgewater. The Bucs need a QB with “franchise” potential. The time is now.

97 Responses to “Shaun King: “I Don’t Think Johnny’s Going To Be A Successful Player””

  1. MadMax Says:

    I just dont know. I have a lot of doubt about him at the NFL level. I would use maybe a 2nd rounder on him if QB needy and he was still there though. But I was impressed with him on Gruden’s QB camp show. He’s still a huge ? mark for me.

  2. bucrightoff Says:

    Johnny Manziel “I think Shaun King is going to be a successful competitive eater”

  3. passthebuc Says:

    If JF were 6’4 & 240, I would be on board. He’s not and I’m not. On Bridgewater, He might be around for a 5 year period but I don’t see him any different than Pryor. Bortels I would risk the 7th pick on, but if I had the chance to trade down and come away with what King suggested, I’m in..

  4. lightningbuc Says:

    Joe – When you speak to King later this week, can you see how well King was able to pull in college. This reeks of jealousy on King’s part!

  5. Barry Says:

    Sapp = Bridgewater
    King = Bridgewater
    Dungy = Bridgewater

    hummmmm

  6. Pookie Says:

    Kings’s mingling is sneaking up behind coaches and gm’s and eavesdrop. That’s the best way to get inside info.

  7. Alex2013 Says:

    Bet Johnny has a better career than Shaun did…27 tds 24 ints qb rtg:73.4 completion percentage:56% Not very impessive, Glennon already did better…

  8. Patrick Says:

    Shaun King……..the reason we didn’t play the Titans in the Super Bowl!

  9. The_Buc_Realist Says:

    As all the QB’s are dropping in the draft. Joe is starting to go in “Panic Mode” as all the Qb will be on the board and the Bucs will go in another direction.

  10. INDYbucsfan Says:

    Finally cut that crap about him leading us to the NFC championship?! Thanks! Now timeto start dropping the rockstar from Dominick!

  11. al121976 Says:

    King would know what an unsuccessful QB looks like, he see’s one everyday. Bridgewater (imo) is going to be similar to Vince Young, hyped up with a short career. IDK about JF, like a mix of Favre and Russel Wilson. One other thing I have noticed about King, he always roots for QB’s who have a similar appearance as himself.

  12. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    @Barry

    Sapp, King and Dungy have something in common with Bridgewater. It’s the norm in any culture to want our politicians, sports figures, etc, etc, to look and sound just like us. Anyone who has listened to King over the years, along with many other sports-related figures of a certain persuasion, realizes that there are particular biases involved that go mainly unspoken but which are obvious to those with eyes to see and ears to hear. I’ll leave you to draw the rest of the conclusion I’m implying here.

  13. d-money Says:

    Joe you forgot to remind everyone that King was 1 of 3 QB’s to lead the Bucs to the NFC championship game.

    He must have really pissed you off this time.

  14. thegregwitul Says:

    Love the site, Joe, I check in several times each day, but I have to vent for a moment re: Shaun King:

    Shaun King was 13/29 for 163 yards with 0TDs and 2INTs in the 11-6 loss to the Rams in the NFC Championship game played on 01/23/00. I was 17 years old at the time and I remember a lot about that game and the season as a whole. I recall a dominant defense, one of the great underrated defensive units of all-time, and I recall Shaun King.

    I understand the QB will often receive more praise and absorb more blame than they deserve, but if you must open every Shaun King article by stating (accurately, I know) that he was one of three QBs to lead the Bucs to the NFC Championship, well, maybe you should include his stat line in the big game, because it was hot garbage.

    King was good for 3 completed passes and 40 yards per quarter, with an average of one turnover each half against the Rams. I mean, the Bucs only had a defense that carried King on a weekly basis and did enough to punch a Super Bowl ticket by shutting down an historic offense. The only thing King needed to do was not soil his pants and he fell flat on his face. Yeah, he had that awesome run in the rematch on MNF the following season that sparked the team and led to a win, but let’s call it like it is: The Bucs dominant defense led the team to the NFC Championship game, just like it did back in 1979 and like it would end up doing in 2002 to win a Super Bowl. That is the common denominator.

