Two Of Three Side With Greg Schiano

September 18th, 2012

In a panel discussion of what Giants headmaster Tom Coughlin perceived as a dirty play, the majority side with Bucs coach Greg Schiano in this SNY video.

15 Responses to “Two Of Three Side With Greg Schiano”

  1. Westcoastbucsfan Says:

    Who the hell are any of these people?

  2. BucFan20 Says:

    Anyone ask the President or VP yet? How about Congress. Anyone ask Romney says he would cange the rules?

    This is gettig old as hell now.

  3. mikeck Says:

    Everyone forgets that Schiano was an asst coach and a coordinator in the NFL prior to coaching Rutgers. They make him sound like he coached pop-warner ball last year and figured he would give the NFL a shot for kicks.

  4. Orlandobucfan Says:

    I don’t know why everyone is saying wait ti the bucs line up and other teams do that to the bucs. I guarantee we will be expecting it and we will block and freeman will take two steps back and knee. You think we aren’t prepared for that. I’m sure if this were against a team like the jaguars it would t be this big.

  5. J-VILLBUCS Says:

    This was a great call!! Did you see Manning? He fell back from the center if he would have dropped that ball Barber and Wright were right there and would have been untouched to the end zone had Eli fumbled the ball because his lineman hit him. We didn’t touch him so I don’t know were he gets off saying it was a cheap shot. Still the way we had that game we need to learn how to close and finish games. If we want to be a championship team we have to win those games against teams like the Giants.

  6. BucFan20 Says:

    The Panthers Game has already been shown 100 times on every station in Tampa. We were ready for it in the Panthers game. And now some say they wonder why the Panthers did not go after the ball. But only because this came up. And as you would expect the idiot at channel 10 shows it and stands behind the Panthers because of the unwritten white flag rule. 2 mins left and the Bucs backing up and because of a unwritten rule they quit. All because someone came up with this you don’t play 60 mins. even if it is that close of a game.

  7. Bricen Says:

    I hate the people saying the D line was knee hunting. They were in their normal stance, the only reason they were at knee level is because the O line stood straight up.

  8. OAR Says:

    I’ve seen better panel discussions on the Three Stooges!

  9. Gunner Eleven Says:

    The more I see it, the more I like it. Who would have guessed that we have a 4th quarter collapse, give up 500 passing and the only thing people want to talk about is our Big, Bad, Bully Head Coach.

  10. BucFan20 Says:

    Who cares what you have seen. This is what happens when a subject gets burnt out.

  11. The Dutcher Journal (Pete Dutcher) Says:

    I agree…I’m tired of hearing about it. It’s in the past now. Hope the Cowboys worry about it though.

  12. FloridaGirl Says:

    Who cares what the pundits say?? The focus on the last play takes away from the fact they played a pretty decent game against the SB Champs.

  13. Oahubuc Says:

    The only issue that needs to be discussed is the size of the fines for the o-linemen who were punching heads after the play. The play itself is a dead issue.

  14. sandbagrudy Says:

    Wow did you see the cranium on that bubble headed lame this is all jibberish I think it’s quite innovative to play until the last wistle if they were to recover on that play with one time out would those replacement refs know how to respond to the exact rule

  15. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I have gone back and forth on this one, and now I’m back on Schiano’s side. Initially, of course I was with Schiano. Then once I started hearing everyone trashing the Bucs saying it was an unwritten rule, I thought it wasn’t the right thing. Now that credible people (Ditka, Mangini, etc.) are siding with Schiano, I’m back on the right side. The entire league has taken notice that we don’t quit.

    I’m with Oahubuc, I don’t understand why everyone is ignoring our guys getting punched in the back of the head after the play. I haven’t heard it even brought up by anyone in the media, and very few fans. Last I checked, that is illegal, and a WRITTEN rule. God forbid them suspend anyone when they play on the NFL Network on Thursday. Wonder if their CB will get fined for the hit on V-Jax. My money says no way.