Wade Phillips: Devin White Was Hung Out To Dry

October 29th, 2022

Got no help.

Very, very interesting stuff from a guy known as one of the great defensive coordinators of the past few decades.

Wade Phillips, who had three shots with meh success as a head coach but shined as a coordinator, broke down tape for The33rdTeam.com of the Bucs’ loss to the Crows from Thursday night.

Phillips has coached some of the game’s greatest defenders including Elvin Bethea, Reggie White, Jerome Brown, Von Miller, Bruce Smith, Ndamukong Suh and others. He was Bucs sacks king Shaq Barrett’s coordinator in Denver. Joe respects the hell out of Phillips.

(Yes, if you are curious, Phillips is the son of Texas coaching legend Bum Phillips. He just doesn’t have his dad’s personality.)

Joe already shared a video where White got absolutely owned by Baltimore rookie center Tyler Linderbaum from Thursday night. It wasn’t the only time. White couldn’t shed Linderbaum and was rubbed out often by the rookie.

Instead of calling out White for being unable to shed Linderbaum, Phillips went after Bucs nose tackle Vita Vea. Phillips said a linebacker as physically gifted as White, the priority of the nose tackle, outside of filling a running lane, is to run interference for White.

Keep Linderbaum off his back.

Vea, Phillips said, failed to do this. The final play in the cutup Phillips showed was not Vea but Deadrin Senat who Phillips called “this guy.”

Phillips, in so many words, asked what do you expect from White when he is tangled up with a 290-pound center given a free shot at him. Phillips said Linderbaum would win that battle with White every time.

Phillips wagged a finger at Bucs’ defensive coaches for not making adjustments with Vea and Senat to make sure they were able to keep White free to make plays.

Very interesting breakdown from one of the defensive legends of the game. You can see it all below.

67 Responses to “Wade Phillips: Devin White Was Hung Out To Dry”

  1. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Phillips called White “a great linebacker”. What games he’s watched to come to that conclusion, I don’t know. He is right about Vea though, he isn’t very good.

  2. SOEbuc Says:

    When Brady and the offense can go one series without three and out, I’ll start getting harsh on Bowles defense. Carlton Davis is missed big with McCollum getting worked.

  3. Lamarcus Says:

    I get what Phillips said but D White can’t cover, tackle, his Madden Awareness should be 40….. Only a good blitzer Sad because I had high hopes for him but he’s costing us games. Unplayable. Anyone could do Whites job right now…Just wear Velcro. I’m done with him until he improves

  4. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Don’t see too many Devin White apologists these days. Hopefully this analysis is accurate, as it would make White not look as bad as he did to the untrained eye Thursday. It is a credible source.

  5. SOEbuc Says:

    Joe in Michigan…I think Vita has like two more sacks already than all last year. Suh and Whitehead missing big time on run defense.

  6. Joe Says:

    Suh and Whitehead missing big time on run defense


  7. Vlad The Impaler Says:

    It’s not White
    It’s not Brady

    It’s the poor coaching, lax discipline and terrible play in the trenches on both sides

    Its that simple

  8. Bosch Says:

    Agree, Joe. Wade Phillips’ assessment is a credible as you are going to get.

  9. Bucsfan13 Says:

    I love Wade. Such a great defensive mind. He didn’t even bother mentioning Vita by name because he’s been such a disappointment. Any way that he could step in as DC? Just kidding

  10. Bucanero Says:

    Nah I don’t buy it. Sure, Suh is missing so LD and DW can run free, but you didn’t see Lavonte being carried over 15 yards. You didn’t see LD jogging on a 20+ yard play. Nice defense by Wade Phillips but the verdict still looks gloomy on Devin White. Other than that, I did see Vita Vea hustling and getting tackles down the sideline. Now let’s not play the blame game to the point guys put their stats before the team. Bucs have to stop the bleeding somehow and Devin White is the core of the defense, but he has to show up on gameday.

  11. Pewter Power Says:

    I said in preseason he didn’t look the same. He has become average and doesn’t seem he has the power he did last year. When he was drafted he looked like all muscle now he’s flabby and slow.

  12. Goatfarmer Says:

    Uh huh. Trade him before Tuesday, get some loot for him, he’s obviously disgruntled and not a leader . Let someone else laugh at his request for $100 million.