    Ok, vent over with. Keep up the good work, Joe.

  15. Brandon Says:

    King probably sees too many similarities between Manziel’s game and his own…all the way down to the dedication off the field. They were both 6’0 and didn’t have rocket arms. They both relied and excelled at improvisation. And they both had issues off the field. Manziel loves the broads and booze, and King loves bacon and burgers. If anybody knows why Manziel COULD fail, it would be King.

    I’m also big on Bridgewater…who regardless of what some clueless guy posted, is absolutely NOTHING like Terrell Pryor. They couldn’t be more different. Bridgewater is Montanesque… He plays like Rodgers, with his mind and accuracy mixed in with some athleticism when needed. Pryor is big and tremendously athletic with absolutely no feel (and poor tools) for a professional passing game.

  16. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    When they pass on Manziel, are you going to accuse Licht and Lovie of being jealous of his ability to pull?

  17. Sealbuc Says:

    I never agree with the hot air that comes out of king’s mouth . But I have to agree with him . Johnny football will be just like Tebow , nothing more than a great collage QB.

  18. CountryBuc Says:

    I find it funny that you say King annyoed you this morning, and I don’t read “1 of 3 Bucs QB’s to lead his team..bla bla”. You get my point. Joe this should tell you the crap that comes out of his mouth that he would give someone such a high praise before really analyzing the tape to do a complete 180, and on top of it to not apologize that he was wrong. Weither Johhny Ballz is the man or not I don’t care, King however is an idiot.

  19. Bucsfanman Says:

    @FLBoyInDallas- That’s a joke, right?! You really didn’t type that stupidity on purpose, correct?
    FYI-Bridgewater has been from day #1 the top rated QB prospect in this draft from ALL the media types.
    Why don’t you go root for Dallas if you’re going to make stupid implications?!!!!

  20. Buc1987 Says:

    Way to go fat man. Preach it to Joe.

  21. bucrightoff Says:

    Oil Derrick Brooks Says:
    April 23rd, 2014 at 11:20 am
    When they pass on Manziel, are you going to accuse Licht and Lovie of being jealous of his ability to pull?
    ______________________________________________________________

    This is why I want Manziel to fall to the 2nd round. I wanna see Joe accuse every GM in the NFL of being unable to pull in college and being jealous of Johnny.

  22. Buc1987 Says:

    Where is Eric? He’s needs to (no King pun intended) weigh in. He’s going to be outraged!

  23. Buc1987 Says:

    If they draft Manziel, some say it will turn into a circus. I say of course it will. They have plenty of midgets in the circus.

  24. ToesOnTheLine Says:

    Bucsfanman

    The stupidity could be in automatically jumping to conclusions. All the names mentioned could have being guys or football players in common as anything else (like say being black men who play or played football). Freedom of speech.

  25. SAMCRO Says:

    If I had no choice and had to draft a QB with the best chance to lead my team this year. Probably the most NFL ready, would be A.J. McCarron. He’s not the most athletic, but he was very successful running a NFL type Pro offense in arguably the toughest conference in college football, so his learning curve would be shorter, whereas most the top QB’s would take longer to develop, and unlikely unable to contribute right away without a myriad of rookie mistakes.

  26. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    Bridgewater will likely not even be drafted in the first round, no matter what all the “media” types have to say. Anyone who has paid subscriptions to professional publications from actual credentialed NFL scouts knows that the media and fans have greatly overrated him.

    Most scouts actually have Carr rated higher than Bridgewater, sometimes by as much as a full round or more. We will see who’s right about Bridgewater come draft day. My money is on a second round selection.

  27. BFFL Says:

    We already have a QB with “franchise potential”. His name is Glennon.

  28. Buc Fan #237 Says:

    Joe, you can’t just pick and choose when to like Shaun King, 1 of only 3 QB’s to lead the Bucs to the NFC championship game… and Johnny Manziel isn’t one of them.

