GMC Freelanced?

May 28th, 2019

New claim surfaces

Well, Joe has drama for you to sprinkle into your first cup of coffee this rough Tuesday morning after a three-day holiday weekend.

It seems someone dropped a very juicy hand grenade into the lap of theMMQB chieftain Albert Breer about former Bucs stud defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.

Per what appears to be a Breer source (very likely someone working inside the walls of One Buc Palace), the Bucs got rid of GMC not just because his skillset may have slipped a little but because GMC preferred to dance to the beat of his own Batman vibe a little too much for the Bucs to swallow.

That’s what Breer reported in his weekly “Monday Morning Quarterback” column.

As for McCoy, he’s always been a bit of a free-lancer, which is OK if you’re one of the top defensive linemen in football. It’s less OK if you’re a level down from that, which is where the Bucs saw him, and which is a little more of a problem in Todd Bowles’ assignment-emphasized defense.

Joe has written this before and it bears repeating. Joe senses the Bucs’ move to wash their hands of GMC was more of Bucco Bruce Arians demonstrating to the rest of the team there’s a new sheriff in town and there are no more sacred cows. If players noticed arguably the best defensive player who has been a fixture on the team for a decade can be tossed, then just about everyone is vulnerable.

(Vernon Hargreaves seems to be on the cusp of becoming Example No. 2.)

On the football side of things, Breer points out that GMC simply was a bad fit for defensive coordinator Todd Bowles’ defense because the way Bowles’ defense is used, it would have neutered GMC. So why pay GMC $13 million if he’s not going to be used to the best of his abilities?

The pros and cons of unloading GMC aside, this is starting to smell like inept Lovie Smith revisited. He refused to adapt to his players’ talents and instead tossed guys overboard that went on to produce as starters for other teams while the Bucs’ defense nosedived.

Joe always found this tactic to be lazy coaching. Then again, the Bucs defense has been a slap in the face to fans for too damn long. Joe is willing to give Bowles the benefit of the doubt, despite the early warning signs and past toe-stubbing of stubborn defensive coaches.

67 Responses to “GMC Freelanced?”

  1. Magadude Says:

    Not so much lazy coaching as being stubborn and inept. Don’t forget Lovie spent a year in his basement talking himself into a great new plan and it was going to unfold his way, no matter what.

    McCoy’s antics are good for Hard Knocks and interviews with Kasey Phillips and other low threat engagements, but if he doesn’t produce, he gets the axe. I agree, he wasn’t cutting it the past couple years. While worthy of keeping around, he was worth half of his $13M. Yes, good on Arians.

    The problem with Licht and Arians now is their own stubborness to do a major overhaul if not full rebuild. They know they need to do it, and know they just can’t afford it. I expect it will be full on rebuild after this year, including with a new QB and GM. I don’t expect BA to last the Summer with his health…and of course hope I’m wrong there. This team will continue to not sell tickets and a lot of it will be due to lingering disgust about a QB that has proven he’s unworthy to be the franchise QB.

  2. Magadude Says:

    ^^^^And no, Winston lovers, this isn’t all on Winston. But how the Bucs got here and how he is still on the roster with them building a team around an unworthy QB is a testament…one example of many….to the hot mess the owners and JL have made of this team and how they are looked nationally, and locally, why they command NO respect.

  3. isrBuc Says:

    I still think there is a likely scenario where GMC is the one wanted out. He had seen enough coaches and DCs in tampa and wanted a real chance to play in january.
    I think this sits well with the events. The comments from BA were mostly driven by his bruised ego of GMC not being excited playing for him.
    The no paycut offer by the bucs
    Dragging the situation the way they did, hoping to find his replacement in the draft (Nelson) and then releasing him when his replacement was found.
    I think this is the only scenario that makes sense.

  4. JA Says:

    Lazy coaching?

    To me, lazy coaching is a coach that is too lazy to dump someone that is well past their prime. Lovie cut strings with young guys, like Mark Barron, because Lovie was too inept to discover his talent as a linebacker. Michael Bennett, also young at the time, was a crazy unload that nobody could believe. Lovie wasn’t here yet but the move had us questioning the sanity of the “lazy” front office.
    I was never a fly on a pewter and red wall but I’m willing to bet the new coaching staff watched mega hours of McCoy’s recent play before making their decision.
    Joe, “the benefit of the doubt” you are willing to give Bowles will hopefully become a euphemism for “great move” if this new defense improves.
    And that ain’t hard because it’s damn near impossible for them to play any worse!