  13. Steven007 Says:

    I don’t know Joe, the esteemed posters on this blog seem to know a lot more about football than Wade Phillips. /s

  14. Steven007 Says:

    That said, there’s absolutely no excuse for him giving up on plays and just plain laziness like we’ve seen at times.

  15. Proudbucsfan Says:

    Wade Phillip’s is who we need as defensive coordinator he would fix this defense everyone would be held accountable. He just wouldn’t be a good head coach.

  16. kgh4life Says:

    When the Bucs lose to the Rams next week, the Bucs should start a fire sale and the first to go is Devin White.

  17. Mord Says:

    The reason this is a coaching problem is laid bare here. Both Vea and White are very good players, and coaching needs to create more awareness of what things they should be aiming to do, schematically.

  18. bucs4life Says:

    Wade Phillips is one of the brightest defensive minds ever. No chance his wit has any resonance in current Tampa coaches, unfortunately.

  19. Lamarcus Says:

    All.you have to do is…If you have the game recorded …rewatch it and keep your eyes on Devin White. He’s literally out of every play unless they make contact with him

  20. Rod Munch Says:

    Let’s take into account where we are in the game. In the first half of the game, the defense was completely dominant, just absolutely shut down the Ravens completely – and didn’t do anything fancy, just mostly played a zone.

    In the 2nd half, the Ravens made adjustments, they went from throwing on every down, to mostly running. The Bucs kept making plays to put them into good shape on 3rd down, but their Ravens OC, unlike Leftwich, made adjustments and went after our weak players. Their OC targetted our #27 repeatedly on that drive, and on 3rd down. Worse than #27, was #22, Neal – HE is AWFUL. WAY too slow to play anymore and, on top of that, he can’t tackle. Then #30 chipped in from time to time to screw things up.

    Anyone talking about White is just an idiot that has no idea what they’re watching. Amazon has their Prime Vision view, where you could see the whole field and watch the plays develop and see how is where, and White was all over the field, often the fastest guy on defense (it highlights the fastest players on a play). Anyone talking about effort, or saying he quit, or didn’t do his job, you’re just dopes who need to watch more than a single clip before you bore people with your dumb opinions.

    As for Vita, if this is late in the game, no doubt he, like the rest of the defense, was spent. I’m not someone that ever defends Vita, and he needs to lose weight to live up to that new huge deal he got, but when the offense can’t do anything, and the defense is made up of 50% backups, and you’re playing a ton of snaps, he’s going to run out of juice. Not sure when this play took place, but I’m guessing in the 2nd half as the Bucs were dominant in the 1st half.

  21. Defense Rules Says:

    Rod … Good analysis. Far too many fans right now are just reacting emotionally to our string of losses with things like ‘Fire this guy’ or ‘Trade that guy’. If things were as simple as that we’d win a Super Bowl every year by just letting personnel weenies do their thing.

    Devin White is a solid LB who’s in a spotlight position. On runs through the middle & passes over the middle he’s in the spotlight. Phillips was spot on … ‘Linderbaum is a great looking young center but White only needs a little help to make plays.’ Neither Vea nor Senat nor RNR were consistently providing that help. Is that bad coaching on Bowles part? I doubt it; our nose tackles know what to do. They’re just not doing it.

  22. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Rod Munch: Did you see Devin White celebrating after Lamar Jackson got a 1st down? Did that embarrass you like it did me?

  23. Adrnagy Says:

    That happens when you don’t sign suh. First weeks our defense was good in part bcuz hicks was playing part time. Next to vea.
    So all you “fans “ throwing shade don’t know foot ball. And yes d. White is a great LB.

  24. richbucsfan Says:

    No changes coming, Bucs Fans. Get ready for a 3-14 season.

  25. FortMyersDave Says:

    Say Wade Phillips is spot on, then the problem is not just players mailing it in but also some obvious deficiencies in talent and now those of us who wanted Leftwich, Armstrong and Bowels fired yesterday have to consider the old Bill Parsons saying about not being able to shop for all the ****ing groceries to run the plays. Now I am not advocating that Bowels and Byron get to run the team in the ground by selecting players but am saying that Licht did set this train wreck up with the personnel he signed and especially those he did not (Suh, Vet OL, Jordon Whitehead etc). By the time it is 3 dash 7 and the bye week, there could be some finger pointing between the front office and the coaching staff; heck, it might already be happening.

