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8 Responses to “Should The Bucs Drop One Tomorrow?”
He’s been playing the exact same way that got him that wonderful contract since 2005. Nothing has changed except the price tag of his ineptitude.
It’s really surprising how people really start to notice how horrible he is NOW. Like maybe more commenting and pointing out how bad he was week to week for the past four years might have been somewhat beneficial. But this is the administration that looked past that and gave him money no other team in their right mind would.
Maybe if we work on it hard enough we can change the corporate lingo. Instead of saying, “you dropped the ball on that presentation” we can get people to say, Boy that was a Clayton presentation, or you pulled a Clayton on that job. LMAO
I was on a chat during the game, and one guy said “excuse me, I gotta go to the john and drop a clayton” and we all knew exactly what he meant. The guy is delusional, thinks he’s a leader on the team. All he leads in is dropped passes. He should just STFU and be thankful that he and his agent were able to get pictures on Dumbinick to where he bent over backwards to sign this slug.