The Plan Is No Different

August 29th, 2011

For the many Bucs fans who were at Saturday night’s Bucs game at The CITS or couldn’t stay up until the wee hours of Sunday morning to watch the fourth quarter or who were otherwise occupied Sunday afternoon, these same Bucs fans missed a rare live TV appearance by Bucs co-chairman Bryan Glazer during the fourth quarter of the Bucs-Dolphins broadcast on WTSP-TV Channel 10, one of Joe’s proud media partners.

Naturally, Joe had a recorder handy to document this interview:

Bryan Glazer’s opening statement: We have a lot of good skill position guys that are young players that will be with us for a long, long time.

Chris Myers: And of course the decision with young guys, to go with Raheem Morris and Mark Dominik, the head coach and general manager, seemed like a gutsy move at the time.

Glazer: No, we have known Raheem for seven or eight years and we knew Mark for 15 years. To us, it was not a risky proposition. We knew these guys. We knew what they were all about. We knew with their patience they would put together a great team.

John Lynch: Bryan, it is clear to me and I think to everyone that you are building something here. I know the goal is not 10 wins but the goal is to win another championship. To me it is kind of nostalgic being here because there are a lot of themes with this team that harken me back to the days with our team growing up.

Glazer: The plan today is no different than the plan in 1995. We are putting together a young team that will grow together and not having to keep adding older players. We will have a young tem that will play together and grow together.

Lynch: I think the difference you guys have with this team is, I think I would have a handful of Super Bowl rings if I had a guy like No. 5 on my team. You put him with our defense, you’d have something awesome.

Glazer: Having like No. 5 out there, well, it’s something fantastic to have. It was all on you guys. It was all on the defense. Now, we have a balanced team. We have great players on defense, great players on offense, it’s really exciting to watch.

Myers: Bryan, let’s talk about the non-sellouts, the blackouts and the non-sellouts. I know the team is trying [to sell tickets] but is there something the league can do? Is this because of the lockout? Is it the economy? What concerns you the most?

Glazer: Well, in the offseason, we lowered some ticket prices to — we know the economy is very difficult here in Tampa. We are aware of that. So we have ticket prices as low as $35 for adults and $17.50 for kids. We made it very affordable for people to come. They can afford to come to the games.

Viewers could sort of tell how Glazer — and perhaps the rest of the Bucs hierarchy — was growing weary of the constant temporary hole-plugging of Chucky with gum and duct tape, hoping older, over-priced players (that’s a Ted Thompson reference to free agents) try to fill gaps for a year.

With Bucs rock star general manager Mark Dominik stocking the roster with solid young talent, such a practice shouldn’t be needed for some time.

48 Responses to “The Plan Is No Different”

  1. raphael Says:

    we are lucky to have owners like the Glazers…I think they have done a great job overall….we are in a position to keep our core players together..very smart and very exciting !

  2. CalicoJack Says:

    Let’s face it. If the ABBA star was a player, and “The Plan” was how he played…

    Dexter Jackson Punt Returner. “Dancing Queen”…

    If he’s not going backwards (heinous coordinators), he’s turtling (free agency)…

  3. Oahubuc Says:

    “Lynch: I think the difference you guy shave with this team is, I think I would have a handful of Super Bowl rings if I had a guy like No. 5 on my team.”

    Hey is that a shot at Shaun King? TWITTER WAR!!!

  4. thegregwitul Says:

    What the hell is going on with the Abba references? I’m not going to lie, I enjoy the group, but we’re talking Bucs football here…or is this some kind of reflection of their last two preseason games?

    j.

  5. Tuggz Says:

    Man they sure asked Glazer the hard, gritty questions didn’t they? Interviewing owners is like interviewing dictators in the fact that every Q will be as vanilla & supportive as possible. What’s the point? It’s almost propaganda.

  6. Fritz50 Says:

    I know you’d like tough, hard hitting questions, but the truth is, if he gets hit with them, we’ll never see another interview. He’s not required to give them like the Coach, staff & team members are. The only way you’ll hear them respond to tough, uncomfortable, questions is if he’s testifying under oath, for whatever reason. Not sure I blame them, seeing how the media & fans climb all over Raheem for every little mis-statement.