  26. FortMyersDave Says:

    Richbucfans: 3-14 would probably be good for the franchise as it would get them the #1 overall if Lovie Smith or New Orleans do not get it. However, being a Buc fan from ’76 I do know the Bucs often even botch up a 0-12 run.
    New Orleans may tank worse than Tampa, remember they suck too! They probably will get a win that will cost them a few spots in the draft.

    History: In 1988 the 4-11 Bucs beat the 4-11 Lions at the Sombrero: result: Lions get Barry Sanders at 3 , Bucs get Broderick Thomas at 6 and also missed on Deion Sander at 4 and Derrick Thomas at 5. More recently Jameis beat the Saints in 2017 with a Hail Mary in week 17 to go 5-11 and let Denver and Indy leapfrog them in the draft: Denver got Bradley Chubb and Indy got stud OL Quinton Nelson. Bucs at 7 trade down with the Bills and they get Josh Allen and the Bucs get mediocre Vea, MJ Stewart and Carlton Davis at 12 and 2 2nd rounders. You see the Bucs will find a way to win just enough to miss on the generational player they need. And when they did tank they got Jameis! Its a Bucs’ life…..

  27. Fishhawkbuc Says:

    I have developed and managed several technology sales teams over the past 20+ years and can tell you that your best sales reps NEVER develop into solid leaders/managers. This would be the same scenario for better offensive and defensive coordinators in the NFL. But just like the NFL, as your best sales reps get a little longer in the tooth they always, always start the slip due to not changing with the times. The ability to adapt to change is difficult due to past success. Now…enter stage left: Todd Bowles. The Hak has spoken.

  28. CasinoKen Says:

    I’m just gonna say that this team is SO Disapointing – So much talent, Too little of it being used… So where do you put the Blame other than on EACH Indivisual.

  29. Hodad Says:

    The problem tho is it just wasn’t 290 lb lineman blocking him out of the play. He was handled by backs, TE’s, and receivers. Where’s that scary speed to dip under an O lineman, and beat him to get to the ball carrier? Where’s those super instints to get there before the play even develops Where’s the friggin effort when they do get by you? Blaming others for one’s failures is something I never believed in. Betty White needs to bow up, and play better period.

  30. Roc Says:

    Glazers are business men

    So they put out a bunch of money for players i.e. Brady and got a SB RAISED THE PRICE OF SEATS AND ADDED SEATS

    Now Peasants I mean fans y’all will see the drop off with a Bum Coach that leads to fire sale next Year so the Bucs can REBUILD and ASK for the support of the peasants I mean Fans

    The. Will New Young Players ( or in the NFL money for owners) we will rebuild while you pay the BRADY price for tickets

  31. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    When you look deeper, there’s always more that meets the eye….

    We had a breakdown from Simms on another play that White was accused of “jogging”
    In that play along the sideline Simms pointed out 4 Bucs who missed tackles….

    White was jogging but he was far too far away from the play to have any opportunity.

    Has he had some bad plays….yep…..is he a bad player…..Hell no!!!

  32. Oddball listens to what #8 Says:

    I am a little surprised no one has been fired.
    But only a little. This chit show is going to drag on well beyond limits human tolerance.

  33. Letsbucinggo Says:

    kgh4life I agree but the problem is the trade deadline is November 1st and Licht brain doesn’t operate that fast. The Rams game would be too late.

  34. D-Rome Says:

    Devin White played a terrible game but this wasn’t the play that flashes in my mind of bad things he did on the field. Coach Phillips really broke it down well.

  35. BucsFanSince76 Says:

    8 games will win the Division-All is not lost , BUT ONLY if JASON LICHT does his JOB and brings back Suh and signs Tretter. Do your JOB JASOn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  36. Doc Says:

    Will someone explain to me where all this talent is on this team. This is a very old team that is tired.

  37. Beeej Says:

    Is there a web site where you can watch the “all 22” videos of a game? That stuff fascinates me to no end

  38. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    Good! Then it is not all Devin White’s fault!
    The entire team is so badly out of shape it is silly.

  39. Dooley Says:

    Keeping OLmen off your backers is one thing, not being able to shed a block and being driven 8-10 yard of your spot on separate occasions in the same game is another thing. It’s not just this past game, there was a long run in by Foreman last Sunday where White got bullied by another rookie OLmen in Ickey Ekwonu.

