Let’s Examine How Idiotic Tim Brown Is

January 23rd, 2013

The fact that former Raiders receivers Tim Brown and Jerry Rice claim that former Raiders coach Bill Callahan threw the Super Bowl against the Bucs is over the top in Joe’s eyes.

In a twisted way, Joe believes this is a case of sour grapes on steroids. Their egos are out of control, in that they had their collective arses whipped by the Bucs and they cannot deal with the reality. So they concoct one of the wildest stories in sports history.

If this is close to true, it’s the worst sports scandal since the 1919 Chicago Black Sox throwing the World Series.

Let’s think about this for a moment. Why in the world would Callahan think of doing something so preposterous? Brown claims Callahan hated coaching the Raiders and threw the game to help out his friend, Chucky.

So let’s pick this apart, shall we?

Callahan hated the Raiders so much he coached there for multiple years? Callahan, by winning one Super Bowl, would have secured solid work the rest of his life (i.e. Brian Billick, i.e. Barry Switzer). And the notion Callahan would toss such financial security away with the potential of getting caught and face legal action is so crazy, the next thing Joe is expecting is that Brown suggests Callahan has imaginary Facebook groupies.

Would Callahan change the gameplan without the blessing of meddling Raiders owner Al Davis? If this happened, Callahan would have been fired before the Super Bowl.

These claims by Brown, backed up by Rice, border on idiocy if not hallucinogenic mushrooms.

As Joe stated earlier this morning in a previous article, Joe demands that NFL warden commissioner Roger Goodell launch an immediate investigation to either find out if there is any truth to what Brown claims, or to clear the name of Callahan, Chucky, the Buc,s as well as the NFL in general. These are serious, serious, potentially damaging allegations.

This also involves current coaches, including new Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman, who was Callahan’s offensive coordinator in the Super Bowl in question, and current Super Bowl and 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, and Pro Football Hall of Famer Fred Biletnikoff, all who were on Callahan’s offensive staff.

If no evidence if found to substantiate Brown’s claims, Joe strongly believes Brown should immediately lose his eligibility to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The brutal treatment Warren Sapp dished out to dozens of media members would in comparison to the potentially unjust damage Brown has done to The Shield.

17 Responses to “Let’s Examine How Idiotic Tim Brown Is”

  1. flmike Says:

    Brown lives in Dallas, oh the irony…

  2. MadMax Says:

    In the last sentence, you left out the word “pale” before “in comparison”, Im guessing anyways 😉

    Yep, I agree this should damage his HOF eligibility. You just cant make preposterous statements like that and expect no consequences.

  3. mpmalloy Says:

    I’d go so far as to recommend the harshest penalty on the planet for Tim Brown: A lifetime BAN from JoeBucsFan.com.

  4. OB Says:

    Joe, the game plan did not mean anything when you are behind. Every one know that Julio Jones, Calvin Johnson, and Mr Peterson (sp) amoung others are going to be the targets of throws or they are going to run the ball. Does tha stop them from doing their thing? It is called execution and on that day the Bucs executed.

    It is had for these people with their records in the past to say they were whooped, but they were. Jerry Rice is a disappointment because he know better having won a bunch with the 49ers.

    You have one week from your playoff game to the SB, the coaches on both sides look at the tape and come up with a game plan. How many days before the game is it? During the season, how many days before the game is the game plan put into effect before the next Sunday game? Who has a game plan to play someone in the SB when you don’t know who is in it until the NFC/AFC championships are over. If I remember correctly, Philly was favored because we don’t play well in the cold but someone forgot to tell Joe and Rhonde and crew that.

    As far as being considered for the HOF, I give Mr Brown the pass based on the Notre Dame water and too many hits to the head. But character is a factor.

  5. holymoly Says:

    I talked to a teammate of brown’s and was told that Callahan did change game plan shortly before the SB but he said that doesn’t matter because you have to play the game . Also said that the game plan didn’t matter because the Bucs knew all the Raiders checks and are one of the best defenses to ever play the game . As far as what timmy said , he believes it was to generate a bit of interest in himself . ie . HOF

  6. lightningbuc Says:

    Callahan needs to slap a defamation lawsuit on these clowns pronto!

  7. DieHard_Bob Says:

    I think in light of the new evidence of what too many hits to the head can cause, they should remove Brown’s brain and check it for damage. Too many hits to the head can be the only reasonable explanation for his delusional story. 😉

  8. Rjbucs Says:

    I have it figured out. Brown played for Notre Dame. Obviously there has been a long running operation to embarrass Notre Dame stars by getting them to “date” a fake woman. With the Teo story breaking, Brown needed to create a distraction before it came out that he was duped as well. Rice? He didn’t play for Notre Dame, but his boy Montana did, and Rice is protecting his boy.

  9. Adam L Says:

    I’m curious … does Bill Callahan have a defamation case? Seriously, his work ethic in a very competetive business has now been forever tarnished and this stupid comment is basically going to follow him everywhere now.

    Joe… you have all these lawyers advertising. Get on one to give you an offical statement! Does Bill have a lawsuit?

  10. Meh Says:

    The sour grapes have aged into a fine whine.

  11. Brad Says:

    Comparing this situation to the white sox scandal was referenced in pro football talk article. Joe did you originate this comparison? If not give proper credit to where it originated.

  12. Wienaman Says:

    You give credit where it is due for NEWS. Making a logical correlation to the only other ridiculously horrible scandal in pro sports history is common sensical; the parallels were drawn by many without reading it on PFT, including myself and obviously Joe.

  13. Ian P. Says:

    Goodell spent so much time and effort investigating the bounty-gate stuff which actually had no effect on wins or losses on the field and frankly, most fans could care less about.
    Browns accusation, if true, is much worse as it directly impacts the results of a Super Bowl. I’m going to contact Goodell and ask for an investigation. When you compare it to the Black Sox, you aren’t exaggerating as much as some might think.
    As a Bucs fan with a den decorated with Super Bowl 37 memorabilia, I want this investigated. I want to know if it’s true. If it’s false, I want Brown punished.

  14. Have A Nice Day Says:

    Goodell’s job is to “protect the shield”…. the outcome of any investigation done by the league, will only support the league. No evidence of this being a truth would be found even if it was true.

    On the “give credit where credit is due” comment by Brad, yeah, the first thing I thought of was the Black Sox scandal when I read the comments by Tim Brown. There is no need to give credit for a comparison or common thought, you give it for the news itself, as Joe did in his original post of this story.

  15. lightningbuc Says:


    I don’t think you originated the moniker “Chucky” either. For Brad’s sake, can you please give credit to whomever did?

  16. Cannon Says:

    This is just a sad, sad case.

    The Raiders had the #1 offense, the Bucs had the #1 defense.

    The Bucs executed better, plain and simple.

    Honestly, the Raiders shouldn’t get down on themselves too much… that defense was arguably one of the best in the history of the NFL, and one that is missed tremendously by us Bucs fans today.

  17. Bucnjim Says:

    I guess they forgot to hand out common sense with some of these BS college degrees. It’s a very sad day when there is actually people out there who think this is even possible. I’ve got an idea; watch the freaking game again and see for yourself. The Bucs just hammered the Raiders from start to finish. Turnovers killed the Raiders chances! Nothing to do with coaching and any idiot can see this.