    I too would like a ‘splenation for the ABBA reference, along with the ‘CITS’ reference. Also wondering if the ‘rock star’ references are a little ‘dig’ at Dominik. Just recently startedcoming here & really enjoy the site (sorry I didn’t hear/read about it sooner), but don’t have a historical reference for these terms.

  7. CalicoJack Says:

    thegregwitul Says: “I enjoy the group”

    Perhaps I should have chosen someone more milquetoast… Who knew?

    …and ABBA did attract a crowd…

  8. Chris FWC :) Says:

    people like ABBA? come’on

  9. raphael Says:

    http://youtu.be/REElUors1pQ goat

  10. raphael Says:

    I didn’t get the abba reference either

  11. jerry Says:

    So its just a coincidence that building a team this way makes us the cheapest team in the league?

  12. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    As the team grows and the young guys get contract extensions, this will be a fairly high-priced team. It’s only the cheapest early in the process, but a few years down the road it will get quite expensive to retain all of our free agents.

  13. Adam Says:

    ONE GUY. Sign ONE PROVEN GUY for me to get excited about. You’re asking a cash-strapped city to plunk down $1000 for season tickets to see an unproven commodity. You don’t have to become the REDSKINS, but maybe you bring in Anquan Boldin, or broker a trade for Larry Fitzgerald, or sign a Nmandi Whatever his name is. I’d feel SO MUCH DIFFERENT about this team had they made that ONE decent signing. And don’t shove the punter down my throat and try and sell it to me as “strategy.” Please. You’re insulting my intelligence. The best punter in the history of the NFL isn’t in the Hall of Fame.

  14. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    As for the lack of challenging questions to the Glazers, you guys do realize that this isn’t communist Russia or red China right? Business owners are not required to submit to public interrogation. If they feel attacked they have every right to refuse to reward those journalists with future interviews. Get over it.

  15. Mauha Deeb Says:

    @Adam True, but he was still the greatest punter in the history of the NFL. Who cares if he is in the Hall?

  16. Eric Says:

    You mean the duct tape that led to a Super Bowl win and three NFC south Championships?

    Like to find a store that sells some of that for the no playoffs yet regime.

    Heading for three years in a row, I fear.

    Please, give me some duct tape!

  17. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    If avoiding veteran talent was always the plan, how do you explain:
    Keyshawn, Joe jurevicius, pittman, Keenan Mccardell, Brad Johnson, Simeon Rice, Ken Dilger,Jeff Christy, Randall McDaniel, Brad Culpepper, Hardy Nickerson, Shelton Quarles and I am sure many others.
    All veteran Glazer acquisitions from the glory years that had much to do with those glory years. Lynch was pre-Glazer, Sapp may have been as well (not sure) but I do know that Sapp was drafted by Wyche.

  18. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Also, do you sense the inherent arrogance and accusation in Glazer’s statement “we made it affordable . . They can afford to go to games.”

    How pompous? How does he know what every member of the community can or cant afford? He sounds angry at the fanbase as if it is our fault that the very low budget and 13-19 record are not being embraced by the community.

    I am proud of the fans for staying home. Joe, the KC situation is WAY different. They averaged 67k last year (more than our capacity) and had 0 blackouts.

  19. McBuc Says:

    Thomas says “I am proud of the fans for staying home”

    More proof you are just a troll. Nice way to bew a fan Jack Ass.

  20. McBuc Says:

    Nickerson came the year before. Most of those names were added when the team was competing at a high level. You two are really just jerks. The duct tape years refers to the years after the Super Bowl, and we all know you knew that Eric.

  21. jerry Says:

    Signing one or two proven talents now would do absolutely nothing to hurt the team when most of those the rookie contracts are up. They could have signed Asomugha and front loaded the contract. We’d have the best corners in the NFC and probably the NFL. But nope…we stay cheap and stick with Biggers who Megatron smoked last year and who Brandon Marshall smoked last Saturday.

    I don’t get it.

    Damn good thing Talib isnt suspended. That decision by Goodell may have just saved the season.

  22. Eric Says:

    Considering we are 29.2 million under the cap, we could afford some duct tape at least!

    We had a lot of duct tape on that Super Bowl Championship team (by Joe’s definition).

    It didn’t cause me to dislike it, i wanted a whole lotta more!

    Keep it up Glazers. You aint gonna sell out for another entire season with this attitude.