  5. Bucsfanman Says:

    JA- Agreed! Feel free to toss Mike Smith into that conversation as well. Coaches find ways to maximize their players’ talents.
    Joe should be ecstatic that they decided to disassemble this ish-show of an embarrassing defense.

  6. Bucsfanman Says:

    As to GMC, again, I can’t wait for the reverse-honeymoon to be over. He’s not on the team anymore.

  7. Morgus the Magnificent Says:

    Makes NO sense to me, Joe. If Arians is a good coach, why couldn’t he address this situation, COACH GMC, and KEEP the best D lineman this team has (had)??? Is QB the only position Arians can (allegedly) fix??

  8. Todd Says:

    You know, I’ve been watching YouTube’s “Building the Browns” and just listened to Freddie Kitchens tell an Alabama audience hosted by Nick Sagan, “What you can’t Believe is the PASSION of the Browns fans. The atmosphere is like it is down here (Alabama)”

    On one hand you have Alabama who has perennially delivered in the “show me” category, on the other you have die-hard fans who have never turned their backs on their team while being the perennial losers of the NFL.

    The Cleveland franchise let down their fans, but the fans never let down their franchise.

    I truly wish Tampa fans would exude similar passion. Even though we’ve been in the cellar for a decade, the Bucs are OUR franchise. Sucks to see half the stadium filled with Team Other Side.

    Anyway, I’m cheering for some unobstructed Bucs fan passion to emerge to support our team.

    Screw “show me”…instead, let’s “SHOW THEM!”

    When it comes to fan passion, I would LOVE to become the Cleveland of the South.

  9. Jonathan Limpchimpi Says:

    Sounds like Joe/Joes are coming around on the fact(s) that it was high time for GMC to move along .com. Even a Batman reference thrown in for quality assurance. 🙂

  10. Wombat Says:

    GMC is not on this team anymore!! This horse has been flogged enough!! We got the player we all wanted 10yrs ago, for $4M less…. it’s time to do some reporting on the players we have here. It’s a new day in Tampa Bay…. again!!

  11. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    The problem with this theory is that McCoy tweeted that he was leaving BEFORE Arians and his staff were hired.

  12. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    So, which is it…….Bowles wanted GMC out or GMC wanted out to play on a contender?

    I guess we will need many more articles on GMC in order to figure that out.

  13. Defense Rules Says:

    Agree totally that GMC was a poor ‘fit’ for Todd Bowles defense. Appears likely that the Bucs kept him as an option (at no cost) until something better came along (someone who probably will be a better ‘fit’). Enter Ndamukong Suh … exit Gerald McCoy. Now let’s see how we like the new play.

    Magadude … labeling Jameis as an ‘unworthy QB’ is unnecessarily harsh. BA obviously sees a lot of POTENTIAL in Jameis (I submit that he wouldn’t have taken the HC gig otherwise). And where your opinion that you “don’t expect BA to last the Summer with his health” comes from I’m definitely uncertain (BA wouldn’t have taken the job IMO if health was a major issue). And BTW, the Bucs ARE doing a major rebuild right now … to the defense & S/Ts. New coaches, LOTS of new players … that’s kind of a MAJOR rebuild. Granted, they’re only ‘tweaking’ the offense for right now, for 2 reasons I think: (1) our offense has been quite productive; (2) they don’t have the $$$ to pay for a major offensive rebuild even if they wanted to. This offense has lots of POTENTIAL in the hands of someone like BA & his assistant coaches. Give them a chance to see what they’ve got BEFORE calling for a major rebuild there.

  14. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Magadude, how can you claim Winston is unworthy?

    Name one Buccaneers Quarterback who was better for this team. Go ahead.

    Doug Williams never came close.

    Brad Johnson got us to the promise land, but that was mostly defense. He never touched the production of Winston.

    If by unworthy, I remind you that the sexual allegations were never proven in either case.

    If you mean his picks? Take a look at Ryan and Cam’s picks. And their yards.

  15. Phil Says:

    I don’t care what the reason is I’m just glad he’s gone.

