“Run-And-Shoot, A Little West Coast Feel”

July 26th, 2012

Holy Mouse Davis!

The now mysterious Bucs offense will deliver elements of many different offenses, among them the “run-and-shoot, a little West Coast feel,” Josh Freeman said today.

The run-and-shoot reference really threw Joe a curveball. And it interestingly comes on the heels of Freeman telling NFL.com that one of his personal mentors is Warren Moon, the king of the run-and-shoot. Clearly some old school Kevin Gilbride rubbed off on Mike Sullivan.

A run-and-shoot look at times for the Bucs would be damn interesting, giving Vincent Jackson a chance to freelance, Freeman a chance to relax and play some pitch and catch, and potentially open up some real big-play opportunities for LeGarrette Blount in the second level. 

Joe’s really going to be keeping an eye out for this moving forward in training camp and preseason.

7 Responses to ““Run-And-Shoot, A Little West Coast Feel””

  1. NJBucsFan Says:

    Brian Price traded?!?!?!!?

  2. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    OMFG, they just traded Brian Price http://www.facebook.com/tampabaybuccaneers
    Guess he should not have kicked our new safety’s ass, huh ?
    It must have something to do with Barron ?

  3. kh Says:

    and Dez Briscoe released…

  4. beansnap Says:

    Wow, thats a waste. We get a late round draft pick for him? He is very talented, but quite a hit. Losing Bowers and now Price, you have to wonder what the line is going to be able to accomplish with a lack of talent.

  5. NJBucsFan Says:

    I wonder if Schiano’s secret defense is a 1-7-3…. Probably have the thinnest defensive line in the league.

  6. TheRealVince Says:

    The sky is falling….The sky is falling

  7. bowtie502 Says:

    its a break even at this point…..loose price(2nd rounder) for okoye (top 10)
    rather have the latter imho