Freeman Fails Opening Test

October 22nd, 2013

It was ugly. It was so ugly good ol’ Chucky called from the Monday Night Football broadcast booth for Freeman to take a seat on the Vikings bench.

The folks at, in a move that rarely happens, compiled a Freeman lowlights video found here.

Freeman finished his Viking debut 20-for-53 for 190 yards and an interception deep in Giants territory. It also looks like Freeman has a rough bunch around him, with guys dropping passes and seemingly giving up on routes.

It’s safe to say nobody is missing No. 5, now No. 12, in Tampa this morning.

100 Responses to “Freeman Fails Opening Test”

  1. terry4505 Says:

    I am still absolutely baffled by this kids downfall… He was inconsistent, sure. But this bad? This is unreal

  2. Chef Paul Says:

    We got closure from our breakup. Very refreshing. The air even smells sweeter. Not excited about him having a terrible night. I’m excited we got closure, just like every breakup needs.

  3. Chef Paul Says:

    HAHA, That’s the best picture I’ve ever seen on this sight.

  4. tampa2 Says:

    Elias Sports Bureau: Freeman overthew his receivers on 16 pass attemps. The most overthrows in a game since 2006.

    Also, I don’t think I’ve seen 33 incompletions before personally. A QBR of 6.1 and the rating a cool 39. That isn’t just bad, it’s embarrassing.

    Rafael – Please amuse me this morning by trying to defend Freeman. It makes me laugh

  5. Greg Schiano SUCKS Says:

    Yes, Schiano sucks but its even clearer now that Freeman just isn’t a NFL quarterback.

  6. Rob Says:

    Josh Freeman is the next Ryan Leaf on and off the field

  7. Capt. Tim Says:

    Ugh, that couldn’t have been pretty!
    Kinda nuts they started him, with only 2 weeks in their Bld!

    Personally, I didn’t watch it, although I did check the score occasionally.
    I also posted randomly- I’m sure I managed to aggrevate the Glemmings!

    Josh seemed like a good guy. He also looked like a great QB in 2010.

    Either way, I really don’t care about the Vikings- or Freeman. He’s their QB now.

    Last night was a good thing. The Giants won. Now, it’s the Bucs and Jags fighting it out for Bridgewater.

    I don’t care about anyone else’s QB problems. We have our own.

    I-12, 0-6. We may not win one all year.

    That’s enough to worry about.

  8. Pete Repeat Says:

    So, what will the Freepologists say now? ESPN team making excuses all night for him. Pathetic. Constantly making excuses for rich, spoiled athletes. They whole point of being a professional athlete is to be able to peform under circumstances, correct? We all have terrible things to deal with. Unfortunately, the “joe six packs” of the world don’t get the amount of opportunities that they rich athletes get. We get a few chances and then we lose our jobs. Period. What is Freeman’s record re: wins and losses. You are what your’re record says your are, correct Mr. Sports talk show host?

  9. Jim Says:

    “Deer in the headlights” look.

  10. lightningbuc Says:

    It’s really not fair to criticize JFro – it is, after all, another new system for him to learn, new coaches, etc. AHHH, who am I trying to fool –


  11. SteveK Says:

    This is why Glennon is our starting QB.

  12. BucsFan68 Says:

    It doesn’t matter how Freeman does in Minnesota; I hope
    he does well. Meanwhile, back here at home, the “Glennon gives us the best chance to win” is not working out so far. The clock is ticking on Schiano

  13. richmondtxbucsfan Says:

    Man, I wanted him to do well to get schiano out but you just can’t fix him! That “deer in the headlights look ” is all to familiar.

  14. Tampabaybuctfan Says:

    “Ritalin….no Adderrall….no Ritalin….no Adderrall….no Ritalin….no Adderall… hell with them….just bring me some Imodium & Xanax.” (Joshua Tyler Freeman)

  15. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    Freeman will make roughly 20 times Russell Wilson’s salary this year.

    He needs to give his agent a huge bonus.

  16. SteveK Says:

    11m man can’t even complete passes better than a coin flip.

  17. MadMax Says:

    I told you!!!

    Whats the excuse this time freemanites…..oh, thats right, its a new system, he needs time……pshh………..