  23. MikeBucFan Says:

    It is a good thing Talib wasn’t suspended, because Joe and all the radio folks would be eating dirt for saying we didn’t need a corner in free agency. You overrate Biggers and Myron Lewis so much that it makes me sick. We didn’t need Asomugha, he didn’t fit the system and he is just not worth the kind of money he got. But instead of signing a solid corner for a price we could easily afford that would give us legitimate depth, we picked up Ashton Youboty, who we went ahead and cut today. I just don’t understand it.

  24. MikeBucFan Says:

    This fanbase is so incredibly split. Half will believe Raheem and Dom if they tell them the sky is green and the Bills are winning the Super Bowl this year. The other half are skeptical about every little thing the Bucs do. A preseason loss? We’re going 0-16. Gerald Mccoy doesn’t rip a QB’s head off and get fined 20,000 dollars? He’s a bust. Josh Freeman isn’t sharp in the preseason? Last year was entirely a mirage and this guy really sucks. It’s disgusting. Maybe I only notice it because I’m taped in with this fan base, and it really happens in every other fan base. Who knows. But this one is borderline ridiculous with the different things I read online/hear at teh stadium.
    There’s a different excuse for why the fans don’t show up EVERY day. Today on Kings radio show they were actually proposing that the Bucs don’t have enough good white players and that’s why people won’t buy tickets. YES that was a real conversation. People don’t wanna spend money to go to a football game, it’s just the way it is. We’re not the Packers or Steelers or Eagles. We’re the Bucs.
    Oh, and to finish off my some what random rant, Thomas and Eric, you two are some of the most ignorant football fans I’ve ever encountered. You fit into the 2nd group of fans that only show your face to spew negative garbage that isn’t even on base.

  25. Joe Says:

    MikeBucFan:

    It is a good thing Talib wasn’t suspended, because Joe and all the radio folks would be eating dirt for saying we didn’t need a corner in free agency. You overrate Biggers and Myron Lewis so much that it makes me sick.

    All Joe knows is the Bucs were 4-1 without Talib and that one loss the NFL admitted the officials robbed the Bucs of a win.

    Also, one of those wins was against Drew Brees on his home turn.

    Does that sound like a team that is in a need-a-cornerback-or-bust pinch?

  26. Jimmy Says:

    Thomas:

    Notice that for the third year in a row, USF has had a drop in season ticket sales, yet prices are dirt cheap and USF is expected by a number of experts to win the Big East conference this season?

    But I’m sure you will agree this is somehow the handiwork of the Glazers and that gotdamned soccer team, right?

  27. MikeBucFan Says:

    Those games were played against Jake Delhome, Charlie Whithurst and Donovan Mcnabb, so that “oh we were 4-1 without him” argument is crap. Yeah, we won one legit game without him against the Saints, but one could make the case that the Saints game wasn’t what it seemed. If our pass defense struggled against the 3 bums I listed then the Bucs would be awful.
    The fact of the matter is that we don’t play those soft passing games this year. We start off against three super star receivers. We also play Rodgers, Schaub, Romo and Cutler. We need pass defense against the teams we play this year, and a strong performance against Jake, Whithurst and Mcnabb isn’t going to convince me that we’re good without Talib. Weak argument.

  28. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Joe: The 5 quarterbacks that the bucs d backs faced without Talib:

    Delhomme(benched- out of the league)
    McNabb/Grossman (won due to a botched extra point)
    Drew Stanton (loss to a 3rd String qb) – Megatron abused Biggers
    Charlie whitehurst (backup beaten out by Tavaris Jackson)(Bucs losing when Hasselback went down)
    Brees/Chase Daniel (Saints had already clinched playoffs, and said to media goal was to not get injured after it was obvious, early on, that they couldn’t improve their seeding, Saints actually could have tied the game in the 4th after Blount’s fumble in Tampa territory but Payton elected to leave Daniel in the game to protect Brees bc the game was meaningless)

    To say that list of qb’s doesnt matter is to say that the Colts are the same
    team with Curtis Painter instead of Payton. The most substantially benefitted position by backup qb’s is corner.

    If anyone believes that 10-6 last year was legit, and the Glazers are being truthful by saying we will add free agents when the team is ready to contend like before – should be pissed. The Glazers must not think much of that 10-6, and, of course, I and many others don’t either after closely examining those wins and who was quarterbacking those teams.

