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« : December 25, 2011, 06:22:27 AM »

There’s no question Morris is on the hot seat as his team has fallen apart since starting 4-2. I know there’s a small minority out there who say Morris should keep his job, replace himself as defensive coordinator and make a switch at offensive coordinator. Yeah, that’s brilliant and no doubt would put the Bucs straight into the Super Bowl next season. Actually, it’s ludicrous. It’s like having a refrigerator that hasn’t worked in more than two months and saying, “No need to call a repairman or get a new one because this thing just might kick in at any moment." The Bucs keep taking steps back and the team is in total disarray. There’s also the matter of Morris’ contract, which runs through 2012. If the Bucs somehow were even thinking about keeping Morris, they’d have to extend him because you can’t go into a season with a lame-duck coach (just ask the Panthers how that worked out with John Fox last year). If you do, you run the risk of the players tuning out the coach. Looks like some of that already has happened. It would be awfully tough to give Morris an extension as a reward for the way the Bucs have finished this season. I’m sure the fan base would be thrilled if that happens.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/29380/wrap-up-panthers-48-buccaneers-16

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« #1 : December 25, 2011, 08:04:25 AM »

theres just no way to justify to the fans not $%$#canning this staff they suck theyve had 3 years thats enough the crap we've had to watch the last 9 games is sickening

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« #2 : December 25, 2011, 09:06:24 AM »

Hiring Raheem in the first place was ludicrous

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« #3 : December 25, 2011, 09:20:23 AM »

Hiring Raheem in the first place was ludicrous
seriously, what the hell were they thinking?  The are not competent enough to make any decisions regarding this team.  now we hear they are interested in Norv Turner....


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« #4 : December 25, 2011, 12:36:49 PM »

Hiring Raheem in the first place was ludicrous

Hated the hiring three years ago now its just obvious it was a terrible decision.
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« #5 : December 25, 2011, 12:54:36 PM »

Hiring Raheem in the first place was ludicrous
seriously, what the hell were they thinking?  The are not competent enough to make any decisions regarding this team.  now we hear they are interested in Norv Turner....

Where was this heard??? Got a link??

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« #6 : December 25, 2011, 01:11:45 PM »

There’s no question Morris is on the hot seat as his team has fallen apart since starting 4-2. I know there’s a small minority out there who say Morris should keep his job, replace himself as defensive coordinator and make a switch at offensive coordinator. Yeah, that’s brilliant and no doubt would put the Bucs straight into the Super Bowl next season. Actually, it’s ludicrous. It’s like having a refrigerator that hasn’t worked in more than two months and saying, “No need to call a repairman or get a new one because this thing just might kick in at any moment." The Bucs keep taking steps back and the team is in total disarray. There’s also the matter of Morris’ contract, which runs through 2012. If the Bucs somehow were even thinking about keeping Morris, they’d have to extend him because you can’t go into a season with a lame-duck coach (just ask the Panthers how that worked out with John Fox last year). If you do, you run the risk of the players tuning out the coach. Looks like some of that already has happened. It would be awfully tough to give Morris an extension as a reward for the way the Bucs have finished this season. I’m sure the fan base would be thrilled if that happens.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/29380/wrap-up-panthers-48-buccaneers-16
At least we haven't seen anybody in support of Raheem recently.

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« #7 : December 25, 2011, 01:36:01 PM »

Hiring Raheem in the first place was ludicrous
seriously, what the hell were they thinking?  The are not competent enough to make any decisions regarding this team.  now we hear they are interested in Norv Turner....

Where was this heard??? Got a link??



Our man DTG says so.  Pretty reliable source.  I buy it.


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« #8 : December 25, 2011, 01:39:41 PM »

There’s no question Morris is on the hot seat as his team has fallen apart since starting 4-2. I know there’s a small minority out there who say Morris should keep his job, replace himself as defensive coordinator and make a switch at offensive coordinator. Yeah, that’s brilliant and no doubt would put the Bucs straight into the Super Bowl next season. Actually, it’s ludicrous. It’s like having a refrigerator that hasn’t worked in more than two months and saying, “No need to call a repairman or get a new one because this thing just might kick in at any moment." The Bucs keep taking steps back and the team is in total disarray. There’s also the matter of Morris’ contract, which runs through 2012. If the Bucs somehow were even thinking about keeping Morris, they’d have to extend him because you can’t go into a season with a lame-duck coach (just ask the Panthers how that worked out with John Fox last year). If you do, you run the risk of the players tuning out the coach. Looks like some of that already has happened. It would be awfully tough to give Morris an extension as a reward for the way the Bucs have finished this season. I’m sure the fan base would be thrilled if that happens.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/29380/wrap-up-panthers-48-buccaneers-16
At least we haven't seen anybody in support of Raheem recently.

Actually there are plenty of idiots still defending this guy lately...