  18. ManiacBuc Says:

    I hope this is finally a wake up call to everyone that Freeman is not a good QB. He would make a good backup but that’s it. He can’t read defenses and he can’t make accurate throws on a regular basis. This is not a surprise as he was horribly inaccurate at K-State also. Freeman really only had one good year and even that year I remember opposing defenses dropping multiple interceptions and lots of tipped or juggled passes that we caught. Time to move on. Glennon is not the answer but it’s hard to argue he hasn’t been an upgrade over Freeman.

  19. Tampabaybuctfan Says:

    ESPN…making excuses for Freeman like….they’re not used to a tall QB throwning them passes…
    Say what you will about Glennon…but there is no way if he were in that game that he would have performed that poorly.
    Now we can truly move on.

  20. joseph mamma Says:

    Freeman made that game unwatchable, like he has so many Buc games.

  21. ElioT Says:

    Good lord he looks geeked out of his freaking mind in that picture. Adderall is one hell of a drug!

    Almost felt bad for Vikings fans watching that garbage last night.

    At least we have a few days to bask in that fail job before the Panthers smash our boys on Thursday night.

    Go Bucs! Be gentle…

  22. Patrick in VA Says:

    So, we’ve all seen that it was the right move to step away from a downward trending QB. Can we make this the last we have to follow this guy. We certainly have enough going on in Tampa without having to follow this guy’s drama as well

  23. Bucnjim Says:

    Loved Gruden’s commentary! He didn’t sugar coat Freeman’s play nor did he make excuses for it. Some people thought he would give Freeman all kinds of props, but for someone who loves almost every player he was showing no love at all.

  24. SteveK Says:

    Watching the Viking offense was sad, the kind of sad that had been lurking around here since we went to London in 2011.

    “Factory of Sadness”- #It’s a Yucks Life.

  25. thomas Says:

    So what he’s not here anymore. Does that help you lost to Az. and Atl. he didn’t play in those games and doesn’t play tor the Buc’s. They still can’t win a game , so who care’s about what he did move on. And let’s lose some more games with the GREAT OZ.

  26. Ian P. Says:

    I watched the first half and it was more of what we are used to – overthrows, putting the ball into the dirt, or just out of bounds. His accuracy was terrible. It seemed like he was at least picking the right receiver to throw to, but he just couldn’t deliver the ball where it needed to be.

  27. Paul Says:

    BucNation is the biggest Freebow lover there is. Haven’t even put up an article yet, but i bet it’ll be full excuses for Freeman.

  28. MTM Says:

    Freeman will be out of the league in 2 yrs and will be prepping for his ESPN 30 for 30 segment on fallen QB’s in the NFL. It seems impossible for a QB to regress this far. Somethings not right with his head.

  29. Chef Paul Says:

    “Watching the Viking offense was sad, the kind of sad that had been lurking around here since we went to London in 2011”

    I remember about three weeks after that game, we were playing badly, and Joshy was using jet lag as an excuse…. Three weeks later. He must still have jet lag from that London game.

  30. bucrightoff Says:

    Whether he knows the playbook or not has nothing to do with how many times he wasn’t even close to hitting receivers, and I only saw the last 10 minutes of the game. I’d imagine since he was under 40% it was like that all game. Josh will have a long career as a backup so he’ll be alright.

  31. Bobby Says:

    @Thomas….we may be losing but it’s nice to not have to blame the QB. It’s nice to hear a QB take responsibility for a sack fumble. It’s nice to see steady progression. It’s nice to hear a QB snap at the media when they question his accuracy on the long ball and fire back “I have complete confidence in my ability to throw deep”. It’s nice to see a QB throwing to a receiver BEFORE they come out of their break. It’s nice to see a QB who actually looks like he’s trying to win. The Great OZ? No that would be Freeman always hiding behind a curtain of adderall and leaking false information, pretending to be something he’s not. I think Glennon is the real deal.

  32. ben Says:

    His qb rating was higher than petersons yardage,pass protection was horrible. He made alot of bad throws. He was under seige all night long. I thought he moved well in the pocket,he threw alot of bad passes but moved were at least away from the defender. I cant judge him legitimately till he has learned the system and got some chemistry. I was suprised they would put him in already

  33. Drew Says:

    The look on Freeman’s face is priceless.

  34. SteveK Says:


    What system has Freeman “learned proficiently”? Maybe Greg Olsen’s?

    What you are seeing is what you get with Freeman. Looks the part, but nobody is home upstairs.