    Also said it weeks ago, zone blocking schemes and stretch plays kind of neutralize Veas’ ability to penetrate because he’s not as effective moving laterally as he is coming down hill, and if you want to block him up right you call plays where he’s got pursue with/against the flow of the OL. Teams have done that conistenly since the Saints gme

  40. Brandon Says:

    Sorry. If the NT’s only responsibility was to occupy the center, he would be in ZERO technique, not ONE technique. DTs in ONE and THREE are meant to slant and get penetration, not occupy blockers. Wade should know this.

  41. Stan the man Says:

    What? Look at all the experts coming out of the woodwork. In any given game the real experts can pick apart any player. I am no expert never will be. Track records tend to be the best indicator. Told bowels is no head coach. Defensive coordinator one of the best. When he’s had the opportunity to be the head coach it’s not been a very good result.( 24 /40) Nothing eles is the reason but like I said in the beginning of this post. I am no expert. Just an observation from a long time Buccaneers fan.

  42. gp Says:

    Defense Rules Says:
    October 29th, 2022 at 3:44 am

    Rod … Good analysis. Far too many fans right now are just reacting emotionally to our string of losses with things like ‘Fire this guy’ or ‘Trade that guy’. If things were as simple as that we’d win a Super Bowl every year by just letting personnel weenies do their thing.

    Devin White is a solid LB who’s in a spotlight position. On runs through the middle & passes over the middle he’s in the spotlight. Phillips was spot on … ‘Linderbaum is a great looking young center but White only needs a little help to make plays.’ Neither Vea nor Senat nor RNR were consistently providing that help. Is that bad coaching on Bowles part? I doubt it; our nose tackles know what to do. They’re just not doing it.


    In all the years I’ve been reading and appreciating JBF, I have never seen, even in the deepest days of “The Den of Depression”, this level of negativity. There have always been ‘negative nancies’ on the site, many still here, although some have changed their names. But THIS!?! The past two weeks have been some of the worst, even from the Joes.

    Thank you DR, and sometimes, grudgingly, Rod, and the very few others who still give realistic analysis. Small breaths of fresh air that are keeping this site almost readable.

    Joes, Please step up a little.
    I appreciate that times are looking a little bleak, but quit feeding the negative nancies so much. Just a little more analysis -vs- doom and gloom.
    The end may well be nigh, but it ain’t here yet.

  43. TAMPA BAY DEMON™ Says:

    Vita Vea is often compared to Tony Siragusa, Ravens DT.

    RAY LEWIS, Hall of Fame LB, directly credits Siragusa for this EXACT factor in “keeping blocks off me to let me roam”.

  44. Bojim Says:

    Philip’s sure does know his sht but I’m sure he didn’t watch White the whole game. Plus, I have absolutely no solutions so I ain’t complaining.

  45. TAMPA BAY DEMON™ Says:

    Rod Munch Says:
    “(People) need to watch more than a single clip before you bore people with your dumb opinions.”

    Unfortunately that is the social media age we live in now. People deciding everything about a player (in any sport) off a clip or 2.

  46. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    The major problem with the Bucs is their offense, bad draft picks the past two seasons, bad coaching, bad free agent signings/non signings, leadership issues, bad coaching and injuries.

    The Bucs offense scoring average has declined greatly. The Bucs offense punts, ALOT.

    The defense has numerous injuries and now backups are playing. Shaq, Davis, Winfield, Hicks, SMB are all out. That’s basically half of our defensive starters. When half of your squad is out, it’s usually not good for your team as the “next man up/we all got to step up” cliches are not going to happen.

    Russell Gage, Keanu Neal, Hicks and Julio Jones have proven to be horrible off-season pick ups by the Bucs to this date.

    Logan Hall, who was drafted to replace Suh, has not impacted the game on the same level that Suh did. It’s not even close. JTS is a bust. Lottery picks that produce like JTS are busts.

    TB12 and Gronk were two of our main the leaders on offense, but because of TB12’s personal life he hasn’t been all in. I’m not knocking him. Divorce is one of the most emotionally stressful things a person can go through. But we do have a void of leadership on offense.

    JPP, Whitehead and Suh were leaders on defense. As of right now, the Bucs have an absence of leadership.

    Todd Bowles and Byron Leftwich have failed as coaches as of this point in the season.

    The Bucs miss BA.

    In football you are a winning team or losing team because of collection of reasons. It’s not just one.

