Raheem Praises Preston Parker’s Mojo, Clayton

August 5th, 2010

"Dear Lord, if I get one final chance, I shall block, sing and dance."

It was a simple question posed to Raheem The Dream today, asking him if he liked what he saw out of Maurice Stovall.

In a beautiful display of Dreamspeak, the head coach gave an, uh, in depth answer about his receiving corps.

“We’re platooning those receivers, and we’re getting a lot out of all of them. We’re getting, you know, particularly a lot of Mike Williams, a lot out of Stovall, a lot out of Sammie. Mike Clayton had a day today. And all those guys they’re platooning, and they’re fighting for jobs, and they’re fighting for what they’re trying to do, which is really good. And the competition over there is growing, is getting better,” Raheem The Dream said. “More people are trying to get into it. The young man Preston Parker, you know, coming out there providing a little bit of fire. I don’t know if he’s picking on the right people on defense, but he’s providing fire. I don’t know if you want to go in there and pick on Quincy Black too much. But you do have to love the young man’s mojo. You gotta love his fire. You gotta love his nasty he comes to the game with. And those guys are pushing each other and they’re becoming stronger.”

(Translation: Stovall is standing out along with a bunch of receivers, including the blocking icon. And Parker brings attitude.)

Joe’s glad to hear all this, except the part about Clayton. Just the thought of him sucking reps from the Bucs young receivers is enough to give Joe flashbacks to Leftwich and McCown eating up Freeman’s valuable prep time last summer.

8 Responses to “Raheem Praises Preston Parker’s Mojo, Clayton”

  1. eric Says:

    “they’re fighting for what they’re trying to do, which is really good”.

    I wonder what they are trying to do!

    Whatever it is, there was a lot of it! And Willimas has particularly a lot.

    Where’s a good phonologist when you need one. What a character!

  2. safety Says:

    I kinda like Dreamspeak. It’s partly motivational gibberish, but the guy’s got HEART. And, uncommonly, he’s honest.
    Eric, they’re trying to make the team. But you knew that.
    Also, I don’t think the coach needs a phonologist, as his pronunciation is excellent.

  3. Ash Says:

    He barley mentions Clayton. And the other interviews I’ve heard he skips over him completely. I don’t read much into this

  4. Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    I think Clayton is Jinxed here in Tampa. We will probably cut him, and it will come back to haunt us. He will go somewhere else, and live up to his potential. HOPE he don’t go to Carolina, and knock the living snot out of our defenders twice a season.

  5. eric Says:

    I love gibberish!

    I wonder if he will “motivate” them to seven straight losses to start the year again.

    And then “honestly” report they alomst won all of them.

  6. Capt.Tim Says:

    I love to find the biggest, whiniest, crybaby bitch in the world . And then just listen to them say the same stupid crap over and over and over! I found that bitch, and I named her Eric, and we can all enjoy her endless sniveling here at “JoeBuc Fan”! And, as an added bonus, Eric also brings a case of ” heartbroke over Chucky gettin fired” to every performance, At no additional charge! Eric will be performing his biggest hits-” Raheem is dumb”, “the Glazers are cheap”, “Dominik is a moron”, and his biggest hit” the Bucs can’t win 3 games this year!”. Eric plays these classics over and over! HeRd them each more times than “Pink Floyds- the Wall” . And believe me,he ain’t slowing down!

  7. Capt.Tim Says:

    Well! Waiting on a ground shaking retort! You can’t let me get away with that one- batter up!

  8. Cut Clayton Says:

    Parker > Clayton