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#30 : December 14, 2008, 08:20:27 PM

Not looking good for resigning Antonio..........from the sound of his comments.     He is right though.   I wish they would go out and wing it down the field. If it works great, if not, at least you tried.

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#31 : December 14, 2008, 08:20:43 PM

The guy comes off as a huge competitor - that isn't gonna scare anyone.  He is a player - if the buccs let him get away - well that will be a very bad day.  


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#32 : December 14, 2008, 08:20:57 PM

Any big-time player would get PO'd if they experienced a full season of inept QB play and poor offfensive coaching the Bucs go thru year after year.  The last good receivers we had were Keyshawn and McCardell.

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#33 : December 14, 2008, 08:21:05 PM

he speaks the truth. he's the kind of personality this team craves. we need more guys like him.

and in the end, it will make him look like a butthole.

ala TO and every other loudmoth blowhard that has ever played in the NFL...

the more vocal this guy gets, the worse the situation will become...

he needs to shut his mouth when it comes to the media, man up, and discuss his concerns with players and coaches personally instead of blowing off steam to the media...

this could serisouly blow up soon if he doesn't get a handle on what he is saying...



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#34 : December 14, 2008, 08:22:15 PM

Fire the canons...At Gruden!!!

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#35 : December 14, 2008, 08:22:57 PM

It has been blowed up from the start, have you been watching the offense this season?


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#36 : December 14, 2008, 08:23:15 PM

ok, I give up, if you want this kind of business on the team, fine.

I love the guy, all I'm saying is that the situation could become volitile, and that is not going to help us in the long run...

I want to sign him to a long term deal RIGHT NOW!

just worried that the more he flaps his gums, the less likely that is gonna happen.


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#37 : December 14, 2008, 08:26:08 PM

someone needs to call gruden out, i happy to see antonio speak up

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#38 : December 14, 2008, 08:26:19 PM

There's nothing to be afraid of, Antonio? I think there is when your quarterbacks are Garcia and Griese. Unless you want to see multiple turnovers every week, Gruden has to be conservative.

And that is where the blame falls squarely on Jon's shoulders. He needs to find us a QB, and fast.

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#39 : December 14, 2008, 08:27:53 PM

wish the dude would just shut his mouth.

For what reason should the guy not speak his mind? Are you that passive?

him calling out anyone on the team, coaches included, isn't gonna solve any problems he thinks are there...

him calling out anyone on this team will lead to issues that will hurt the team.

if he feels a certain way, he can vocalize it all he wants behind closed doors, why do you think that him calling anyone out publically will help the situation?

Let's see, 100 yards, a score on seven catches in the first half, then nothing in the second half. I guess Bryant shouldn't speak out at all. He's had, I don't know, 16 catches for 308 yards and 3 touchdowns during 6 quarters of football in the last 2 games. And Galloway and Clayton have had what................
Bryant has been playing his azzzz off and deserves his opportunity to speak his mind.

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#40 : December 14, 2008, 08:29:20 PM

I love the guy, all I'm saying is that the situation could become volitile, and that is not going to help us in the long run...

We need some type of explosiveness associated with this offense!!

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#41 : December 14, 2008, 08:30:27 PM

"Why do we have to play scared?" Bryant said. "There ain't nothing to be afraid of."


That quote speaks volumes!!!
I like this guy. It's about time we have someone on this team with soem damn balls.

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#42 : December 14, 2008, 08:32:44 PM

If a team wants to shut down a WR, they will. Teams will look elsewhere when their best target is getting double teamed. Look at what Randy Moss did down the stretch last season. Not a whole lot.

I like a player that will speak his mind. But he needs to do it quietly behind doors and he needs to be smart about it.

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#43 : December 14, 2008, 08:33:18 PM

What I don't understand is that we absolutely dominated them the 1 drive by going for the throat and just not giving a damn. What happens after that? We stop.

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#44 : December 14, 2008, 08:33:40 PM


"Why do we have to play scared?" Bryant said. "There ain't nothing to be afraid of."

Great job, DBHit55. - That sums it up, perfectly.
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