Why Is Kevin Ogletree Employed?September 29th, 2013
This is beginning to grate on Joe and he cannot let it eat up his insides any longer.
This week, Bucs commander Greg Schiano claimed he benched franchise quarterback Josh Freeman for poor performance. Schiano said it was performance-based. Nothing else mattered, Schiano said. No outside influences. Just performance.
Freeman wasn’t performing, in his eyes, so he benched him.
OK, fine. That’s reasonable and Joe understands it.
If one is to take Schiano’s side and understand that if you don’t perform, you are gone (like Freeman), then just how the hell is Kevin Ogletree still collecting a paycheck from Team Glazer?
This guy Ogletree is beginning to make Michael Clayton look like Fred Biletnikoff. He couldn’t catch a cold, this guy, Ogletree. He dropped two more passes today. He drops virtually everything. He has a rough time in the bathroom because he is always dropping the toilet paper. Shower? Forget about it! The soap is always on the floor.
Don’t ever get near this guy Ogletree in a buffet line! Unless you want to wear your dinner.
If Schiano truly does base players’ employment on performance, then there is no logical reason for Ogletree to still be on this roster. None!
Yes, that means you will have to find someone on the street to take his place. There has to be some history teacher or bartender out there who can catch and be taught how to run decent routes.
If Freeman is a dead man walking with the Bucs, how is Ogletree not as well?
Or is there a double standard on the team?