Joel Glazer Comments On Gerald McCoy Bashers

March 25th, 2016
Team Glazer weighs in

Team Glazer weighs in

Ridiculous quantities of hate are hurled at Gerald McCoy from some fans and media.

It even gets to McCoy personally, as evidenced by his Twitter commentary four weeks ago.

Joe will never get why some fans are filled with rage. Is it because McCoy doesn’t play like a Hall of Famer? Ok, he’s not, but he’s made the Pro Bowl the past four seasons and is consistently honored annually by his peers in the NFL Network Top-100 players. Count the best defensive tackles in the game on one hand and McCoy gets a finger. There’s really no argument.

The Custodian of Canton, eye-RAH! Kaufman of The Tampa Tribune, enjoyed private time with Team Glazer this week at the NFL Owners Meetings in Boca Raton. Kaufman chose to ask Joel Glazer about this McCoy phenomenon, and Glazer delivered a powerful response.

Q. Why do some Bucs fans seem to enjoy taking potshots at Gerald McCoy?

A: Here’s what I know – Gerald’s a tremendous player and a tremendous person in the community. Gerald is a tremendous teammate. When I talk to fans, the vast majority appreciate the effort and what he does on and off the field. As an organization, we’re lucky to have someone like Gerald. He gets recognized year-in and year-out by his peers. I think there are 31 other teams that would love to have a Gerald McCoy. Whenever you’re not winning, people are going to look at everything. When you’re winning, food tastes better, everyone is happier. From our standpoint, we’re very proud what Gerald’s done.

Glazer is on the money. The misguided McCoy hate is about losing. Sadly, McCoy is the smiling face of a franchise working on five consecutive seasons in the NFC South cellar.

Expect the shots at McCoy to continue until the Bucs make the playoffs and/or or he cranks out a monster season that puts him in the conversation for defensive player of the year.

It’s unfair, but that’s the reality.

Programming note, Joe has published three takes from a 1-on-1 session with Glazer this week. You can find the links here. More will be unveiled in the coming days.

75 Responses to “Joel Glazer Comments On Gerald McCoy Bashers”

  1. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    31 other teams would love to have GMC…..that says it all. It’s time for us to give our better players some help…..we are starting to see that with Smith & Marpet on the line….and Kwon at MLB…..let’s keep it up.

  2. tmaxcon Says:

    mccoy needs to stay healthy and produce for all 4 qtrs each sunday and the so called haters will disappear. he makes elite money yet his play is not elite which opens up the door for all the criticism. i don’t care about all the bs about him helping up players but it does irritate the hell out of me that he seems to accept losing with a smile. too many video clips prove this. I don’t expect everyone to take losing as hard as the Messiah but I also don’t expect the joy and acceptance that mccoy and his mentally weak defenders have demonstrated the last couple of years.

  3. dreambig Says:

    I don’t agree with those that bash McCoy but its not really a mystery as to why they do it. McCoy is a solid player who we are lucky to have but he is not Sap. He is not blowing up the other team when it counts the most and at times he disappears during games. Fans are looking for the next Sap to cheer for. So far it looks Like Kwon is our next best bet for a player who takes it to the next level when the game is on the line.

  4. The Buc Realist Says:

    It does not help that he is easier to hook GMC to rage on social media than it was when I would just say “sheep” last year on JBF!!!!!!

  5. dreambig Says:

    lol, I said I didn’t agree with people who bach McCoy and then I did it for a paragrah. He has made the pro bowl 4 times. No one else we have can make that claim, for that reason alone he should be a home town hero and we should get off his back. We need more talent on Defense to help.

  6. dreambig Says:

    We also need more players on defense with the eye of the tiger and hate to lose. A defense with mental toughness that does not quit because there was a penalty on the opening offensive play of the opening game.

  7. The Buc Realist Says:

    Articles like this make me miss the Greatest Commenter the JoeBucsFan has ever had!!! The Seven Time life Banned! The Living Legend!! Thomas2.2

    throwback Fri??????

  8. Walter Says:

    People just want MORE, but for some reason aim that desire at one of our most productive players. Doesn’t make sense, but people don’t make sense. No consistent pressure from our DE’s, but all the blame goes to the key cog in our interior defensive lineman that lead the league in sacks by DT’s. Unbelievable

  9. DB55 Says:

    Ha Realist, somethings never change.

