Bucs Knew “Midweek” Josh Johnson Would Start

December 4th, 2011

As one can imagine, the Bucs locker room was sullen after getting whipped at home by the last place stinking Panthers.

Even the Bucs players are at a loss for words as to how to stop the season from circling the drain.

But what the Bucs did know “midweek” is that Josh Freeman would not be able to make a go of it and that the Bucs would have to turn to trusted backup quarterback Josh Jobnson today.

“It was really like midweek, we learned Josh [Johnson] would most likely start,’ Bucs offensive guard Davin Joseph said. “But overall, I think he did a good job stepping in. For less than a week of prep, he did a great job.”

“An alarm goes off in your head,” wide receiver Arrelious Benn said upon learning the news of JJ being given a start. “But I don’t think we blinked. We’ve practiced with him, it was like any other game.”

4 Responses to “Bucs Knew “Midweek” Josh Johnson Would Start”

  1. Jimmy Says:

    Only a two-bit high school coach would pull a stunt like that. Rah has clearly lost this team.

  2. Oahubuc Says:

    They started Johnsonizing us about then on the official page. It was pretty obvious. Their media and PR are a lot like the offense on the field.

  3. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    What an over-reaction! Price playing hurt makes a mistake and he sends him to the locker room, yet his buddy Quincy loses his man AGAIN and rah acts as if nothing happens.

    Personal fouls hurt, repeatedly losing your man and giving up tds hurts worse.

    Rah is lost, its sad.

  4. Patrick Says:

    Oh wow, now Raheem is trying to get some respect by showing how he’s discipling his players. lmao. You should’ve been doing this to your team the whole season Rah. A little late now…..you’re 4-8 and in the cellar of the NFC South. Mission failed.