After Party With Raheem Morris

November 15th, 2010

Jay Glazer decides to interview Bucs coach Raheem Morris for his “After Party” segment in this video.

Video: After Party: Raheem Morris

12 Responses to “After Party With Raheem Morris”

  1. Dew Says:

    That was great. Thanks Joe.

  2. Leroy Buttermild Says:

    That growth hormone remark about Ronde Barber was a low blow He should talk he looks like the typical roid monkey you see in every gym flexing and kissing mirrors

  3. lakeland bob Says:

    Rah’s become quite comfortable in front of the camera.

  4. Joe Says:

    You are welcome Dew.

  5. gitarlvr Says:

    It boggles my mind how anyone can hate Raheem Morris. I mean he’s just a cool guy. I’m only 29 years old and I appreciate seeing someone I can relate to coaching my team. I’m tired of seeing the faces of some of these crotchety old retreads. I am really starting to believe that whats happening here in Tampa is starting to turn into the perfect storm. A young, talented, driven team with an intelligent, young, driven coach. Together they can grow into a force for years to come. These last few idiots hating on Raheem at this point are just people that are total failures in life. Its the only explanation for how they could harbor such negativity in their hearts towards the exciting future the vast majority of us fans see coming.

  6. gitarlvr Says:

    Just to expound a little further, Raheem is a new school guy and he and Dominik have clearly taken their cues from the Steelers and Patriots. Those are the two teams that have had the most sustained success over the last decade in the NFL. Its starts with a superstar QB as Raheem mentioned. You build and then continually replenish your team thru the draft while largely eschewing high priced free agents. You use your cap money to resign your homegrown talent and you stay competitive all the while, even as you have to continue to fill holes every year with draftees , because of your superstar QB. How anyone can fail to see this blueprint for sustained success that the new Bucs regime is clearly married to is beyond me.

  7. Buc You Says:

    Rah is the greatest.

  8. Buc You Says:

    TBH… It is pretty boring when Rah wins. I am not sure anyone cares, when you consider the market of fans who actually would buy tickets.

  9. gitarlvr Says:

    You can see Buc You’s ignorance from the fact that he posts meaningless hateful little blurbs with nothing to really say. How sad is it when your greatest joy in life is to post non-sensical bullspit on a web site where everyone hates you?

  10. BamBamBuc Says:

    For anyone interested in what our upcoming opponent (the 49ers) did this last week, here’s this (courtesy of

    “# The 49ers really outplayed St. Louis; they had 14 penalties, including nine in the first half. A whopping three touchdowns were nullified by infractions, and all were legitimate calls. Two of them were Anthony Davis holds on Chris Long, who was pretty much unblockable in this contest. San Francisco also had a Sam Bradford interception negated by a penalty.

    In the end though, San Francisco won and kept itself alive in the NFC West race. Unfortunately, left tackle Joe Staley fractured his fibula and could be out 4-6 weeks.

    The encouraging thing for the 49ers is that Troy Smith looked pretty damn good. Smith displayed a great arm and hit his receivers downfield for four passes of 30 yards or more. Smith went 17-of-28 for 356 yards and a touchdown. Pick him up in your fantasy league if he’s available. ”

    Unfortunately, we don’t have a “Chris Long” to force holding penalties. Although wishing no ill will, we’re lucky to have their stud LT out this week. We’re gonna have to play lights out on defense, or we’re gonna be in a shootout. Funny thing is….. I like our chances this year in a shootout.

  11. csidedave Says:

    I love Raheem. At first I used to roll my eyes when I heard him speak. But then I realized his messgae is not for me. It’s for a bunch of 23 year old young men from a different generation than me. His job is to prepare this team to win and he has done a heckuva job. Lowest payroll, youngest team, 7 rookie starters and he has made it work! And don’t forget he put his future on the line with his faith in Josh. How well has that worked out?

  12. JDouble Says:

    I like Joe Glazer, but he annoyed me in this interview. He made some pretty stupid comments.

    Also, what kinda drugs is he on? He was twitching and figiding the entire time. Like he did a bunch of speed just moments before the interview.