“He’s Not On The Hotseat.”

December 3rd, 2011

The lovely Tiffany Simons (she’s actually getting hotter, if you can imagine) and Gregg Rosenthal discuss the state of the Bucs and Rosenthal doesn’t believe Raheem Morris is in any danger of losing his job in this NBCSports.com video.

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13 Responses to ““He’s Not On The Hotseat.””

  1. jb Says:

    Joe, Do these media people even WATCH these games they comment on? First we have Yasstinkass’s comments and now a kid from NBC that just recently attained the drinking age? This is just getting sad! First we have to watch what the Glazers & Morris have done with this team then we have to listen to national media types that talk about the team without even watching them! BTW, I just got me 2012 season ticket renewal in the mail yesterday with the first payment due December 22nd….Merry Freakin’ Christmas from the BUCS! Although ownership does deserve kudos for their initiation of the 10 month payment plan.

  2. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    He doesn’t know any more than we do about what is going on in the cheap-ss Glazer head. If they want to continue the fraud instead of entertaining and selling tickets than Rah is safe.

    If they are ready to ignite the fans, make a splash and legitimately compete with the Saints – they will throw out the fraud and bring in a professional head coach, staff and proven players. Until that happens get used to third or fourth in the South and no playoffs.

  3. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Also watch for the actual attendance numbers Sunday: less than 45k is what I am being told, some are projecting less than 40k. Similar to a weekend Rays game against a popular opponent. Hilarious.

    Dungy Gruden waiting list. Rah = stadium half empty. Sad.

  4. foxworth Says:

    Sorry … but there are no good reasons at this point in the season to give Rah or any of his staff a job next season .Dungy was a better coach but what would he have been with out kiffin? We saw what happen when Gruden tried to coach two sides hc/oc .Rah you gave yourself to much credit its time to move on the fans deserve better, what would Barber have been or Sap without Nickerson or Culpepper this lacks leadership all around .a change must be made no excusses no explanations ,thats what he said and thats what the Glazers need to say to him !!!

  5. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    Morris is 26 and 17 as a head coach, we have lost 5 in a row, Sunday will make it 6,

  6. Mr. Lucky Says:

    I am sooooo tired of hearing the ‘…its a young team excuse…” So what the Bucs are the youngest team – the second youngest team is the Packers and they’re 11-0.

    When the Glazers see a half empty stadium this Sunday maybe they will finally realize that the fans won’t fall for their crap anymore.

  7. Anthony Says:

    It is too bad he is not on the hot seat because everything is his fault.

  8. j lynch Says:

    WHAT????? I cant believe I wasted a minute of my life listening to that jibberish.. That clip compares to morris’ coaching ability short no content..

  9. Bucnjim Says:

    I know Nickerson used to be linebackers coach for the Bears. He’d probably rip the head off of one of these young punks we have pretending to play football.

  10. Bucnjim Says:

    As a coach or GM; you’re only as good as your supporting staff. The problem is if you are the coach as well as the supporting staff and you suck; then changes need to be made.

  11. Jake Says:

    You really have to wonder if the end game for the Glazers is to set this team up for a move down the road. Sorry, but just don’t trust these characters. The “plan” may be to alienate the fans, erode the fan base, cry lack of support from community, move the team, make lots of $$$$. Wouldn’t rule it out.

  12. Bucnjim Says:

    If nothing else; these guys are smart business men. Unless there is some sort of miricle turn around by this team; the bottom line will be drastically hurt to the point of never turning season ticket holders back around. This alone would motivate them to make a couple of splash hirings. It might not be the head coach himself, but look for some big name offensive and defensive names along with players to come in by the end of this year. I’m not firm believer in retread coaches for the simple fact it is very rare that they succeed, but the fact is big names bring back big crowds and that is what these owners are in great need of.

  13. Leighroy Says:

    Raheem Morris WAS a name when they hired him. He may not have lived up to the billing at the time, and in hindsight it’s worth a laugh that that was the case back then.

    Here’s a name, Charlie Strong. Bring him in for DC. He’s certainly not a retread, and he has turned around Louisville and was known as the “recruiting closer” for Urban Meyer. You want to build an identity on defense with a man who knows what he’s doing and has delivered results? Give him a shot!!

    Dunno if he would leave Louisville to be DC under Raheem though, but just an example of ways to find a name without stooping for a retread coach looking to “Lou Piniella” us.