Freeman Has “Two Or Three More Weeks”

September 21st, 2013


Unless something drastic happens, Tampa Tribune Bucs beat man, the “Custodian of Canton,” eye-RAH! Kaufman, is of the belief that the Josh Freeman era in Tampa Bay could come to an end.

Off to a rocky start to the 2013 season, the Bucs franchise quarterback already was the center of controversy between his arch defenders, the Freemanites, and his mortal enemies, the Mike Glennon Mob.

Now with the Bucs facing a very likely win-or-plan-for-the-draft game against Bill Belicheat and the Patriots, Kaufman told the one and only Chris “Mad Dog” Russo earlier this week, heard exclusively on SiriusXM Radio, that if Freeman doesn’t turn things around, he could be benched as the Bucs enter their bye week the first week of October.

“I’m here to tell you that through two weeks, [Freeman is] playing terrible. He’s playing terrible,” Kaufman said. “He’s completing 45 percent of his passes. Chris, the league average is 60! You can’t win throwing 45 percent completions!

“Chris, he’s got a couple of weeks to salvage his career in Tampa. If he wants to stay here — which I don’t think he does any more; he’ll have that decision as a free agent next year — after two or three more weeks and Schiano is probably going to turn to Glennon. And who can blame him at that point?”

Now Joe never thought of this before, but if the Bucs are 0-4 entering the bye week, if a quarterback change was going to happen, that may be the best time for it as Glennon would have roughly two weeks to prepare for a home game with the now reeling Philadelphia Eagles.

The Eagles have a rotten defense. That may be the time to enter Glennon as a win over any NFL team, regardless of who it is, would give him a modicum of confidence.

Joe’s not saying this will happen, but Joe does find it interesting that a longtime Bucs beat writer like Kaufman who has his a hand on the pulse of the team would suggest that.

85 Responses to “Freeman Has “Two Or Three More Weeks””

  1. gotbbucs Says:

    “Now Joe never thought of this before”

    How on earth have you not thought of this before today?

  2. lightningbuc Says:

    “He’s playing terrible”

    Ira must not know about:

    The penalties
    The drops
    Bad play calling
    Defense blowing two last second leads (despite the offense sucking the whole game)
    Schiano making JFro wear a knee brace
    Peyton Hillis being released
    The offensive line
    Greg Schiano

    I”m sure I’ve missed some, but you get the point.

  3. ryan Says:

    freeman came into the game against the patriots nd took his first snap in the nfl regular season nd i believe he could take his last snap against the patriots as well

  4. bucrightoff Says:

    Well yeah. If the Bucs get to 0-4, there is literally no point to sticking with Freeman. He’s almost certainly not coming back at that point, the season is all but lost and you gotta start being forward looking. I don’t think Glennon gives the Bucs a better chance to win right now, but he’s going to be on the roster next year and Josh won’t. Might as well see if Glennon could be a starter, and if not, at least you’ve seen actually reps to decide that and can look for a guy in the draft. Lots of quality QBs in this draft.

  5. Raphael Says:

    Wonder if the drops and penalties will happen if Glennon plays ?

  6. Illuminati Says:

    If we lose tomorrow, and Freeman has another QB rating below 80 (which would be his eight in a row), I think that should be it for him.

    As they say, when you find yourself in hole, the first thing you should do is stop digging. Why continue to tank the season? Start Glennon at home against a mediocre Cardinals team, then use the bye week to evaluate and adjust his game. Then, follow with another winnable home game against the Eagles.

    With two weeks of evaluation, film study, and practice sandwiched between two winnable home games, followed by another week of practice and evaluation, Glennon should be prepared to go on the road and face the division rival Falcons on October 20.

  7. Raphael Says:


  8. BucsQcCity Says:

    Maybe Joe should read its own reader posts.. We’ve been saying it for the last 2 weeks. I’m still hopeful for a win with the defense that showed up against no

  9. Stevene Says:

    Bucs stink

  10. Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    Ryan may be right! Schiano may not wait till the bye to bench Freeman, if he screws up in New England.
    Schiano is under pressure to win to, and if he goes to a rookie QB, it just MIGHT save his job.
    I hope so, I like the way the defense is playing.

  11. Bobby Says:

    No..Freeman is NOT playing terrible. Once again someone who just looks at the stat sheet and draws a knee jerk conclusion. I’ve broken down that last game and Freeman was not the problem. The penalties and dropped passes are far more to blame than Freeman. If we clean up the penalties and Freeman plays only as good as last week, if the receivers hold onto the ball we’re fine.

