Shaun King’s Tirade At Team Glazer, Dominik

January 4th, 2012

Yesterday Joe brought a tidbit from former Bucs quarterback Shaun King’s emotional, fire and brimstone radio tirade Tuesday blasting Team Glazer and Bucs rock star general manager Mark Dominik over the firing of Raheem Morris and the state of the Bucs franchise.

For your evening listening entertainment, click below to listen to Part 1 of the audio, courtesy of WQYK-AM 1010. (Hat tip Justin)

64 Responses to “Shaun King’s Tirade At Team Glazer, Dominik”

  1. Brown Bags Have Been Removed Says:

    Haven’t listened to Shaun’s latest attempt to become relevent in local media. But does anyone else look at his latest photos and think of the nickname: Doughboy?

  2. Patrick Says:

    I think Shaun King nailed it in this interview: Loved it when he pointed out “oh, but you didn’t mention how you re-signed Quincy Black”.

    And I’m tired of all the idiots that use the “King, you sucked as a player. shut up” BS on him. Does that mean he can’t have a radio show? Does that mean he doesn’t know anything about football. YOU need to shut up.

  3. lightningbuc Says:


  4. raphael Says:

    blah blah blah …more of king stupid propaganda

  5. bucfanjeff Says:

    He has valid points, like him or not.

  6. Macabee Says:

    I’ve never had a chance to visit, but Shaun King sounds like a Baptist preacher in a Sunday morning pulpit! There’s Viagra in his words!

  7. BucFanFromLa Says:

    Very valid points. For all the people that say that this is simply gibberish, please counter his arguments. I would love to hear them. I said from day one, if Raheem is to be fired, then so should Dom. How can anyone give him a passing grade?

  8. Ash Says:

    Raheem had to be fired but Shaun King isn’t telling lies here at all.

  9. AK Says:

    I don’t like Shaun King but I actually agree with much of what he said in this diatribe, to be honest.

  10. Harley Says:

    Living in Australia this is the first time i’ve listened to any of the King David show and I wish i could have that 15mins of my life back

  11. raphael Says:

    blah blah blah Shaun

  12. Ash Says:

    “oh, but you didn’t mention how you re-signed Quincy Black”

    I was actually thinking the same thing when Joel said that.

  13. raphael Says:

    of course Dom should of been fired…is that really rocket science ?

  14. raphael Says:

    btw Dom might just be puppet when a new coach is hired. I would bet the coach has more say over draft picks !

  15. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    I’m cool with Dominik staying as long as the new head coach has final say over draft picks and free agency if there’s disagreement.

  16. bucfanlostiniowa Says:

    King is a loudmouth and a jackass, but what he says about Ruud, and Caddy is true, and Dom should be fired, I can’t see any quality coach coming here with the glazer stooge still lurking the halls.

  17. K2theSoldier Says:

    These are all valid points that King brings up, and frankly you can’t argue with any of them. I really hate when clowns go “oh what does King know, he sucked!” as if any of us commenting are any better? At least King played in the NFL, doesn’t matter how good or bad he was. He can still have an opinion, and this one is 100% correct.

  18. BucLifer Says:

    WOW this is awesome. Shaun King’s spittin some real truth right here! Callin out those lies haha

  19. knucknbuc Says:

    Valid points king is just an A$$clown tho and still manages to put his foot in his mouth the majority of his arguments. Yea Dom should of been fired too, we get it and no one here has really said he shouldn’t of been. They just say whatever he lasted because he’s the GM. Whose to say Raheem didn’t also sign off on the quincy black signing, and want him back 2. So please just shut up shaun “has been, never was” king.

  20. Crotch McGee Says:

    I envision a fat Rah taking King’s place on the Tampa Bay airwaves 10 years from now

  21. Max Says:

    I agree with Shaun on his points and his tone. Bucs fans should be angry!!
    However I feel like the majority of the community just doesn’t care anymore.

  22. FreemanBomb5 Says:

    Shaun King is awesome. Took the words out of my mouth when describing Dominik being all over last year at this time. No where to be found, “evaluating the roster” really? Not much good to evaluate this year was garbage.

  23. crazy Says:

    Maybe the G’s hope that some other team with a GM vacancy will want enough to pull him away. Remember McKay didn’t last long after the G’s jumped in to the coaching search and landed Gruden with Allen to follow. Depending on how the coaching search develops maybe that’s the ultimate plan.