    Of the bucs 10 wins: Only 2 of those quarterbacks will be quarterbacking those teams in 2011. Only Two, Chew on that – that means the other 7 teams (yes 7 bc they beat the Panthers twice with Moore and Clausen now replaced by Newton) – viewed the qb who played vs the bucs as not starter material. That must be a league record. Only Bradford and Brees (who was pulled in the third of that win and beat the bucs in Tampa when he played the entire game), are starters.

    You sheep wonder why the points allowed stats improved even though it was obvious to anyone with a brain how terrible the defense was. They played 80% of their schedule against Curtis Painter like replacements for teams that did not have their best qb options.

    I believe that this team had a chance to become a legit playoff team by spending money on talent in the draft and Everywhere else, the fans will return when the Glazers do not, and hire a real head coach – you know, one who knows the rules.

  29. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    when the Glazers do that (spend on making the roster as talented as possible not as talented as possible through the draft and rookie free agents only) . . .

    Sorry typo above last para.

  30. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Jimmy,

    I did notice that but they are only 1,000 tickets down from last year with 2 weeks to go for season ticket sales (they are on sale through 9/10). They have already sold 20,700 and their all-time high is just over 27,000.

    The bucs had a waiting list in 2008(or so they said), now they have an estimated 35,000 season ticket holders and dwindling. If this trend continues, USF will have more season ticket holders than the bucs by 2013.

    If the bucs want to reverse that trend, they should figure out how they can get USF to hire Raheem Morris as head coach. The only downside there, we want have someone to throw the challenge flag for automatic booth reviewed plays. Irreplaceable. Lol

  31. MikeBucFan Says:

    Thomas, you really need to quit with the mindless Raheem bashing. It’s pathetic, and you basically make people role their eyes at you, and if you happen to make a good point, it won’t be taken serious. You’re basically a running joke on this website.

  32. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    “I am proud of the fans for staying home.”

    ————-

    That says it all about Thomas right there.

  33. Erc Says:

    Hey wait a minute, i am the running joke on this website!

    BTW the Super Bowl team?

    QB duct tape
    RB duct tape
    wr’s duct tape (one of whom the glazers gave up two number ones)

    key members of oline and dline – duct tape.

    I guess we won the duct tape bowl!

    Sorry Glazer boys, BS just aint gonna fly no matter how many times you sling it.

  34. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Believe it or not Eric, there are different ways to build a championship level team. I know that concept maybe too difficult for you to wrap your brain around, but trust me on that one.

    Yes, there is no doubt we needed free agency to win a Super Bowl. However, those were because we needed help at those positions (WR, DE, RB, etc.). Now we have already drafted successful players at most positions (I think the only exception is possible LB, but we’ll have to wait and see), so there are no gaping holes on our team, just youth. That youth is gaining valuable experience and maturing at an unbelievable rate. You can downplay 10-6 all you want, but considering our youth and inexperience, it was amazing. Not good enough, but a great building block. Why you and your brother from another mother refuse to acknowledge that is beyond me. But go ahead and be a negative little b!tch, because I’m sure the people around you really love your personality. Most people are drawn to people who see the glass half empty.

  35. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Well MikeBucFan the 1 better than good point is:

    10 wins, 2 returning quarterbacks: of those 2, one was a rookie and the other,Brees, was replaced due to indifference with the game in the balance. Of course Brees blew them out earlier in Tampa in the game that mattered.

    Conclusion: the bucs did not beat 1 non-rookie qb last year that played the entire game and was retained by the team to start for 2011. Not one.

    As for my argument re the soft 2010 record and inflated defensive stats: The prosecution rests.

    Hawaiian: I expect you to disagree with everything, arguably, critical of the Glazers. If fans think that the Glazers are not prioritizing winning, I commend fans for objecting. Are you being paid to regurgitate Glazer slogans? I.e. “costly free agents bad, mandatory draft picks and cheap undrafted rookies good” “money will never be a factor until we are forced to spend some” “payroll high bad, payroll low good” “cheap inexperienced coach good, expensive super bowl champion coaches bad.”