  29. Bucsfanman Says:

    @Toes- If what you say is the case, why infer an implication? I didn’t need to jump to a conclusion because the conclusion was implied.
    “Freedom of speech”, you are correct sir. Since you have clearly drawn a line in the sand as to where you fall, I will quote the great Forrest Gump;”And that’s all I have to say about that.”
    Keep in mind this is about QBs. What say you, ToesOnThe Line? What of your unbiased opinion(sarcasm!)?!

  30. biff barker Says:

    King is rather predictable is he not?
    I don’t mind his idea of trading down though, but doubt the return will be high enough.
    Manziel has far more upside than Bridgewater even though both have durability concerns IMO.
    The safest pick may well be Bortles if Tedford can refine his game.

  31. Buccanole Says:

    Shaun King needs to stop worrying about Johnny Football and start worrying about how much of is income has gone to Red Lobster

  32. Buc Fan #237 Says:

    Oh yeah… the first round lasts all night… that gives you and your readers many hours to give you the needle as Johnny Manziel drops in the draft.

    Question: Will Manziel attend the draft in the first round in NY? Wouldn’t it be hilarious to watch him get all red in the face and squirm while falling in round one?

  33. meh Says:

    FLBoyInDallas wins the “dumbest post ever” award. That had to be just to incite a reaction.

  34. pete Says:

    Help Browns get one of the QBs.
    Buccaneers might trade Pick 7 to Browns for picks 26 + 35 (& 68?)

  35. Bucsfanman Says:

    @meh- In retrospect, I fell hook, line and sinker! I’m just glad that I’m not the only one who thought so.

  36. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Shaun King wouldn’t know success if it sat on his face!!!

    “Shaun King, one of two Buc Quarterbacks that lost a NFC Championship Game when his defense gave up 11 or fewer points.”

  37. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    No matter you move from Florida to Texas-Wyoming, Montana or Bumfuc# Egypt. The correlative to loving our neighbors as ourselves, is hating ourselves as we hate our neighbors.

  38. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Well…there you have it. Manziel will be great, Bridgewater will be a bust. King never gets it right, so it must be so.

  39. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    There’s a lot of value from late first to the mid rounds. A trade back for more picks would be great.

  40. OAR Says:

    You’ve got to hand it to those midgets……cause they can’t reach a damn thing!

  41. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I, for one, hope someone drafts Bridgewater before 7.

  42. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    King is still a huge Geno Smith fan, claiming the Jets have mistreated him and that he’s still a “franchise” QB. He was also a huge Freeman fan, saying Schiano should’ve been fired after releasing Freeman. He called for Freeman to be given a huge contract extension before last season began.

    Again, I ask you…what do Geno Smith and Josh Freeman have in common with all of King’s most ardently supported QB’s? I’ll leave you to figure out the rest.

  43. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    Looking for evidence straight from King’s mouth about his views on the NFL QB position? This is from an interview with ESPN back in 2010:

    “Any franchise Caucasian quarterback will get unlimited opportunities to realize their potential,” says Shaun King, an African-American who quarterbacked the Tampa Bay Bucs to the NFC Championship Game in 1999. “If Jay Cutler left Chicago, and even if he played badly, he’s always going to be viewed as a franchise QB. For African-Americans, their value is strictly tied to their current performance. It’s tough to stick up for Vince Young because his immaturity has been a consistent issue, but a Caucasian QB that has been as successful as Vince Young wouldn’t be pulled as much as him.”

  44. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Take that racist BS tone somewhere else.

  45. Buc Fan #237 Says:

    Great quote FLboy… King is and has always been “biased”.

    But lets look at the real news here… Shaun King stood near Lovie Smith and crew during Manziel’s work out. He insinuated that the Bucs were not enamored and that he also changed his mind.

    That is telling… the Bucs will NOT be drafting Manziel come the draft… not even if he falls to the second round like Drew Brees did.

  46. Frank Says:

    Take everything King says regarding quarterbacks with a grain of salt not only because he absolutely sucked but because his opinions tend to be racially slanted.

  47. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    @Luv

    It’s not my tone. It’s Shaun King’s. And I don’t mind pointing it out, either. I’m not afraid to discuss the issues whether they’re difficult, taboo, or whatever. You won’t shut me up with your phony “love”.

