Cris Carter Hearts Mark Dominik, Josh Freeman

September 13th, 2010

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In this BSPN video — the Disney syndicate didn’t provide embed codes, the mooks — Jim Basquil and Cris Carter break down the Bucs win over the Browns yesterday to open the 2010 season.

Seems as though Cris Carter is suddenly smitten with Mark Dominik and Josh Freeman.

Carter explains how Freeman — and not the Bucs’ defense — won the game and lauds the prowess of Dominik without naming names.

Monitor the video and tell Joe if you agree with Carter’s analysis.

4 Responses to “Cris Carter Hearts Mark Dominik, Josh Freeman”

  1. Paul Says:

    If I were to give anyone the gameball, it’d have to be Morris. The whole team was playing like garbage in the first half. I don’t know what went on during halftime, but they came out in the 2nd half looking like a real NFL team.

  2. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    I agree with Paul, Tampa stunk up the stadium in the first 1/2, but looked like a different team in the second. Mark Dominick does deserve credit, as does Freeman and the whole Team. It was not a pretty win, but we won.

  3. jaytek74 Says:

    I agree that something drastic happened at the half. The Barber interception also really changed the complexion of the game. If the Browns score there and it is 21-3 or 17-3 at the half, then I think we may very well have been looking at a loss. I think most NFL wins can be called ugly by the fans of the winning teams because we are all overly critical of everything. In college we see dominating victories and then we watch an NFL game and see closer games that may be considered less exciting. I personally enjoy college football more than the NFL but I am a Bucs fan and have been since there first season since I am a Tampa native. I hope the Bucs can start strong and go into the bye week 3-0 or 2-1. We do have a young team and coaching staff that will grow together and hopefully learn how to win together. We already know how to lose. Go Bucs!!!

  4. Miguel Grande Says:

    I agree that the Bucs defense came out after the half with a renewed spirit. This means that the Bucs made adjustments due to superior coaching. They shut down the Brownies completely, which meant the opposing defense spent alot of time in the oppressive heat. It should have been a 24-14 win but the Bucs offense shot themselves in the foot. They will get better as the season progresses. The great news is that the defense will get alot better with the return of Tariq and the lessons that our young tackles will learn from experience.