The Making Of Raheem Morris

January 17th, 2011

BSPN, proving when it wants to can actually be useful, profiles what makes Bucs coach Raheem Morris the man he is today.

9 Responses to “The Making Of Raheem Morris”

  1. Gary Says:

    Awesome! At least now we have confirmation that if Thomas ever grew his ovaries large enough to say something to Rah at the mall about his pants, Rah would bitch-slap that fool!

  2. aldo Says:

    awesome vid!!!

  3. Travis Says:

    Good stuff, I’ve been trying to catch this clip all week on ESPN, but never was able to catch it.

  4. leroybuttermilk Says:

    Speaking of Jersey looks like terrible Tom Brady and the Cheatroits lost to the jerseyboys. Do you smell conspiracy ever since spygate these cheaters can’t close the deal. Put that coffee down coffee is for closers. Brother Raheem got it right and exact comming up and showing and proving. Bonding and building off the positive and destroying the negative. We don’t need to see that punch by Blount ever again it two years ago that lame went down lake a gay sailor thaough.

  5. Brad Says:

    Joe: how come you get on me when I give the 4 letter network some love when they cover a positive story about the Bucs even when our local media continues to spew negative stories about our team. Then you give them credit. Which is the same thing I did.

  6. Joe Says:

    Not sure what you are talking about Brad.

    BSPN is a horrible outfit, largely because they can do loads of good work but choose to be lazy for the most part and produce glorified feces 85 percent of the time. When they do good work — which is rare — Joe will give them credit.

    It’s called being fair.

    Joe doesn’t like this clip because it’s a “positive” piece. Joe likes it because it is informative.

  7. Capt.Tim Says:

    It was a good clip. Also the rare but of good work from those lazy bastards at BSPN. Started out as a great sports network. Now has become a parody. All they want to talk about is Jets, Cowboys, Patriots, and Farve. The Bucs should have been a big story this season, but they gave the horrible Cowboys and Vikes ten times the press. Just rediculious!
    Liked how Blount talked about Raheem. That was funny! And about the punch- he went a little overboard after the knockout. But if some ass comes up AFTER the game, yelling crap in my earhole- oh yeah, I’m putting him to sleep. I’ve done similar. And it wasn’t a suckerpunch- you talk crap in my ear- EXPECT to go ta sleep! I don’t hold that against him. I’m much more concerned about the suspension for not showing up to practice- but I think he’s grow up

  8. Armando Says:

    the more I learn about Rah, watching this past season, seeing the developement of ALL the rookies, I gotta say hiring him maybe the best thing ever for the BUCS (xcluding the obvious Championship) I hope the economy or those damn Chucky lovers get better and get over it, because perhaps if we had had sellouts maybe the Detroit game and the Dixiechiks game may have turned out differently. There is plenty of room on the bandwagon people.

  9. tha truth is... Says:

    great story. This shows why alot of our lower to undrafted players excel and play 4 him. He knows what its like 2 be overlooked and gives players a chance that most of not any team would give them. 2011 Bucs will be NFC Champs and looking 4 more