  35. Couch Fan Says:

    I watched the post game press conference. Not once did Josh accept any blame, he kept referring to “we” need to get better. Never once acknowledging his own piss poor play. Some things just never change.

  36. OAR Says:

    Freeman looks more confused than a blind lesbian at a fish market!

  37. givemeball Says:

    Great Call Schiano and Mark!!!

  38. Couch Fan Says:

    A 6.1 QBR? LMAO

    And here Lil timmy Boy was raggin on Glennon’s 19 QBR rating for just the 4th quarter through 2 games. Lol.

    Has anyone ever been benched by 2 teams before in the same season? Lol

  39. PRBucFan Says:

    The Freemanites can start acting like “oh I only really care about our team” now lol.

    It’s ok to try and save some face ahhaha.

    But it sure feels good that Free went out and showed the world what he’s been putting us through most often here recently.

    Except I’d have to say worse lol.

    Those Minnie coaches must be horrible…
    What a true coaching staff huh?

  40. Jeff Says:

    Freeman is awful. We already knew that. Validation feels good, but more importantly it’s just a positive step that we released him.

  41. Couch Fan Says:


    Yup and they were claiming the “haters” were the one’s trying to back track and distance themselves from Glennon Lol

  42. SteveK Says:

    How ticked off is Fran Tarkenton with the Vikings performance last night?

    LOL, “God Awful” is spot on!

  43. ctord Says:

    my apologies but when Freeman was cut from the bucs, I stopped rooting for him to do well and following him. I did not watch the game last night and I hope the bucs were right with what they did. I am a buc fan. The only reason any “buc fan” would want Freeman to do well is to either drive the final nails in Schaino’s coffin or to be able to say they were right and the bucs wrong.

  44. Couch Fan Says:

    I remember this off season where so many people swore up and down Freeman was soooooooooooo much better than Ponder.

  45. Couch Fan Says:

    And about 20 other starting QBs for that matter.

  46. MadMax Says:

    Tajh Boyd is the second coming of Josh, so PLEASE nobody start wanting us to draft him…..uhg, no, just no!!!

  47. SteveK Says:

    Couch Fan,

    Looks like Adam Schein was right, Ponder is better.

  48. TBuc_40 Says:

    Maybe Freeman just needs some Ricky Vaughn glasses?

  49. SteveK Says:

    Mark Dominick traded up to take this guy with the 17th pick of the 2009 Draft.

    Watch that first pick, it’s a doosie.

  50. Couch Fan Says:

    I dont know about better SteveK but he isn’t much worse if at all.

  51. Bucnjim Says:

    Halloween came early for Freeman…….Looks like someone scared the crap out of him in that picture.

  52. Couch Fan Says:

    Freeman had more incompletions than AP had yards. LMAO this is going to entertain me all week long.

  53. SteveK Says:

    Couch Fan,

    I am happy we moved on to Glennon. It is not about what Glennon can do, it is all about what #5 failed to do.

    Now Glennon has the chance to win the job, good for him.

  54. danman Says:

    That is josh with only 2 weeks to get ready, just imagine
    what he would do if he had five years. 8% better completion

  55. Couch Fan Says:

    I agree. Glennon will be much better with 60+ starts. So glad we got rid of Freeboy

  56. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    What sucks is not only was that a wasted first round pick (plus trading up), but, all that wasted time when other truly great franchise QBs could have been drafted. Instead, Dominick went on about “All about 5”.

    What a colossal waste of time, money, and missing out on real talent.

  57. bucrightoff Says:

    Christian Ponder and Josh Freeman are the same guy except one can get over 50% completion and one hops every pass while the other can (I think) get over 40% completion and overthrows every pass.

  58. Couch Fan Says:


    This is no excuse for Dom, but Freeman had the entire league fooled with that 2010 season. Everybody. It was the greatest illusion I’ve ever seen.

  59. jo mama Says:

    What franchise quarterback would not be licking his chops at the thought of the defense stacking the box to stop the run on every single play?

    Single coverage on every receiver.

    You absolutely can not blame lack of time in the system, because I saw no timing plays.

    everything was straight routes to wide open receivers, that he flat out missed.

    sounds like the effects of drug use to me.

  60. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    If the Vikings stay with him he’ll do better. All the haters are jumping on this opportunity because they feel validated. But what happens later? If Freeman starts doing well you’ll all make excuses.

