Stovall Has Earned More Time

November 16th, 2009

Last week, Joe made the case for Maurice Stovall to replace Michael Clayton in the starting lineup.

That wasn’t an issue Sunday, with Stovall starting in place of Antonio Bryant. But regardless, with his play against Miami, Stovall must knock Clayton from the lineup when Bryant returns.

Stovall caught a touchdown bomb from Josh Freeman, caught four of five balls thrown his way, and further illustrated why he’s a more dangerous player than Clayton. His apparent chemistry with Freeman shouldn’t be discounted.

Last Joe checked, Stovall also is a heck of a blocker. Again, the Bucs already know what they have in Clayton, and it’s not pretty when you look at the price tag.

4 Responses to “Stovall Has Earned More Time”

  1. adam from ny Says:

    agreed joe……moe sto….less clayplay………another 25 mill down the drain…..clay clay stiinks like raw sewage but the the mo mo is in the bank bank….clay is a shmoe…….so give me mo-sto

    mo-sto is his new name joe………..dont be a sho joe……..refer to 85 as mo-sto

  2. Petethehat Says:

    And what about the potential winning touchdown (or at least next series) he dropped(at the 2 yard line)? Tough catch maybe but I betchya he thinks he should have caught it too.

  3. Jackson Says:

    He dropped a sure TD. Stoval is no more the answer than Clayton is. The Bucs need 3 NEW recievers, and get rid of Bryant for a draft pick if possible.

  4. Joe Says:


    The ship has left the port on trading Antonio Bryant. Trade deadline has passed and he’s a free agent after this season.