  24. Mike Says:

    Ya, i’m not a fan of what King usually says either.. But I have to agree. ANYTHING short of Dominik leaving along with Morris and his staff, tells me this is nothing but a PR move for the Bucs. Paralleled with all Bucs fans’ opinion and those shared by Glazer, there is absolutely a share in blame – and if Rah is to be held accountable for this disgrace of a season, they why too shouldn’t Domnik? Dominik is simply the brain child pulling the trigger on those decisions that fit along with the penny-pinching ideals of the Glazer family; as it appears VERY clear to me Domink has failed in several aspects when applying that little subjectivity his bosses afford him. NOTHING will change here regardless of who is brought in unless whoever is brought in is given priority (over Dom in Glazer) when making decisions in the draft room and choosing who to retain and chase in free-agency. In either case, the only solution I see to (again) rebuilding this franchise is that power be taken from Dominik as he continues to fail on the multiple fronts of his position! I would honestly give Dom a D-, only slightly above an F after giving us a ten-win (smoke and mirror) season. He has failed in free agency (both on those few moves made or the so many passed up on), has only been slightly successful in the draft (how do you blow a top 3 pick and have zero depth), and has failed miserably in the players he has chosen to re-sign from his very OWN team. Dom needs to go, otherwise Rah is just a scape-goat.

  25. eric Says:

    If Dom blows this coaching search there will be a lot of tirades.

    So far I am not impressed at all.

    Im beginning to think nobody wants to work with the jackass. When ya gotta dredge up college rejects………

    The Rams are making an effort to get the Ravens player personnel director. Why can’t we make bright moves like that?

  26. Mean D Says:

    I thought that at any moment King was gonna blame George Bush.

  27. RealTalk Says:

    i’m telling you now Raheem Morris is going to be a top tier NFL coach when he gets a REAL chance. The Glazers are gna forget this and all you fans calling for his neck will be crummed

  28. bucfanlostiniowa Says:

    Raheem a top tier coach, hahahahahahahahahahahhashahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahhahahahahahhahahahhahhahahhahhahahhahhahahhahhahhahhahhahhahhahhahhah…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  29. Patrick Says:

    I wonder if Raheem will keep wearing his “youngry” hat at the practices of the next team he goes too.

  30. Brown Bags Have Been Removed Says:

    Where to start. Some of these comments are comical, even farsical.

    Now, we are know that the Glazers kept Dom because they hand-cuffed his purse over the last few years. They shot the coach and staff, but Dom would rat them out if the cut him. However, it is likely that they are going to spend more now. I don’t know hom much, but more.

    Think back to about 5 games ago. During the blow-out, Dom was called into the owner’s box. He left ashed-faced and hurried. The Glazer boys know what it’s like to be humiliated. Their cheap experiemtn didn’t work. And to get started on the future, they had to axe a bunch of people. But haivng Dom rat them out wouldn’t work good for them.

    Think outside the box people.

  31. GenocideD Says:

    I like how everyone turns on MD b/c of a good audio from King. i have to agree with a lot of his points and don’t like that MD said he was in his office evaluating talent when that evaluation should’ve been done before they made it on the team. He’s definitely dropped the ball in making sure we were active in free agency but how much of that was that his decision and how much of it was the Glazers being cheap? I’m still a MD fan. It was and is my opinion that we should’ve kept Raheem, resigned him and brought in a DC and replaced Olsen. MD has brought a lot of talent to this team and injuries, too much youth around our new guys in quaralation with a lack of FA activity is a lot of the reason our team went to sh!t. Not to mention the AWFUL play calling… OMG, goodbye 2011!

  32. j lynch Says:

    Next team for Morris????????????????? K state again?? How about the team at KFC frickin loser

  33. Traew Says:

    This is music to my ears.

    The root cancer of this franchise is Mark Dominik.

    Until he goes, we are going no where. Worst GM in the National Fooball League.

    I throw up in my mouth every time Joe calls him Rock Star.

  34. A REAL Bucs Fan Says:

    I just love how, now that everyone’s favorite target is gone, the fans have shifted blame on the only remaining staff member.


    There is only one person responsible for Morris getting canned. Raheem Morris.

    Yes the team lost 10 straight.

    And no, that was not entirely his fault. It was a combination of several things that led to the losses.