  12. bucrightoff Says:

    Raphael, the Josh Freeman “Thriller” pictorial is located where in your house? We all wanna know (well not really, we just know its somewhere).

  13. Couch Fan Says:

    Once again someone who just looks at the stat sheet and draws a knee jerk conclusion.


    LMAO yea I’m sure that’s exactly what it is.

  14. Splengo Says:

    This is no well kept secret. Freeman does not want to be here and his camp is already planning for his departure. Anybody who has watched teams prepare during preseason knew what Schiano was doing when he took valuable reps from Freeman and the first team offense to get Glennon ready.

    It just didn’t work out like he expected because Glennon didn’t perform as anticipated. Freeman’s mediocre play and the offense slow to gel due to lack of preseason reps has now forced Schiano’s hand before he was ready to dump Freeman.

    Schiano now has two choices. He can lose with an uninspired, perhaps intentional mediocre Freeman or he can lose with an inexperienced and unprepared Glennon. This change will be made and the big question is going to be whether the team buys in. I pity the fool who would want standing in Schiano’s shoes now. Meantime, the bloodthirsty media is waiting to pounce.

  15. Tyler Says:

    Fire schiano no matter if this is a losing season mind f”””ed your quarterback beyond repair and have utterly seemed as terrible at getting the most outta your player and playing to their strength as rah was with Blount

  16. Couch Fan Says:

    Ira is using to much logic and is actually holding Freeman accountable for his own play. Wtf is he thinking? He clearly has a personal problem with Freeman.

  17. Buc1987 Says:

    Freeman NEVER checks down is receivers. Something I’m sure Glennon learned in Pop Warner.

  18. Bobby Says:

    @Couch… Did you watch the game again? There were 5 bad plays in that game that were Freeman’s fault. I posted a link that broke down every pass. Did you read it? You break it down for me boy genius and show me how it was Freeman’s fault. I’ll be waiting for your analysis.

  19. Couch Fan Says:

    @Couch… Did you watch the game again?


    No I just imagine Freeman stinking it up every week.

  20. Tony Says:


    So a quarter of his plays were bad?

  21. bucrightoff Says:

    Josh Freeman doesn’t make reads period. He has one read, and if that’s not there its dumpoff or checkdown. The fumble last week illustrates that perfectly. He was locked into Luke Stocker for a full 5 seconds before coming back to VJax who was conveniently wide open. I mean who the hell locks onto Luke Stocker? He kinda sucks, but Freeman decided once the play was called what he was doing.

    Now watch Alex Smith Thursday night. Consistently making two or three reads before he comes back to the checkdown or before he runs. 5 years in, if Josh isn’t doing it yet, why should we expect him to just start doing it now? Stat sheet can’t tell you that, but if you watch Josh you see it way, way too often.

  22. Danny Says:

    The Glazers probably told Schiano and the other coaches they interviewed that they had to agree to keep Josh for at least two years to be considered, and that’s when Chip Kelly said “Forget it”.

  23. Buc1987 Says:

    “Freeman decided once the play was called what he was doing.”

    That is the Freeman way. I’m serious. He really does have in his mind who the ball is going to before the ball is even hiked.

  24. John23 Says:

    I really like freeman but if he has to go he has to go and I rather him play whole season than watch glennon I rather bucs draft a good QB next year so many to choose from next year draft >Glennon

  25. Buc1987 Says:

    NFL Network is about to do a story on Freeman, coming up after this commercial.

  26. Stevene Says:

    get a life losers, sign off its Saturday night, go get a life..

  27. Buc1987 Says:

    John23…so you don’t even want to find out what the Bucs have in Glennon before the draft?

  28. Couch Fan Says:

    Some people make no sense Buc1987. 1st round QBs are the end all be all of QBs apparently. I mean, look how good Freeman turned out.

  29. Buc1987 Says:

    They just broke down the film on Freeman’s mistakes. Did you people not see how many times he had wide open receivers where he never even glanced their way?

  30. Buc1987 Says:

    Joe just posted the video. Go watch it remaining Freemanites. So you can see what I saw all game long while I was at the game with great seats and a great view of the field.

  31. Eric Says:

    I doubt that will happen but if it does I’ll be interested in seeing if Dominik takes the slightest bit of heat for drafting a failed franchise QB.

