Raheem The Dream Not Quite Safe

December 14th, 2009
"Does this friggin' guy Olson have a clue what a first down is?"

"Does this friggin' guy Greg Olson have any clue on how to covert a third down?"

It’s getting harder and harder to defend Raheem the Dream for Joe, who really likes the Bucs first-year coach.

A lot of the problems are totally his doing. At least he was wise enough to take care of some matters, such as defrocking defensive coordinator Jim Bates.

But with each bumbling loss Joe winces more. NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks seems to agree with Joe. Brooks believes Raheem the Dream may be back next year but the next three weeks Brooks believes the Bucs have to start making major strides for Raheem the Dream to survive.

Cody Seltrecht, Wisconsin
Hi, I am very upset with the buccs team,coach,owner,and everything. What is with Tampa? Is Freeman Really our franchise QB? How bout are coach? You can just sum it up for me please. Thank you!

Bucky Brooks, NFL.com
Cody, The Bucs are a team in transition. Therefore, I wouldn’t scrutinize their record this year, and focus primarily on the progress of their young players. If they can make strides with their youngsters this year, they can orchestrate a big turnaround in 2010. I would expect the ownership to have patience with Morris, but he needs to get his team to play hard down the stretch to ensure his return.

Joe was willing to give Raheem the Dream a major mulligan. But learning that the Bucs half-assed it in practice last Friday, well, well that falls directly on the feet of the head coach.

4 Responses to “Raheem The Dream Not Quite Safe”

  1. TpaBayFlyFisher Says:

    Proof that Rha will be a Hall of Fame head coach:


  2. Jeff Says:

    I’m convinced that the Owners, GM and Coach are scheming behind closed doors to lose and get the 1st pick. It’s amazing how some of these players had ‘injuries’ that kept them out of the game. Start McCoy? Are you kidding me? Figurs instead of Stroughter? Please. They want to lose, hoping for one Rams win, to nab that #1 pick.
    Additionally, it was the 1st time all year the Bucs players packed it in (offense specifically.)

  3. bucsfanlostiniowa Says:

    Fu*k it may as well keep Raheem and go 0-16 next year and get the top pick again. Hell just keep on losing and stack the team with the best talent for the next 3 or 4 years, Sounds like a good plan to me. Stay the course keep on losing it’s what you do best.

  4. bucsfanlostiniowa Says:

    The Glazers are on to something here, they are hoping the league starts rookie salary minimums then they can pick up the best players on the cheap by having one losing season after another.