    You don’t erase years of bad coaching in a week and a half. You don’t learn a system in that time either. You also don’t get the timing down with your offensive players.

    And most of all, something I would think Tampa fans would get, you don’t make a bad team good overnight by switching QBs.

    You all wanted Freeman gone and you got your wish. Then you blamed Schiano for doing it. Then you mock Freeman for having a bad game. But when hexstarts doing well you won’t eat crow…you’ll say “Freeman isn’t a Buc anymore so who cares?”

    I hope Freeman does well (but not against us). Not because I want to be right…but because I don’t wish him ill. Not in my nature.

  61. bucrightoff Says:

    Sorry BuccaneerBonzai, but none of that explains 16 passes he overthrew according the ESPN Stats. Thats only 4 fewer passes than he completed period. Thats some of the worst accuracy you’ll see. Tebow and JaMarcus both could get at least 40%.

  62. Couch Fan Says:

    Lol if he turns out to do well then so be it. I doubt that ever happens. I can’t speak for everyone but I am enjoying this not because he sucked for us but because of how he left. He acted like a cry baby loser that went on national TV less than 24 hours after being benched to lie through his teeth all in an effort to jeopardize any trade value he had and force the Bucs to cut him…

    He thinks he’s entitled to a starting job. He wanted a starting Job directly handed to him, well he now got what he wanted. He disserves every bit of this.

  63. Eric in DC Says:

    It’s time to look back to the start of 2009 and admit that the Bucs’ organization didn’t have a plan after firing Gruden (don’t roll your eyes). Morris is named head coach and then reaches in the draft to get Freeman, not to mention the Coordinator nightmare to start that season. Why mention this? Nothing positive resulted from the Gruden firing. Maybe the Glazers don’t know how to find coaches. Dungy was a gift. Think back to that time. No one was interested in hiring a Black head coach. After Dungy, the Glazers courted Parcells, after Morris – Chip Kelley. If/when Schiano is fired, Bucs’ fans need to get on their knees and pray to a higher power that the Glazers are gifted another head coach. Otherwise, it will be the 1980’s for the foreseeable future.

  64. Biff Barker Says:

    I am by no means making excuses for our GM or coaching staff, they all have punched their own ticket to elsewhere, but this is the only bright spot of the entire Buccaneer season.

  65. Couch Fan Says:

    Josh “The Magician” Freeman. The world’s greatest illusionist.

  66. bucrightoff Says:

    ProFootballFocus grades out Freeman’s performance last night as the worst they have ever tracked. Its amazing still how many people wanna give him a pass and make excuses. His agent and publicist deserve awards for how they’ve managed to keep the narrative away from the reality that Freeman isn’t a good QB, but its other things.

  67. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    “If Freeman starts doing well you’ll all make excuses.”

    You then proceed to make excuses for Freeman. At least this place is consistent.

    He might have a good game, he might have a stretch of 4-5 good games. Wake me up when he does it beyond that.


    He will always have 2010. But, I don’t think he should have been drafted in the first place. His K-State career showed the same flaws he still possesses. Dominick should have not listened to a first time head coach with zero experience scouting pro players. Terrible way to make your first big signing.

    As soon as they picked him, I looked at his college numbers, and said, “well, hmmmm, maybe he will improve.” I was fooled by 2010, but, I always had my doubts.

  68. PRBucFan Says:


    I’ve been waiting to eat crow for YEARS now.

    Let him complete a complete season without bad josh and I gladly will.

    Right the exception to that rule is 2010.

    It does not fit the norm and that is collectively going back into his college years too.

    Inconsistency is the rule for Freeman.

  69. Couch Fan Says:

    I was right there with you Oil. I hated the Pick and was wanting the Bucs to draft Macklin or Harvin. But I gave the guy a chance and was fooled by the 2010 season. Josh never looked like an NFL QB to me. Even the 2010 season he wasn’t very good to me. Sure his numbers look good on paper but he was awful for 3/4ths of every game. Only difference is he played a lot of bad teams that year and was able to pull off comebacks.

  70. PRBucFan Says:

    “His agent and publicist deserve awards for how they’ve managed to keep the narrative away from the reality that Freeman isn’t a good QB, but its other things.”