    No…what cost him his job is his failure to handle himself professionally in front of the media when the pressure was on.

    I prefer the think the best of people unless or until they give me reason not to. Morris convinced me he needed to be fired. Still, I wanted to believe he could improve, but the last week he was here he totally lost control.

    I was convinced, and still am convinced that he can be a prime coach one day, but clearly he is not ready yet and he won’t become it here.

    Dominick signed Black. He cut Caddy. He made some mistakes. He also had some success. McKay and Allen both did the same. (Ron Garner anyone?)

    Those games were lost because Morris insisted on being the DC instead of bringing in one. Newsflash…Edwards was available all year long. He could have been brought in, but no, Morris wanted to do it all, and in doing so he delayed the development of our defense.

    During one game only did I see the defense getting any coaching on the sidelines during a game from Morris. And that was at the end of the season. THAT is why it is a bad idea to have a head coach play two roles as HC and coordinator. The players suffer for it.

    On a team full of veterans, it wouldn’t matter as much. On the youngest team in the nfl, it mattered a lot.

    I wish Morris the best, but I also believe in accepting responsibility.

    It wasn’t JUST anyone that caused the losing streak. It was the players. It was the coaching. It was not Dominick (he does not coach or play). It was not even money, although people want to say so and point at the owners.

    The team went 10-6 last year. If you owned the team and it went 10-6 and you knew you had improved it with a great defensive draft (Clayborn and Bowers; Foster), then you would not have thought you needed to spend at the time either.

    In fact, most fans came into the season thinking the very same thing the owners, Dominick and Morris thought…that the rebuild was a success…that it was nearly done.

    It turned out it wasn’t. I think Morris would have survived it IF he had handled the media and the players better. He did in the first year after losing so many games, and the players were still positive.

    He blew it. I hate to admit it, but he blew it.

    So stop blaming Dominick. He has not once laid the blame on Morris or the owners or the players. He just does his job and he does it well.

    Foster, Clayborn, Bowers, GMC, Price, Blount, Williams, Benn…these are all good players and potentially great players. Eight of them. And there are more.

    Look at how long it took the Lions to get good. And THEY had several top 3 picks!

    No. Dominick is fine. If the Glazers replace him, then that fine. But it’s also fine if he stays.

    What matters is the word from the owners. Will they let him spend? Because have no doubt, I believe Dominick hasn’t spent in free agency because he was told to keep spending down.

    And that’s why he was not fired. He was following orders.

    BUT…that doesn’t matter where Morris was concerned. He could have kept his job if he had handled himself and his players better. He didn’t, and he’s gone. I’m disappointed, but it’s done. Time to move on.

    And finally…
    Don’t be freaking out over Sherman or Gray or whoever. I’m betting they actually DO have a short list, and I’m thinking the people on that short list are in the playoffs.

    So as they wait for whoever it is to end their season, they are bringing in some other guys because it will help them in negotiations.

    We will not get Fisher. We will not get Sherman or Martz (actually, I COULD see them bringing in Martz if they don’t get who they really want).

    Keep your eyes on the Steelers, Saints, Falcons and Packers. THAT is where our next coach is likely to come from.

  35. Macabee Says:

    If I can make an assumption, judging from Morris’ personality, he is not looking back in anger. I think he would say in his own inimitable way that all is fair in love and war. History will write the final chapter on his career, but we are going to know some answers regarding the current administration in the next 12 months. You see, there are no Rah fingerprints left at One Buc palace. At this very moment there are only the Glazers and Mark Dominik sitting in some palatial suite, determining the fate of this franchise. There will be no mistaking who to blame or who to give credit to for the next one!

  36. Architek Says:

    This team will not be good again until the Glazers sell the team. A lot of losing in the forecast. King was right about it ALL.

  37. hunter Says:

    completely agree with King. Dominick is as guilty if not more than raheem. His free agents moves in his first three years are some of the worst I’ve ever seen. I also highly question his talent evaluation and ability to build a nfl roster that can compete.

  38. SensibleBuc Says:

    @ J lynch

    George Wallace (a reporter in DC) tweeted this concerning Rah:

    “Redskins brass dining with former Bucs coach Raheem Morris…He and Kyle were on assistants in Tampa together @wtop”

    If he ends up in DC or in Pittsburgh, he’ll land on his feet. I wish him good luck.