    @Geraldini93: Good work with @QBKILLA today. Schooled us in the meeting room and on life. “Worst 3 Words you can say is “I Got It” you never have it.” … Keep working. Witnessed greatness. @QBKILLA true professional. True legend!! Future HOF. Much love for the knowledge. Buying into all of it!

    I would replace “I got it” with “You like that?” #worst3words

  10. Buc1987 Says:

    Dreambig….that’s thing man like Tmax said. He doesn’t have that eye of the tiger.

  11. Buc1987 Says:

    Ha ha ha ha Realist.

    Everyone click the link Realist posted and read Thomas 2.2’s posts about McCoy from 5 years ago and see if he was right.

    I say he nailed it!

  12. LifeOfABucFan Says:

    dreambig Says:

    March 25th, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    I don’t agree with those that bash McCoy but its not really a mystery as to why they do it. McCoy is a solid player who we are lucky to have but he is not Sap. He is not blowing up the other team when it counts the most and at times he disappears during games. Fans are looking for the next Sap to cheer for. So far it looks Like Kwon is our next best bet for a player who takes it to the next level when the game is on the line.


    I do remember at over time at the Atlanta game..his body language said it all…it was not a giving up was frustration that they had to go in OT.

  13. mac Says:

    Injuries have been a major issue with McCoy… He seems to have trouble staying healthy which is sad because he still manages decent production… I think fans are frustrated that he is one of our highest paid players and his production (due to injuries) does not match the compensation… It would also help McCoy if we had any DEs that were above mediocre playing next to him…

  14. Q Says:

    Food tastes better when the product put out is satisfying …. We could be better with a Gerald McCoy who shows up on every down he plays…. Pressure creates turnovers …Gerald is very good against the run but I have seen him get pancaked and beat at the line against the past IMO

  15. Guzzie Says:

    Michael Johnson George Johnson Henry Melton Clinton McDonald (good run stuffer often injured) Akeem spence Howard jones (UDFA) Jack Smith (durability concerns) Daquan Bowers Adrian Clayborn William Gholston I’m sure I’m missing a few defensive lineman, regardless, name one guy on this list that keeps any OC up at night, now explain to me why McCoy is getting bashed, do you see what this guy is playing with, other than LT or Derrick Thomas, no one would be very successful playing these bums next on the same line, give the guy some freaking help already, UDFAs and washed up veterans, or overpaid lazy players will not get it done, next time someone bashes McCoy, feel free to refer that idiot to the list of players above, and them who they hell they think McCoy is, he’s not Reggie White, especially since White had Jerome Brown most of his career…that knowledge son

  16. Buc1987 Says:

    Got friends down here on vacation from Mass…Pats fans. Dude starts talking about what happened with Lovely Smith. I told him about the defense and many other things as well.

    He says ….who do you have on defense?

    I named a few players and he said : Who?

    McCoy was one of those players.


  17. Guzzie Says:

    Even the great Warren Sapp had help like culpepper booger Rice, he’ll even Spires was better than anyone the Bucs have had since McCoy got drafted

  18. Destro44 Says:

    Look I’m sorry I don’t like his desire and additude. That said I don’t think he did anyone any favors trying to play hurt last year. He wasn’t effective and he should have been shut down, but I think he and Lovie realized Lovie’s job was on the line. I hope we get a healthy GMC on a competitive team so we can finally see if he can be the impact player we need him to be.

  19. Pick6 Says:

    we can stop the “mccoy is making elite money” narrative now. he is making Malik Jackson\Olivier Vernon money. even if you considered mccoy “overpaid” (what does that mean when you start every offseason with more than $40 million of cap space?), compared to the lumps who will get $15 million or more in the next year or 2 of free agency, he will be a steal

  20. Buc1987 Says:

    Pick6…exactly…excellent points.

  21. DB55 Says:

    I just hope he gets healthy and gets better players around him so he can stop jumping offsides in the red zone on 3 consecutive plays.

  22. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    “Got friends down here on vacation from Mass…Pats fans. Dude starts talking about what happened with Lovely Smith. I told him about the defense and many other things as well.

    He says ….who do you have on defense?

    I named a few players and he said : Who?

    McCoy was one of those players.


    I fail to see what this proves, except that “Dude” isn’t very knowledgable about football (nothing wrong with that). I’d say he’s pretty well known, or he wouldn’t be a 4 time pro bowler. Ridiculous argument.

