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#15 : August 12, 2010, 04:33:06 PM

I think he's done enough to this team.


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#16 : August 12, 2010, 04:43:42 PM

Honestly, Clayton would be a better Buccaneer if he WAS on the other team. He'd be like our 12th man on defense.


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#17 : August 12, 2010, 06:27:20 PM

What a difference between that loser and a class act like John Lynch.   The Bucs got rid of Lynch and he had nothing but good things to say about the Bucs.    They haven't even gotten rid of Clayton yet and he's already threatening to "take it out on the Bucs" if he's cut.   What a gutless loser.

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#18 : August 12, 2010, 06:40:44 PM

What a difference between that loser and a class act like John Lynch. The Bucs got rid of Lynch and he had nothing but good things to say about the Bucs. They haven't even gotten rid of Clayton yet and he's already threatening to "take it out on the Bucs" if he's cut. What a gutless loser.
Gruden draft pick, LOL!

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#19 : August 12, 2010, 06:42:10 PM

When Gruden drafted him, he was pretty good.  Hell, he was runner up for rookie of the year.   By the time Heemy and Mickey took over the team, Clayton was a proven loser - yet they signed him to a huge contract.   It's pretty obvious who the fool was, and it wasn't Gruden.

To re-sign this idiot to a big contract was so foolish,  it was bordering on criminal.

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#20 : August 12, 2010, 06:42:29 PM

Does he think the Canadian Football League or the Arena League plays the NFL teams at some point?  His buccaneer/NFL career is almost over...

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#21 : August 12, 2010, 06:44:00 PM

Not much to add here...most has been correctly stated.

MC80 is what he is.....and that ain't much.

Another punk-azzed nothing IMO.



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#22 : August 12, 2010, 06:45:46 PM

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To be fair, Clayton was on the slide while Gruden was still here.  And to hear MC80's rant after Gruden left, it was all Jon's fault.  Wrong again Clayton....what a mental midget.



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#23 : August 12, 2010, 06:46:57 PM

For sure he was on the slide when Gruden was still coach.   No way does he get a new contract had they kept Gru.

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#24 : August 12, 2010, 07:05:24 PM

When Gruden drafted him, he was pretty good.� Hell, he was runner up for rookie of the year.� �By the time Heemy and Mickey took over the team, Clayton was a proven loser - yet they signed him to a huge contract.� �It's pretty obvious who the fool was, and it wasn't Gruden.

To re-sign this idiot to a big contract was so foolish,  it was bordering on criminal.

ONE wideout always looked good in Gruden's offense. Keyshawn, Galloway, Bryant. Never more than one. Clayton only looked good his rookie season because Galloway got injured and Clayton replaced him and under Gruden's offense, NEVER was more than one wideout used as a downfield threat at a time. When Galloway got healthy, Clayton was put back on the shelf. He never wore the rust off after that, yet Gruden kept him around using up a valuable roster spot for 5 freakin' years.

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#25 : August 12, 2010, 07:08:27 PM

the year we won the super bowl we had 3 wrs that looked pretty productive to me.


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#26 : August 12, 2010, 07:09:15 PM

Jerry Rice and Tim Brown seemed to do just fine in Gru's system.

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#27 : August 12, 2010, 07:10:38 PM

Jerry Rice and Tim Brown seemed to do just fine in Gru's system.


When you have to go back a decade to bring up something good about a coach that tells me the game has passed him by......just sayin'. The rest of the league has long figured out how to defend against the anointed "offensive genius".

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#28 : August 12, 2010, 07:13:15 PM

Jerry Rice and Tim Brown seemed to do just fine in Gru's system.

That is a **CENSORED**ing insult to those two to compare Michael Clayton to them. Wow.

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#29 : August 12, 2010, 07:13:34 PM

i don't think the game passed him by...but real talent sure did.

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