O-Line Overmatched And Overrated

January 3rd, 2010

While watching the Bucs serve up a horrendous offensive performance to close the season against Altanta, Joe couldn’t stop thinking how the offensive line has been such a disappointment.

They had to have been beaten at the line of scrimmage on 75 percent of the snaps today.

Joe just can’t hang this on the O-line coach or the offensive coordinator shakeup.

Maybe this group just isn’t good enough.

Jeremy Trueblood? Joe’s just not seeing any reason not to go in another direction.

Joe’s going to raise a Caybrew in hopes of a new offensive line coach and a new right tackle for 2010.

6 Responses to “O-Line Overmatched And Overrated”

  1. RastaMon Says:

    Nope……it is a very good OL
    they are showing why they are universally considered the smartest football positional players

  2. Mr. Lucky Says:

    Joe I think that what we REALLY need is a new OL coach to get these guys back to the level they were at in 2008. The talent’s there but their motivation is what I question.

  3. JK Says:

    Oh yes Joe!! Let’s go in another direction. Just like the Glazerhouses did this past season. Although I don’t think we can go much further in that direction. What did we win 2 or 3 games? Is it more wins you want or just more players that you think we need? I’m very confused. You clamored for change last season and you got it. Now what? I personally would love to see new owners that want to win first, make money second. I for one will not buy the nfl ticket next season unless Morris goes. I’m not fooled for one second. He’s probably a very nice man but has no business being a nfl HEAD coach. I hope the Glazers season tickets hit the cellar then maybe I will see a change that needs to happen.

  4. Mr. Lucky Says:

    Joe – you BFF Donal Penn didn’t look like a team MVP today. too many times after the initial contact he stopped.

    Not having a contract extension will do that to a guy.

  5. RastaMon Says:

    Don Penn is toast……bum knee today

  6. Fredrick Says:

    That whole “best” thing was a hype job promulgated by the Buc’s P.R.

    I saw Davin Joseph getting pushed around all day today and pretty much all year. If he’s our best then…