“I Don’t Know What People Want From Josh Freeman”September 10th, 2013
Daggers are flying at offensive line coach Bob Bostad and his line in the WDAE-AM 620 interview below with former Bucs tight end Anthony Becht, now part of the Buccaneers Radio Network.
“They all played bad across the board,” Becht said of the Bucs’ O-line.
Becht went on to say Gabe Carimi is a “liability in the pass protection” but the entire line was suspect, and Becht expects them to be royally chewed out this week.
One guy Becht won’t wag a finger at is Josh Freeman. Becht pointed out that Freeman opened the game sharp at 6-for-8 for 65 yards. Becht liked throws Freeman made, especially on 3rd-and-long early in the second half.
“I don’t know what people want from Josh Freeeman,” Becht said in frustration. “When you got pressures and protection errors up front and you can’t run the ball, there’s going to be an issue.” (You can hear Becht’s complete and passionate defense of Freeman below.)