Dashon Goldson Embracing Challenge

October 31st, 2013
Hard-hitting Dashon Goldson is looking forward to visiting Seattle's chamber of horrors, a site he is very familiar with.

Hard-hitting Dashon Goldson is looking forward to visiting Seattle’s chamber of horrors, a site he is very familiar with.

Seattle’s chamber of horrors may just be the worst place for visiting teams. Hopped up on massive amounts of caffeine and, well, other tailgating products, Seahawks fans are raucous, rabid, nuts, loud.

Bucs safety Dashon Goldson played at the chamber of horrors (tip o’ the cap to eye-RAH! Kaufman for coining that phrase) many times in his years with the 49ers. He’s used to it. So, as Goldson stated yesterday with the Bucs’ pen and mic club, bring it on.

It isn’t just the famed Seattle 12th man the Bucs are facing. The Seahawks are arguably the best team in the NFC. And the winless Bucs are, naturally, major underdogs. Goldson embraces the challenge.

“That’s always the beauty,” Goldson said. “When people don’t give you hope and pick you to lose and you go out there and surprise everybody, there’s no better feeling. It’s up to the guys in this locker room to get that done.”

Now Joe cannot sit here and predict a win. Joe isn’t the type to hit the bottle this early in the morning, after all. Stranger things have happened though. Joe isn’t sure there was one Bucs fan in 2009, who predicted Josh Freeman would make his first start and beat the playoff-bound Packers.

That was a true shocker. Joe isn’t sure this year’s Bucs have that in them.

2 Responses to “Dashon Goldson Embracing Challenge”

  1. MadMax Says:

    Correction at the end Joe “have that in him” I think you meant “have that in them”.

    And I work 3rd shift sometimes, so “its 5 ‘O Clock somewhere”

    But still, we win this one!!!

  2. Bobby Says:

    Any given Sunday….all we have to do is play solid for the entire game and we can win.

 
 

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