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« #9 : December 25, 2011, 01:41:39 PM »

I was one of the Raheem supporters. The team played hard for him, they would never quit no matter how bad we started off in the first half. They always gutted out effort down to the last minute even when we had no chance to win. I don't think anyone thought he was the best choice, but the way everyone played for him, I still think that he deserved a shot back then. Now that he has clearly lost control of the team, he truly must go. He reminds me a lot of Rex Ryan, they both came out trying to hog the media, established a bad image for themselves in the media, and now they both have to eat their words. We never were close to being the best team in the NFC, now we're at the bottom of our own division. I still love this team, but I cannot spend money it, I would merely be giving the owners the belief that I endorse their pathetic ownership.

Derrick Brooks, NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2014.

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« #10 : December 25, 2011, 01:46:42 PM »

There’s no question Morris is on the hot seat as his team has fallen apart since starting 4-2. I know there’s a small minority out there who say Morris should keep his job, replace himself as defensive coordinator and make a switch at offensive coordinator. Yeah, that’s brilliant and no doubt would put the Bucs straight into the Super Bowl next season. Actually, it’s ludicrous. It’s like having a refrigerator that hasn’t worked in more than two months and saying, “No need to call a repairman or get a new one because this thing just might kick in at any moment." The Bucs keep taking steps back and the team is in total disarray. There’s also the matter of Morris’ contract, which runs through 2012. If the Bucs somehow were even thinking about keeping Morris, they’d have to extend him because you can’t go into a season with a lame-duck coach (just ask the Panthers how that worked out with John Fox last year). If you do, you run the risk of the players tuning out the coach. Looks like some of that already has happened. It would be awfully tough to give Morris an extension as a reward for the way the Bucs have finished this season. I’m sure the fan base would be thrilled if that happens.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/29380/wrap-up-panthers-48-buccaneers-16
At least we haven't seen anybody in support of Raheem recently.

Actually there are plenty of idiots still defending this guy lately...



Plenty?   Poor choice of words.


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« #11 : December 25, 2011, 03:18:02 PM »

We replaced a Super Bowl winning head coach with a position coach.  Brilliant move.

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« #12 : December 25, 2011, 03:21:44 PM »

We replaced a Super Bowl winning head coach with a position coach.  Brilliant move.

didn't seem to cripple Baltimore, oh wait..... he was a special teams coach.

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« #13 : December 25, 2011, 03:22:36 PM »

There’s no question Morris is on the hot seat as his team has fallen apart since starting 4-2. I know there’s a small minority out there who say Morris should keep his job, replace himself as defensive coordinator and make a switch at offensive coordinator. Yeah, that’s brilliant and no doubt would put the Bucs straight into the Super Bowl next season. Actually, it’s ludicrous. It’s like having a refrigerator that hasn’t worked in more than two months and saying, “No need to call a repairman or get a new one because this thing just might kick in at any moment." The Bucs keep taking steps back and the team is in total disarray. There’s also the matter of Morris’ contract, which runs through 2012. If the Bucs somehow were even thinking about keeping Morris, they’d have to extend him because you can’t go into a season with a lame-duck coach (just ask the Panthers how that worked out with John Fox last year). If you do, you run the risk of the players tuning out the coach. Looks like some of that already has happened. It would be awfully tough to give Morris an extension as a reward for the way the Bucs have finished this season. I’m sure the fan base would be thrilled if that happens.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/29380/wrap-up-panthers-48-buccaneers-16
At least we haven't seen anybody in support of Raheem recently.

Actually there are plenty of idiots still defending this guy lately...

One of the only things more idiotic than defending Morris at this point is your sig pic.

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« #14 : December 25, 2011, 03:58:42 PM »

Hello,

This is my first post here. As a fan, I feel angry and wanted to vent. The Bucs don't have an official board so I thought this was the one closest to that. I, as a Tampa native want to see the entire One Buc Place
office cleaned out. It hurt to capitalize their name because they don't deserve the respect. I hope and pray that the Glazers read some of what is posted about their cash machine. That being said, I wanted to put in my two cents, which isn't worth that. Please give Tampa some respectability back. I don't demand a "I'm sorry speech", but it is well deserved. Just say you thought you were doing the right thing and you were wrong. Start to fix it now. After the next game, come out and tell your fans that you realize the last 3 years didn't materialize into the results you expected. Tampa fans are the best. They got behind your plan because they wanted to believe it  would work out. It didn't. It has been a disaster. This team could arguably be the worst ever to play in Tampa. That statement says a lot. If you keep the current coach, you are telling every Tampa citizen that you only care about money.  Glazers,,,, you already own the number one sports team in the world, because of Tampa fans no less, give something back...... Give Buccaneer fans to cheer for, one that has a fighting chance to win on Sunday.  The current team we have cant win on Sunday, Saturday, Thursday or any day of the week. Just field a team that has a "chance" to win. Is that too much to ask for this Christmas???????
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