  16. Todd Says:


    Curious how you’ve arrived are the supposition BA won’t last the summer, health-wise? Do you have any inside medical information or did you just manufacture that as an unsubstantiated opinion?

  17. Licht Headed Says:

    Hope Hargreaves is next…..anyone who follows UF knew that was a wasted draft puck.

  18. bucsince79 aka bumaneer Says:

    It was time for GMC to go. Right move…

  19. down in the dirt doug Says:

    The GM situation is not complicated.GM sensed that the coaches felt that he had slipped a little in skills.He knew that the new coaches would see this on film.He knew that he was not getting 13 million this year from our owners.So he knew long before BA came on the scene that he must move on.The NEW ENGLAND APPROACH WAS LONG OVERDUE IN TAMPA BAY.As many have stated we waited a year or two too long to act on the GM situation.

  20. Ndog Says:

    File this under the category of DUH! Just watch film for 5 seconds and this was as clear as day.

  21. German Buc Says:

    Todd, your post at May 28th, 2019 at 6:24 am was the greatest post in JBF-history! Thank you very much.

  22. Todd Says:

    German Buc—

    Wow. Thank you!

  23. DooshLaRue Says:


    Name one Buccaneers Quarterback who was better for this team. Go ahead.

    Doug Williams never came close.


    He led the Bucs to three playoff appearances and one NFC title game from 1979 to 1982. His 31-34-1 regular season record, and 1-3 playoff record made him the best quarterback in Buc history. The Bucs, who had never been to the playoffs before Williams arrived, had gone to the playoffs three times in four years and played in the 1979 NFC Championship Game.

    …….. so Jameis is still the greatest right?

  24. Bobby M. Says:

    I’ve stated several times…..there are dynamics that exist within a locker room that are built around the highest paid players. When your highest paid defensive player is viewed as soft, free lancing and in general terms, not a genuine leader….Its not going to be well received. When JPP came in, you suddenly had a challenger to the thrown in both career achievements and pay. Rumor is JPP called McCoy out for being soft and that was likely the beginning of the end. McCoy played his cards to his advantage, he can leave on his terms, probably make similar money and pick a situation that suits him.

    I still think McCoy makes the Ring of Honor for his contributions as a whole….He had a very productive career under several coaches that have never been head coaches again but when they run his highlight reel……There wont be a single memorable play where he closed out a game, made a key stop….there’s nothing. Every other Bucs legend had a moment that you can instantly recall. McCoy has nothing.

  25. DB55 Says:

    said one NFC pro scouting director. “He struggles when he has to play square to the line of scrimmage, which leads to him losing his gap more than you would like.”
    Interesting, the second paragraph of that article was some how left out. Seems like it parrots exactly what they “haters” have been saying for years.

    And trust me the scout is being kind, real kind.

  26. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    If you watched McCoy closely in games last year it seemed pretty clear that he was doing his own thing. He would slant one way or the other trying to beat a block and the defense would be doing opposite things. McCoy by slanting or dodging blocks would create a huge gap or running lane and it was obvious that he was not being asked to do this because if so, then the scheme was horrendous.
    So basically you had JPP and GMC doing there own things last year that may have helped them individually but not as a team defense

    You also had Jameis doing his own thing numerous times and the 2 major ones came out positive for the bucs but I imagine a bunch of other times it did not. Pretty sure ARians will bench Jamies if he goes off the reservation and maybe that is what koetter did as well

  27. Allbuccedup Says:

    Suh Mccoy about the same. It comes down too money 9.25 vs 13 mil. You can read into it what you want . Both players have baggage. They both play for themselves and not for the team. You may get a few more tackles from Suh, but all the personal foul penalties will alleviate the extra tackles.

  28. Erik Hesson - Fine Artist - City of St Pete (formerly known as 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans') ***Rhealist, louden annoying, & tminimum are the worst posters ever!!! Says:

    This information tells us that GMC may have actually been the Root Cause of alot of our problems on Defense since he’s been here…

    I mean, what defense isn’t Assignment-based???!?

    Duh!! If McCoy is trying to do TOO much, that opens up gaps and hurts the D almost as much as half-a$$ing it out there…

    I’m sure GMC Meant well, but…

  29. DB55 Says:

    all the personal foul penalties will alleviate the extra tackles.
    Weird bc last year when Ryan Jensen was racking up personal foul penalties most saw it as a positive, setting the tone and what not. But Suh’s personal fouls will be a detriment. Funny how that works.