  23. unbelievable Says:


    Great flashback! The funniest part about that to me is hearing Thomas 2.2 saying how great Freeman was and how he makes everyone around him better. LOL

  24. Rod Munch Says:

    The people bashing McCoy are just people that don’t know the first thing about football and want their players angry all the time. Also you have people that say he’s paid too much, blah blah blah. McCoy isn’t Sapp, we know that, but he’s still really really good – one of the top 3-5 DT’s in football. Despite being injured quite a bit he’s produced. The people that say he needs to make players around him better, what is the stat, the Bucs interior line produced the most sacks in the NFL – perhaps he is making players around him better. For example J Smith, I don’t think he makes another roster in football yet look at his production when he’s been healthy. McCoy is making people better and is a top talent, people that don’t get that are just people that either don’t know what a DT’s job is or they just yell and scream to hear themselves yell and scream.

  25. unbelievable Says:

    And also, he’s still in the top 5 DT every year, so he wasn’t exactly right.

    BTW Suh only had 10 sacks once (rookie season) and has only had over 8 sacks one time since.

  26. Kevin Says:

    Anyone who doeant realize that loosing mccoy would drastically affect our run defense and overall d is an idiot. Hes worth his pay look at the market. Stop bitching

  27. JP4 Says:

    McCoy is not Warren Sapp. The 2nd coming of Sapp is what a lot of fans expected when McCoy was drafted, and when McCoy failed to put up nearly 60 sacks in 6 seasons that Sapp did (McCoy has 35.5). Suh is closer with 42 sacks, but he’s no Sapp, either. Aaron Donald might be the closest (20 sacks in 2 years) but DT that can put up Sapp-like numbers come around maybe once or twice a decade.
    There’s more to winning than sacks, but many fans don’t see it that way. Defending the run is boring, nobody does running back stuff dances unless the stuff happens on the goal line.

    McCoy is not overpaid for the level of performance he brings to the Bucs defense. If he were the Warren Sapp of today, he would be getting a LOT more. In my opinion, he’s much more of a value for the money than Suh is right now. ‘Phins be so stupid.

  28. Dave Says:

    Give him an edge rusher worth a damn and he gets 10 sacks a season for the next 5 years

  29. Ray Rice Says:

    Unfortunately, this is Aunt Geraldine’s demeanor during the season too.


    Fortunately, this is THE MESSIAH’s demeanor ALL YEAR!

  30. ndog Says:

    You all can say what you want but a #3 overall pick should be more of an impact player than McCoy is. In big games and bif moments he is MIA almost always and that sites nor even factor in the fact that he is not reliable cause he is always “dined up”. To me he is a faster higher paid version of Chartic Darby. Good player, takes on double teams but does nothing when it counts. A before you rip Darby he started on our Super Bowl team and did very well.

  31. Buccfan37 Says:

    It’s hard for me to judge McCoy’s standing here with the Bucs, too many underachieving defenses and coaches since he came here. Those are not excuses. Strange, everybody likes him outside some Bucs fans where he resides as the invisible man in the twilight zone. I understand his doubters.

  32. BigHogHaynes Says:

    Four time Pro Bowler, that means your the best at what you do! A couple more Pro Bowls and he is in the HOF!

  33. loggedontosay Says:

    Why is it hate? He does not perform well. If McCoy was not in the game, the outcome would not change. He does not have an attitude consistent with change the game for the better. I see offensive linemen throwing him to the ground.

  34. Buc1987 Says:

    Hawaiian Buc ….there you go again implying that people actually WATCH the Pro-Bowl.

  35. Buc1987 Says:

    LOOK for me everyone on the defensive line last season and current one is just BLAH until I see what they can do on Sundays. I see no superstars.

    McCoy is just part of the blah as of now. Breath on the QB for once.

    Ayers, Gholston, McCoy, Spence or Ronald McDonald. Blah.

    Show up on Sundays and take that blah away from me. Until then, blah.

  36. ndog Says:

    Also you folks that think Sapp had all this help for many years he had the immortal likes of Regan Upshaw, Marcus Jones, Culpepper, White and Ahonatiu. Those are not elite names but Sapp still did his thing in fact some of his most prolific seasons came before Rice arrived, but most of you like to use selective memory. 1999 and 2000 were his best years look at those line mates and tell me that line was better than the current one. No way they had/have baclsically the same quality players around them.

