The DeSean Jackson Report

December 28th, 2018

“Jason, I wouldn’t have had to have my agent drag the team through the mud if you would have only traded me to the Rams. C’mon ‘cuz. You feel me?”

Yes, Josina Anderson of ESPN sparked a stir the day after Christmas when she reported that malcontent wide receiver DeSean Jackson wants out of town.

That’s the second time in two months Jackson had his agent plant a national NFL reporter broke news that Jackson can’t wait to leave Tampa.

You can see the full video below courtesy of Anderson’s Twitter feed.

Also, Anderson had an interesting nugget that was big time glossed over. She said there is a general morale problem with Bucs offensive players.

Not only does Joe believe it, just look at the way the Bucs offense plays. The way those guys butcher just about every promising offensive drive, it doesn’t take Isaac Newton to figure out the Bucs don’t have their heads in the game much less their hearts.

Joe can promise you if, by chance, Mike Munchak or Riverboat Ron Rivera come here next year, the Bucs offensive line playing half-arse will come to a screeching halt.

You tell Joe if the offense doesn’t appear to have their heads in the sands of Costa Rica or Cancun?

44 Responses to “The DeSean Jackson Report”

  1. Seminole Bill Says:

    I don’t blame him for wanting to leave. He was brought here to be the deep threat that the Bucs lacked; but, the only time we have gotten the ball to him was the first two games of the season with Fitz as QB. And its not all the O-line’s fault. Jameis’ passes are inaccurate, particularly the long ball. So, DJax has been a wasted addition to the team.

  2. Captain Grumpy Says:

    Seminole Bill – Summed up perfectly.

    The O-line has though been poor and unable to provide a running game to compliment the increasingly short passing attack.

  3. Lalon Says:

    That’s the suspicious.

  4. AfrikaThaRapper Says:

    F*ck D.Jackson and that’s from the bottom of my heart.

  5. Larry Says:

    Jackson didn’t come to the OTA’s the first year he was here. Guess he thought it was a waste of his time. That right there should have told the Bucs he is a premadona and only cares about himself. That said: can’t blame anyone for not wanting to play for a loser. The Bucs need a change at HC and probably GM too. The draft will be here in a few months. The Bucs need to get people in to evaluate what they have now and what to do going forward. They are going to have to make some major changes to the roster. Not a lot of money left in the salary cap. The Bucs will be very lucky to be an 8 and 8 team in 2019 no matter who the coach is.

  6. Pete I Says:

    Like many DJAX bought into the hype that is Jameis Winston. Unlike many here on JBF he has seen the folly of Expecting winston to do anything more than Eat W’s and Crap L’s. Why go another year with the Winston – Bucs crap show? He should want to leave, everyone with talent should.

  7. TheNorm Says:

    Ofcourse he wants out. We have a QB that has terrible accuracy.
    Lmao. Cue all the people blaming everything under the sun except the guy throwing the ball.

  8. Bobby M. Says:

    I think the players know Koetter will be canned….and frankly he’s a good coach that simply got dealt a bad hand. Between Licht’s incompetence in building the roster and Winston’s series of distractions, Koetter has been trying to make chicken salad out of chicken….Top be top 5 at anything with all this team has encountered this year, is an accomplishment. Koetter will move on and continue coaching somewhere, as will Monken and Duffner. Licht and Winston….tough to say how much career they have left.

  9. Bucsfan77 Says:

    Mesean DIDN’T get PAID to come here just to be a deep threat, he came here to make the team as a whole better adding another dynamic player that opposing teams should of had to plan for. Let’s be real here, he hasn’t been a #1 WR for a while, and best place to use him would be to bounce between #2 and slot while flipping him and Godwin around depending on match ups. To justify his me first prima Donna attitude be claiming he was only here for the long ball threat is retarded, good riddance and go pad your bank account somewhere else.

  10. thunderchunkyPA Says:

    Here is where Licht needs to be kicked in his ass. He had a reported offer from Houston for DJAX at a 3rd or 4th round pick. He says oh no we are win now. Time to clean house, so many BAD decisions, wasted draft picks, and more last place finishes.

  11. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I really hate to break the news to Djax…..but he is leaving whether he wants to or not.
    We simply don’t need an overpriced WR on this roster….particularly one who is a malcontent.

    I’d like to get a draft pick for him. Hopefully, there is a team out there that doesn’t want to have to compete with others to get him.

  12. Buc believer Says:

    In every single picture of Jason Gump he looks like he is either missing or has an extra chromosome…. I havnt figured out which yet.

