Vacation Man Agrees With Raheem The Dream

October 13th, 2009

Just prior to the start of the season, Raheem the Dream boasted that Josh Johnson was a “career backup.”

Three weeks into the season, Raheem the Dream named Johnson the Bucs starting quarterback.

Vacation Man of has come to the conclusion that he agrees with Raheem the Dream. That Johnson is a career backup.

I’ve liked what I’ve seen out of Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Johnson in his first two NFL starts.

He’s shown a live arm, some running ability and some intangibles. He’s also shown signs of being a late-round draft pick who is still very early in his career development. In fact, I’ll go as far as to say the Bucs have found their backup quarterback of the future.

Yes, backup.

There have been no miracles since Johnson took over. The Bucs are still a bad team. They have no running game, receivers drop passes and the defense isn’t very good. Johnson’s been far from Tampa Bay’s biggest problem, but he’s not going to stay in the lineup much longer.

What, Vacation Man is expecting miracles from Josh Freeman? Based on what exactly?

It would help if Sean Mayhem could slow someone down. It would also help if Greg Olson had an idea how to adjust on the fly.

3 Responses to “Vacation Man Agrees With Raheem The Dream”

  1. mr. Lucky Says:

    What a minute. JJ showed lots of improvement from game 1 to game 2. He had good composure and poise in the pocket. Given that the middle of the line looked like a screen door on a submarine what do you expect?

    Like Josh Freeman would have done any better?

    Leftwich would be in the hospital by now

    Luke McCown would still be running down Dale Mabry after the Giants game!

  2. Joe Says:

    Why did Joe think that Mr. Lucky would be the first to comment on this post?

  3. Ron Nado Says:

    Mr. Lucky is right on! I think when you add in the fact how many times Philly blitzed this young kid I think he did great!