Bucs Had Their “Will” Broken

December 14th, 2009

Joe Henderson of the Tampa Tribune all but accused Raheem the Dream of quitting on his team towards the end of the first half.

The Bucs quit in the second half, so claim the Jets, because their will was broken. That is what Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post learned from Jets defensive end Marques Douglas.

“I thought their will got broken,” defensive end Marques Douglas said. “After a while it was like they were totally not into it. This was fun. This was a rare game. You don’t have too many occasions like this where you dominate in every phase of the game.”

Joe can understand. The Bucs defense played their hearts out and kept the game close. But after getting your brains beat in time after time after time and seeing the Bucs offense drop a steaming pile of dung on the field of the CITS virtually each and every series, no wonder the Bucs defense just got fed up.

Joe was fed up just watching from his watering hole.

4 Responses to “Bucs Had Their “Will” Broken”

  1. Snook Says:

    Marques Douglas? The guy who was cut by the Bucs before the 2008 season? The guy who’s been on 6 teams since 2000?


  2. big nick Says:


  3. Louie Says:

    Whether its true or not, we’re going to hear this kind of stuff until the Bucs do something to stop it — like WINNING.

  4. the_buc_realist Says:

    Either way its bad. If they broke our will, means we quit. On the other hand if they did not break our will, means we got manhandled.