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Quote from: JC510 on July 07, 2007, 06:56:11 PM
Wow, what a highlight reel.
I'll support him because Simms is a Buc. That being said, we're going into year 5 in this system for him and he's actually regressed from a promising performance during the 2005 season. If it hasn't happened by now in Tampa, it might be time for him to move on. The mental part of that spleen injury and subsequent surgery will be much harder to iron out than his simple mechanical difficulties that have arisen.As much as I've always liked Chris, I just don't see it happening in Tampa. Now he may go elsewhere and tear it up, and that's fine, I just don't see it in Tampa. I like Simms, but I LOVE the Bucs which means I want what's best for the team as a whole, and at this time Garcia is what's best for the team at the QB position.
What I'm not positive about is how you guys give up on a guy who when given a good all around game by the running game and the defense has won a very high percentage of games.
That is rediculous. Simms has one of the best fakes we've had here ever.
It's not Simms' fault that we're in max protect, it's the crappy offensive line's fault.
Like I said earlier, maybe the coach could have helped out the running game and the chance for success by instituting the shotgun before his so called savior got here.
Nothing in the above statement is going to change with Garcia in there
because the running back Gruden drafted is not a receiving threat and the offensive line still sucks. The shotgun should help that which should help Garcia have some success.
but if Caddy runs for 30-40 yards a game like he did for Simms don't look for Garcia to have any better success.