  39. Greg Says:

    Pete, your posts are getting longer than most of Joe`s articles, although i do have to admit to liking most of them.

  40. SteveK Says:

    True dat King!

    Dom is not a Rockstar, only Rockstar GM in Tampa is w the Rays.

  41. The Truth Hurts Says:

    Like it or not….everything he says is the truth. Not one thing Shaun says is incorrect and none of you can refute a single argument.

  42. DCBUCSFAN Says:


  43. TurnThePage Says:

    Yeah Pete… Lol… We know it’s you Mr tldr himself.

    But at least this way, your new name tag makes it easier to read your stuff.

  44. K2theSoldier Says:

    Did you not listen to ANYTHING Shaun said Pete? One of Shaun’s biggest points was how Raheem Morris never asked to be the defensive coordinator. That’s not on him. If Mark didn’t like the way he called a defense, then Mark should have gone and got a new one. Raheem isn’t the GM, MARK DOMINIK IS. Your short list of Dominik mistakes could be MUCH larger, but you chose not to go in depth because of the mess of mistakes he’s made in only 3 years. You completely ignore the fact that Dominik has placed ZERO elite talent on this team, and completely left Raheem Morris out to dry. You listed a bunch of guys with so called talent just based on their draft position, not because of anything they’ve actually done, with the exception of Blount and Williams. The verdict is still VERY MUCH out on Benn, Price, GMC and others. Notice you didn’t mention Freeman in that list of guys Dom brought in, because it was solely on Raheem Morris that Josh Freeman was drafted by us; we all know the story.

    Of course Raheem’s firing was partly due to his failures. We know he was too friendly with his guys, we know he had things that he didn’t do right. But he was classy throughout, and only had one instance where he didn’t handle the media correctly, and that was after he tossed Price and dropped the F bomb in the conference. Other than that Raheem has been media gold, and an absolute class act all year. Raheem didn’t get fired because of how he handled himself, that’s a ridiculous statement.

    If you’re trying to tell me that Dominik deserves his job any more than Raheem Morris did, then you’re freaking crazy and need to re-think your ideas, seriously. Mark Dominik has been a complete disaster of a GM in his 3 year tenure and should have been fired along with Raheem Morris. I’m stunned that anybody could say Mark has done a great job, like you said. That’s simply garbage.

    By the way, your point about “Well if you had a team that went 10-6 you wouldn’t try to add on to it either”. Really? Since when did freaking 10-6 become so amazing and incredible? Maybe if we went 13-3 or 12-4 you could use that argument, but 10-6 isn’t anything to hang your hat on. That’s a decent record in the NFL, not great.

  45. TurnThePage Says:

    According to Shaun King:
    -Raheem is a great coach
    -Mark Dominik set Rah up to fail
    -Gruden is a horrible guy and not even a good coach
    -Shaun King was far better than Trent Dilfer and should have never been replaced by Brad Johnson
    -Josh Freeman is elite
    -Tony Dungy great, Jon Gruden sucks, Raheem great, Mark Dominik the reason the team collapsed
    -Was a Bucs fan before the Glazers bought the team, so don’t tell him that you are gonna build a winning team without Dungy or Raheem

  46. K2theSoldier Says:

    I would seriously love to hear an example from Pete about how Morris didn’t handle the media well, and why that was such a damning factor in his firing. That has to be one of the craziest statements ever made. Raheem Morris was NOTHING but classy to the media, aside from the F bomb incident I mentioned above.

  47. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    Mediocre Mark Dominik is the brown nosing guy in every office that somehow hung around the company, though the bosses around him changed. Every large office has a Mark Dominik, you guys know the type.
    Mark Dominik has hung around Tampa for a long time, passed over for promotion by all his ex bosses who got better positions in the NFL, yet left him behind. That should tell you something ?
    Regardless, because he has been in Tampa for so long, he has made friends with the Glazer Kids, and that is the problem. Firing the long time friend they grew up with is just not an option for the Glazer Kids.

