Freeman Struggles = Raheem Gone

December 15th, 2009
If Josh Freeman continues to struggle, he may be spinning a football for a new coach next season.

If Josh Freeman continues to struggle, he may be spinning a football for a new coach next season.

Vacation Man of has been one of the few who was pretty confident Raheem the Dream would stick around for another year.

However, Vacation Man is beginning to rethink his stance. Vacation Man, now noticing Bucs rookie quarterback Josh Freeman is regressing, now believes unless offensive coordinator Greg Olson is able to turn Freeman around in the next three games, Raheem the Dream is out the door.

Speaking of quarterbacks, I’m once again concerned about Raheem Morris’ future in Tampa Bay because Josh Freeman had another horrible day. A few weeks ago, I thought Morris would get a second year because Freeman was playing well and that offered some hope for the future. But Freeman struggled against the Jets after throwing five interceptions against the Panthers.

The central point of Morris’ rebuilding project isn’t looking so bright these days. And the Bucs haven’t shown much else that would lead a reasonable person to believe they’re close to turning the corner again.

With Freeman regressing, with the Bucs offense showing a gutless effort on Sunday against the Jets, with Raheem the Dream whining about how he is not enjoying his job, and with growing, mounting discontent amid ticket buyers, the tea leaves are starting to read that Raheem the Dream better get things in gear and quick, otherwise, he’ll be a one-and-done coach.

7 Responses to “Freeman Struggles = Raheem Gone”

  1. sgw94 Says:

    Whining? Really?

  2. D-Rome Says:

    If Raheem Morris is fired after this season, and deep down I really don’t believe he will, then I don’t think it will be because of Josh Freeman’s supposed “regression”. Heck, in my mind Raheem should be fired over the way he handled OTA’s, training camp, his coaching hires, and his coaching fires. Raheem wasted everyone’s time with that stupid Leftwich/McCown QB battle when it should have been Freeman getting the majority of the snaps. Quarterback “controversies” were not OK when Gruden was here and it sure isn’t OK with Raheem. While I think Freeman has accuracy issues I also think that because there is now film on Freeman that D-Coordinators are exposing his mistakes and tendencies. I think Freeman can be a good QB in the NFL but I hope no one thinks he’s the next Peyton Manning.

  3. thedeej3000 Says:

    Rawheem will be fired Good Lord willing and the creek don’t rise.

  4. Tye Says:

    I 2nd that thedeej3000, I 2nd that whole heartedly!!!

  5. Phil a '76 Buc Says:

    The entire coaching staff gets the axe (except Bicacchi) about 7 days prior to the Buc’s mailing out 2010 season ticket renewal packages. Follow the money folks!

  6. Paul Says:

    If anyone comes across an opening for a College/High School coach position, please immediately email it to Raheem Morris at One Bucs Place. Do this this for the sake of the fans.

  7. Wayne Says:

    Haven’t seen this kind of mess since the Evil Culverhouse. But at least Culverhouse did hire Professional Head Coaches instead of Amatuers.