Bucs Have Two Weeks To Save Raheem

December 16th, 2009
Have the Bucs decided to dog it?

Have the Bucs decided to dog it?

Earlier this morning, Joe brought you the first MSMer, Mike Florio, the creator, curator and overall guru of ProFootballTalk.com, to call for Raheem the Dream’s job as the Bucs head coach.

Tom Balog of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune came “this close” to duplicating Florio, thus becoming the first local MSMer to call for Raheem the Dream to be removed.

Balog writes that his eyes tell him the Bucs have quit on Raheem the Dream. And if the Bucs get lit up by Seattle and New Orleans in their next two games, Raheem the Dream will be toast.

That practice, where so many players evidently did not care how sharp they looked as a team, and the beating they took collectively on Sunday, can be interpreted as clearcut signs that a good number of Buccaneers players have given up on the season.

 Despite all the lip service from the locker room to the contrary, I would look for more of the same this Sunday, for the Buccaneers to take another beatdown in Seattle against the Seahawks, and surely the following week against the Saints in New Orleans.

And if that’s the case, and the Buccaneer just go through the motions in these last three games, then Morris can be sure he will be held accountable in a very harsh way by the Glazers, not only for a 1-15 record, but how that ledger was completed.

In Joe’s eyes, the Bucs have two weeks to save Raheem the Dream’s job. A win over Atlanta may not be enough. The dye may already be cast by then.

If the Bucs drop a steaming load of dung in the next two weeks like the offense did Sunday, all bets are off for Raheem the Dream.

One Response to “Bucs Have Two Weeks To Save Raheem”

  1. RastaMon Says:

    the team and season ticket holder have already voted…..
    first with their seats
    second with their feet