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#30 : October 24, 2012, 08:32:09 PM

AJ....yeah if he dontinues to light it up and has a great season then it's probably time after this season. I guess I just don't expect that. He has had a few good games but this is still a new complicated system very similar to the one Eli Manning is in, and it took Eli like 3 or 4 years to get really good in it. Besides that, there are so many new coaches and players...I just think Freeman will still have some ugly games this season. It's a process and I expect more growing pains.



I hear ya, but even if it panned out like that, I would still extend him after this season.  If he turns into Eli at some point, and they haven't extended him yet, dude can back up the Brinks truck if he hits the free agent market.


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#31 : October 24, 2012, 08:55:26 PM

AJ....yeah if he dontinues to light it up and has a great season then it's probably time after this season. I guess I just don't expect that. He has had a few good games but this is still a new complicated system very similar to the one Eli Manning is in, and it took Eli like 3 or 4 years to get really good in it. Besides that, there are so many new coaches and players...I just think Freeman will still have some ugly games this season. It's a process and I expect more growing pains.



I hear ya, but even if it panned out like that, I would still extend him after this season.  If he turns into Eli at some point, and they haven't extended him yet, dude can back up the Brinks truck if he hits the free agent market.

I highly highly highly doubt that Freeman will be extended with the team if he doesn't produce winning numbers for the remainder of his current contract.

You can't put up mostly below average, sprinkled with mediocre, and very rare elite numbers against ONLY **CENSORED**ty pass defenses and expect to stay with any team. Here's to hoping Freeman pulls it off! I'll be cheering for the guy to not screw up every game of the year.


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#32 : October 24, 2012, 09:19:29 PM

AJ....yeah if he dontinues to light it up and has a great season then it's probably time after this season. I guess I just don't expect that. He has had a few good games but this is still a new complicated system very similar to the one Eli Manning is in, and it took Eli like 3 or 4 years to get really good in it. Besides that, there are so many new coaches and players...I just think Freeman will still have some ugly games this season. It's a process and I expect more growing pains.



I hear ya, but even if it panned out like that, I would still extend him after this season.  If he turns into Eli at some point, and they haven't extended him yet, dude can back up the Brinks truck if he hits the free agent market.

I highly highly highly doubt that Freeman will be extended with the team if he doesn't produce winning numbers for the remainder of his current contract.

You can't put up mostly below average, sprinkled with mediocre, and very rare elite numbers against ONLY **CENSORED**ty pass defenses and expect to stay with any team. Here's to hoping Freeman pulls it off! I'll be cheering for the guy to not screw up every game of the year.



Why wait?   He is already the best QB the Bucs have ever had.   Do you really want to see him putting up MVP numbers in 2014 in a Jags, Jets, Seahawks or Cowboys uniform?


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#33 : October 24, 2012, 09:33:26 PM

AJ....yeah if he dontinues to light it up and has a great season then it's probably time after this season. I guess I just don't expect that. He has had a few good games but this is still a new complicated system very similar to the one Eli Manning is in, and it took Eli like 3 or 4 years to get really good in it. Besides that, there are so many new coaches and players...I just think Freeman will still have some ugly games this season. It's a process and I expect more growing pains.



I hear ya, but even if it panned out like that, I would still extend him after this season.  If he turns into Eli at some point, and they haven't extended him yet, dude can back up the Brinks truck if he hits the free agent market.

I highly highly highly doubt that Freeman will be extended with the team if he doesn't produce winning numbers for the remainder of his current contract.

You can't put up mostly below average, sprinkled with mediocre, and very rare elite numbers against ONLY **CENSORED**ty pass defenses and expect to stay with any team. Here's to hoping Freeman pulls it off! I'll be cheering for the guy to not screw up every game of the year.



Why wait?   He is already the best QB the Bucs have ever had.   Do you really want to see him putting up MVP numbers in 2014 in a Jags, Jets, Seahawks or Cowboys uniform?

lol. That is precisely what is going to happen. I'm calling it here first! Well, probably not first, but you get the picture.
He will be a baller on his next team. Guaranteed.


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#34 : October 24, 2012, 09:48:51 PM

AJ....yeah if he dontinues to light it up and has a great season then it's probably time after this season. I guess I just don't expect that. He has had a few good games but this is still a new complicated system very similar to the one Eli Manning is in, and it took Eli like 3 or 4 years to get really good in it. Besides that, there are so many new coaches and players...I just think Freeman will still have some ugly games this season. It's a process and I expect more growing pains.



I hear ya, but even if it panned out like that, I would still extend him after this season.  If he turns into Eli at some point, and they haven't extended him yet, dude can back up the Brinks truck if he hits the free agent market.

I highly highly highly doubt that Freeman will be extended with the team if he doesn't produce winning numbers for the remainder of his current contract.

You can't put up mostly below average, sprinkled with mediocre, and very rare elite numbers against ONLY **CENSORED**ty pass defenses and expect to stay with any team. Here's to hoping Freeman pulls it off! I'll be cheering for the guy to not screw up every game of the year.

Why wait?   He is already the best QB the Bucs have ever had.   Do you really want to see him putting up MVP numbers in 2014 in a Jags, Jets, Seahawks or Cowboys uniform?

No need to worry bout that, AJ. If he is let go from Tampa, it's cause he couldn't get it done. So ^^^^ isn't happening.


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#35 : October 24, 2012, 09:55:00 PM

AJ....yeah if he dontinues to light it up and has a great season then it's probably time after this season. I guess I just don't expect that. He has had a few good games but this is still a new complicated system very similar to the one Eli Manning is in, and it took Eli like 3 or 4 years to get really good in it. Besides that, there are so many new coaches and players...I just think Freeman will still have some ugly games this season. It's a process and I expect more growing pains.



I hear ya, but even if it panned out like that, I would still extend him after this season.  If he turns into Eli at some point, and they haven't extended him yet, dude can back up the Brinks truck if he hits the free agent market.

I highly highly highly doubt that Freeman will be extended with the team if he doesn't produce winning numbers for the remainder of his current contract.

You can't put up mostly below average, sprinkled with mediocre, and very rare elite numbers against ONLY **CENSORED**ty pass defenses and expect to stay with any team. Here's to hoping Freeman pulls it off! I'll be cheering for the guy to not screw up every game of the year.

Why wait?   He is already the best QB the Bucs have ever had.   Do you really want to see him putting up MVP numbers in 2014 in a Jags, Jets, Seahawks or Cowboys uniform?

No need to worry bout that, AJ. If he is let go from Tampa, it's cause he couldn't get it done. So ^^^^ isn't happening.






Or.......they wait too long to extend him, and he says F-you and heads for greener pastures.


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