    I’m thinking no.

  32. OviedoBucsFan Says:

    Who will be the bigger bust at Bucs QB….Shaun King or Josh Freeman?

  33. Buc1987 Says:

    I was literally frustrated watching Josh play in that Saints game. I’m serious I don’t think he can be fixed at this point. He locks onto one target before the ball is even snapped. He knows who he’s throwing the ball to covered or not. Glennon can do no worse. Nothing is going to change about Freeman tomorrow either. The coaches have to be seeing this on the film. He really does only have so much time to correct this crap, or fans will turn on Schiano for NOT going to Glennon.

  34. Deminion Says:

    Welp lets see what free can do hoping for the best at this point just wanna c a W

  35. Illuminati Says:

    Two or three more weeks hell. I’m thinking Freeman has one more half.

  36. Doc Says:

    What about this coach and G.M. they hired these coaches. Freeman has never had a coach that has ever, been a N.F.L coach. You can bring, any quarterback in here and it wont work. Freeman will become the patriots back up and We will be here making excuses for this coach.

  37. KEN Says:

    If the bucs make a switch at quarterback at the bye week they will be throwing in the towel this season… I think u have to put that on the head coach. That would mean they have spent and wasted all of the season ticket holders money. I want and think all Season ticket holders should get a refund…

  38. Joe Says:


    Not sure what you are talking about. Greg Olson, Brad Van Pelt, Ron Turner and Mike Sullivan, all coaches Freeman has had, were all longtime NFL coaches and Sullivan was responsible for developing Eli Manning.

  39. snookau Says:

    Who wouldnt be for this???? Glennon can’t be any worse. At least he had a real coach in college and actually beat teams someone has heard of before.

    We turned to Freeman in 2009 waaaaaaay to late at 0-9. If we go 0-4 this season, there’s no doubt it’s time for Glennon. This team is too loaded at OL, RB and WR for it to be this bad.

  40. Adam L. Says:


    “Freeman gives the Bucs the BEST CHANCE TO ***WIN***!!!”

    Sound familiar, Joe?

    You didn’t think of it because you put your head in the sand regarding Freeman.

  41. Joe Says:


    Joe is far from a Freeman apologist. But if you honestly think a third round draft pick with zero snaps in the NFL gave the Bucs a better shot than a guy who has the experience (and limited) success as Freeman, Joe really wants to join you at whatever bar you are at. 🙂

  42. Buc1987 Says:

    @Illuminati ….Bingo!

  43. Joe Says:

    If the bucs make a switch at quarterback at the bye week they will be throwing in the towel this season…

    If the Bucs lose tomorrow, the team is better off throwing in the towel because the playoffs are out of the question and the worse the record, the better chance at Teddy Bridgewater or Johnny Football.

  44. BucsQcCity Says:

    Browns will get Bridgewater, they’re that bad.. I’m hoping Freeman plays good but i’ll rely on defense to win that game

  45. Doc Says:

    Joe, i was talking about head coaches. If this coach bench freemen is it a justification for another loosing season and to save his job.

  46. Doc Says:

    Teddy Bridgewater, and coach Smith, we will make it work.

  47. Joe Says:

    Joe, i was talking about head coaches. If this coach bench freemen is it a justification for another loosing season and to save his job.

    So, Schiano shouldn’t try to save his job? He should walk into Dominik’s office Monday morning and hand over his access cards and office keys?

    If the Bucs lose tomorrow, the season is done. The more the Bucs lose, the better the draft pick next spring.

  48. Old*Skool*BucFan Says:

    Least be realistic. When was the last time Josh Freeman:

    1. Scan the field/his reads
    2. Does a pump fake
    3. Threw a decent pass on the move
    4. Direct a receiver when a play breaks down
    5. Call an audible
    6. Take control in the huddle
    7. Show any pocket presence
    8. Display the skill on anticipating a receivers route
    9. Not throw an INT in a game
    10. Really SOUND confident in any shape or form

    These are 10 things franchise QBs do on a regular basis. Rookies are coming in the league with these types of skills. Josh has the physical skills but not the head for it. Freeman is a Jeff George type of QB, not the same temperament, but someone who can throw up big stats, but ain’t a true leader. I wish Josh the best, I see him landing someplace like Chicago, Arizona, Oakland, Minnesota, or Tennesee. The Bucs owners have some decisions to make….

  49. Architek Says:

    If they lose tomorrow they will be posturing for the draft and it’s a massive failure.