  47. Zippy Says:

    We have no run game and little, if any, run defense. Playcalling is terrible, and we lack talent on both the OL and DL. Licht could trade to improve both of thse (signing Suh would be a start.) However, the coaching has been awful. So, where do you start?

  48. ChiBuc Says:

    Idk, that first clip looks like a scene from Sleepless in Seattle. Devin hesitates, his heart flutters as he “tries” to shift out of reach, before he submits and leaps into the center’s arms.

    Joking aside, all of these problems existed. Even during 2020… NO offensive/defensive adjustments, poor game planning, uncreative and predictable schemes. The only difference is that real life is kicking Brady’s @$$ and he simply does not have the capacity to overcome everyone else’s deficiencies. AND his personal life has sucked the air out of the locker room.

    The fact that they looked pretty good for the 1st quarter vs Ravens is a testament to the talent, falling off throughout the game is witness to coaching incompetence. BL and Christensen have needed to go from day 1, neither are capable. If you cannot support the goat to success, then surely they are killing Trask in their den of incompetence.

    BA is not the answer, he brought you this coaching staff and was the first person to bail on the team

  49. Mark Reese Says:

    Is that a problem that Vita Vea has had in previous seasons? If not then I would ask why it has become a problem this season.

  50. Jack dos Santos Says:


  51. THETRUTH Says:

    That’s why SUH is important on that line

  52. Buczilla Says:

    I used to think (still do) that it was dumb when players celebrated after a routine tackle. Now Devin White is celebrating after allowing a first down to Jackson?!? Silliness. He has been undisciplined and inconsistent from day one outside of a few brief stretches throughout his career and he does not deserve a huge contract from us at this point.

    Vita got paid and now he’s getting owned far more than in the past, so that’s not helping White, but Devin has issues of his own. Suh not being resigned certainly hurts White as well, but this dude was supposed to be a superstar after being picked 5th overall. Outside of the 2020 playoffs and a blip here and there, he’s nowhere close to living up to what he was supposed to be. Trade his happy butt now while he still should have some value. I’m tired of hanging on to players for too long just wishing and hoping that the light magically flips on and they fullfill their potential. Cut bait man!

  53. Eckwood Says:

    I don’t think you could get better than a third for D White and that s with a new contract ……… enough said

  54. unbelievable Says:


    Was it also Vea’s fault that White was jogging on half the plays and not even attempting to make a tackle?

    Is it Vea’s fault that when White actually does run full speed, any QB or RB can simply side step him and avoid him with ease?

    Also wondering if it’s Vea’s fault that Devin White still doesn’t know how to tackle someone? Or that he is still completely incapable of playing pass defense?

    Let us know Wade!

  55. unbelievable Says:

    @Rod – you must have missed all the replays of Devin White literally standing around and / or barely jogging, instead of actually playing defense…

    He is the most overrated linebacker in the league. He had 1 good stretch of 4 – 5 games back in 2020. That’s it.

  56. Reach87 Says:

    As much as some hate to admit it, this game (this one) was analyzed perfectly by Wade, Rod and DR. I do think coaching (team game) has a lot to do with re-enforcing the scheme during the game. More emphasis on discipline on the DL to free the LBs to scrape and fill probably would have made a difference and may have got them off the field in a few cases. I don’t think we’ll see another game like this. I think we’re trending up. Go Bucs!

  57. Bunny Says:

    Now that Brady and Bundschen is divorced, Brady could now concentrate on his game better now, but what hurt me is Bundchen filed for divorce, and put the blame on Brady, saying he is not there for his family? Look it’s football that build Brady and in the beginning she never thought about Brady getting injured, and Brady never one day told her that the job she does , he don’t like it especially when men looking between her legs saying she is a model, but he supported her, his job is more prestigious than hers, not showing his private parts to the world, she should have gotten a real job, shoeng flesh getting paid for it is not a great job, If Brady want to play for ad long as he desires it’s his choice, Brady when ready will find another woman who loves football and truly loves him, why cry serious injuries as a scare tactic to make him stop playing or doing what he loves, her job after a while she gets old and no one wants to see her flesh anymore

  58. TAMPA BAY DEMON™ Says:

    Bunny, everything you said is very, very fair.

    I just hope that Tom can find a little bit of peace with these few days off, and to refresh, re-energize. — His team & teammates are right there waiting & supporting, and they can all still make some noise together.

  59. Nicholas Carlson Says:

    Bring in Wade as DC!