    Why is it that consistently since 2003 that the more expensive option is always bad in their judgment? Yes, the new CBA forces them to spend, and now, bc there is a present league-wide cap that calls for penalties per team if in excess of 90% of the league-wide cap is not paid to players.

    To not sign or trade for a few necessary free agents to solidify this team makes ZERO competitive sense. It only makes financial sense. That it what these owners (not Malcolm) are about. I know the lengths that these guys will go to influence what information gets out to the public. They are very controlling on how positive buccaneer broadcasters must be with analysis and questioning.

  36. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Thomas,

    I would love for you to pull up one of my quotes that said any of those things. Go ahead, I will wait. Look back as far as you want. Putting words in my mouth is a weak argument, yet the one you continue to do. Funny how that works, don’t you think? Yet when I quote you directly (showing an amazing flip-flop from one preseason game to another), you refuse to answer. Are you being paid to be an idiot? I am all for drafting well, yes. If that makes me a sheep, then I’m guilty as charged. Would I complain if we brought in Nnamdi? Absolutely not, I would probably be the first to go out and buy his jersey. However, what we have been doing has been working, and unless we regress, it’s stupid to stop what is working. Even you, in your sick, twisted way, wouldn’t really want us to blow this whole thing up. If you do, W-O-W!

    And I just looked it up and was verified this fact, every Super Bowl winning coach at one point in their coaching career did not have a win in a Super Bowl. You can check that stat if you want, but it’s true.

    We can argue all we want, but the truth will come out soon enough. I am hoping I am right, not to prove you wrong, but because I love this team and I want them to be successful. You, on the other hand, wants this team to fail. You know it, I know it, everyone on this board knows it. You would rather see Raheem fired than be wrong and have him be successful. I can’t imagine anyone having so much hatred for someone you don’t even know, especially when his job is one you know absolutely NOTHING about. Pathetic is truly the word that best describes you.

  37. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Last year isn’t proof of anything (see above). The only thing arguably “working” is Free, Williams, Blount, Olson (maybe a few others).

    Everyone wants this team to be successful, we are 3 years in and still are no better than 3rd best in this division. I don’t believe that retaining the players and changing the coach is “blowing the whole thing up.” if so, did Dungy blow up the Colts by stepping down. No, the star qb stayed and they remain very good.

    You made your first good point about the super bowl coaches. I have never argued that a super bowl is a prerequisite to coaching, but being a coordinator of something at the NFL level would have been helpful. How many super bowl winning coaches have never been NFL coordinators? I can’t think of any.

    Admit it. You all cringed when he threw that challenge flag and was penalized. That is something only an amateur does.

    I have maintained. I don’t hate rah the man, he seems like a nice energetic guy. I will never believe that he is the best person available to coach and manage this team. I honestly believe that he is clueless except for D Back technique.

    I know that the MAIN reason hat he was given this job bc he tookmit VERY cheap so the Glazers could get out from the Gruden contract.

  38. Tampa--->Baaaaaaayyyy Says:

    Why do people keep thinking that we have drafted well?

    All 4 d-lineman haven’t proven anything yet. In fact, Frank Okam and Michael Bennet look better than the high draft picks.

    Stop saying the Bucs are drafting well.

  39. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Funny, last year we had the same schedule as the rest of the NFC South. Do their seasons not count either?

    We are 3 years in, correct. However, genius, we have only played 2 seasons, so you are intentionally being misleading (as always). So you want to fire the coach after a 10-6 season, because YOU think he doesn’t know what he is doing? So you are now more qualified than everyone else, and we should fire the man after coming in second in coach of the year? You don’t think we would be the laughing stock of the league if we did that? What coach would want to come in with that lack of job security? You really should attempt to think before you post, it would greatly help.

    It was a mistake he threw the flag, in that it resulted in a penalty. However, he was trying to stop the extra point from being kicked (as it almost was) and they weren’t challenging it upstairs (as they are supposed to). It worked, because the play was challenged. They kicked it out of the stadium, so it ultimately didn’t matter. Nobody really gives a damn except for you.

    So you will never believe he is the man for the job? Nice to know you have an open mind. Again, I guess you have so much knowledge, and everyone else is the ignorant ones. Okay buddy, whatever.