    They were masters of making him the victim and getting the world to take their eye off the fact that he just sucks lol

  71. Capt. Tim Says:

    That fact that Freeman sucked, in no way makes Glennon a good QB.
    It just means that we replaced one lousy Qb- after 4 years!! , with another lousy QB!!!

    That looks like a muppet.

    Although, in that picture- Josh looks like a scared Muppet, Too!

    Who is our QB scout, Jim Henson Jr?

  72. PRBucFan Says:

    Glennon is better than Freeman

    🙁 Denial is not a pretty thing.

    But you can keep back stepping if you’d like.

    Atleast your admitting that Free sucks now.

    GOOD FOR YOU!! ahahahaha!

  73. Couch Fan Says:

    Nobody has said glennon is a good QB because Freeman sucked. Dam lil timmy boy you sure do like to make things up just to argue with yourself…

  74. Adam L. Says:

    I really think Freeman throws a “weird” ball. It doesn’t matter who is catching it, balls bounce off the hands the same way in MN as they did in TB.

    He might throw a knuckler or a slider of some sort. It’s so strange. I was literally watching the purple Bucs last night.

  75. BucsfaninChina Says:

    This season is such a fu(king wreck. My friends dont even talk sh!t to me about my team anymore. Just shake their heads and tell me theyre sorry.

    It doesnt matter where Freeman plays this year. He has something worse than MRSA attached to him, and thatis the stink that is the Buccaneers. More contagious that MRSA

  76. Mr. Patrick Says:

    Freeman was a victim of drops last night – By The Giants. They dropped what should have been 3 Pics

  77. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    The worse thing attached to Freeman is his head. And he’s had that before he came to Tampa.

  78. ander Says:

    I didn’t really watch the game but that looks like some terrible stats by a qb, freeman good luck but you got ways to go to become a good qb again

  79. Capt. Tim Says:

    Um, try reading the post directly below mine.
    PRbuc is an agenda Troll. He constantly talks about how bad Freeman was- and then tries to spin it into” So Glennon is good”.
    It’s all he does here. He’s either Glennon, Glennons relative, Schianos son, or Joe- enjoying all the Freeman/Glennon debate.
    I think he’s probably a relative of Glennon.

    Lynch pointed out that Glennon has a “12.5” QB rating in the 4th quarter of the games he started. That’s as low as it gets. Its an unimaginably bad collapse at the end of every game so far. He’s 0-3. And we haven’t been close to winning any game yet.

    Yes , Freeman was bad. So is Glennon. Real bad.

  80. Couch Fan Says:

    Lol show me where PR has specifically said Glennon is good because Freeman sucked like you implied.

    As far as I see he’s only stated 2 seperate opinions, Freeman sucks and he likes what he sees in Glennon…

    Only one trying to spin anything is you.

    Lol you were proclaiming that Freeman was going to light it up with Minnesota last night and you were proclaiming all the people who like Glennon were “distancing themselves”.

    You are now the only one distancing yourself from that trash QB known as Freeman. Lol, to funny.

    let’s not talk about agenda’s because it is clear, who has an agenda… And it’s not PR.

  81. Couch Fan Says:

    Oh and saying “Glennon is better than Freeman” is also not suggesting that Glennon is good because Freeman sucks.

    But hey go head and add your own little spin to it.

  82. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    Glennon has had 3 whole starts.

    Freeman? 60.

    No one is saying Glennon is Brady, but, I will take his passing and hard working attitude over what has been here since 2009. If he fails, then at least we know he busted his arse trying.

  83. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    Glennon has had 3 whole starts.

    Freeman? 60.

    No one is saying Glennon is B_rady, but, I will take his passing and hard working attitude over what has been here since 2009. If he fails, then at least we know he busted his arse trying.

  84. Couch Fan Says:

    Only thing that could top last night is if Schiano gets fired and then gets hired by Minnesota.

  85. PRBucFan Says:

    Keep taking those steps back Mr. Tim

    It’s ok 😉

    REGARDLESS of Schiano or Glennon.

    Let’s play your game for a sec… Schiano sucks!!! Glennon sucks!!!!

    But guess what??? Freeman sucks even worse 😉

    You see??? It changes nothing Troll.

    I loved watching Freeman “inspire” the Vikings as the “franchise QB” led them to a victory!!!! With a “real coaching staff”!

