Dave Moore Talks Freeman And Fumbled Snaps

November 9th, 2009

Former Bucs tight end and extremely tough critic Dave Moore said he was impressed by Josh Freeman’s “intangibles,” speaking after the game on the Buccaneers Radio Network.

Moore raved about how Freeman was “able to elude rushers and keep his eyes down the field.”

“He kept his eyes on that 2-point conversion on Michael Clayton when he easily could have pulled the ball down,” Moore said. 

Moore also said the Bucs’ two fumbled snaps were a result of an “exchange issue [from the] low stance of Jeff Faine’s squat” and Freeman’s tall stature. “That will come with comfort. It’s correctable,” Moore said. 

The exchange issue is the easiest thing for Freeman to correct. And, of course, critical to be rectified immediately.

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