Koetter Calls Friday A 10-90 Day

August 3rd, 2018

There are winners and losers every day in training camp. A head coach has to keep a balanced mentality.

However, today was very much a tilted affair.

Dirk Koetter’s offense came up short big time. The coach said it was a “10-90” percentage swing in favor of the defense.

“No, it was not a sharp day for the quarterbacks (laughs). It was not a sharp day for the offense in general,” Koetter said.

You can read Joe’s practice notes later. The defense racked up its share of Ws and continues to play with its share of swagger. It’s a very lively bunch. It helps to have a lot of young legs at linebacker and cornerback, along with great competition on the defensive line.

Yeah, it’s practice.

Joe is fired up for the first preseason test in six days, when reality will slowly start to come into better focus.

10 Responses to “Koetter Calls Friday A 10-90 Day”

  1. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Maybe, just maybe our defense is very good…..not a bad offense….let’s hope that’s what is going on.

  2. WestminsterCoBucsFan Says:

    Gonna need more explosive plays

  3. Evolvingbucsfan Says:

    Could use some creative plays in the end zone, just saying, haven’t seen many in a few years !!

  4. destinjohnny Says:

    I tell ya, I wonder if we should have taken Rosen.
    James is never going to be a top 10 QB due to him being inconsistent.
    Can we win long term with the 15-20th best qb?

  5. DB55 Says:

    I’ve heard it all before


  6. 813bucboi Says:

    sounds like dirk has the offense in mid season form….starting slow….cant score in the red zone….

    where’s the guru?……


  7. BucsFan90 Says:

    Koetter is losing confidence in Fitz. We all knew this was coming

  8. Defense Rules Says:

    BucsFan90 … “Koetter is losing confidence in Fitz. We all knew this was coming.” Strange, don’t remember Koetter ever saying that. Thought Joe wrote that Dirk said “No, it was not a sharp day for the quarterbacks (laughs).” QuarterbackS … sounds plural.

  9. Howard Cosell Says:

    Winston is twice the QB that Fitz is.

    It just is what it is.
    Letting Winston go would be the stupidest possible move…
    ..but then again it is a Bucs Life right?…

  10. Trench War Says:

    How about some trickery once in awhile? Like a half back option pass to the QB. All the end line and fades to the corner are easily defended when the defense knows what’s coming. We need to be less predictable.