Road Rash Can’t Slow Down Stylez

August 16th, 2009

Maybe road rash can be a good thing?

Stylez G. White had one helluva quarter for the Bucs. If Saturday’s preseason game at Tennessee is a harbinger of the future, White will be styling.

Check out these numbers: White had three tackles, a sack, a quarterback hit, a passed batted down and an interception.

Not too shabby. Especially from a guy who was little bit behind the eight ball learning Jim Bates’ new schemes.

White missed some OTAs due to a motorcycle mishap. A case of road rash. It could have been worse.

So when his teammates logged springtime practices learning Bates and his techniques, White was on the sideline.

No one would have guessed tonight, as White played like a Hall of Famer.

“I’m just working hard in preseason trying to get better,” White said. “It’s getting better.”

White tried to downplay his dominant game.

“This is our first preseason game. I guess gradewise, it means something,” White said. “They keep score so I guess it means something.”

White said he and his defensive teammates are nowhere near where they want to be.

“We’re trying to get to the point where we are playing without thinking,” White said. “Do I think we can get better? We’ve got Gaines [Adams] and Jimmy Wilkerson, heck yeah!”

One Response to “Road Rash Can’t Slow Down Stylez”

  1. Mr. Lucky Says:

    Gaines Who????? He [Adams] actually played last night?

    If it were up to me White moved but up the depth chart and Gaines moved down to #2.