December 6th, 2009

It’s not often that one can glean biting analyis from a URL address. But Tom Balog, Bucs beat writer for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, is setting new trends.

In a hard-hitting, postgame piece today about Jeremy Trueblood’s history of costly penalties, including a personal foul that hurt the Bucs in their 16-6 loss to Carolina, Balog — or an editor at the Herald-Tribune — let readers know what he really thinks of Trueblood.

You’ll have to look closely at the URL link below.


So there you have it, Trueblood is the Bucs official “team dunderhead,” per the Herald Tribune

Joe’s dictionary defines dunderhead as “dunce” or “blockhead.”

And all this time Joe thought Jim Bates Greg Olson was the team dunderhead for repeatedly throwing on first down while Josh Freeman struggled.

5 Responses to ““Jeremy-Trueblood-Team-Dunderhead””


    We picked Jeremy Trueblood and passed on Marcus McNeill in the second round that year. Trueblood is average at best and McNeill………… ALL PRO

  2. Jorge Says:

    I’m over this dude, he better watch himself…I don’t see why they put up with his sh!t…

  3. Marlow Says:

    2 huge personal fouls near or in red zone, 2 weeks in a row. Not to mention he never knows the snap count.

  4. BigMacAttack Says:

    oldschool, not exactly correct there. Davin was the number one pic. Mcneil went before our second and Truebonehead was a third round pick well after big Marcus.

  5. RastaMon Says:

    I’ll take him on my team any day !