Martin And McCoy Bolt From Locker Room

November 8th, 2015

McCoy mugA couple of big-name Bucs handled todays’ frustrating defeat and their respective rough outings in different but very similar ways.

When the Bucs’ locker room opened to media, Martin was exiting fast in jeans and a polo shirt before anyone could talk to him.

Gerald McCoy took his time getting dressed, as various media types waited for his usual postgame Q & A. McCoy readied himself, and then pushed through the crowd and took off.

That was highly out of character for McCoy, who usually likes to hold court.

Frustration is clearly boiling in McCoy. Whether it’s his declining play or the toll of another year of losing is unclear. Or perhaps he doesn’t feel like the team leader any longer?

28 Responses to “Martin And McCoy Bolt From Locker Room”

  1. Buc Neckid Says:


  2. Lovie Is Dog Poo Says:

    They’re tired of their loser coach, clearly. Can’t wait to be out of his sight.

  3. lightningbuc Says:

    Sorry, but that shouldn’t even be allowed. If we had a coach with half a brain and any sort of balls, he would insist players stay and talk to the media. Lovie has lost all control of this clown show.

  4. chargedcbh Says:

    He is not the leader of this team! Lead by example. GMC has checked out.

  5. Clint Says:

    A Fart in the wind makes more noise than McCoy’s play on Sundays.

  6. ndog Says:

    Perhaps he is now realizing he is overrated as the rest of us already knew that.

  7. KW Buc Says:

    Classy GMC, classy
    That’s not leadership and definitely not reflective of the money he’s being paid.

    Hopefully he sprinted home to look in the mirror

  8. 911bucs Says:

    I’d say Martin is as good as gone next season.

  9. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Maybe losing finally bothered them…..

  10. Simpleasthat Says:

    Who cares right now it appears Winston is the man.

  11. Couch Fan Says:

    Good I didnt want to hear anything he had to say anyways. He was a no show during the game and afterwards also.

  12. Bigbucs1 Says:

    So many of you dogging these guys- get in their shoes you Internet QBs- it’s another game lost, another game full of frustration- McCoy isn’t overrated, Martin will be here next year, just as much as lovie- so relax and buckle up, talk nonsense elsewhere- look at the positives, the offense can at least move the ball and score, Winston looks like the real leader we were hoping for despite being handcuffed by lovie- damn bucs, get on a win streak! Go bucs!

  13. Joseph Says:

    Lovie is not to blame for this game… I’m not a fan but he can’t be responsible for 2 fumbles, a missed field goal, tons of drops, and a terrible redzone offense

  14. Waterboy Says:

    McCoy was there today?

  15. Johnny "America's Commenter" Dejay Says:

    GMC has been the cornerstone of a defense that has flat-out quit on both Morris and Schiano. He may be a very talented player and I’m sure he’s a great person, but he’s Ok with losing and he’s a proven quitter. It wouldn’t surprise me if he just checked out again.

  16. ChessMaster Says:

    McCoy played tonight? I didn’t hear his name once….oh….I am wrong he had a penalty.

  17. Mike Johnson Says:

    McCoy is playing hurt. Just watch. You can tell. He probably just wants to get home to do his therapy routines and rest. Give the guy a break. He talks enough. And Martin was probably just plain ole tired. Heck, after all, they could not get in the hot tub at Buc one place anyway after the game. Pretty boy..Gotta play at 100%.. ASJ got that occupied 24-7.

  18. The Buc Realist Says:


    Why didn’t two media guys stand by the door? You know double team him and I bet that he would not been able to leave!!!!

  19. Disko Says:

    Stop blasting Lovie…he cleaned house the first year, fixed the offense this year and will fix the defense next year. It takes time….the last thing we need is to bring another coach in and start all over again. Next year we can start questioning his coaching if we see the same effort….not this year. Today was an off game for Evans….it happens. Our defense stepped up when they needed to and held OBJ out of the endzone. Koetter however I felt called a predictable game.

  20. loggedontosay Says:

    Well Joe, he sucks!

  21. Tampa Tony Says:

    He will be invisible next Sunday against dalasses line as well

  22. Mike10 Says:

    Betcha he’s been listening to the radio and reading the paper

  23. Waterboy Says:

    Casper McCoy. I feel bad being down on the guy but he has to play better or just sit out and rest his injuries.

  24. pelbuc Says:

    GMC, LVD, Evans are frauds disguised as football players. Way to man up Geraldine. You’re a real $96 million class act. Lovie is allowing this arrogance run rampant. They should bench these jerks at least to prove a point but quite frankly the fans are fed up. How ironic that the controversial one, Winston is the only one that cares.

  25. Mike10 Says:

    How great is it though that we got another/different personality to listen to following a game like this than McCoy. Could u imagine if we had a true, vocal leader on defense. Dam what I would do for some DOg on Defense!!

  26. DooshLaRue Says:

    That was funny Realist.

  27. Dracula Says:

    It wouldn’t read into Mccoys actions all that much. Don’t you people listen to his weekly Bucs radio show? Clearly he was excited to get home and read his new comic books.

  28. Rob Says:

    If he doenst ike losing maybe he should starting posting stats in the sack cateogry instead of just penaltys