  48. CoachG Says:

    The hate on dominick is amazing in this post, Dom is not a bad GM at all, Rah did not ask to be DC but in interviews and such he did not want to relinquish his role, Rah just was a young coach trying to do too much, I’ve seen it happen so may times myself included, Dom’s decision to sign Black was greed upon by Rah as well, at the end of the day if either Rah or Dom don’t agree on a personnel move it can’t happen, they must both agree so it is not all on Dom, and Black had a awful year this year but 2010 he was extremely consistent, I know because I watched every Bucs snap of 2010 over this past offseason in my basement like I do ever year, he didn’t make a bunch of “Derrick Brooks” splash plays because he is the SLB but showed up in every game he played in, Splash plays were Geno’s job, I could not get heated over signing black to a big deal because Dom and Rah were showing his loyaty to drafted Bucs, I just hope Dom signs back Michael Bennett he is extremely consistent and shows up against the run probably better then any 4-3 DE in the NFL (Including Jared Allen & anybody in NY). You can’t be a bad GM when you draft Clayborn and turn around and draft Bowers at little to no risk in the 2nd round who has shown some flashes. If Gerald didn’t have such poor technique when it came to protecting himself we could possibly be talking about him with Suh he prob won’t be a 13 and up sack guy for his career but he is very disruptive on “every” single snap unlike Suh, People don’t like him but last year Legarrette Blount was the steal of the year!!!

  49. advertise here! Says:

    Funny thing about his rant the other day was when he said that this was the lowest point in the Buccaneers history. Need I remind everyone of that January day in 2000. Perhaps the greatest defensive performance of all time was taking place and all we needed our quarterback to do was to not lose the game….and our quarterback found a way to lose the game with horrible passes and a late interception. Had that guy not performed so sadly we would have won the game, gone to the Superbowl, probably won. With that Tony never would have been fired, Rich would still be the GM and there is no doubt in my mind we would have stayed elite for years. So if you really want to get down to brass tacks all of this can be attributed to that quarterback that performed so so badly on that day in St. Louis. If I could only remember that quarterbacks name.

  50. AtlBucsFan Says:

    Shawn states that as a HC, “All you ask for is an opportunity to control your own destiny”. Nice idealistic statement but the world doesn’t work that way. Sure Raheem could have been more in control but would you put your company in the hands of a novice and let him/her call their own shots? I wouldn’t. Raheem didn’t do well controlling the things he was given. He didn’t handle the development of the players well. It did not appear that he prepared them to play or when things went south during the games he didn’t adjust very well. THAT’s why he was let go.

  51. raphael Says:

    my favorite was when Shaun king said NO WAY Tanard Jackson would play against Chicago….And Tanard gets a int.

  52. Bucnjim Says:

    How can you evaluate the job Dominik has done without a real coaching staff? This team has simply been outcoached and out hustled for the past three years! There is talent on offense and there is plenty on untapped talent on the defensive side of the ball. When these players are forced to be professionals instead of buddies then we’ll see what they can do.

  53. raphael Says:

    btw The Bucs couldn’t tackle ….thats Raheems job to teach basic fundamental football !

  54. BigMacAttack Says:

    Quincy Black was not good in 2010′, and worse in 2011′. Black’s inconsistencies, misplacement, and missed tackles were documented on this site every week. In the last 32 games, Quincy Black has about 4 or 5 decent games, and the rest include numerous whiffs and misses. It is high time for Quincy and Geno to go. Close to 50% of the players on this team should be replaced as they showed in this final 10 game stretch. Too many Buc defenders get pushed out of plays with their eyes wide shut.

  55. Bobby Says:

    Bucnjim…..I absolutely agree. How in the heck can you evaluate this talent if you are saying the coaching was so bad on every level?? Besides that…how can you evaluate the talent when so many are first or second year players??? I believe that with proper coaching this team will look entirely different next year. Dominick may be a lot of things but I believe he is very good at getting talent in the draft. Getting Bowers in the second round was the steal of the draft. That kid is going to be a beast. Mike Williams will be fine. Benn is going to continue to progress. Briscoe has tremendous upside as does Ed Gant. A healthy GMC is a terror. Clayborne is going to be a sack machine. Michael Bennett is a very good DE. I think Ahmad Black has potential as does Gaitor. Elbert Mack always makes plays when he is in the game. Yes we need a few more pieces, especially on defense but to say this team is void of talent is just ignorant.

  56. mark2001 Says:

    I think he is pretty accurate concerning the Glazer and Dominik responsibillity in the deal.

    After Allen straightened out the cap, he was allowed to bring in no first tier free agents…in spite of the fact that he promised local fans on sports radio that it was his plan to.

    Nothing has changed with management. Frankly, other than our FA punter, you have to go back to Faine as the big signing….Winslow being part of a trade. All the others have been off practice squads and the lower part of the roster. Our drafts have been average at best.