  37. Ray Rice Says:

    Chuck Darby started because Booger got hurt. But I would gladly take him over Aunt Geraldine. At least I know Chuck will go all in 100%. And nope Sapp didn’t have PB talent on the line when he was doing his thing. He still beasted out. No excuses. All this $hit about giving Aunt Geraldine a rusher is a crock of $hit. No one needs to give him $hit. He’s a professional. He is paid to produce no matter what. I’ve always said… great in the community, insignificant on the field.

  38. DB55 Says:

    Fun fact: 2012 gmc had Michael Bennett on the DL with him. Bennett had 9 sacks and Gmc had 5 sacks in 16 games.

    I would also argue that the Bucs prob had their best roster in years that year too. With Bennett LVD Talib Barber Barron etc.

  39. MadMax Says:

    McCoy just hasnt been exciting. He’s better than average, but we’ve missed on some DT’s in past drafts that I was hoping we would take before giving him that huge contract. Aaron Donald is the #1 that comes to mind.

    He’s above average, and at times can look like a star player. Maybe he needs to save his energy from helping opposing team players up every time he’s out there. Yeah, I really wish he had some dog in him like Sapp, but then again, GMC is the kind of person you enjoy being around during family picnics.

    But the trenches arent family picnics. We need to sign Hardy!!! In a perfect world, some of McCoy could rub off on Hardy enough to tame his wild side a little, and some of Hardy could affect McCoy and make him play meaner.

  40. Mike Johnson Says:

    I’m gonna sorta defend McCoy. if you remember our championship team and the couple yrs before, Sapp had great guys around him. Other defensive Players who made plays consistently. Its been hard for McCoy to give his all and not have much help. I would argue some of his injuries actually came from him trying extra hard. He really has not had the Defensive help with this Buc team. Perhaps with the changing of the guard and adding more complementary pieces, we will see McCoy breakout so to speak. I hope so. I don’t think he has more than 4 good years left. And I hope this new Buc Defense can tear some A..!

  41. 1sparkybuc Says:

    My only complaint is he plays when he’s injured and ineffective. We need a higher calibre player to step in for him when needed. We are lucky to have him and not Suh. Suh screwed Detroit. We have upgraded the coaching staff. The roster is next. We need to appreciate the great players we already have.

  42. BigHogHaynes Says:

    @ Ray Rice: Sapp did have Simeon Rice, if not a Pro Bowler, then he surely he was Pro Bowl type talent, I would say the rest of Sapp’s D-line crew was above average, due to the fact they were a top-10 Defence for years! Clearly help is needed on this present D-Line.

  43. Papa578 Says:

    Hello to all here. I am new to posting here but I have followed the comments about our Bucs for over a year. This Gerald McCoy issue stirred me to the point of registering and commenting. I understand these men are physical beasts and injuries are going to occur. That is not my issue with Gerald. I admit that I do not know what is in his heart. From all indications he is an outstanding person. All I know is, to be great, you must make the plays when the heat is turned up and the pressure is on. That “blood in the water” instinct just dosent seem to be there on a consistent basis with him. I love me some Bucco’s and like all of you, I am looking forward to the upcoming season.

  44. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Hate seems to be a strong word… about disappointed……

  45. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    “Why do some Bucs fans seem to enjoy taking potshots at Gerald McCoy?”

    Because some fans are total complete idiots.

    Watch, they’ll identify themselves.

  46. Pickgrin Says:

    DB55 Says:
    March 25th, 2016 at 4:57 pm
    Fun fact: 2012 gmc had Michael Bennett on the DL with him. Bennett had 9 sacks and Gmc had 5 sacks in 16 games.

    I would also argue that the Bucs prob had their best roster in years that year too. With Bennett LVD Talib Barber Barron etc.

    DB – how quickly you forgot that the 2012 team was one of the worst pass defending teams in Bucs history – and that’s saying something.
    Talib only played 4 games and was shipped off. Leonard Johnson started at outside CB most of the year for God’s sake…
    The Dline was good against the run – but did not get nearly enough QB pressure despite Bennett’s 9 sacks.

  47. Brent bull/buc Says:

    McCoy is solid. Nuff said. He’s not going anywhere either. I hope we can add a stud de to line in draft to loosen up those double teams McCoy gets.