  30. tmaxcon Says:

    Cancer93 is a poor fit for any male team sport….

  31. Race to 10 Says:

    He’s a bad fit because had an ability to rush the passer but literally sucked at everything else. He gets pushed around in the run game and local media was simply afraid to say it and instead going with the narrative that people didn’t like him because he wasn’t sapp. THAT is a lazy narrative as unlike Geraldine, sapp was a complete player

  32. Race to 10 Says:

    He wasn’t making an example of Geraldine he was doing what the Patriots do and got rid of its top defensive player from a garbage defense of the last decade. Cant erase that stink with the “leader” free lancing AKA getting blown off the ball on a regular basis. Look at it this way McCoy loves he did him a favor versus calling him out all year the getting rid of him before the trading deadline only to watch the defense take off and fly without McCoy.

  33. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    What part of the Bucs not asking GMC to restructure do you not understand?

    You don’t really ask a player to take one for the team by restructuring and then trade him…..the Bucs didn’t want him, period.

  34. adam from ny Says:

    the mccoy gunk in tampa was over…the batman crap, the comics, the kimonos, the red hair, the girlie nickname, the dancing, the whiney voice, the shenannies had to get steppin’…it was time…

    believe me, suh’s motto will not be “to the batmobile”

  35. The Buc Realist Says:

    Its a shame that all the sheep are just starting to “realize” this now!!!!!! Good thing that they screamed to build around she-mc for the last couple of years instead of trading for value!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2019 will reveal answers to the sheep, that the “real” fans already know!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  36. 813bucboi Says:

    lazy coaching is what smitty did…..not develop players in practice and sitting in the pressbox during game day……

    GMC was part of the reason why our defense was so bad….time after time id see him shoot a gap only to have the rb run right behind him…..

    good riddance!!!!!!!!

    GO BUCS!!!!!

  37. BringBucsBack Says:

    This isn’t difficult to believe. What’s difficult to believe is that a defensive scheme would demand that a DT would run himself out of position, constantly, especially on run plays; even in a M. Smith’s garbage “D”. It makes sense, actually, that GMC freelanced. That’s what it looked like at times.

  38. Marine Buc Says:

    McCoy was not good enough to “freelance”. He wasn’t worth $13 million. He wasn’t a team leader. He wasn’t selected as team captain. He wants to be Batman. I’m glad he is gone.

  39. Bobby M. Says:

    McCoy reminds me of Nick Anderson for the Magic. He was a great player for the Magic but they were never winning with him as their top player. Not even close….when they brought in true superstars like Shaq, Penny, Howard, Hill, Lewis, T-Mac, etc…..That’s when the Magic started winning and Anderson was a solid contributer but he wasn’t carrying the team in any remote way.

    McCoy is the same way….very good/productive player but wasn’t elite….Wasn’t a leader of men. He had some elite characteristics….but the package itself wasn’t elite.

  40. Steve Lee Jr Says:

    “Best” defensive player on a team that has had some of the worst defenses in the NFL over the past 10 years. It was time to move on and you know it Joe. I’ll be so glad once GMC signs with another team and the polarizing articles stop.

  41. adam from ny Says:

    mccoy wanting to be batman was just downright weird af…

    hargrievances can be his “boy wonder”…

    in fact get rid of all the guy with funny haircuts that don’t go smoothly with wearing a football helmet…real men have men’s haircuts, that show they are serious about football, and not about “styling out”…get rid of all these milli vanilli looking dudes and their luscious locks…if i was bruce i would have players yanking them down by their hairdos in practice, instead of tackling them…see how they like to get punked in practice like lolly pop queens…

    “if your haircut does look good with a kangol – get out of dodge”

  42. adam from ny Says:


    “if your haircut doesn’t look good with a kangol – get out of dodge”

  43. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Bobby M…no disrespect but comparing GMC to Nick Anderson is such a disgrace to Nick Anderson. Nick Anderson was the heart and soul of the Magic forever. Nick Anderson is such a better player and person than GMC and left everything on the court. He didnt aw shucks when he missed those 4 free throws that probably cost the magic the title. Nick Anderson carried a crappy magic team along with dennsi scott before shack got there…GMC has no where near the heart that Nick Anderson had and played with his entire career

  44. stpetebucsfan Says:


    My son lives in Cleveland and is a major Browns fan…drives to about half their games. He has frequently pointed out to me what your post reflects. He says thanks!