  13. Bucsfan77 Says:

    Bichon was not brought here just to be a long ball threat let’s be real he has never been a number one in a long time so he’s not going to Warrant the majority of the targets. I understand his motivation is career is coming to an end so he wants to Pat his numbers to make a run for the Hall of Fame. the best way to have used him was to bounce him between the outside and slot to stretch the field or have him do a quick across the middle route. That way you can use his speed take advantage of mismatches depending on who you’re playing against.

  14. DC_BUCS_FAN Says:

    WR’s are DIVAS PERIOD…Let Mike not get his targets he wouldn’t be happy either. DeSean’s a cancer what a joke the culture of the Bucs for the past decade is the cancer. He didn’t come to the media and request a trade, they keep this circus going.

  15. Bucs fan #7423 Says:

    Ok I’m really digging chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy to be our next head coach!

    He can use djax speed (tyreek hill)

    Bring in a different quarterback to compete with Jamies and hire a great defensive coordinator

    O yeah and fire Licht!!

  16. The Buc Realist Says:

    Its a shame that the buc’s don’t have an average QB that can throw an accurate ball!!!!!!!! Djax has sat for weeks and the offense looks like garbage!!!!!!!! Can’t wait until next year, when the sheep are crying for “speed” and a “deep threat”!!!!!!!!!!!

    Go Bucs!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ Realist…

    We don’t need a deep threat…..we need someone who can convert a 3rd and 1 or 2.

  18. Bucsfanman Says:

    A “morale” problem on offense?! Let the speculation commence.

  19. Ndog Says:

    Seminole Bill Says:
    December 28th, 2018 at 5:15 am
    I don’t blame him for wanting to leave. He was brought here to be the deep threat that the Bucs lacked; but, the only time we have gotten the ball to him was the first two games of the season with Fitz as QB. And its not all the O-line’s fault. Jameis’ passes are inaccurate, particularly the long ball. So, DJax has been a wasted addition to the team.

    Just wondering did Jameis start every game after week 2?

  20. AlteredEgo Says:

    Because they have Jamyth crammed down their football livelyhood throats……we only see 1% of Jameis and that is one game day…..THEY know the unglossed over Jamyth

  21. Mikey Macfly Says:

    The guy is a one trick pony/ thug! Anyone defending him is an idiot

  22. TheNorm Says:


    Just wondering why after 4 years your boy can’t hit a deep pass to save his life?

  23. Not there yet Says:

    General morale problem with bucs offensive players. Dirk does nothing else and he can’t even get that right. Yea now I believe the Glazers did decide to move on months ago. I’m sure the Licht had to report back to them about d jack. He’s just a soft coach and can’t handle big personalities so everyone is underperforming. Bye dirk I’m about over the stories of how the Glazers wasted a year of salary cap and players on you. Below average coach at best and so is his staff. You can see by how Buckner talked to his players in the offseason we aren’t used to those type of coaches around here which is why the players are so soft and finesse

  24. Not there yet Says:

    I would love to see the look on Jason lichts face when glazers ask if you were having these issues why didn’t you trade Jackson. It’s going to take him a few minutes to start answering that question unless he says Dirk said he would take care of it. Glazers ask how did we end up with chris Baker the laziest player from the redskins then after that end up with the biggest diva on the redskins. Why didn’t you just go out and draft a speedy receiver? Licht uh well I was looking for a kicker and a special teams ace instead😂😂😂😂

  25. Hodad Says:

    Licht has to take the lion’s share of the blame here. It’s hard to coach the like’s of D Jax, and Swaggy Baker. We saw first hand what a turd Baker was on hard knocks, and now the reports are surfacing on Jax on what a gem he was in the locker room. We need a G.M. who can get it right in the draft, and free agency.

  26. Architek Says:

    Who cares – this all is a clown show!

  27. Destinjohnny Says:

    When Rudy Stein is your Qb throwing it over the back stop, it’s hard to stay motivated

  28. 813bucboi Says:


    wrong as usual……

    the problem is dirks outdated 4vert offense and the lack of adjustments!!!!!!!!…

    the problem is dirk’s inability to develop young players like spence and rojo!!!!!!!!…..

    the problem is dirks scheme is extremely predictable!!!!!!!…..

    and when winston got benched for fitz, he couldnt hit the deep ball either!!!!!!…..the bucs have 2 QBs that had lots of TO’s!!!!!!….at some point, you have to hold the coach accountable for what type of system he’s running!!!!!!….something you’ve failed to do with this staff!!!!!!…..

    cant wait until 01/01/19!!!!!!!!…..make sure you have your back brace and lift with your knees!!!!!!!…..dirk’s going to need your help packing that U-HAUL!!!!!!!!!!

    KRIS RICHARD 4 HC!!!!!!


  29. George Says:

    I don’t understand why didn’t the Bucs trade him mid-season?

  30. Buc believer Says:

    @George…. easy to answer your question…. look who the PUCK is the GM!!! Dudes a MORON!