  48. DB55 Says:

    but did not get nearly enough QB pressure despite Bennett’s 9 sacks.

    That’s the point! Seems like the argument is he’d play better with better players around him. He had a future pro bowler/world champ on the line and only had 5 sacks.

    Sorry man, not my opinion. I just love poking holes in all these sorry a$$ excuses.

  49. Guzzie Says:

    Brent bucbull exactly McCoy is the problem it’s the surrounding talent and coaching, injuries happen but it’s not like he’s ASJ level of missing games, he’s not the best DT we’ve had, but he’s by FAR the best since Sapp, to be league wide respected on such crappy teams says more than enough, he rings up 10 sacks this year around better talent n scheme, that’s game over

  50. Guzzie Says:

    Sorry I meant he isn’t the problem

  51. gotbbucs Says:

    First of all, the pro bowl means absolutely nothing. All pro is what matters, and he’ll never be on that team until he actually puts together a stellar season.
    He is not a bad player. My problem with McCoy is how emotionless he is on the field when he is playing a position where you need to have a major emotional edge. He is a gentle giant. I don’t recall a single time in my mind where I think he administered a vicious or rough hit on any offensive player. I would be surprised if he’s ever had a roughing the QB penalty unless it was one of those accidents where he maybe brushed the QBs helmet with his hand.

  52. DB55 Says:

    All pro is what matters, and he’ll never be on that team
    All pro from 2012-14

  53. biff barker Says:

    Ray Rice Says:

    Chuck Darby started because Booger got hurt. But I would gladly take him over Aunt Geraldine. At least I know Chuck will go all in 100%.
    Darby went all out. Every play.

    Honorable mention to Greg Spires and Stylez White.

  54. gotbbucs Says:


    I stand corrected.

    His demeanor still bothers me.

  55. BigPoppaBuc Says:

    I was not very excited about McCoy when the Bucs drafted him. And I’d say he’s been about as impactful as he was in college. It seems to me that he’s just never really turned it up full damn blast yet. But something tells me if these “McCoy Bashers” piss him off enough he just might stop being Mr. nice Guy and play like an animal for a change.

  56. DavidbigBucsFan Says:

    It’s funny how 185 pound weaklings who most have never played the game in any shape or form talks down about and expects so much from a 300 lb man who has to move over 600 lbs of forceful muscle on each and every play. This man has the respect of players and coaches around the league and yet these know nothings spew their garbage based upon the few plays they get to see of him on tv. Unless you have coaches tape that breaks down just his play you don’t know diddly. What people refuse to understand is that when there is only one good player on the line it is much easier to game plan for him than if he has 1 or 2 other good players that have to be contended with. Plus add on top a secondary that can’t cover a runny nose. Of course you call this making excuses. There will never be another Sapp and he’s not even close to him. I believe his faith drives his nice guy attitude but you people wouldn’t understand that.

  57. Mike Johnson Says:

    I agree more with 1sparkybuc comments..McCoy has played at a high level. But we need others to..step in. One man cannot do it alone fellow Buc fans. We need a..Defensive team!! One like we had back in the day. with sapp.lynch/brooks and the boyz. We might not quite get there..But we can get close..I’m hoping. If we do? We got ourselves a straight up..winner in town baby!!

  58. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    First of all, that wasn’t my point. To get picked, you have to be known. Second, apparently you have no clue, because the pro bowl gets major ratings each and every year, and it sells out every single year. Just because you don’t watch it doesn’t mean other people don’t.

  59. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Gotbucs is a perfect example of a Mccoy hater. You don’t care if your facts are wrong, you’ll find something to dislike about him.

  60. carload Says:

    Gmc will be fine , our defense has 10 other players. Buc fans are tired of losing. He takes the shots because of his clout, get the scheme and support correct and all will be good. Our ACDC loving GM is getting warm.



  61. carload Says:

    Gotbucs 1st play of the 12 season against the jets. Blew the whole backfield up GMC will be ok.

  62. PRBucFan Says:

    I hilarious to me that a fan that is critical of his bad attitude this past season and consistent disappearing acts is confused with “hating” McCoy. And yes I watch him particularly most every snap and as some analysts have pointed out he is not double or triple teamed every play and is still stuffed on many of those occasions. Now chalk it up to what you want, if it’s injury yet again, well that’s a troublesome pattern most could agree.