  50. OviedoBucsFan Says:

    SSSsssssshhhhhh. Hear that? Listen…………T-E-B-O-W, T-E-B-O-W

  51. BigMacAttack Says:

    Sorry but I ain’t giving up yet. Freeman was close with horrible defenses and this defense is BadA$$! I don’t see this happening. The Giant won the Super Bowl after 0-4 start. The Bucs can do this with Freeman and they’re a lot closer than people think. I see a win tomorrow but Schiano has to go for it. Go for the win because you’re going to lose if you don’t.

    Defense wins championships.

  52. Adam L. Says:

    Joe –

    I think that if YOU believe that FREEMAN gives the Bucs the best chance to win, that means that YOU believe that against the Saints, Glennon was ONLY capable of 8 of 22 passing at best.

  53. MakaveliTheDon Says:

    The only words I’ll stop and listen to are the Glazers.

    After two more games, they’ll have enough to go on dating back to the start of training camp on what really went wrong:

    Freeman’s awful numbers
    The vanilla playcalling
    Who really calls the shots on those offensive playcalls
    The offensive and defensive penalties
    The preparedness and focus, especially of the offense
    The origin of all the drama like the QB controversy, the leak of the photoshoot and the payers meeting, the Revis dilemma

    I don’t think the Glazers can stomach a 6th year of rebuilding. Someone’s going down: Freeman, Dominik, Sullivan, Schiano. With only 2 games down, this season is extremely salvageable.

  54. MakaveliTheDon Says:

    So, did Freeman’s awful play just suddenly start when the season started? Or did he look like this in training camp too. Probably.

    Then Schiano should have brought this up to Dominik. That we need a consistnt starter who can play now! And instead of spending 100 million on Revis, we could have searched for a 12-15 million a year QB. With money to spare on CB depth.

    But someone dropped the ball along the way. Did we not inform Schiano when we hired him that we are expecting to win now? We don’t have two more years of rebuilding with a 3rd round QB.

    Somebody’s gotta go. And the Glazers will make the right choice. Theyre champions.

  55. adam from ny Says:


  56. adam from ny Says:


  57. chris Says:

    Hey Bobby, you tell me to listen to your pointless articles. Here’s some video evidence of Josh Freeman’s lack of awareness and vision being broken down. AKA he’s staring down his first presnap read consistently.

  58. MadMax Says:

    Just trade him already!!! Get WTF you can Dom….call Jacksonville 😉

  59. MakaveliTheDon Says:

    @adam from NY

    The way Freeman has abandoned his running threat just doesnt make sense. I dont know if it is Schiano, or he just got scared. But he needs to play to his strengths. I do think that Shiano wants a Matt Ryan, Mike Glennon type statue in the pocket and is making Freeman try to be something he’s not. But thats just my opinion.

    Lets not underestimate the Glazers competence. Theyre no fools. Far from it. And I think they understand whats really going on. Theyre able to see waaaaaaaay past alot of these posters on JBF, including you and me.

    If I can trust anyone in this organization to right all the wrong, its the Glazers. They have the ability to kill careers. Freemans, Schianos, Sullivans, Dominiks. So lets hope all four of those guys learn to do whats best for the team. We lost as a team, and we can only win as a team. 7 hours till our turnaround!

  60. chris Says:

    MakaveliTheDon Says:
    September 22nd, 2013 at 12:04 am
    So, did Freeman’s awful play just suddenly start when the season started? Or did he look like this in training camp too. Probably.

    Then Schiano should have brought this up to Dominik. That we need a consistnt starter who can play now! And instead of spending 100 million on Revis, we could have searched for a 12-15 million a year QB. With money to spare on CB depth.

    But someone dropped the ball along the way. Did we not inform Schiano when we hired him that we are expecting to win now? We don’t have two more years of rebuilding with a 3rd round QB.

    Somebody’s gotta go. And the Glazers will make the right choice. Theyre champions.

    Freeman’s awful play started with the Falcons game back in week 12 last year. It’s since then progressively declined. I don’t know what else there is to say.

    He was booed at the night practice in Training camp.

    When I pointed out that Freeman’s play was just as bad as the secondary, people on here ignored me. Secondary and defense seems to be playing awesome right now, but they’re on the field too much. We lost the T.O.P stat twice in a row alreaddy with a 6 minute difference.

