What’s Wrong With A Pool Party, Raheem?

October 6th, 2010

Joe loves pool parties — beer, bikinis, body shots, barbecue. Is there anything better?

It seems Raheem Morris has forgotten the importance of this great Florida pastime and that rounding up the honeys for poolside shenanigans is always in order.

The head coach is trying to keep his mind on loftier goals, so says the St. Pete Times. 

“This town doesn’t deserve to throw a pool party every time we get a win,” Morris said. “This town deserves the Rays, what the Rays have been able to do. Playoff bound, out there fighting and going out there and winning the AL East. You guys probably wrote them off, too. That’s what they went out there and did, and we want to be that.

“I’m not saying we’re going to do that right now, or when we’re going to be able to do it, but that’s what we’re building for. I told you guys a long time ago, we’re going to build a team that has long-lasting winning, and we’re starting that. We’ve got young players, ascending players, and we’re growing in the right direction. I hope I can get there faster than what you guys think I can because then I can come up here and make you guys look bad.”

Joe’s all for keeping perspective and keeping ones eyes on the prize. But please, coach, a pool party is always in order.

11 Responses to “What’s Wrong With A Pool Party, Raheem?”

  1. RahDomDaBest Says:

    “You guys probably wrote them off, too. ” said Morris

    Dude is continually making enemies with the media.

    He truely has no brain.

    (Fire Raheem for blackouts to end)

  2. safety Says:

    Raheem is dead right.
    So is Joe.
    I, too, love pool parties.

  3. bucfanjeff Says:

    Win the next two games and pool party will be at Joe’s house. Please invite Ms Watson.

  4. Gary Says:

    What’s with Rah’s constant whining about how the media treats him and others? Is Griella doing anything at all… tell him to stop that!

  5. Not A Rocket Surgeon Says:

    I have no problem with Coach Morris calling out the media. All he is doing is letting them know he’s paying attention – he’s not being nasty or aggressive and fills his barbs with humor.

    In that sense, he keeps them on their perverbial toes about writing quality articles (not necessarily positive, but legitimate stories.) The message is clear – no one’s perfect, even the media.

    I hope he continues the practice until the message is perfectly clear to the local media.

  6. eric Says:

    I understand that the Glazers boys sometimes allow Rah and Dom to play “marco Polo” in the cement pond at the main mansion, provided they stay in the shallow end and have gotten ALL the scuff marks off the pool deck.

    Naturally, they have to keep it way down if the Glazer boys are watching a soccer match on t.v.

  7. RahDomDaBest Says:

    “I hope he continues the practice until the message is perfectly clear to the local media.”


    That is poor advice.

    What is ironic is the media is quite tame towards Raheem. They are very nice to him as compared to the coach who won the Bucs their only Super Bowl… aka Satan.

  8. McBuc Says:

    Rahdom…Who cares what he says to the media. Plenty of coaches say all sorts of stuff to the media. You simply have a problem with Morris, so if he was all nice to the media you would call him a suck up. If you have a legitimate gripe, which I am sure at some point you have, then fine but all you do is complain about everything Buc related.

  9. RahDomDaBest Says:

    Ok McBuc… I’ll stop posting. I sure would hate to ruin your guys day.

    Back to ole boring positive less RahDom.

    Enjoy the circle jerking. 🙂

    And please Fire Raheem Morris.

  10. McBuc Says:

    Rahdom…Plenty of negative guys post that are not annoying as hell, you just are not one of them.

  11. Achetti813 Says:

    Fire Raheem? If Raheem was fired he would get a contract somewhere else within a day. He’s not attacking the media hes just saying how the teams were writin off and out to surprise everyone. Raheem, Dom, and Free will be NFL stars for the next 10 years