  60. Oneilbuc Says:

    That’s why I all said that these linebackers are to small now in today’s football. These guys are not bigger and faster that’s another narrative by the media. The game is faster because the players are smaller.

  61. JBBucs_06 Says:

    @Rod M…..GREAT analysis. Our LBs are built on speed. No one was complaining when Lavonte and DWhite were shutting down the Packers run game, shooting the gaps and tackling RBs for losses. The defense is built on bulk in the middle and speed at the backers and the ability to play man2man.

    Now, everyone was complaining about Todd wanting to run the ball more; but now you see why. The D with small LBs (white 6-0, 240lbs; david 6-1, 238lbs) are NOT built to be taking on OL head on for an entire game. They are NOT Ray Lewis. It’s a complementary game. Man to man corners, big DL to plug the run; versatile safeties and LBs that can run and make plays.

    Bowles and Lefty knew w/o Gronk and AB, plus an injured Godwin, the offense would need to run the ball more or the D would be hung out to dry.

    Our D was missing it’s #1 and #3 CB, #1 all pro Safety, a HUGE DL free agent (big gamble in Hicks) and playing on a short week in preparation for a VERY unique offense in the Ravens. The O let this D down on Thu. We need to be up 17-3 by halftime and make 5 more first downs in the 2nd half and we would have won the game. BTW, the prime all-22 view is awesome.

  62. Rod Munch Says:

    Joe in Michigan Says:
    October 29th, 2022 at 4:09 am
    Rod Munch: Did you see Devin White celebrating after Lamar Jackson got a 1st down? Did that embarrass you like it did me?


    YES, I did see that and noted in the comments during the game. It was really stupid, obviously he thought he made a stop behind the line. Keep in mind Jackson is literally the best running QB in NFL history, and pretty much every other person White chases down there is being tackled like 7 yards behind the LOS.

    Also, no, Jackson is not better at running than Vick, but statistically speaking, Jackson has the season records, so he gets the title. Part of the reason White was spent was because he was chasing Jackson all over the place in the 2nd half.

  63. Rod Munch Says:

    JBBucs_06 – Also the defense didn’t really completely fall off a cliff until Shaq was injured. Now you’re down 6 starters (Logan at S was also out).

    I do not know how many teams in the NFL can lose literally half of their defensive players, versus one of the best offenses in football, and having their own offense hang them out to dry – I don’t know how many defenses would actually play well in that situation.

  64. chark Says:

    Wade philips must be crazy now. #45 cant out shift/ shed a center in space on the first play and his 1st step to the left was wrong. 1st play a wash on who to blame. But the 2nd play!! #45 didnt have to cover /engage lindenbaum like he was a wr or travis kelce.. No way wade you are wrong. D white is like a magnet to blockers… you should only be a magnet to blockers you can overpower. Otherwise beat them, shed them or do whatever. i would be embarrassed to be blocked like that,,looks like a sissy frankly.

  65. JBBUCS_06 Says:

    @Rod M. Absolutely…forgot about Logan Ryan and Shaq going out. Offense needed to help the D. At least it’s looking better with Nick L at LG.

  66. Lawmsh Says:

    I told you at the beginning of the year that making Todd Bowles the head coach made less sense than trading Tom Brady for the Browns backup. Seeing how easy the Rams had it in the Super Bowl, if the Bucs had made it, there is hardly any doubt at all they would’ve won. Why didn’t they go to the Super Bowl? With two minutes to go and A trip to the Super Bowl on the line, the Bucs defensive Decided to clear all his secondary defenders out of the middle of the field and defend the sideline leaving the entire middle of the field wide open for the Rams to go down and score. So in keeping with the long tradition of Glazer ineptitude they decided “hey let’s get the guy who cost us the Super Bowl and make him the head coach.” Brilliant

  67. Peskajumba Says:

    I agree with the comment before mine and it’s more significant.
    The offseason was a nightmarish roller-coaster. The Todd Bowles promotion and Ryan Jensen injury were too much. Everyone’s heart sank way too low and we tried to ignore it and hope for the best like idiots.
    Everyone mentioned in this stuff (other than Warren Sapp) is embarrassing, right now, and none of these things are brand new problems. Vita Vea has seemed to disappear at times, but Devin White has rarely taken part in run defense. It looks like he is just hoping he gets his ankles rolled up on, so he can be done with this season and maybe get a better contract from another team that can lie to themselves a little easier.