Message Sent To Watson?

August 18th, 2019

On the bubble.

Justin Watson is having a bad camp.

Well, the word should be “had.” Training camp wrapped up today at One Buc Palace.

In underwear football, Watson, the Penn graduate who has a degree from the prestigious Wharton School of Business, seemed like a lock to make the roster. Even Bucco Bruce Arians lauded Watson for his ability to play multiple receiver slots.

“He’s shown me he can play,” Arians said at the time.

This training camp, Watson, who we all might be working for some day, also showed Arians he can drop passes. A lot. And it doesn’t matter if you can get open if you have hands of stone. Currently, Watson is starting to turn into an Ivy League version of Michael Clayton.

Today, Arians was asked about reserve wide receivers. Well, he was also asked about other reserve positions, too, and Arians didn’t hesitate to suggest how well a reserve can play on special teams likely would determine if a guy is kept or not.

Arians rattled off a few reserve receivers (he said injured Scotty Miller needs to get back on the practice field and raved about Bobo Wilson) but in the reserve receivers Arians mentioned, he did not speak Watson’s name.

When Arians was asked if Watson is the No. 4 receiver, Arians, as is his style, was blunt.

“No, I would not say that,” Arians replied.

Joe considers this a direct message to Watson: Start catching the damn ball or you may have to start using your Penn degree quicker than expected.

65 Responses to “Message Sent To Watson?”

  1. Figures Says:


    Yea ok Bruce lol. Yea BOBO LOL.

    Funniest thing I’ve heard all week lol. Bobo lol.

  2. Ghost of Darrell Henderson Says:

    Didn’t Bobo drop a big one vs the Dolphins?

  3. BucEmUp Says:

    Bobo should have made the roster over Desean last season..Bobo and Schnell would both be good players to have around. As much as I love Watsons measurables I dont think he should retained over those guys I mentioned. Too bad we.never gotmto see Miller but if I could only choose one of those 4 its Schnell. Just the look in the kids eye tella you he is fearless and ready to contribute. I will be surprised if he isnt kept around.

    Speaking of bubble players , I will be dissapointed in Arians if he keeps Gabbert and ELLINGTON around. Dare and Griffin have shown they are both worthy of the roster spots more than them

  4. Magadude Says:

    I saw his play live being at the game. Not good. I wasn’t on the field for this one (and still have to watch the film), but I can only imagine the words and thoughts. It’s too bad because he is one the guys I’m rooting for to do well, other than Winston and his normal cast on the O of course. I think Schnell is going to beat him out. Bobo seems to also be doing well and I know the staff likes him so far.

  5. Magadude Says:

    No Joe, we won’t be all working for Watson. But he might be working for me.

  6. Sport Says:

    As much as I like.Watson, its simple, perform or be cut.

    Another reason why……

    In BA I Trust!

  7. Jeffbuc Says:

    The reality is if Watson wasn’t white no one would care. He hasn’t done a damn thing in this league of any significance to even be worried about him making to team. If he gets beat out someone better than him is taking his spot and I’m alright with it. He is supposed to be this very big athletic receiver and I have yet to see it in games. When you make more bad than good plays you are going to be cut end of story. And he has had multiple drops and only a handful of catches.

  8. AwShbucs Says:

    He just needs to hit the jugs machine. Kid is too talented and smart to not become a legit weapon.

    His hands were damn good at Penn, just has to get out of this recent funk of dropsies like Mike Evan’s experienced in 2015. Not comparing Justin to Mike but it’s the same principle really.

  9. Mitch Says:

    He was a draft pick, has the measurables to run routes from three different WR positions, can block, and played ST well last year. The young man just needs to squeeze the football.

  10. JimmyJack Says:

    JeffBuc…….Unsure why you have to be racist about it but Watson was a drafted player who showed some flash during the preseason last year. That is what generated hype about him.

    Do you feel the same way about Tanner Hudson? Please tell me now if I’m allowed to be hyped about him for now and in the future without being labeled.

  11. Magadude Says:

    I don’t think Ellington has earned a spot yet, but has he done better than Barber? I think so. Do we expect Barber to be a lock? I don’t think so either.