  48. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    @237 and Frank

    Right on.

  49. Kalind Says:

    What an endorsement for Johnny!!!! Holy smokes! I am flipping my script now. Draft Johnny Football! Now, he’s a lock to go to the Hall of Fame! Maybe even GOAT status.

    Rule of thumb no. 237: Do and think the opposite of. Shaun King.

  50. bucrightoff Says:

    Does Shaun King favor fat quarterbacks over skinny ones too?

  51. Nick H Says:

    OK I skipped whole conversation because this had me rolling

    bucrightoff Says:
    April 23rd, 2014 at 10:33 am
    Johnny Manziel “I think Shaun King is going to be a successful competitive eater”

    Flippin hilarious

  52. Nick H Says:

    Shaun King has plenty of reasons to believe he won’t be successful just like the supporters have plenty of reasons to believe he will be.

    Time will tell, hurry up regular season.

  53. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Has anyone noticed that Joe didn’t use “Shaun King, one of three Buc Quarterbacks that led the Bucs to the NFC Championship” ?
    Perhaps its because of King’s opinion of Johnny or…..Joe has finally realized that…..

    “Shaun King, one of two Buc Quarterbacks that lost a NFC Championship Game when his defense gave up 11 or fewer points.”

  54. Jim Says:

    I don’t believe anything I hear in April about the NFL draft. Its all propaganda.

  55. Bman Says:

    Pookie Says:
    April 23rd, 2014 at 10:46 am
    Kings’s mingling is sneaking up behind coaches and gm’s and eavesdrop. That’s the best way to get inside info.

    ___________________________________________________________

    Shaun King doesn’t appear to be able to sneak up behind anyone!

  56. Greg Says:

    Shaun King probably thinks we should try to sign Jared Lorenzen

  57. SteveK Says:

    Sorry to post another thread, but lmfao hahaha check this out:
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/04/23/josh-freeman-i-still-see-myself-as-a-starting-caliber-quarterback/

    Bust, bust, bust. Also a cry baby that is not committed to his craft. Good riddance you pretty boy, non accountability having Freemadonna!

  58. Dude Says:

    I don’t think Shaun King was a successful player…

  59. Bucsfanman Says:

    @FLBoy- Your point has been made but it is still ignorant whether he says it or you say it. It’s not a “taboo” issue, it’s just dumb. Besides, who cares what he thinks anyway? The Bucs will probably shock us all with their #7 pick.
    @TBBF- Were you not rooting for King back then? Admittedly, I didn’t think he was all that bad until he blew up like that girl from Willy Wonka!

  60. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    “Shaun King doesn’t appear to be able to sneak up behind anyone!”

    Not so, King has snuck up on many a buffet.

  61. Chef Paul Says:

    I hope I don’t piss off too many people with this, but I see nothing wrong with King sticking up for his race. I believe everyone does that on at least a small scale. Kind of like the Olympics. Don’t we all root for America? I think it’s similar to that. And I see nothing wrong with that. Doesn’t matter what race you are. Weren’t black people proud when Obama became the first black President? Or when Dungy was the first black coach to win the Super Bowl? Arent Asian’s and Latino’s proud of their baseball players coming here and playing awesome? Don’t white guys feel proud when a white RB does great? It’s human nature IMO. When it becomes a problem is hating a different race. Spewing hate speech. Denying jobs, and college enrollment. Stuff like that. Being proud of someone in your race shouldn’t be frowned upon. Hating other races for their race should be.
    There is a big difference between racial pride and racial hate.

    Personally, I don’t consider what King said to be hate speech. That’s why I’m OK with it.

  62. ruggyup Says:

    Lots of ink wasted here on knocking Shaun King. All stunningly irrelevant. Hey, what are Joe’s lifetime completion/int stats? Me johnny likely to have an RGIII experience. Bridgewater will disappoint, guaranteed. Bucs need a top tier O line before a future second tier QB in the draft.

  63. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    @FLBoyInDallas

    Haaa-Hopefully one day we can sit down like men, and discuss BUC ball after a game.

  64. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    @Chef Paul

    Great Post Sir!

