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Freeman and the Bucs are expected to discuss a long-term extension in the offseasonLet’s get one thing straight: Josh Freeman is the Bucs’ quarterback, not only today but for the foreseeable future..Forseeable future? Is that one more year or ten more years? I guess it depends on your definition of "forseeable".
Listening to the Josh Freeman Show was about as bad as watching the first half of the game.
The Bucs’ propensity for throwing deep balls, which are low-percentage attempts, skews the numbers a bit. But it’s got to be better, and Freeman is not shying away. “Part of it is some throws are higher percentage than others,” he said. “. . . It’s something you definitely want to improve on. You want to be in the upper echelon of the league as far as completion percentage.”
What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.
I am not sure if Josh's issues are in his head or his mechanics. Personally, I am leaning twoards his head, confidence, etc. Isn't this exactly what sports shrinks are for? Hire one ASAP. He clearly has issues. As we all know ad nauseium .