    This is how the Glazer boys run the business…..wake up fans.

    With the current philosophy in place, with good coaching the best we can hope for is an occasional playoff appearance and early exit. We are in the same group as Cleveland, Cincy, Buffalo, etc.. and will remain so until we change the way business is done.

    Ill give the Glazers this. They played a win win strategy. If their low cost roster won through some miracle, they made a ton of money. If they didn’t, they fire the coach and hire a new patsy that will accept the philosophy and continue to make money. Paraphrasing Steve Duemig…”when they say it isn’t about the money, it is about the money.” I think it is very applicable in this case.

    We WILL NOT have a proven coach come in here with the current money making philosophy in place. They CANNOT win here with this in place. Nor will a proven GM come in here with this philosophy in place. How quickly we returned to the Culverhouse days.

  57. mark2001 Says:


    You must be a youngster. Look at every team around the league. They are filled with “terrors” and the next …….’s. We see what we hope to see in our team through colored glasses. Potential…Potential…Potential.

    News flash….there is a ton of potential in the league that is never developed, whether it be because of weakness between the ears, a lack of work ethic, Marcus Jones injury proneness, or a love of party’s.

    Our team is very lacking of talent…and I’ll give you an easy example….

    What do you think would happen if this team current team…with good coaching…played our 1999 Bucs team? They would be lucky to score 7 points. And that is how far this team is away from anything substantial.

  58. Bucnjim Says:

    The 99′ Bucs team had 6 pro bowlers and 4 of them on defense. That’s not including Brooks as an alternate. We have no idea how some of these 23 year olds are going to turn out! Including Freeman! Hardy Nickerson molded these guys into the players they eventually became. There are so few home runs during free agency these days because teams simply don’t let them walk out the door. Seriously; how many FA players have gone on to pro bowl careers with other teams?

  59. mark2001 Says:

    My point is that this team has a far distance to go to be a really good team. The 99 team were entering the “SB potential window”. This team is at least a few years away from that, even if these guys we drafted the last few years end up with the number of pro bowlers you mentioned….and based upon the results of players we drafted the last decade developing into pro bowlers, I would doubt it. Frankly, I think this team is about a 7-9 talent team….we over achieved last year, we underachieved this year. And I think our Organizational Management is in league with Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincy, Chicago, Tennessee, etc..

  60. Jeff a lifer Says:

    Well said, Dominik and ownership are as much to blame as anyone. I advocated for Morris throughout, but his team either quit our didn’t show up fort half the games. He had to go, Dominik should as well, I wish the Blazers could be fired.

  61. AfghanZach Says:


    You made a statement regarding potential free agents not becoming pro-bowlers….I just have a couple questions for you.

    1) Would you rather have Reggie Bush, Darren Sproles, or Lumpkin

    2) Barrent Rudd or our current linebackers

    3) Elbert Mack or Nmandi/ Joseph

    4) Jeff Faine or Olin Kreutz

    We could/ should have supplemented with some of the above FAs. They may not be pro bolwers, but we needed to increase the “current capability level” that this team has. We have loads of future capability, AKA potential, but right now we are very much garbage in many aspects.

  62. K2theSoldier Says:

    @AfghanZach, just a quick point, Darren Sproles wasn’t ever coming to Tampa, he has a cousin that plays for New Orleans and was only going to go there or back to San Diego. Reggie Bush wasn’t a free agent, he was traded to the Dolphins. I would also take Faine over Kreutz, Kreutz retired in the middle of the season because he said he lost his passion to play football.
    I agree on Nnamdi/Joseph, but Mack actually had a some what decent year. I get the overall point you’re making though, should have scooped a few more free agents.

  63. CoachG Says:

    Lol it not fair to compare this team to a bucs defense in their prime, you could put some of those defenses with any offense in history and like your chances

  64. ron Says:

    Well I absolutely disagree. Domain has done his job fairly well. After all there was enough talent on this team to get 10 wins last season. And the draft picks that were added only increased the talent level. Were this team failed was in heart, gameplanning and most importantly focus this season. The team performed well below the talent level. Where does that fall on the shoulders of the GM?!?!?!? This team failed from COACHING. Kings diatribe is sour grapes and dare I question racial motivated? I mean obviously if they fired the black coach but kept the white GM there must be something wrong.