Booger McFarland On Darrelle Revis

April 25th, 2013

Former Bucs defensive tackle Booger McFarland dropped in on “The Tim Brando Show” this week to talk to host Tim Brando about how much Darrelle Revis helps the Bucs’ secondary in this CBS Sports Network video. The Revis talk begins at the 2:54 mark.

12 Responses to “Booger McFarland On Darrelle Revis”

  1. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    IMHO, Booger McFarland will have a long career as a sports personality.
    I don’t think Tampa will be able to keep him here, once the national sports media discovers him.

  2. Vic66 Says:

    Booger is articulate, knowledgeable and believes what he says. I agree whole heartedly with him that this seasion is all about #5. Dominik has done and will do with the draft, all he can do. Now it’s time for no excuses, no blaming on coaches, age,coordinators or other players. Time to **!t or get off the pot. Go Bucs! Draft Well!

  3. Architek Says:

    Takeaway –

    Josh Free-man is the only piece holding this team back. If he fails, he will take Dominik with him.

    I hope Coach Schiano isn’t attached to this QB.

  4. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    Can anyone tell me if the Buccaneers War Room is one of the 15 the NFL Network will be inside during the draft?

  5. Youpeoplearesodumb Says:

    Isn’t it odd that we have back to back stories about local radio personalities but only one story is allowing comments. Wonder why that is?

  6. Dreambig Says:

    Freeman threw for over 4000 yards last year and played plenty well enough to get this team to the playoffs. Was he perfect? Nope! And he wasn’t good enough to overcome the 2nd worst secondary of all times. Hopefully now he wont have to be. As Davin Joesph said, it’s all about the team! Time for some of you guys to stop whining and jump on board! Go Bucs!

  7. stevek Says:

    Dreambig,

    The country club life is over. Win or be replaced, it is that simple.

    Freeman had some great games, but he also looked worse than any of the first 5 rookie QBs drafted last year for a three game stretch.

    QB is the implementor of the offense, and the lifeblood of the team. If Freeman can’t consistently deliver production, wins, and stats, then he is gone.

    Simply put, Freeman better fall in love with football in 2013, if not he is a back up.

  8. Joe Says:

    once the national sports media discovers him.

    You are about two months too late.

  9. BucsFanForever Says:

    Not only are the Bucs adding 4 probowlers, 3 of them are the best players at their position in the league.

  10. Joe Says:

    Isn’t it odd that we have back to back stories about local radio personalities but only one story is allowing comments. Wonder why that is?

    Because Joe can’t trust people/people won’t behave and one post is simply a promotional announcement.

  11. Joe Says:

    BuccaneerBonzai:

    Since the Bucs do not have a first round pick and given Schiano’s craving for secrecy, highly doubt it.

  12. Dreambig Says:

    @stevek

    “Simply put, Freeman better fall in love with football in 2013, if not he is a back up.”

    That is such an unfair comment to Freeman. I agree he is inconsistent and that needs to change but you can’t question this kids heart. If anything he puts too much pressure on himself, gets too deep in his own head instead of relaxing and letting the plays come to him. Freeman didn’t set up that training session during the lockout because he didn’t love football. If I remember it right he even paid for some team members tickets to get back here. Just like you needed patience for Dom, you should settle down and have some patience for Freeman.

 
 

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