Lots Of Bodies At Wide Receiver

August 9th, 2010

JoeBucsFan.com photo by Kyra Hallett

Veteran scribes eye-RAH! Kaufman and Roy Cummings turn serious in this Bucs Beat Video Blog on TBO.com.

No, these two men are not debating the cup size of their favorite Bucs cheerleaders, they’re talking wide receiver depth charts.

Joe’s not going to spill the beans on the video, but both see the blocking icon as quite a longshot to make the roster.

And eye-RAH! seems a bit wowed by the sheer numbers of receivers on the Bucs right now.

Check it out.

13 Responses to “Lots Of Bodies At Wide Receiver”

  1. k_bassuka Says:

    Finally some great f*&king news Clayton on the outside looking in, the day he gets cut I’m going to throw a big ass party with fireworks and strippers.

  2. Blackmagic00 Says:

    Ouch! I feel bad for Clayton. Good guy, but WHAT THE HECK. Why does he suck in the regular season? I wonder if he could play in the secondary on defense? He’s big, he gets to the ball, touches the ball, he’s physical, and once in a while he catches the ball. If that does’nt sound like a corner then I don’t know what does.

  3. McBuc Says:

    @Blackmagic…Unfortunatly he will most likely go to another team and light it up. He may just need a change of cities.

  4. Gary Says:

    LOL K_Bassuka! I suspect many fans will be having similar parties.

    What I don’t get is the differing opinions on certain WRs coming from TBO, Old School, Joe, etc. Some say Clayton is the only one consistently tearing it up in TC, others say Parker sucks. Alot of conflicting reports.

    My say is that IF Clayton is looking strong, we should keep him. If he was starting last year and goes to being the last WR on the roster, thats a big improvement in our WR corp. I know he does this every year, but I say just ONE last chance for him to prove himself. Just one more, please Michael show us the past is forgotten and you will play again like a rookie!

  5. McBuc Says:

    Gary…you may be onto something. When he did well as a rookie he was not the number one guy. Last year only K-2 really did well in the passing game. Maybe with defenses having to cover a couple possible threats it will take some attention away from MC. In 2008 he had an ok year, because AB was getting the attention, but he still did not have a steller year. I guess we should give him the same “do not judge based on last year” that people keep throwing out there for other players, but the problem is he has fooled us so many times now.

  6. TrueBlue Says:

    I say keep Clayton if he continues to impress through pre-season. Put Preston Parker on the PS. Give Clayton 2 games to make an impact or drop a ball which ever comes first. If impact is first, give him a third game. Keep him on a short leash until he’s earned the right for a drop. He either makes a positive impact or cut him loose and bring up Parker. My stomach turns to even consider this, but it would make me nuts to see him go elsewhere and become a star.

  7. eric Says:

    The guy reminds me of that cartoon where the guy has the singing frog. Sings all the time till he opens the stage curtain and all he does is ribbit.

  8. Joe Says:

    Good to know eric is also a fan of Looney Tunes. LOL!

    The WB frog.

  9. TrueBlue Says:

    I feel like Lucy’s got the football and telling us Charlies to come and kick it.

  10. k_bassuka Says:

    This is a very young team and we all know that, this coaching staff needs to start showing these young guys that stuff like this is not going to be allowed here. Clayton’s problem is not getting open or being the #1 receiver is catching the ball.

    I wish we had the room to keep him, but when I think about it I prefer keeping Parker than trying to pass him through waivers, if he is an ok player someone will claim him.

    Teams didn’t want to give up a late round pick for a discounted Clayton for a reason, it’s time to move on. I don’t expect this team to contend for the SB anytime soon (hope they do) if Clayton goes somewhere else and tear up the league so be it. He sure is not going to help this team get better.

    I know he’s a good guy and therefore I wish he makes good investments and becomes a billionaire one day.

  11. McBuc Says:

    Bassuka, you make a good argument my friend.

  12. Gary Says:

    I hate that PS rule! If we have someone in TC, we should be allowed to drop him on the PS without going through waivers. Oh well.

  13. McBuc Says:

    @Eric…That frog thing is the best comment I have read from you in a long time. That was funny as hell and brought back memories of great cartoons. I am stuck watching a bunch of crap with my five year old, and long for the quality WB put out with looney Tunes. Great refernce, and it fit like a glove for Clayton.