    OUr defense, both games, led the offense to scores. Week 1: pinning Jets back inside there 5. Led to a start drive at Jets 40. TD result.

    Sack fumble by mason foster led to a start possession at the Jets 5. TD result.

    Our ONLY drive that led to the go ahead fg: Jets leave Jackson wide open on the blitz (thank God Freeman decided Jackson would be his 1st presnap read). FG.

    Against Saints: Watson INT: Leads to TD deep inside Saints territory. I believe it started in the 30 yard line.

    Mason Foster brilliant pick 6.

    Without having this great defense, I cannot find scoring for this bucs offense, except maybe that Field goal? of our 31 points scored in two games, 7 were scored by mason foster, 21 of them came off of turnovers and excellent field position set up by the defense.

    3 were on the final drive when Jackson was left wide open.

    To me the offense didn’t do squat to sustain anything. They’ve been lackluster, but that’s being nice.

    It’;s the QB. Watch the NFL Network crew break down how Josh Freeman cannot go through progressions. It shows the wide open Wrs that he’s missing because he stares down his pre-snap 1st read. How he’s late with the football constanty.

  61. MadMax Says:

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  62. chris Says:


  63. MadMax Says:

    Why not?

  64. MadMax Says:


    I completely agree, and you posted what I and many others are thinking…..THANK YOU BRO!!!

    So if not Mallet, who? I know we can give Glennon snaps and if he picks up with the speed, we’re golden. But this D is READY NOW! (minus BS play calling missed assignments).

    We need to bring in a vet at this point…..who do you suggest?

  65. MakaveliTheDon Says:


    youre missing my point. If Freemans awful play started last year in week 12 like you said, then why hasnt it been addressed?

    Why hasnt Schiano demanded a consistent starting caliber QB as soon as the season ended? The biggest move he made at QB was drafting a mediocre QB in the 3rd round. Which is a crapshoot.

    Schano and Dominik should understand that the rebuilding phase is done. We need to win now. If Freeman is playing as bad as he did since week 12 of 2012, then why havent we made a move at QB? You wanna know why? Because Schiano, a former DB coach, wanted Revis and Goldson. So if you want to complain about why Freeman is still starting, it goes to the top. They get paid to evaluate players, especially at the most important position.

    So if Glennon starts in a week or two, I’ll be rooting for him. But if he slips up, thats the end of Schiano and/or Dominik in the Bay.

  66. chris Says:

    I hate to point this out too you, but the man upstairs, Dominik, is in my opinion, the guy calling the shots regarding Freeman. There is another scenario and it’s a fair scenario as well. They want to get Freeman to the bye week because Glennon just isn’t 100% ready to play yet. And that’s nothing against Glennon. He’s a rookie who is going to show inconsistency. And honestly, I think there is a 10% chance we see him today. But the more Josh struggles, the higher rate Glennon comes in. I predicted Glennon would be our starter week 6 coming off the bye at 1-3. Arizona is still no gurantee to win. They’re much improved offensively with Palmer at QB. Every NFL team we face this season, has a better QB sitaution than ours.

    Another thing to point out: The chemistry between Glennon and our first team WRs need to be worked on. Josh has a 1 year in this system and he’s already declining. I think Schiano is being fair to Josh giving him more than two games to work out the kinks. If he doesn’t Glennnon will be our starter.

    And to answer your question Manakevlli, or whatever your name is: There are no Free -Agent Qbs on the market you want as your starter. There were none in the off-season. You either find one in the draft or you find an established vet on the trade market or try to find a young guy that was drafted who has promise sitting behind an established starter.

    Bucs did that with Glennon and are hoping he is the guy. But there were slim-pickings last off-season. Glennon has tremondous promise and potentila and is very intelligent, but he may not be ready to take the reigns just yet. IMO, he wouldnt do much worse than what we have. But Schiano has to be careful. If it’s not working with Josh, and we move to Glennon and he proves nothing else has changed, then he could lose the lockerroom, especially on defense, whos done everything they can to help win ball games.

  67. MadMax Says:


    We have another year, or two, or three….Our D isnt pushing 50 yet 😉

    But I agree with many of your points

  68. chris Says:

    MadMax Says:
    September 22nd, 2013 at 7:18 am

    I completely agree, and you posted what I and many others are thinking…..THANK YOU BRO!!!

    So if not Mallet, who? I know we can give Glennon snaps and if he picks up with the speed, we’re golden. But this D is READY NOW! (minus BS play calling missed assignments).