    And of course I agree with your take on what it means to be a “fan”atic. It’s easy to cheer for a winner…many terms…frontrunners…bandwagon guys…that stuff is sooo easy.

    Sticking with your team through thick and thin is what separates true fans…not just Brownie supporters…how about the patient Cubbie fans.

  45. Siege the Bay Says:

    if Lovie Smith was inept what does that make MIKE SMITH and DORK KOETTER??? Lovie went 2-14, then 6-10, then the team went 9-7 the next season under Dork. They were obviously trending in the right direction.

  46. Maze Says:

    This is nothing like the Lovie situation. Your Batboy is gone. Move on

  47. 813bucboi Says:



    and back to back 5win season proves it was headed in the right direction before dork took over….

    GO BUCS!!!!!

  48. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Lovie Smith was garbage as a HC and should never have been hired here..look at his losses as HC they are some of the worst in Bucs history and how in the world can you not be prepared to face a rookie QB and let him rip you apart. That was enough to show that LOvie was inept as an HC. Watch his Illinois team, they are garbage as well and Im pretty sure this will be Lovie’s last year in Champagne.

  49. passthebuc Says:

    Joe. What, no article on why we traded Sapp and Lynch

  50. christopher Says:

    Whoa, I got whiplash reading this column. The whole column is a McCoy bash based on good sources, then Joe turns around and defends him. You don’t pay 13 million to a guy who isn’t that good anymore, and he embodies the absolute losing culture that permeates here. I’m beginning to think the Joes need to identify themselves, because this place is becoming schizophrenic. I hear on here we need to improve the culture, yet the leader of said culture is lamented for no longer being around. White, Suh, & Vea to me are the new leaders on defense. Embracing the old no matter what IS Lovie Smith-esque.

  51. Magadude Says:

    @Bonzai. What don’t you understand about “not worthy.” The NFL’s discipline system, per the CBA, found he committed the actions accused. It is a legally binding process and the NFL said he did it. He was very well one phone call away from being in a lot more trouble with the criminal and/or civil court system. Lucky for him, she didn’t push it. We don’t have to forget he was already sketchy coming into Tampa from FSU. Dude is a moron, not a leader, and could be much worse. Not worthy. Look at the lack of endorsements…sadly, the Bucs are a joke and he’d the clown leading the way. And THAT’s off the field. He’s not proven worthy ON the field. Your argument that no Bucs QBs were better is stupid. That doesn’t mean Winston is worthy. And arguably, at least Brad Johnson and such were available and not sitting off suspended to tube the season early. Not worthy.

  52. Magadude Says:

    @ Todd says “Magadude, Curious how you’ve arrived are the supposition BA won’t last the summer, health-wise? Do you have any inside medical information or did you just manufacture that as an unsubstantiated opinion?”

    I do not have inside info. And I did, I’d not blast it out here. The opinion (glad you are smart enough to use that word, though not sure you know what it means) is not “manufactured”…but based off of publicly published medical history from an old man (67.5 years old). That is, you may be aware that it’s well into the 90s outside, and high stress, and BA already “retired” once, and missed some time before due to health issues. He spends a lot of time during practice on his butt…probably for good reason. I wish him well, but as I said….

  53. Magadude Says:

    @Defense Rules said “Magadude … labeling Jameis as an ‘unworthy QB’ is unnecessarily harsh.”
    Sorry, it’s not. #3 had it ALL handed to him for the taking if only he did what he was supposed to on and off the field. The position he’s in now is all his fault, and the fact that Bucs fans like me who gave the punk a chance for four seasons are still paying good money in tix for a continued losing team–that reflects on him and the Bucs he was brought in to lead on the field…and can’t. So it’s how the fans have been treated is what is unnecessarily harsh!

  54. GhostofSchiano Says:

    If I mention names I get moderated, but it’s true.

    Mcicecream, face of the basement years, losing culture, dancing queen, Cancer93, soft mentality, etc.etc.

    Hardly a fan favorite.