  65. ToesOnTheLine Says:

    Got back late to the party but to answer Bucsfanman’s question to me I made my point because you jumped on the guy and called him stupid and to root for the Cowboys which seemed kind of stupid since he as all of us have a right to an opinion. Is Shaun King a racist? That quote sure sounded like it, but I wouldn’t call him stupid for it. He should be able to speak his opinion on the topic just like the posters who imply that there could be another reason why Sapp, Lovie, and Dungy all like Bridgewater. That’s why I mentioned freedom of speech.

  66. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I was mistaken…..Joe did use his standard praise of Shaun King (under his photo)…..

    “Shaun King, one of two Buc Quarterbacks that lost a NFC Championship Game when his defense gave up 11 or fewer points.”

  67. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ Chef Paul

    I agree entirely about your comments regarding race in this matter….however, I do believe that Dilfer, for example, wouldn’t get the same pass that King gets…there usually is a great deal more sensitivity when a white comments and race is involved. Jimmy The Greek & Don Imus found out immediately.

  68. Shawnbucfan Says:

    Preach on Burger King !!!

  69. Nick H Says:

    Don Imus…. maybe shouldn’t be used as an example there lol

  70. JBFstalkingjohnnyfootBALLS Says:

    The Johnny Nutt Tugging mob do not like when someone is critical of Manziel. Using race as why some people don’t like him. Ron Jaworski said, “I wouldn’t take Manziel in first three rounds”. I guess he’s being racist. Merrell Hoge don’t like him also. His reckless style of play don’t work in the NFL. And Johnny is a huge project. I know Jon Gruden went on record to say he love Johnny Football. But tell me what guy Jon Gruden don’t like? I WOULD PAY ANYTHING TO WATCH(mic’d up)JON GRUDEN COACH JOHNNY MANZIEL. That would not last long.

  71. OAR Says:

    Well, I for one am not racist……I hate everyone equally!

  72. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    @OAR

    Lol

    I’m always angry- hulk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msRaooooyds

  73. thegregwitul Says:

    “Shaun King, one of two Buc Quarterbacks that lost a NFC Championship Game when his defense gave up 11 or fewer points.”

    Let’s not forget that two of those points was a result of a safety. So the Bucs defense gave up 9 points to one of the best offensive teams of all time…and King lost the game for them with his hideous performance. Ugh.

    As for Johnny, I just don’t know what he’ll do in the NFL. A large part of me wants him on the team because he’s so much fun to watch and the Bucs would have a box office player on offense (no knock on Dougie and VJax), but at the same time I worry that he won’t hold up on the NFL level. If push came to shove, what the heck, if he’s on the board I would roll the dice. I just hope these draft picks make a positive impact on the team.

  74. The 300's Says:

    he went against johnny football and didn’t get the “one of only three quarterbacks….” crap. looks like we won’t be getting any more commentary referenced from king any more.

  75. delson Says:

    Jimmy garoppolo looks good as a 3rd round pick. Quick release and pretty mobile

  76. Chef Paul Says:

    TBBF,

    I agree, Dilfer wouldn’t have gotten the pass that King got, but 100% racial equality still eludes us even though with each passing generation it gets closer and closer. But there are still unwritten rules. We will get there someday. Hopefully before America becomes the next Roman Empire and collapses.

  77. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    @Chef Paul

    One day

  78. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ thegregwitful

    We lost that game to the Rams 11-6……two of their points came from a safety…King led us to two field goals….he did better than Doug Williams, the 2nd qb who lost a NFC Championship for us….Williams’ offense was shut out 9-0 in the 1979 NFC Championship game at the Sombrero….I was there!!!

    At StLouis
    “Tampa Bay, weak on offense, would only muster two field goals, and gave up a costly safety in the second quarter when a bad snap from center went over the head of rookie quarterback Shaun King and out of the endzone”

  79. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    No provocation intended here today. It’s just that King views the QB position through racial lenses and that needs to be taken into account when considering his opinions. His opinions are far from unbiased and that’s what was being pointed out. Nothing more than that was intended.

  80. Chef Paul Says:

    I looked up the Don Imus thing to refresh my memory. I found it kind of funny that he was talking about, all together now, Rutgers.