    We can bet on this, his mega contract isn’t for how many popularity contests he can win ala the pro bowl. It’s the type of contract you maintain by consistently performing an an elite, allstar level.

    If he can’t maintain it, for injuries or whatever reason you may come up with that may be valid… He won’t last long in these parts. Not at that contract at least.

  63. PRBucFan Says:

    And yes for his position during the time he was paid it was and still is considered elite money.

    Only a fool would argue otherwise.

  64. unbelievable Says:

    It is elite money. But there’s a whole lotta guys getting paid a lot more who have done a lot less now.

    People sh*t on him cu the team has been terrible and he is (was) the face of the franchise.

    McCoy will never be sapp. But he’s the best DT we’ve had since. And you’re being ignorant if you think the sub par players around him don’t have an effect. You won’t find a single analyst who would say we’ve even had 1 competent DE on the line with him, let alone 2. Of course there is 2012 with Bennett but that’s it. And that was Bennetts first year that he contributed.

  65. PRBucFan Says:

    No I don’t sh*t in the slightest, I simply am being critical of his play.

    I am talking about HIS play not living up to the hefty bill he requires.
    I could care less about other players getting paid hefty contracts not producing cause that has zilch to do with the Bucs.

    Many times when the pressure came off the edge last season QB’s would evade by simply stepping into the pocket where Gerald was supposed to be causing pressure.

    The excuses will soon come to an end one way or the other.

    Either he starts consistently producing and lives up to said hefty bill or they call for a restructure or he declines and gets traded.

    We’ll see soon enough

  66. PRBucFan Says:

    on him*

  67. unbelievable Says:

    See I remember us losing contain on the edges much more often, although youte right there were times the middle was wide open.

    Honestly our defense has sucked for a while, I just don’t see the sense in bashing the best guy on the line when pretty much everyone else is BELOW average.

  68. MadMax Says:

    Why is it that we’ve failed after bringing in some highly paid DE’s over the years who seem successful with their former teams, but cant seem to succeed around McCoy? Im not trying to knock him, but why is that? Could be scheme and Coaching and play calling. Could it be they just really sucked that bad and intended to do so after arriving here?

    Its mind boggling sometimes. But eventually, we need to surround him with some talent or find his replacement. Something has to give here. He’s VERY expensive.

  69. Clw JB Says:

    McCoy is a very good 3 Tech, not a great one. The difference is simple to me, I knew Sapp was going to make a play in the 4th qtr with the game on the line that would positively affect the outcome in our direction…after McCoy gets his first or second or maybe third quarter sack or TFL…we don’t see him again until after the game, smiling in the face of another defeat…HUGE but simple difference between the two – outside of their opposite demeanor’s – McCoy just does not make game changing plays in critical times often enough

  70. Patrick in VA Says:

    It goes back to the branding that Joel Glazer spoke about earlier. It has to happen organically. The branding they did with gmc was not organic. They forced the gmc to Sapp comparisons on us. They said that he was playing Sapp’s role in Lovie’s defense. They made sure that everyone knew how closely gmc was working with Sapp to learn from him. If you don’t want the comparisons then don’t invite them at every turn. Sure, he’s a good player. Let him just be that. Don’t compare him to the hearts if he’s not performing that way because that’s going to get the fans to look at him that way and he’s going to fall short of expectations and out of favor.

  71. Nole on Sat.-Bucc on Sun. Says:

    What PRBucfan said at 2:49a.m.

  72. Buc believer Says:

    A Glazer finally speaks only to defend the indefensible. Dude you should be demanding a refund.

  73. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    “A Glazer finally speaks only to defend the indefensible. Dude you should be demanding a refund.”


    People can be so ridiculous. People don’t even know why they hate the guy, they just do. Hater’s gonna hate I guess. Perhaps it’s jealousy because he has what they can only dream to have. Maybe they’re just unhappy with their life and feel better about themselves by criticizing those that are better at life than them. I’m just glad I’m not one of those people.

  74. PRBucFan Says:

    lol How hypocritical, unless your saying as a fan you have never criticized the play of an individual on the team?

    Get the hell out with that nonsense bro ahahaha

  75. Phil Says:

    I think McCoy is a very good player. I think the problem most Bucs fans have with McCoy is it just doesn’t seem like winning matters enough to him. He talks about going out and playing and having fun. As Jameis has said it isn’t about having fun it’s about winning.