    You don’t KNOW s(p)it about why he was given the job. You got no sources, no inside information, no nothing! To say you “know” something you don’t is a lie, and the main reason why nobody takes anything you say seriously. Just because you “heard it from someone” (just like you “saw” Raheem with his pants down low at the mall) doesn’t mean s(p)it, and you know it. Give it up.

    And once again, address your flip-flop on the preseason. I know you won’t, because you know you were caught. I’d be willing to bet you won’t respond anymore on this post.

  40. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Tampa Bay,

    Josh Freeman, Mike Williams, Cody Grimm, Rejus Benn, just to name a few. Find me 4 equal (or even close) players Gruden drafted.

    Another piece of information just broke, players don’t usually become All-Pros in two years. Shocking I know, but true.

  41. Tampa--->Baaaaaaayyyy Says:

    Drafts don’t get graded as good until after year 3… Shocking I know.

  42. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    So why even bring it up numb nuts?

  43. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    And by the way Thomas (I know you won’t respond, but I know you are reading this), off hand I know John Madden was never a coordinator in the NFL. He was a pretty good coach.

  44. Tampa--->Baaaaaaayyyy Says:

    You said

    “Now we have already drafted successful players at most positions”

    Can’t call them successful dumb ass… Unless you are trying to force a self-fulfilling prophecy.

    You said that players aren’t all pro after two years.

    No kidding numb nuts.

    So stop calling the drafts successful.

    Benn, still injured.
    Williams see mike Clayton.
    McCoy, ended season injured
    Price, still injured may never play
    Bowers, bad knee
    Miller, injured
    Kyle Moore, terrible
    Freeman, can’t find his mojo in the preseason… 3rd year slump?

  45. Tampa--->Baaaaaaayyyy Says:

    Clayborn, has a bad right arm.

  46. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I think Thomas has a new brother!

    “Why do people keep thinking that we have drafted well?”

    Because all signs point to it. All of those players I mentioned have had very good seasons. Wanna argue that? So because of Clayton, you argue against Mike Will? That’s a persuasive argument! With logic like that, no wonder you never think you are wrong. Benn is not still injured, he played Saturday. Maybe if you pulled your head out of your arse, you would have known that. Joe has posted update after update about him. Same goes for Price, Bowers, and McCoy. Every football players has injuries. You are right, Freeman sucks because he’s had a bad preseason. You are definitely smarter than the rest of us. And Clayborn has had that same “bad right arm” since birth. I guess you didn’t watch the game, but just check the stats. He was causing pressure all game. Even John Lynch said he played well. But then again, I’m sure he knows nothing compared to you. We did have 5 sacks in the game, FYI.

  47. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Only someone incapable of comprehending or ignoring the clear difference and context would call those comments flip flopping.
    Haley did not dress most key players and took it very easy with others bc of injury concers due to no offseason and limited camp. That made the game more meaningless than usual.
    Rah plays his key players and exposes them to injury. He tries to win those games, so much so that he excuses the assbea-ting by saying “we didnt plan.”
    If rah chose not to play free, williams, blount,
    penn, dj, grimm etc against the pats and would have told others to prioritize not getting hurt,
    the value of the contests would have been
    identical.
    The differences are as obvious as the arousal you get from a Joel glazer press conference.

  48. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Thomas, you have no clue what you are talking about. First of all, Raheem rested a bunch of starters for the first 2 games: Benn, Price, GMC (game 1), Talib (has said he could easily play), Winslow, etc., so don’t make like we got our starting 22. Fact is, right or wrong, we didn’t gameplan against NE. Only an idiot would dispute a fact that EVERYONE else already knows. But in your true idiotic ways, you refuse to acknowledge it.

    And you never tell a player to prioritize not getting hurt! Are you serious?! That is a stupid comment, one that could only be stated by a complete arse hole like yourself.

    I said it from the very beginning, the games are meaningless. I said it after the KC game, the NE game, and after the Miami game. I don’t care if we win by 40 or lose by 40. I don’t care who gameplans and who doesn’t, or who plays their starters or who doesn’t. It is a fact that there is little to no correlation between preseason success and regular season success. You just love any and every opportunity to blast the Bucs, and it gets really old. If you hate the team this much, go away. Nothing is going to change. Raheem is not getting fired, the Glazers aren’t selling, and GMC is not getting cut. Get over it! Move on with your life.

 
 

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