Josh Freeman Wins Over Sirius NFL Radio Types

September 23rd, 2010

josh freeman 0505Earlier this week, listeners to “The Blitz,” co-hosted by Rich Gannon and Adam Schein, heard exclusively on Sirius NFL Radio, were treated to an interview with Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman.

Naturally Joe listened.

Following the interview, it seemed Gannon and Schein were smitten with the young Bucs signal-caller.

“Every time I talk to him, I come away so impressed with how intelligent he is,” Schein said of Freeman.

Gannon concurred.

“He will be a special player. I think he is a big reason why they are 2-0. He was outstanding against Cleveland and he made big plays in the win over Carolina.”

8 Responses to “Josh Freeman Wins Over Sirius NFL Radio Types”

  1. Dew Says:

    Can anyone tell me how Selmon’s in Ft Myers was for watching the Bucs game? Was it very crowded? My kid is using my tickets this weekend and if the game is blacked out I’m thinking about driving down to watch the game. Thanks.

  2. Fire Greg Olson! Says:

    “I think he is a big reason why they are 2-0” said Schein.

    Well, way to go out on a limb, Schein. What an idiot, d-bag.

    Joe, I appreciate your countless hours skimming the net for Bucs stories, but I don’t see how this pudd-whacker (yeah, I’m bringing that one back for Schein) brings anything to this site. Just my humble opinion.

  3. SkookumSmitty Says:


    It was excellent. Service was good, food was good, and the Bucs game was on multiple screens, including the huge one over the bar.

  4. Dew Says:

    Thanks. We’ll be there if it’s blacked out. For sure.

  5. BucFan South Tampa Says:

    Pete Prisco just picked the Bucs to beat the Steelers this weekend.

    You fans just need to get off the couch and go to a football game.

  6. nick Says:

    Wow, from “not buying” to “smitten”.

  7. Matt Says:

    @BucFan South Tampa: Also notice his winning percentage of 25% and 50% in the first two weeks?

    Just sayin’ 😉

  8. BucFan South Tampa Says:

    @Matt. Hey nobody picked us the first two weeks, with the exception of Sharpe on NFL network in week 2. Bottomline, lets just win some games and see where we stand. 9-7 for the season, wild card in the playoffs…probably one and done for 2010, ready for the real drive for the ring next year. Anything can happen in this league.