    For the book on Jameis, and the cloak full of names posting on here since the day Joe put up his piece a month or so ago, you’ve called me a liar, dishonest, lacking integrity, poked homo innuendo at me, etc. That’s not me, and not how I roll. I get it on your position. I just disagee with your view. Why is that worthy of your attacks? You’ve tried to say I was the only negative review on Amazon on this book. That one review, posted just yesterday, says the book is “laughable” and suggests it’s worthy of zero stars. I do agree with that much. I’ve told you I would not review it and have not. Do you want me to? Now, given how you have been, you don’t exist to me hence forth. This is the last time I will respond to you and your psuedos. That negative review (below) is a lot nicer than I’d be…but I agree with most, not all, of what it says. Several people here have called out the Arizona Statutes (not they are not statues as you wrote earlier) and the “hook up” at Publix as bogus. The book really assumes people are stupid. Good luck! As I’ve said, I do hope you get your money back. I don’t like to see anyone hurting. That is sincere. Here is the review on there for the Jameis Winston book (as I’ve said, for his own good, he needs to keep a good distance from endorsing this):


    Exemplifies How Stats Can Be Selective to Support Any Desired Position: Laughable

    I’m a Bucs fan, so I bought it and read it cover-to-cover…in fact, twice now! I was intrigued, so went back and read it more! This book puts up a lot of comparison stats about the (promising young) subject player, but I think falls well short in making a convincing case that he is on a Hall of Fame track. In several cases, it looks to use one-sided information that supports what the book intends the message to be, and it’s pretty obvious in some cases. That is, this book (where the author uses a pseudo name that strongly hints a bias to the subject player) seems to emphasize the positive while brushing over non-complimentary numbers and many actual results that don’t make the case. So, the impression I got is this is a bunch of numbers and tables mixed in with some interesting facts and highlights that manages to sum up the subject player’s woes as being due to just about everything else, and everyone else, but him. That is, I find the book is a very good example of how one can pick and choose statistics to make any desired argument. Learned that long ago in business school but it’s still interesting to see a book that seems to invoke that strategy in somewhere other than with politics. This book is far from being irrefutable, as even in the non-stats portions (NFL investigation) it leaves out major information that seems very relevant. That is, the “MeToo and Jaboo” coverage lacks, as the book addresses sexual misconduct laws in Arizona under ARS 13-1406 but did not cover the statute ARS 13-1404, or important legal definitions in ARS 13-401 (e.g, sexual contact is direct and indirect touching), which based on descriptions in the book and media reports, could have been relevant to the 13-1406 discussion. With FSU, the infamous “crab legs” taken was not theft, but a “hook up” as the book tries to explain. Is this a book about playing football or character? Got really lost with all of this, and it made me question the book itself. Frankly, given it is a fact the subject player was never charged with any crime (and I am not suggesting one was committed), this and the off-field stuff from his college days of old could have been left out and the book would seem more credible in making the case it set out to. The frequent draw on religious passages seemed to detract from any strength of the argument the book attempted. Drawing on some referring to the subject as “Jesus” is really odd. I have to say, I also didn’t care for the overall tone in the book, which looked to have a propensity to accuse those who are not “fans” of the subject player of hate, slander, lies, some type of made-up mental illness…etc., as opposed to the simple fact fans and media opinions simply differ. I think if you are a fan of the subject player, who clearly has a promising NFL career ahead, you will end the book still being a fan. If you had questions or misgivings, I don’t think this book will convince you to change your opinions about the “Hall of Fame” track. I continue to hold the position the subject player is likely one of the top 32 quarterbacks in the NFL, which is quite an accomplishment given the number of colleges graduating players and the many quarterbacks already in the NFL—but just doesn’t seem on the path argued, at least not yet. Other aspects are the book looks a little rough in formatting, and could be better organized. Those are minor annoyances, but are very noticeable and worth adding here. The book itself adds some mention about getting it out before the 2019 season. After this second read, my impression of the book is not a good one at all. The good news, is I don’t attribute the book to the player. who is doing very well so far in the 2019 season and whom I’m rooting for to be on the right track. I am hoping he and his team (my team) do very well. But this is why I have a “one star” overall for my review; I would give “0” if it allowed. This book is just not a good book and really, having more time to reflect, I think it’s terrible. So, the summary is this seems to me like use of selective statistics to get to a desired conclusion (certainly fine for a subjective book, just the reality is people is objective people will spot this); it leaves out key material; includes material that doesn’t look to help the case the book sets out to make; has what I think is a disagreeable tone, and the organization/formatting could have been improved. For all the above reasons, I rate it at

  12. Defense Rules Says:

    @AwShBucs … “He (Watson) just needs to hit the jugs machine.” Aw come on, the guy’s chosen career is on-the-line. You don’t think his coaches have already put him through the wringer on this, including the Jugs machine? He’s shown in the past that he can run great routes & catch the ball, so what’s the real problem? This is the guy many were expecting to be our #3 this year. And now he can’t catch the friggin ball? Could he be Michael Clayton version 2.0? Agree with JeffBuc … “When you make more bad than good plays you are going to be cut; end of story.”

