Flawed Play-Action Doomed Jagodzinski

September 4th, 2009

Former Bucs tight end Dave Moore, now the Bucs radio color analyst, talked some Xs and Os during tonight’s pregame show.

Moore weighed in on the Jagodzinski firing and said it had a lot to do with the Bucs’ play-action sets not “mirroring run plays” so they couldn’t be sold properly to the defense.

Moore explained he personally saw this on film and that the flaw was much of the “attention to detail” lacking in Jagodzinski that Raheem The Dream and Mark Dominik have referred to frequently. 

As a Chucky disciple, Raheem The Dream surely must be a stickler for such critical detail. 

3 Responses to “Flawed Play-Action Doomed Jagodzinski”

  1. Dave O Says:

    Thats a damn fine reporter on the left!

  2. Dave O Says:

    And the reporter on the right clearly works for a superior organization.

  3. Joe Says:

    For a minute there Dave Joe was wondering if you were so distraught by the loss you were losing your sense of direction.

 
 

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