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« #15 : June 18, 2009, 12:47:11 PM »

Johnson had a good day yesterday with limited reps. I like Jeff Carlson a lot and respect his opinion, but I think Jeff's only seen one practice this entire offseason, which was Wednesday morning, so his commentary might be best taken with a grain of salt. There have been times when Johnson has lit it up and you've wanted to see more, and there has been some times where he looks like the fourth-string QB, too.

At least he's been to one practice...  that's more than the national media who comments on our QB situation.

SR... speaking of... have you seen anyone from the national media at any practices this spring/summer?


Charley Casserly was in this week on Tuesday. NFLN's Brian Baldinger was in for a day for OTAs. ESPN's Sal Pal was there yesterday, but arrived after practice for interviews. Warren Sapp from NFLN came for a practice. ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas has been there for most open practices. That's all I can remember seeing.



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« #16 : June 18, 2009, 12:48:10 PM »

UFO - Ha Ha Ha... or how about...

"Stand there like a statue..."

Mentor?  Ridiculous from a football standpoint.  From a leadership standpoint - meh.

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« #17 : June 18, 2009, 12:53:13 PM »

UFO - Ha Ha Ha... or how about...

"Stand there like a statue..."

Mentor?  Ridiculous from a football standpoint.  From a leadership standpoint - meh.

or, "Walk like an Egyptian" on how to do a roll out.

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« #18 : June 18, 2009, 12:53:50 PM »

Charley Casserly was in this week on Tuesday. NFLN's Brian Baldinger was in for a day for OTAs. ESPN's Sal Pal was there yesterday, but arrived after practice for interviews. Warren Sapp from NFLN came for a practice. ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas has been there for most open practices. That's all I can remember seeing.

Thanks, SR.  Interesting that Pat Yaksinthesink has been there so much...


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« #19 : June 18, 2009, 12:55:37 PM »

UFO - Ha Ha Ha... or how about...

"Stand there like a statue..."

Mentor?  Ridiculous from a football standpoint.  From a leadership standpoint - meh.


Lefty could also probably give good advice to players who get cut on how to pack up your belongings and start looking for work elsewhere...


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« #20 : June 18, 2009, 12:57:40 PM »

Charley Casserly was in this week on Tuesday. NFLN's Brian Baldinger was in for a day for OTAs. ESPN's Sal Pal was there yesterday, but arrived after practice for interviews. Warren Sapp from NFLN came for a practice. ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas has been there for most open practices. That's all I can remember seeing.

Thanks, SR.  Interesting that Pat Yaksinthesink has been there so much...


It's because he lives here in Tampa.

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« #21 : June 18, 2009, 01:00:16 PM »

Charley Casserly was in this week on Tuesday. NFLN's Brian Baldinger was in for a day for OTAs. ESPN's Sal Pal was there yesterday, but arrived after practice for interviews. Warren Sapp from NFLN came for a practice. ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas has been there for most open practices. That's all I can remember seeing.

Thanks, SR. �Interesting that Pat Yaksinthesink has been there so much...
It's because he lives here in Tampa.

He's also ESPNs NFC South reporter.

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« #22 : June 18, 2009, 01:04:57 PM »

So, you want to go into the season with a collection of QBs with one win between them? �I'd rather see Leftwich as Freeman's mentor, with the rookie starting.
The Rams went into the 99 season with just 3 wins between their active QBs.
13-3 and a Super Bowl later that group didn't look all that bad.

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« #23 : June 18, 2009, 01:33:04 PM »

I still do think Leftwich was a fodder sign. I don't think he really has a chance to start or maybe even make the team.


Also, Josh Freeman was also a smoke screen draft pick, we all know Josh Johnson is the future QB for the Bucs. We drafted Freeman so we have a good back up.

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« #24 : June 18, 2009, 01:53:26 PM »

For all the silly McCown love and Left hate the guy has won games in this league so unless he's become a markedly worse QB since maybe last year there's no reason he can't win. All the comments about mobility and delivery aside the proof is in the pudding.

I'd still think if I'm a new coach trying to create some sort of stability he's my guy for one year until the franchise QB had better blow him away in camp. McCown sounds like he's all the suck of Byron w/o the good track record. Heck, this sorts n' pads time is when McCown should shine since his brainlock is aless of an issue now than later.

All posts are opinions in case you are too stupid to figure that out on your own without me saying it over and over.

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« #25 : June 18, 2009, 01:56:57 PM »

Hold on.... I thought I heard somewhere that Luke was the next Tom Brady.  Man i wish I knew where I heard that.  

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« #26 : June 18, 2009, 03:26:13 PM »

Hold on.... I thought I heard somewhere that Luke was the next Tom Brady.  Man i wish I knew where I heard that.  

one of the am radio guys was making a big deal out of a morris comment. morris said, "no one knew who tom brady was," when talking about the bucs qb situation. morris also mentioned cassell. morris was implying that no one knows how good/bad mccown is until he plays. he was saying that luke MIGHT be a brady/cassell type qb this year, but you just dont know. i forget who the radio guy was, but he kept taking shots at raheem. he somehow took it as raheem was saying that luke IS the next tom brady.



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« #27 : June 18, 2009, 03:30:20 PM »

McCown is the QB that should get the Bucs another 1st rounder after he plays so great or something, or are people not really using that one anymore? It calmed a few people down after the draft I remember.

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« #28 : June 18, 2009, 03:53:19 PM »

For all the silly McCown love and Left hate the guy has won games in this league so unless he's become a markedly worse QB since maybe last year there's no reason he can't win. All the comments about mobility and delivery aside the proof is in the pudding.


That's what Leftowich's mobility reminds me of...pudding.


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« #29 : June 18, 2009, 04:00:54 PM »

That's what Leftowich's mobility reminds me of...pudding.

Tell me how it affects him. His sack rate is much, MUCH lower than LM. BL is a mediocre QB but the thing people bag on him for have little or nothing to do with why he's so mediocre.

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