  13. Magadude Says:

    That is a great point about Watson being drafted. He’s fifth round if I remember correctly. Now, he’s not BA’s guy so he might mean nothing. but he was drafted by Licht so it stands there is interest in seeing what he can do be he’s let go. As I said, I like Schnell and Wilson better. But for someone to bring race into a league where it’s easily more than half minority shows their own way of thinking.

  14. Upthegut Says:

    Well said Jimmy Jack oh an please cut Gabbert. He really sucks!

  15. Licht Headed Says:

    He stinks to high heaven. Cut him.

  16. Buc believer Says:

    @Ghost of…. Yup Bobo dropped a big one all right against the fins… right in the middle of the field and man it was a smelly one.

  17. BucEmUp Says:

    Jeffbuc, he has the brains and measurables to be a dominant wr….but cant catch the football. Has nothing to do with him being White.

    However, I will say if Jameis was white and played for the falcons, giants or any other team he wouldnt be as hated a she is with his stats. So although I think you point on Watson is off, I do think players colors do change the way they are viewed throughout the league unfortunatley although its wrong

  18. JimmyJack Says:

    Upthegut……….Agree that Gabbert sucks but I don’t know if they should cut him or not.

    What if he is a big cog in the lockerroom & filmroom? What if he if a big help for Winston when it comes to game preperation?

    I don’t know that he is or isn’t but he could be. The same could be said for Ellington who a lot of people are calling to be cut.

    I won’t claim to know how NFL teams operate but I do think there are a lot of things players can bring to the table behind the scenes that we don’t always see.

  19. Magadude Says:

    @JimmyJack, first kudos for calling out the race card. You have gotten on my azz a few times about Winstons and why I don’t think he’s the guy (as it is right now) going forward, but I’ve told you I reserve the right the right to change my mind based on what I see. I’ve told you I don’t care what you think, especially on your bandwagon stuff. But, also you’ve no doubt seen others like Jeffbuc, DB55, TDTB, Tval throw the race card for those who do have legitimate gripes. The big author with all the pseudos did that last week after all other arguments failed. Throwing race into it is an escalatiion arugment that halts all worthy discussion. So I just wanted to offer kudos to you for calling it out.

  20. Clean House Says:

    BA won’t cut Gabbert or Ellington,
    He’s full of it- Griffin has won the spot

  21. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    BA seems to send messages to the players he really likes…….it’s when there is absolutely nothing said that should cause worry…..

    Well, at least we know that Watson won’t be a future mattress mover.

  22. Magadude Says:

    Oh, final thing on the book…you mentioned this review (again, I did not write one) was the “one and only” negative review. Like your book, you didn’t tell it all. That is, for the readers here, you didn’t say it is ONE of ONLY TWO total reviews on Amazon. TWO! You must be selling a lot of these. No. I know Amazon is a small outfit, so only two reviews is just characteristic of how little sales it does. Buy the book people. Help this man out. If you love Wnston, this should be on your coffee table.

    I am often here saying how much I LOVE this site because of lack of moderation in that the opinions run free. I disagree with at least one of the Joes on so much that he writes but all are great Americans because they get it about the right to call one out. This place is GREAT. Best is those who call out those who disagree as racists, haters, depressed, etc without being able to discuss the issue itself. Joe, you have a niche here. Keep it up.

    So also, keep up the attacks, but just know you are not worthy of a response from me. Some great Americans paid with their blood so you can be a jackazz.

    That said, Watson so far does not deserve a roster spot, and this is a good thing as it means the Bucs are improving. On D, let’s see what happens with Ryan Smith. My position is he should NOT be on the final 53.

  23. BucsFanSince76 Says:

    Bobo is a no show

  24. Pit of Misery Says:

    Joe: “ Ivy League” Michael Clayton …. LMAO

  25. Kobe Faker Says:


    Shouldnt BA and Gump be scouring polk county for 300lb fatties who can stand in front of rushers?”

    Kobe Faker

  26. OBP Says:

    There is no way he’s on the bubble. He’s bigger, faster, and offers more as a football player than Bobo ever will. He’s a lock as our #4 at this point

  27. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Bobo Wilson has dropped quite a few as well.