    Pretty sure GMC is a sheep

    Unlike me, not a sheep

  55. Jmarkbuc Says:


    “Joe. What, no article on why we traded Sapp and Lynch”

    You meant to say “released”, right.

    This is the Bucs, man…let two of the best players go for absolutely nothing in return.

  56. BucsBandit Says:


    The Bucs cut McCoy to save $13M in cap room to be able to sign their draft picks and other players. Period.

  57. Cgmaster27 Says:

    @magadude, the fact that you call Jameis a punk proves you’re a lame ass troll. #3 has had it all handed to him? Sure a bottom 3 running game and defense his entire career except one year is really getting it all “handed to him”? Buy I’m sure you’re uneducated enough to realize that outside your distaste for Jameis as a person, and not a football player. But he’ll have a great year this year and us Jameis fans will revel in watching clown trolls like you hate every second of it.

  58. TexBuc Says:

    I love to follow my Bucs

  59. Cgmaster27 Says:

    Heck you’re even a more obvious troll when you bring Jameis up in an article focused on GMC. Tell us where Jameis touched you.

  60. Cgmaster27 Says:

    Anyone with eyes knew GMC freelanced. But we were called haters. Every goal lone stand, where would other teams run? Right at GMC. Hes so far up the gap he overruns the play at least 4 to 5 times a game.

  61. Isaac haggins Says:

    McCoy removed himself from more plays with his fake penetration than any d lineman I have ever seen , By Far !!!!

  62. Mike Johnson Says:

    Please lets move on. GMC is gone. So what do we have now? Who will pick up his slack. And whom will we find to replace JPP? Todd Bowles not Arians plays ball. they coach. We need to find a couple more Defensive linemen. Losers talk about their past..Could/Should/Woulda. Winners talk about being at the ready for all challengers. I don’t hear Bellacheat sweating..despite not having draft choices yearly. And I don’t hear one word from the Rams about losing Suh. You see Winners..already know…

  63. chopshopp Says:


    Did Building the Browns mention the Browns vs Jags game from December 16, 2001? I didn’t think so.

    Passionate fans doesn’t necessarily mean being happy with the product or the status quo. Passion is about having a pulse about the team in good times and bad. You know which fans don’t care about a losing franchise? Bandwagon fans.

  64. Magadude Says:

    @CGmaster….I have said it before, I hope Jameis scores on every play…I’m a Bucs fan, and a punk is what he is…and what he’s proven to be. Yes, he had it all handed to him. Are you that dense? He got in on a first overall pick that many old players and hometown guys like me…many NFL football people questioned. He was given team captainship. He walked on as a starting QB where other QBs have to get in line. Yes, he had it all handed to him, and he threw it away. I realize you may have a reading comprehension problem and that’s not your fault, but if you go back and read what I wrote, Joe’s article was also about Lovie and being lazy, and I pointed out it was about stubborness and bad decisions, including trying to build around a QB that is unworthy, which was Lovie and now probably these guys, and the team is a hot mess. Laziness, bad decisions, lt GMC go, keep him, and moving forward. Read, understand, learn. Given what you throw down, I’d not expect you to get it.

  65. Magadude Says:

    ^^^^ and here we go with the Jameis lovers again saying he’s the best QB the Bucs ever had (wrong), that nothing was proven with Uber (wrong), that his play on the field is due to someone else, not him (Dirk, Oline, etc), my favorite…that he was looking over his shoulder his shoulder because Fitz was killin in while he was suspended hurting his team…same guys saying that are the ones that will still be calling for Jameis to stay next year when he again doesn’t perform. I’ve spent 30K watching Jameis disgrace his team, self, and community for four years. Spare me. Seen enough.

  66. BucEmUp Says:

    It wasnt that the players the bucs had woukdnt fit lovies scheme( or Mike.Smiths)..It that NO PLAYERS foy in that scheme. You cant cover players when they know what your playing every snap, when they know you wont blitz, when they know your going to give 12 yards cushions..When they know you will make zero adjustments not just in game but SEASON LONG!!!!!!

    Mccoy will go somewhere and do well under good coaching, but Suh is about to be a part ofArians proving how.much coaching matters

  67. Just Sayin’ Says:

    Could it be that opposing OC’s had to game plan for Mccoy because he was easy to get out of position and out of the play. Therefore their response when asked about having to gamelan for GMC “oh yeah absolutely must account for him”