Batman Doing Work For Bucs

July 26th, 2013

Leave it to that winged superhero Batman  Dashon Goldson to transform what was a horrid Bucs secondary.

Rid of the stench of Adderall (?)-popping, spa-vegging Eric Wright, the Bucs secondary appears to be rebounding big time. Why? Because Goldson and Revis won’t let their secondary teammates tank like last year.

“I faced [Dashon] Goldson in the NFC West a bunch of times and I always felt like he was a leader,” said former Arizona and current Bucs cornerback Mike Adams. “When he called us up to tell us what we had to do, I was able to watch him when he was in San Francisco and their secondary led the defense, and that’s what he wants to do here. I am all on board with that.”

As far as Adams is concerned, Goldson is a pro’s pro at safety.

“Aw, man. He can hit, he can run, he’s fast,” Adams said. “He’s everything you want in a safety.”

Then there’s the young pro at cornerback for the Bucs, rookie Johnthan Banks. Adams is so impressed with Banks, he believes Banks is a younger version of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

“Honestly man, this Banks kid, he’s long and lean,” Adams said. “I think he has a tremendous upside. There are a lot of plays he can make as a taller DB. Man, it’s a blessing to be 6-2 or 6-3. It reminds me of the same stuff Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie used to do.”

Now that Wright is no longer poisoning One Buc Palace, there is an opportunity for Adams to possibly start.

“I am just here to try to step into any role the team asks me to play,” Adams said. “I have been a nickel back for the last five years I have been in the league. What the team asks me to do, I am gong to step into that role and do it.”

4 Responses to “Batman Doing Work For Bucs”

  1. TrueBlue Says:

    Jeez Joes. Lighten up on the Wright venom. The guy was a mistake. He screwed up. Then he screwed up some more. The Bucs did the right thing and cut him loose to ponder his ignorance. But ‘stench’ and ‘poison’? That kind of personal attack is unnecessary. Remember there are young and impressionable minds that read this site. It’s authors maybe could set a little better example.

  2. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    I kind of agree. We’ve heard nothing about Wright being a poison in the locker room. His issues were all outside the clubhouse…except maybe last year’s suspension.

    But we still don’t know where that came from.

    On topic, Mike Adams is starting to grow on me. I haven’t seen him play, but I like his personality so far.

  3. 1976Buc Says:

    Joe, when you say Batman I think Richard Wood. What a player.

  4. scubog Says:

    That’s what I thought too 1987.