    Aint nobody got nuttin good to say about Rutgers. lol

  81. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Yea…even though Imus isn’t a sports reporter….he was referencing a sports team and got thoroughly punished for his comments…..

  82. voicenote Says:

    Want is the fascination with Johnny football… Omg, he’s a great college football player and that doesn’t mean it will translate to the league. I compare him to Terrell Pryor who the seahawks just traded a 7thrd pick for. Pryor arm is strong, he’s faster and he’s bigger. So why not the uproar to trade for Pryor? But you want to spend a 7th overall pick for a lesser version of him.

    Explain?

  83. Buxfan Says:

    @ Chef Paul

    This has little to do with race when it comes to Sapp and Dungy. Sapp wasn’t crazy about Shaun King as Bucs QB. Hell, Warrick Dunn wasn’t crazy about King. Sapp like Bridgewater because his ties to the Miami area. And to say Dungy rooting for Bridgewater because he’s black is an idiot. The coach who had one black QB, which he benched for a white QB. He had two white all star players at SS and RB.

    For many years, the NFL always downgraded a black QB because they say, “this guy runs too much, he too short, he can’t do this or that”. Well low and behold we get this guy “Johnny Manziel” is EVERYTHING THE NFL WAS TOTALLY AGAINST. Short at 5’11, do not like to stay in the pocket and run around throw lob ball up for grabs. Let’s be for real, Johnny Manziel COULD NOT be a black guy name Johnny Williams.

    What’s crazy is the people knocking Bridgewater to rise Johnny is just insane. Let’s list the negative.

    His frame small 6’3 214
    His hand size 9 1/4 compared to Alex Smith, Aaron Rodgers, and B. Bortles 9 3/8
    The new one is that he’s being compared to Willie Beaman. A freaking movie characters from Any Given Sunday. This is a complete joke.

  84. Bucsfanman Says:

    @Toes- I know it’s semantics at this point but, I didn’t call him stupid. I called his statement stupid and stand by that. If you read his post he does not hide the inference to racism.
    Everyone is entitled to their opinion, just as everyone is entitled to their retort.
    Why are we still talking about this anyway?

  85. chef paul Says:

    Buxfan,

    I can’t tell if you are calling me an idiot or not. I very well could be wrong but it looks like u did. but I didn’t say anything about Dungy or Sapp or Bridgwater or Johnny.

  86. Bucsfanman Says:

    We have veered far off the subject today. Enlightening though!

  87. Bucs Fan Says:

    Shaun King to stick to analyzing what he’s good at. Buffet joints in Tampa Bay!

  88. BUC IT Says:

    Shaun you weren’t a successful player. Don’t worry Shaun, Johnny has big hands so he wont have the fumbling problem you had.

  89. Chrisfresh23 Says:

    I’m very concerned if we try to draft teddy bridgewater the guy looks like he can be another pat white in the league.. He looks too skinny and I don’t feel like he can take a good nfl hit.. He may shatter or get knocked out or something lol.. We definitely need to make a push to grab a top receiver or 2 and we can use another pass rusher.. We better get some good enough talent that can impact our team right away…

  90. Buc Fan #237 Says:

    No worries fellas… it will be Mike Evans anyway.

  91. BigMacAttack Says:

    Now somebody get in there and fix me some sammiches.

  92. BigMacAttack Says:

    I don’t care who they draft. We can’t do any worse than we have in the past.

  93. Buc the Haters Says:

    Shaun king is obviously racist. That’s the only logical explanation for him looking Bridgewater as a prospect more than Johnny. I can throw harder than Bridgewater with my opposite arm

  94. Buc the Haters Says:

    *liking not looking… Lol fail.

  95. hamilton Says:

    In 2014,peoble still hate black qb.i guess if your black you can like a black qb

  96. Buqsfan Says:

    AND HUGH CULVERHOUSE SPIRIT STILL LIVES ON IN TAMPA BAY

  97. Mike Duggan Says:

    Tony Dungy: If I’m committed to winning, I’d take Johnny Manziel.

 
 

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