Leonard Fournette Gives Shout Out To Rachaad White

December 3rd, 2022

Gets props from teammate.

This is a pretty cool video.

Playoff Lenny has a deal with The33rdTeam to do video analysis. He often does it weekly and this week Playoff Lenny cut a video where he gave mad props to teammate Rachaad White. Playoff Lenny calls him “Young Bull” and “my little bro.”

Playoff Lenny then broke down tape of White and praised him for being such a smart guy. Playoff Lenny then described how in his first few days with the Bucs, White was always asking him X’s and O’s questions.

That impressed Playoff Lenny, he said, because that showed White wanted to learn and be the best he can be. Playoff Lenny said he made sure to always be there for White if the rookie had questions.

“He’s everything we need,” Playoff Lenny said. “He’s catching, he’s running, he’s blocking. He’s doing everything right.”

It’s really sad how the Jags thought Playoff Lenny was a locked room cancer and tried to blacklist him. Everything Joe has experienced with Playoff Lenny suggests he’s a good locker room guy. This is just more evidence.

You can see the video below.

25 Responses to “Leonard Fournette Gives Shout Out To Rachaad White”

  1. BucsFanSince76 Says:

    Thanks Jason Licht for fugging up our last season with the GOAT-pathetic excuse for a GM you are.

  2. Allbuccedup Says:

    Thanks Jason Licht for giving Bowles the head coaching job. I can’t think of another coach that turn a superbowl winner and contender this year into a pathetic excuse for a football team. The man don’t even know when to call a timeout.

  3. Joe Says:

    Thanks Jason Licht for giving Bowles the head coaching job.

    Pretty sure that wasn’t Jason Licht’s call.

  4. captivajim Says:

    No-Licht didn’t make that decision by himself —he was convinced by Arians , his trusted advisor.. the same duo that deceided not to replace ProBowl caliber players Cappa & Marpet last spring with proven NFL players.

    the duo then went on to replace Jensen with a rookie in august .

  5. D-Rok Says:

    I’m impressed with R. White. Can’t wait to see what he can do in year 2.

    GO BUCS!!!

  6. Redeemer Says:

    They did replace Cappa, with Shaq Mason. He’s committed 2 penalties, 0 sacks and ranks 6th among guards in snap count. They didn’t replace Marpet. Had Jensen not gone down, the LG spot wouldn’t have been the glaring problem it’s been.

  7. D-Rok Says:

    Right, Redeemer. And for those saying J Licht is absolved of any finger-wagging this year, he did NOT replace the LG with adequate talent. Not sure why, but that’s what it is.

    They were stubborn with in-house talent in Hainsey and Goedecke, at a point when they COULD have tried to bring someone in. Hainsey has been serviceable, and we all know how Goedeke has been quite below average – and that blunder is ALL on the GM.

    Say IF JL had brought in a LG, though, would it have made much of a difference? I say yes and no. We might have had a better running game.

  8. D-Rok Says:

    And now for this Saints game, with Wirfs out, I fear a blood-bath. Maybe the O-line will surprise us and pass pro well. Leave Leverett at LG and bring in Goedeke alongside Wells as in-line TE/Tackle. Put both on Cam, if that’s even possible.

    Jordan almost always plays on L side of D-line, correct? We can’t let Jordan wreck this game, similar to last week and Garrett.

  9. Rod Munch Says:

    Allbuccedup Says:
    December 3rd, 2022 at 12:33 pm
    Thanks Jason Licht for giving Bowles the head coaching job.


    That was 100% on Arians. He’s the one that waited until March 30th to step down. What exactly are you going to do at that point in time, fire the entire coaching staff and hire new coaches? From where?

    Arians, to his credit, wanted to give Bowles a chance to be a headcoach again in a good situation, and being handed a team that Vegas viewed as the most likely to win the SB in the NFC is about as good of a chance as you’re ever going to get.

    All Bowles, and Leftwich (who is co-head coach since he runs the offense), had to do, was do nothing. Just keep running things the same way Arians did, and hell, Arians would even stick around to make sure everything went smoothly.

    What Arians didn’t expect was that these two morons were so stupid that they’d decide the Bucs need to change things up, and they could do the job better than Arians could. So instead of just being highly successful puppets, they wanted to put their stamp on the team – and we see the results.

    You really can’t put any of this on Licht, he had no choice because of the way Arians handled things. And Arians, for his part, legitimately thought he was handing these two idiots a no-lose proposition.

  10. Defense Rules Says:

    Joe … ‘Pretty sure that wasn’t Jason Licht’s call’.

    You must know something that the rest of us don’t Joe. Whose call was it then? Solely the Glazers? BA’s?

    Since BA stepped down on March 30th, after FA had begun & just a few weeks before the draft, I’m wondering now if the Glazers felt boxed-in because of the late date and just went with BA’s recommendation. Any insight on if the Glazers (or Licht) even knew his stepping down was coming?

  11. Defense Rules Says:

    Rod Munch … ‘What Arians didn’t expect was that these two morons were so stupid that they’d decide the Bucs need to change things up’.

    How about some SPECIFICS Rod. How EXACTLY did they ‘change things up’? SPECIFICS please since you’ve already labeled them ‘stupid morons’ you obviously know more than they do.

    Is the 2022 Bucs’ team running more & thus passing less than our 2021 or 2020 teams? And IF that’s true, what OTHER things were changed up this season? No generalities Rod; SPECIFICS please to help the rest of us ‘stupid morons’ understand. Enlighten us.