    LoL Keep crying

  86. Tye Says:

    Watching JF play last night I think they should call him “Catapult”…. When he spends his arm around to throw the ball it may go anywhere….

    So VERY ecstatic he is not a Buc!

  87. PRBucFan Says:

    Making Freemanites all over the world eat the garbage they’ve been spewing.


  88. Tye Says:

    Looking at that pic again I think that could be the photo at the time the HC 1st informed the team JF was starting… Cassel look is one who is puzzled and JF shocked….

    Cassel ~ “Who did you say?”
    JF ~ “OOOOhhhh Crap!”

  89. PRBucFan Says:

    “Lol show me where PR has specifically said Glennon is good because Freeman sucked like you implied.

    As far as I see he’s only stated 2 seperate opinions, Freeman sucks and he likes what he sees in Glennon…”

    EXACTLY Couch lol Thanks man

  90. Couch Fan Says:

    I think I had more fun watching Freeman last night than I have had in the last 5 years of watching Bucs football. Thank you Gosh Freeman.

  91. PRBucFan Says:

    I concur with that statement Couch lol

  92. Buc1987 Says:

    I think Minny has a Thursday nighter too this season. I don’t think Josh will be starting by then. I wonder if he will go on ESPN again if they bench him?

  93. DomsAdvisor Says:

    Bonzai what on earth are you talking about?

    Freeman will be lucky to get another chance.

    He is going to be benched this week and relegated to 3rd string. He might even get cut so they can save money by not having to pay him.

    He will soon go the way of Tebow… because he is not a good NFL QB.

    Freeman is done buddy. He effectively blew his final opportunity last night. He blew away tens of millions of dollars in the past month.

  94. Chris Says:

    Hey remember when joe said no way mike glennon would take Freeman’s job ?

  95. PRBucFan Says:

    Want some Freeman numbers?

    Ones not in the past AKA 2010, try the hysterical numbers seen in that link 😉

  96. Tony Says:

    I think Minny’s next game is Sunday Night against the Packers.

  97. thegregwitul Says:

    Here is the difference, Capt. Tim, with Josh Freeman and Mike Glennon; Freeman has played over sixty games and Glennon has played in three. Glennon isn’t scaring defenses right now and maybe he never will, but that is expected of him, he has to grow into the position. Is he the future franchise QB of the Bucs? It’s way too early to answer the question, and I’m not sure if he will be the guy if/when Schiano is relieved of his coaching responsibilities, but he has an ‘excuse’ so to speak, for being a bad QB, he’s an inexperienced third round rookie that is showing signs of progress each week, and that can’t be argued.

    What I saw out of Josh Freeman last night, and yes, I watched every single snap, was unlike anything I’ve ever seen, and I live in Buffalo, so I’ve seen my fair share of bad QB play over the last 13 years up close. Freeman looked like someone tried to teach him how the game of football should be played an hour before kickoff. I can’t lie, as much as I’ve liked Josh over the years, I didn’t want him to light it up. He was given far too many excuses for his pitiful play. Schiano may be a clown to many, but it’s all on Josh for losing his clutch ability to win games and devolving into a sub 45% (!!!) passer who is also a human turnover machine.

    I’ve never witnessed an athlete on any level go from being such a promising young talent at 22 to someone who is about to wash out of the NFL at 25. I’m not going to speculate on the reasons that led to Josh to become what he is, but this is the kind of scenario where people write books or feature stories tracking the decline, it’s that incredible and for all the wrong reasons. What a shame. This is the kind of trainwreck that should result in a full house clean for Tampa Bay, and Minnesota should give Josh one or two more starts before they sit him down for good.

    My prediction; If he continues to bottom out, I see Josh landing back home in KC on a minimum deal with some incentives to back up Alex Smith. If Andy Reid can’t salvage Freeman, he’ll be out of the league within two years.

  98. JonBuc Says:

    As a long time fan and defender of Freeman…he’s damaged goods beyond repair it seems. I realy enjoyed Gruden last night…I think he has taken to heart the critics calling him out for sugarcoating everything and artificially pumping up players…he’s damn funny and honest now…and his Corona commercial was great. He’s laughing last after seeing the two jokers impersonating a head coach absolutely $hit the bed after his firing. I’m happy for Jon and cherish the fading glory of 2002.

  99. Rob Says:

    Again- Josh/Ryan

  100. Rob Says:

    And crack kills