“A Little More Intense” At One Buc Palace

September 4th, 2013

Bucs cornerback Michael Adams played in a Super Bowl with Arizona and won a couple of division titles there.  A seven-year veteran, Adams has been through his share of training camps and preseasons, and he can had no problem today telling Joe how life is different under the New Schiano Order.

“A little more intense,” Adams said of the Bucs versus his Cardinals teams. “We’ve got young guys with a fire just ready to get after it, a physical team, a team that’s actually taken on the mindset of its head coach.”

Joe’s asked other new Buccaneers about the mindset of the pre-opening-day Bucs versus other teams’. Joe got lots of bland answers, though Peyton Hillis, a former member of the Chiefs, Broncos and Browns, says the Bucs stand out for their work ethic.

Hillis, though, was quick to point out that many NFL teams are as driven and all that really matters is performance on Sundays. Joe can’t argue with Hillis. Country club atmosphere or not, Joe was all in favor of the yungry Bucs going 10-6 under Raheem Morris.

3 Responses to ““A Little More Intense” At One Buc Palace”

  1. ShutTheBucUp Says:

    “Country club atmosphere or not, Joe was all in favor of the yungry Bucs going 10-6 under Raheem Morris.”

    Yeah my only problem was the whole 4-12 sh!tshow that followed where guys didn’t even bother to tackle after mid-season

  2. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Does anybody out there want to go back to Raheem?

    Talib, Wright, Winslow, Briscoe, Marvin?

    We’ve moved on…and that’s a good thing!!!

  3. RBellBuc Says:

    Looks like he’s doing a Tony Soprano on somebody.

    “We’re soldiers. Soldiers don’t go to hell. It’s war. Soldiers kill other soldiers. We’re in a situation where everyone involved knows the stakes and if you are going to accept those stakes, you’ve got to do certain things. It’s business.”

 
 

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