  12. BucsFanSince76 Says:

    Sad part is that if you sign Tretter to play Center the day after Jensen goes down and slide Hainsey over to LG(Hainsey can play anywhere and he proved it) you have a decent line and can run making the play action pass a true threat instead of a paper tiger. Sign Suh the day after Hicks goes down and keep your Dline solid , Bucs would have two more wins easy and be 7-4. Jason Licht and all the coaches should be shown the door if they do not make the playoffs this season-PERIOD.

  13. D-Rok Says:

    DR and Rod,

    Forgive me if I misunderstand a GM’s role, but isn’t his role to evaluate talent and stock the team with best available talent via draft and free-agency? Sure the GM has tons of input from coaches, owners, scouts, et al…but isn’t the GM’s role to evaluate and acquire talent? If you say yes, then…

    JL did not replace the LG with adequate talent! Center, perhaps, but we could debate that also. We could also discuss acquiring Rudolph.

    As for the time-line of BA stepping down, don’t you think that was intentional to force Bowles and Leftwich upon the organization? Imagine if BA had stepped down right after season ended, which is akin to giving a proper 2-week notice when one vacates a job. BA waited TOO long, leaving the Bucs in a bad position to recruit, interview, and hire coaches.

    I’m not trying to say JL is mostly responsible for all this mess we are seeing. But if someone tries to say JL isn’t somewhat complicit – he bears some responsibility for why this team is massively underperforming in 2022.

    I’m welcome to discuss/debate salient counter-points. I think JL did a WONDERFUL job re-signing all the key players from 2020 to try to “run it back,” and I give JL huge props for that.

    HC and OC are obviously out of their league and depth. Makes one wonder just how influential BA was upon the success of this team in 2020 and 2021???? The catalyst being Brady and Gronk coming here in 2020.

  14. Redeemer Says:

    D-Rok, I think BA kind of bamboozled the process. Waiting as long as he did, tied licht’s hands. The Brady retirement saga didn’t help either. By the time he unretired, most all of the top coaching candidates were long gone. This was BAs way of insuring his lieutenants would take over. The reason BA gave also didn’t make sense to me. He would’ve rather coached Trask then Brady? I don’t buy it. I think he planned to retire the whole time. It was also a giant middle finger to Brady. Believe what you will about Brady getting BA promoted upstairs. Fact is, only one team wanted BL, and nobody apparently wanted Bowles. That should’ve been a red flag. As successful as the offense had been.

  15. D-Rok Says:

    Redeemer, precisely. One must examine the time-line. OK, now that you mention it, as much as I think BA was a pivotal figure in the resurrection of the moribund Bucs franchise, I also think BA got really cute and screwed us this year.

    Of course, BA’s health has a ton of merit in these discussions, and so does Brady’s false retirement…but MAN! Could anything else go wrong/bad/sideways this year? We had 2 awesome years….and then a dumpster fire.

    In my 40 years of watching NFL football, never seen a talented team (debatable) go South so darn quick. I had high hopes for this year! I thought we at the least be competitive/competent, but no.

    Our record says we are what we are. But it did NOT have to be this way, ammiright?

  16. Defense Rules Says:

    D-Rok & Redeemer … Learned a long time ago that if something doesn’t smell right, you probably shouldn’t eat it. Something about this whole saga doesn’t smell right.

    This was to be BA’s 4th year here. For kicks, go back & look at BA’s 4th year in Arizona. In 2013 (1st year), he was 10-6. In 2014 he improved to 11-5, and improved even more in 2015 to 13-3 (very similar to our 13-4 record last year?). But then in his 4th year, the bottom fell out and the Cards fell to 7-8-1. Same QB (Palmer) & mostly the same weapons BUT … his OLine changed dramatically (3 of 5 starters changed; sound familiar?). Palmer went from being 13-3 in 2015 to being 6-8-1 in 2016 with mostly the same weapons. Points scored fell off quite a bit, from 489 in 2016 down to 418 in 2017. And in the process the defense also did a backslide.

    I can see a number of parallels between what happened to that 2016 Cardinals team (changes in OLine, etc) and our 2022 Bucs team. Makes me wonder (no way to prove it though) if after 3 years of the same offense, maybe the rest of the division & conference caught on and adjusted, but BA’s attack scheme didn’t. 2017 wasn’t any better for the Cards; they went 8-8 that year.

  17. Goatfarmer Says:

    Brian Flores or Eric Bienemy.

  18. Redeemer Says:

    Defense, you might be on to something. Maybe BA, and his system has a shelf life.

  19. Redeemer Says:

    D-Rok I’m with you. I thought they had plenty of talent. For whatever reason, they aren’t maximizing what they have. I also get the feeling that the coaches don’t completely trust what they have. Other than the Chiefs game, and the end of the Rams game, Brady hasn’t been allowed to do his thing. Spreading guys out, and finding matchups is still something he excels at. Instead of waiting until down two scores, they should let Brady cook. To use the parlance of our time.

  20. steele Says:

    Nice to see one tippy toeing slo mo giving shout out to another tippy toeing slo mo.

  21. Your Mom Says:

    these days NFL running backs really have to come in pairs. And it’s like a good marriage if it works.

  22. Erik Hesson | Fine Artist | Founder of UniqueModernArt.com Says:

    Julio was the most impressive part of that video to me…

    Julio is such a force out there when healthy.

  23. kyle Says:

    good job Lenny! you will always go down as a buc great for the superbowl run. you were a beast!!

  24. Kiz Says:

    He didn’t say young bull, he said young “buh” like, young boy. Jesus, how old are you? Lol

  25. Joe Says:

    You must know something that the rest of us don’t Joe. Whose call was it then? Solely the Glazers? BA’s?

    You are about three years too late on your timeline. This was all worked out when Arians came to the Bucs. It was part of negotiations.