“Atrocious”September 10th, 2013
A thing Joe loved about the New Schiano Order that was instilled when Bucs commander Greg Schiano was hired by Team Glazer was a sense or order and discipline was restored; players were held accountable for their actions.
That’s why the terribly undisciplined play of the Bucs Sunday in the ghastly loss to the Jets was so jarring, and apparently jarring for Olive oil-lapping, popcorn-munching, coffee-slurping, fried-chicken-eating, oatmeal-loving, circle-jerking, beer-chugging, cricket-watching, scone-loathing, college football-naïve, baseball box score-reading Peter King of theMMQB.com and SI.com, who called out the Bucs for their terribly sloppy play in succinct, yet stinging terms.
The Bucs’ composure—13 penalties, 102 yards. Atrocious.
Yes it was atrocious. Joe still can’t believe a Schiano-led team would play like a bunch of kids in a backyard. Just what in the world were the Bucs practicing since July?
The game against the Saints will be telling. Can the Bucs suddenly regain their composure in a handful of days to do battle Drew Brees successfully?
If the Bucs are as undisciplined this Sunday, it’s going to be a long, long afternoon.