“Block Of Wood” Jeremy Trueblood

December 7th, 2009

It’s pretty obvious who the goat will be this week for the Bucs, aside from the brilliant play-calling of offensive (keyword there) coordinator Greg Olson.

Joe already brought you the story of Jeremy “Dunderhead” Trueblood.

Now prepare for “Block of Wood” Trueblood.

That’s the moniker Tampa Tribune columnist Martin Fennelly planted on Trueblood for pretty much the same reason Raheem the Dream briefly benched him: For moronic plays.

That’s why Trueblood should drive people crazy.

It’s not as if he’s a rookie, not anymore.

He has yet to put away childish things.

He always seems to be in the middle of something, though he did try to break up a fight at one point after teammate and Bucs tight end Jerramy Stevens got into it with the Panthers. Next stop for Trueblood: Camp David, to find a true, lasting Mideast peace.

Joe will repeat what he wrote yesterday: For a guy who graduated from Boston College, Trueblood sure pulls some stupid stunts.

One Response to ““Block Of Wood” Jeremy Trueblood”

  1. k_bassuka Says:

    k_bassuka think this guy is garbage and shouldn’t be starting for this team or any team, if k_bassuka was the HC he would sit Trueblood for the rest of the season and try out the other T on this team, maybe we find Penn v2.

    k_bassuka didn’t watch the game but he was listening to it on the radio and is bad that on the first false start before the announcer said it he knew it was him.