  31. OneBucPerson Says:

    Joe I’m pretty sure Rivera has already been confirmed to be returning in 2019 to the Pussycats, sad to say.

  32. Bucsfan3 Says:

    DeSean Jackson is a self-absorbed TO. He had no aspirations to play a TEAM sport but more a self-glorified individual stats game. WINS don’t matter to him, so why do I see fans defending him? He does not want for the team what all of us fan-men of the BUCS want – WINS.

  33. Jameis Almighty! Says:

    Idiot fans blaming Jameis. Stupid people you are. MeJax sucks and should’ve never been a Buc. Another Licht special! Firreeeee Licht!

  34. Lord Cornelius Says:

    Realist is lost.

    Let’s examine the idea that Winston held Djax back. We did have another QB right?

    Let’s put context to Fitzpatrick. The first 2 weeks of this season were the best games of his entire life. Period.

    And in those 2 games he got 150-200+ yards and 3 TDs on 3 long TDs passes between Evans/Djax. And passes where they had huge separation. That isn’t normal or sustainable at all lol.

    Beyond those first 2 games – Djax basically went quiet regardless of who the QB was. Fitz started in 4 other games where he sh1t the bed hard.

    And if you recall – the tweet of Djax that enraged people was him agreeing with some dude on twitter THAT HE WASN’T BEING USED PROPERLY. I.e. Scheme not QB.

  35. Couch Fan Says:

    We got some of the dumbest fans in the league here. So its ok not to try hard because you arent catching the ball enough? Its not as if the QB wasnt trying to get him the ball…. So stupid. Get this bum out of Tampa please. And while were at it the moronic fans who think like this can go with him.

  36. Cgmaster27 Says:

    I love the fantasy land some bucs fans live in. After week 2 fitz could not complete 1 long pass to meseasn, so let’s stop pretending he was dropping dimes to him all season. And Jameis has no problems hitting anyone else deep.

  37. BucsFanSince1976 Says:

    Architek is spot on , it does not matter until you end this CIRCUS. TONY DUNGY is the ANSWER. DUNGY will restore SANITY and CLARITY to decision making for this franchise and rebuild it in short order. FIRE EM ALL and bring back TONY DUNGY as PRESIDENT of FOOTBALL OPERATIONS.

  38. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Cgmaster27 Says:
    “And Jameis has no problems hitting anyone else deep.”



  39. BucsFanSince1976 Says:

    If you want SANITY and CLARITY and sound decision making , bring back TONY DUNGY as PRESIDENT of FOOTBALL OPERATIONS with TOTAL CONTROL. This is only complicated if you are STUPID.

  40. Bucsfanman Says:

    Cgmaster27 and Demon-
    “And Jameis has no problems hitting anyone else deep.”

    Well, I agree and disagree. He has certainly dropped some beauties on Evans of late but he has also missed equally. Also, there were some plays to be had against Dallas where, if hit in stride, Evans is dancing in the endzone.
    It is incredibly odd how that chemistry was so “off” with DJax.
    And about that deep ball. I ‘d like to see more short and intermediate stuff that allows the play-makers to make plays, let them get a running start. This is where I advocate that we misused Jackson the MOST.

  41. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Bucsfanman Says:
    “It is incredibly odd how that chemistry was so “off” with DJax.
    And about that deep ball. I ‘d like to see more short and intermediate stuff that allows the play-makers to make plays, let them get a running start. This is where I advocate that we misused Jackson the MOST.”


    Agree with you completely, my friend, on misusing DJax on the short and intermediate stuff….. where you spring him loose with the route.

    As far as the misconnection with JW and DJax, I think it was literally that, a disconnect. – DJax was frustrated that JW missed a few… threw his tantrums and over time, just got into Jameis’ head. The confidence to put it on the money to Djax, just became lost at that point.

  42. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    and by the way, if I am RIGHT on that last point…..

    than yes, it means Jameis will need to toughen up a bit more, and not let a guy get in his head.

    Can you imagine Big Ben? – He would say “screw you and your tantrum… I am drilling you between the numbers on the next one.”

    Maybe JW needs a little more of that. He is still finding who he ultimately will be. Hopefully it will be here when he is the full package.

  43. Jmarkbuc Says:


    ‘Can you imagine Big Ben? – He would say “screw you and your tantrum… I am drilling you between the numbers on the next one.”

    You would have to be accurate enough to make that happen…to make that happen.

  44. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Yes you might be right, Jmarkbuc, and I definitely am familiar with your thoughts on JW.

    We will see. Fitz has said that he had “no where near” the deep ball accuracy early in his career that he would find later.

    I think it is a bit of a mindset. JW may still find that long ball touch.