  28. TouchDownTampaBay Says:

    I stopped reading MAGA’s novel above as soon as I read Barber isn’t a lock to make the team. GTFO here. I am not, nor have I ever been overly impressed by Barber, but he is making the team. Outside of the reemergence of ROJO this team has no other real NFL RBs. He may not be very good, but he isn’t on the cusp of being waived this season.

  29. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    At least two…perhaps 3 of the balls that Watson “dropped” the defender got his hands on the ball while Watson was trying to bring it in…….let’s cut the guy some slack.
    If I had to predict right now, we will keep 6 WRs….

    Evans, Godwin, Perriman, Watson, Miller & Wilson with Wilson returning kicks…..Watson is also a good ST player.
    Schnell will land on the PS…..and may be taken by another team…..

    Of course, I could be wrong…..

  30. JimmyJack Says:

    OBP Watson is a lock as a #4? What exactly are you basing this on?

    He just dropped 2 TDs in the first 2 games this season. That’s cool that you think hes better then all the other depth receivers on our team but there’s just one little problem. He hasn’t played like it.

  31. firethecannons Says:

    magadude–can you summarize? too much there

  32. JimmyJack Says:

    TBBF I don’t think you gotta worry about Schnell getting rostered by another team. He didn’t do anything(that I recall) against the Dolphins.

    Maybe if he goes off in the last two games that may happen but I doubt one good preseason game will be enough where another team uses a roster spot for him.

    I do think Tanner Hudson has put himself on the radar of other teams however.

  33. JimmyJack Says:

    Yes Maga……Us fans have spoken and we would like a shorter briefer version of your comment.

    I tried twice to read it all but just hurts my brain.

    Provide summary. Give us what we want……….Then we can attack you and tell you how wrong you are when we understand your point.

    Thank You.

  34. Magadude Says:

    Sorry, I can’t make the info posted shorter. It is not mine. I’m not surpriseed your brain hurts.

  35. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ Jimmy… may be right…..but we have some really good depth at WR & other teams know it.
    I really like Schnell but I simply don’t think we have enough slots for him to make it.

  36. Magadude Says:

    TDTB…I like Barber probably as much as you. But has produced yet? You can attack me, but why not address the comment and not the commentor?

  37. Magadude Says:

    @firethecannons…for you. I will. We always have to be mindful of others. In short, learn to read.

  38. ChipBuc Says:

    As the old song says “Oh lord it’s hard to be humble, when your perfect in every way”. This to me is Magadude’s way of posting on this site. Magadude give it a rest already. We know you don’t like Winston. It’s the same, no matter how you say it for the hundredth time. We agree to disagree on that subject. But as i said before, just because you say it, doesn’t make it true.

  39. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ Maga

    We don’t have to be concerned with Ryan Smith’s roster spot…..he will serve a 4 game suspension for PEDs……..and his spot will go to another player…..the time to decide on him will be when he comes off suspension…..I suspect that there will be an injury to one of our DBs by them and he will be retained.
    He is a very good ST player……and can tackle……his coverage has improved…..yet he still may not ultimately make it.

  40. JimmyJack Says:

    TBBF……Earlier in the off-season I thought the same that we were deep at WR.

    But with the way it has played out I’m having my doubts about that group and think there are somewhat overrated. Watson and Miller were the 2 names that I hoped we could count on & both have flopped. & No offense to Miller who is hurt but if your unproven & not there then your not nobody.

    At this point Im not even sure we keep 6 WRs…..I would very much rather use a extra roster spot for Hudson who has shown more catching the ball then all other depth WRs combined.

    I couldn’t even tell you anyone whose worthy of the #4 WR spot at this point. That doesn’t sound very deep to me.

  41. Magadude Says:

    @TBBF…very good points. I agree, he has shined on special teams. I just note even if after susp is served and others play (and may or may not get injured), him having a roster spot shows how little the DBs have progressed. I think they keep what, five CBs? What if he’s #7? Yup, we’ll see. No issues if they keep him. I like him on ST, as you say.

  42. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Even with Djax & Hump last year…..Watson played well enough to make the top 5 or 6…..and I think we kept 6.

    I also think we kept 4 TEs……with Alan Cross the 4th…..

    The question for me is: Why would we keep 3 QBs……..Keep Jameis and Griffin & put a rookie on the PS…..

    Gabbert hasn’t shown anything…..

