Stylez White Dismisses Fourth Quarter Fatigue

October 18th, 2009

In the fourth quarter with the game on the line, Jim Bates’ defense made a statement: We’re jealous of Florida State hogging all the headlines.

The only thing Jim Bates’ defense needed to do was make a stop. One stop and the Bucs had a good chance of winning their first game.

But Jim Bates’ defense caved.

On the Buccaneers Radio Network, Dave Moore kept saying the defense was gassed. But as Raheem the Dream later said, that’s no excuse. Carolina was on the field. too.

Good guy Stylez White also dismissed the fatigue.

“Fatigue? It doesn’t matter,” White said on the Bucs radio network. “We all wanted to be on the field. We tried to stop them. It wasn’t good enough. It wasn’t enough to win.”

Don’t worry Stylez. It’s not your fault. You didn’t pick your defensive coordinator.

2 Responses to “Stylez White Dismisses Fourth Quarter Fatigue”

  1. Trox Says:

    I just don’t understand whatever happened to the occasional line stunt to disrupt runnning lanes. This two gap DT scheme just doesn’t work. Our middle linebacker is getting chewed up by the center.

  2. JK Says:

    You will find your answer here Trox. Joe knows everything. That’s why we are 0-6.