Freeman Says No Slump For Him

December 8th, 2010

The Bucs are all about No. 5, and No. 5 has had his share struggles the past two games.

But young Josh Freeman is as confident as ever. Speaking today at a news conference at One Buc Palace, Freeman says he’s still in a strong groove.

“I definitely don’t think it’s a slump, “said Freeman, crediting the Ravens and Falcons defenses.

“I feel like i haven’t missed a beat since Week 1. We’ve just been continuing to improve, continuing to prepare to gameplan. Feeling fresh right now.”

Freeman said the likely cold wet weather in Washington on Sunday is no big deal.

He said he takes pride in throwing a wet ball and he “grew up in Missouri so I’ve played a lot of cold weather games.”

Joe loves Freeman’s confidence. He acts like a leader, and he surely has been strong on the field. Joe expects him to bounce back Sunday in a big way. Life will get a lot easier against the Skins.

5 Responses to “Freeman Says No Slump For Him”

  1. bucfanjeff Says:

    Unrelated…The Detroit Lions are expected to announce the loss of two defensive starters Wednesday as defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch and cornerback Alphonso Smith are set for season-ending surgeries, according to the Detroit Free Press.

    Anything to help us!

  2. sunrisejeff Says:

    I don’t know…..after watching Smith on turkey day I think him being active would help us a lot more lol.


    You’re right about that sunrisejeff…

  4. CreamsiclePasties Says:

    I like the confidence but I hope he realizes he still has a lot to learn.

    I love Freeman as our QB, but I think he’s been staring down his primary receivers too much, forces it to Mike Williams at times, and is breaking the pocket rather than stepping up at times……

  5. eric Says:

    He has been a shade off these last two. The skins ought to be good medicine.

    Then again, this is the NFL.