    We need to bring in a vet at this point…..who do you suggest?

    I’m not too big on Mallett. I know its hard to judge him preseason performance wise, but I just don’t see it with him in the leadership department.

    Honestly, I was thinking Phillip Rivers, if San Diego has another losing season, they could opt to go the younger route. But, I think we need to see and evaluate Mike Glennon and see if he’s the guy.

    If not, we go with bridgewater early or this guy I really like, UCF Blake Bortles.

  69. MadMax Says:

    @chris…..even MORE reason to hire a veteran QB (Ryan Mallet)….and not to knock Crabtree since he’s injured (stupid move by Coach playing him like that in the pre), but we need a 3rd option BADLY. Friggin bring back Underwood…shouldnt have let him go to begin with!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  70. chris Says:

    The only thing that is worrisome is the contracts. Clayborn, Foster, and McCoy are all Free agents after 2014. Lavonte David 2015. Can you keep them in tact?

  71. chris Says:

    In all honesty, if we lose over 10 games because of the QB situation, Free is gone, Sully will be gone, Dom will be gone.

    Then it’ll depend on if the GM will want to keep Schiano. Quite frankly, Eric Stokes would be an excellent choice, the head director of scouting.

  72. MadMax Says:


  73. chris Says:

    MadMex, what is it that you see in Mallett? Not calling you out, but I just want to compare notes

  74. MadMax Says:

    There it is…

    Oh Im all over Bridgewater….Also McCarron!!!

    And if we with someone other than a QB with our 1st, we can pick up Connor Shaw (the underrated one from SC)…that guy bleeds soooo much heart…can pick him up in the 2nd or 3rd!

  75. MadMax Says:

    Cant see too much when he’s playing preseason snaps against 2nds and 3rds, but he’s more accurate and he looks off receivers. Plus, under Bill and Brady, Im pretty confident he’ll be a HUGE upgrade from Josh….

  76. chris Says:

    I question Mallet’s accuracy and touch. He was up and down in big games at Arkansas it seemed. His Arm strength is a plus for our offense, but his accuracy is off and on and needs to work on his touch.

    If we can get him for a 3rd, I’m all for it. But you know New England wants something big.

  77. Doc Says:

    Joe, if the buc’s did not draft Glennon, he would not have been drafted. the guy is a third round pick. this administration had a chance to get a back up quarter back,but they refuse.

  78. MTM Says:

    If Freeman is gone next year. The pop star better be right behind him. The Bucs scouting has to be one of the worst over the last 5 plus years. The term sets a franchise back a decade fits this mess to a T. How can a team a team be so thin at so many positions. It is sickening to watch bad move after bad move.

  79. Buc'n over it Says:

    Where is the”rock star” responsibility in all of this? Why is no one holding him accountable? He could have and should have signed a veteran capable back up in case Josh did not pan out, he invested ab ton of $ in wide outs and lineman but not a capable backup to turn to if Josh imploded? That was a terrible mistake, one of many that the so called ” Rock Star” has made…you can probably add Bowers to the list of blown picks. time for a house cleaning of the three stooges…Josh(curly), Shiano (Moe), & Dom (Larry)

  80. Raphael Says:

    I really should put $100.00 on the Bucs to win the SB…Srsly !

    I agree with Adam from Ny …

    I doubt Freeman goes anywhere. Schiano needs to let go of trying to control the offense , take the reigns off of Freeman. .it has cost us several games already. Play to win not play not to lose.

    # winning streak

  81. Raphael Says:

    Lol @ bridgewater here…. 3rd and 6 he will be handing off per Schiano’s orders … You guys are hilarious !

  82. chris Says:

    Freeman’s not coming back next year. No way would anyone be dumb enough to sign him to 16 mil per year. Not a chance in hell when he’s been one fo the worst QBs over the past 2 years, 3 years if this year trend continues.

    People want to see Josh throw more. Please. Only more picks will head our way.

    This team stands the chance to implode. Meaning Dom, Schiano, and Josh, GONE! Coaching staff, gone.!

  83. Raphael Says:

    LOL. ! ^^^

  84. SteveK (MGM) Says:


    Will Freeman play well today? Or will he play terrible for 3/3 weeks this season?

    Win time, game time, time to shine.

    No more BSing around with a waste of QB space.

  85. MadMax Says:

    @chris, we dont have a 3rd…..but at this point I’ll commit a 2nd