Jamon Meredith Will Be Fifth Left Guard Of 2013

October 31st, 2013

Yesterday, “change” was the bad word of the day among Greg Schiano and Mike Sullivan when they talked about the woes of their offensive line. The lack of continuity is hurting big time, so says the New Schiano Order.

And the changes continue.

Speaking today at One Buc Palace, Schiano confirmed that Jamon Meredith has practiced well at left guard and should be the new starter there come Sunday in Seattle. Gabe Carimi, Carl Nicks, Ted Larsen and Jeremy Zuttah have all logged time at left guard through the first seven games. Meredith was the Bucs right guard last season when Davin Joseph was lost for the season.

Schiano said Meredith (6-5, 312) has the added size that should help.

Joe hopes so. Something has to help.

7 Responses to “Jamon Meredith Will Be Fifth Left Guard Of 2013”

  1. Andrew 1 Says:

    so Im assuming Zuttah moves back to center and Larsen moves back to the bench?

  2. BKNYfootballhead Says:

    Joe’s censorship is getting ridiculous.

  3. chickster Says:

    Every team has o line problems ts not an issue just more well you see what happen was we suck at coaching and the blame game is all they have left

  4. chickster Says:

    yea I wish my girlfriend would suck my —- like these guys suck at coaching

  5. SteveK Says:

    Our GM does not believe in drafting O-Lineman, rather overpaying them in Free Agency…

    Nicks was a great pick up, with unforunate circumstance.

    Davin has been hurt and fighting too, maybe just bad luck? But, didn’t Davin make us retain Trueblood along with him two years ago?

    Why don’t we draft O-Lineman?

    That philosophy is garbage. General rule of thumb, draft the linemen (O and D), pay the skill players in FA..

    Rock Star is at it again.

  6. ShutTheBucUp Says:

    Things are gonna get ugly in Seattle. Nirvana’s “Rape Me” comes to mind…

  7. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    Not so easy to blame this on Bostad, is it?

    Not enough quality depth from the Teflon Dom

 
 

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