    We also save a spot because of Ryan Smith’s suspension…

  43. Magadude Says:

    ChipBuc…welcome. I’m not the guy who keeps bringing it up. Read. That’s my advice. So get used to my responses when others want to bring it up. I don’t think you are following it. This isn’t “I love Jameis dot com.” It can be. But it’s now. Oh, I’m far from perfect too. I’ve said that for the “hudredth time” too, cuz. Enjoy. I’m not going away. Suck it up and get ready for the long haul. I’m a Bucs fan. I’m used to it. Winston is a ship in the night.

  44. Magadude Says:

    @TBBF. I took a lot of crap for this in a previous article/post. But Gabbert isn’t worth it. I am not impressed so far with how BA picks QBs. Yes, the QB whisperer has not impressed. Can he redeem? yes. Why keep Gabbert? Because Arians likes him. Griffin is not his boy but I have hunch playing him so much is Licht’s way of telling BA he is better. If they MUST keep Gabbert, then keep three QBs. I’m fine with cutting Gabbert and keeping two. My respect for BA will go up if he does.

  45. AlabamaBucsFan Says:

    @ Magadude – Are you writing a book? Most people don’t read post that are longer than one paragraph.

  46. Magadude Says:

    Bama…are you Bucs fan? Read the book on Winston. Go Back. Most people don’t read that either, but I think you’ll like it.

  47. Magadude Says:

    Guys, if you are Bucs or Winston fan, you have got to read the book on” Jameis Winston Derangement Syndrome: How Media Bias Causes Us to Overlook the Start of a Hall of Fame NFL Career.” You can buy it on Amazon or other sites.

  48. johnny Says:

    same poster posting over and over again ruins this

  49. Magadude Says:

    Joe, I will cease any further mention of this peice of crap book starting…now.

  50. JimmyJack Says:

    Maga you are clearly obsessed with Winston. I would remind you that this article has nothing to do with Winston but I see there hasn’t been any Winston articles written in the past 24 hrs and can understand you had to write about him somewhere. I just hope your obsession is healthy.

  51. Figures Says:

    Bobo should’ve been kept over Desean Jackson? A guy that has proven he can play at a high level? Are you serious!

    Desean Jackson didn’t work out very good here at all. Locker room cancer and all that BUT it’s absurd to think BOBO should ever make any roster over Desean Jackson.

    My word only an FSU fan would say something so da mn stupid. Wasn’t it dumbo bobo on hard knocks that made some asinine comment about not having to work hard or practice hard or something of that nature.

    People on here call me all sorts of names and rant about my comments but at least I’m not such a homer to my favorite college team that I think some practice squad player who wouldn’t be in the league if not for the Bucs should make a roster over Desean Jackson. Jackson was terrible here but Bobo can only dream of having half the career Jackson has had. And that’s not saying much.

    Complete dumb as s.

    That really may be the dumbest most moronic comment I’ve heard yet. And I’ve heard a lot from the FSU people. But daaaaa mmmmmnnnn.

  52. Figures Says:

    I’m actually starting to feel bad for WINSTON. He’s playing for an organization that thinks GUMP has done well enough to get 5 more years. How many coaches does this guy get to pick? Games are won and lost in the trenches and this is the best this organization has put together over the last five years with Gump.

    The day they picked Winston they should’ve made it a priority to protect him and five years later were looking at guys like Benenoch, old as s Dotson, and a fat slow no passion can’t finish a block overpaid D Smith (oh but he never misses games) oh wow good job.

    Absolutely pathetic.

  53. Old School Athlete Says:

    Figures, me and the lovely wife moved here in 2004. All I have seen since then is lousy football. I’m not saying Jameis is Hall of Fame material or even ring of honor material (even though I think he will be eventually), but I will say he has made plays that I haven’t seen anyone in a Buc uniform make in that time frame. If I remember right, you wanted us to draft a new QB. I respect your opinion but there are so many unknowns that go with that. How many QBs get drafted and don’t even come close to putting up the numbers that Jameis has?
    Since he’s been here, Jameis has been shoe-horned into offenses that don’t suit him at all. We’ve never played to his strengths. BA has a pretty good record of squeezing performance out of QBs. Let’s give him a chance.
    I totally agree with you about the O-line. It’s my biggest concern.

