BSPN Previews NFC South

July 25th, 2010

Six days from the start of Bucs training camp and Joe can almost smell the sweat. This week, Joe’s going to bring you quite a few previews, both team and position. In this BSPN video, Trey Wingo, Cris Carter and Eric Allen break down the NFC South.

Carter, in short, believes Raheem the Dream has to rely on his coaching roots for the Bucs to be successful.

11 Responses to “BSPN Previews NFC South”

  1. Mauha Deeb Says:

    He has to rely on his coaching roots…. What roots? He is still a seedling.

  2. Patrick Says:

    I agree. What coaching roots??? What qualifications and what resume?? He really hasn’t done anything noteworthy in his career.

  3. Brocktacular Says:

    True enough but give him a chance. This will be his first full season with, hopefully, all of His decisions in place. He may fall on his face like a lot of people think and hope that he does…. The again , he and the whole team may suprise us all. they havent taken the field for a practice snap let alone a REAL game.

  4. sensiblefan Says:

    Like it or not he’s part of the Gruden/Herm Edwards/Mike Tomlin/Rod Marinelli coaching tree. He’s learned under the best…so by implication those are the roots of which they speak.

    “I agree. What coaching roots??? What qualifications and what resume?? He really hasn’t done anything noteworthy in his career.”

    Look at John Harbaugh’s resume…at least Rah was a DC for one year! Harbaugh had been a position coach up until he was hired by the Ravens and he’s doing ok.

    My point: This is a player’s league first, a coach’s league 2nd. Give the Org some time to put the pieces around Rah and Freeman and we’ll have a more accurate reading on the future.

  5. Lakeland Bob Says:

    That was a pretty accurate assessment.I think it all starts with the defense.If we can slow down the run,we can be competetive.I know rookies take time to make an inpact,but I have a good feeling about this group.

  6. eric Says:

    Rah was not a DC for a year. Unless you count last year.

  7. sensiblefan Says:


    Yep. One year at K-State. (That’s how he knows Freeman bro!) Harbaugh has never been anything more than a position coach/ST coach throughout his college and the pro career.

  8. eric Says:

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhh I forgot about K-state. You are correct.

  9. Sly Says:

    Amazing how those guys (and all the other experts) spend so much time saying nothing (a.k.a. “who the hell knows what is going to happen”). It’s funny how most (if not all) the experts are wrong about what actually happens once the season gets going.

    However, fun to talk about & listen to.

  10. Hatey 80 Says:

    99% of all media pundits and sports gurus are wrong 99% of the time.

    Don’t believe anything except what you see on the field in September.

  11. Capt.Tim Says:

    Exactly! Besides, 53.7 % of all statics are made up! Read that at “hooters”, thought it was a classic! 🙂