  54. adam from ny Says:

    the facts on bobo is he’s just okay…

    what you see is what you get, without much upside in the future…

    he really is like a 6th receiver in the nfl and that’s about it…

    nothing wrong with that…it is what it is…

    he’s prolly stuck around so long because he is jameis’ homie and they have some long time field chemistry

  55. adam from ny Says:

    the tight end hudson has looked good so far…and opened a can of worms for brate and auclair…he’s sort of like a big slow wide receiver…he doesn’t have the nfl tight end body yet…a developmental project – if he sticks around, it will signal the end for brate or auclair this year or next…just because of the salary cap issue for one

    the problem is there is no practice squad for this kid…he surprised arians and the staff and hasn’t been hidden at all…so now what to do?…he’s gone if they taxi squad him

  56. adam from ny Says:

    @AwShBucs … “He (Watson) just needs to hit the jugs machine.”

    his hands have possibly softened up from hanging at mons venus with a bunch off singles, and massaging all that beachy boobature

  57. adam from ny Says:

    ^^^ basically i’m saying he has been hitting the juggs machine ^^^

  58. BA FAN Says:

    I didn’t go to FSU but Wilson should make this team because he is the best punt and kick returner we have and he rarely fumbles and he is pretty durable too and can be a backup WR as well. I don’t know why all of a sudden Watson is dropping so many balls but we have seen periods of time when both Evans and Godwin did the same thing and Perriman got a reputation for the same thing in Baltimore. BA’s Coaches need to give Watson a lot of help to pull him out of this funk because we have seen him display good hands in the past. Watson is too versatile to cut and has great speed and height. Let him play in the last Preseason Game and redeem himself.

  59. ChipBuc Says:

    Magadude I can read just fine, and you continue to prove my point. Your know it all attitude is just annoying. Try and be a little more humble, and a positive take once in awhile would be nice, cuz.

  60. GodzillaOPOY Says:


    Man are you okay? It feels like I just watched you have a mental breakdown just reading your multiple posts above.

    We all get it, you hate Jameis and hate the Derangement Syndrome book and hate the author. However, the two guys you think are the author never even posted once in this whole thread, but you just went ballistic ripping the book you hate and the author in like 5 different posts on this thread! That’s stalker, psychopath stuff man and is a bad look for you.

    You look like a crazy man in this thread and like your infected with the derangement syndrome thing the author of the book you hate talks about. That’s a really bad look man for you man and is way more damaging to your rep than some goofy posts the other two guys you think are the author make which are obviously just jokes.

    It seems super obvious your consumed with trying to mess with the author & trash the book and everyone can see how crazy you’ve become and its just a really bad look for you man.

    Also reading the “review” you say you didn’t write, looked just like what you did post the other day with the same legal code stuff, so I think its kinda obvius you did post the review on-line. You need to take a chill pill man and stop letting the author and the book get so far into your head.

    Keep posting though as you have a lot of interesting posts and its super clear you put a lot of time and thought into what you write, but really man get the author and the derangement syndrome book thing out of your head. In fact get the derangement syndrome itself out of your head before you have like some kind of mental breakdown as its super clear the book really messed with you and the author is in your head big time.

    Go Bucs!

    Mike Evans for NFL O.P.O.Y. in 2019!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  61. GodzillaOPOY Says:

    I just looked up the book you hate magadude and your right it’s only got 3 reviews, 2 5stars and 1 1star but the #1 bestseller book Overtime: Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines doesn’t have a single review yet at all and The Draft Engine Fantasy preview which is labeled by Amazon as a bestseller only has 3 reviews to. Amazon has some janky new review system. Used to be able to buy a book and leave a review but you can’t anymore, know you got to spend 50 bucks to leave a review. I’m not spending 50 bucks to leave a review for any book not even Friday Night Lights!!!! Anyways, forget the book you hate man and just talk Bucs players!!!!!!!

  62. Phil Says:

    We need to keep Tanner Hudson.

  63. RustyRhinos Says:

    Jimmy jack what happens if we keep Gabbert, and Winston gets injured. Do we just Roll with Gabbert? That does not sound like a good plan. He looks bad on the field. No way do I want to go with him into the season as our #2 QB. Yes he wont “pressure” the “franchise QB”
    But he is not showing me he can play better than the third string QB Griffin. Yeah I hear ya Griffin has only played against third and fourth string players. But Gabbert has played against first and mostly second string players and looked very BLAHHHH! To me.
    But as always
    SHOW ME!! Don’t tell me, SHOW ME!!
    GO BUCS!

  64. Figures Says:

    @old school athlete

    Look I have my issues with Winston but I don’t believe I have said anything in the past 5 drafts about drafting another QB.

    That wasn’t me bro.

  65. Old School Athlete Says:

    Figures – my bad. I was a little messed up in the head after reading that movie script from MAGA.