FAB 2. Bucs Should Have Interest In McDaniels, Patricia

I’ll still maintain that there is a good chance that former Tampa Bay head coach Jon Gruden gets re-hired by the Bucs to replace Dirk Koetter at the end of the season. Having said that, if I’m the Glazers I line up a dossier on a couple of other top candidates just in case their interest in Gruden wanes or he has cold feet about returning to coaching, especially in Tampa Bay.

The Glazers would do well to remember how Bill Parcells jilted them after they fired Tony Dungy in 2001. Parcells was set to replace Dungy in 2002, but backed out at the last minute after further examining the team’s woeful salary cap situation. Because of an aging superstar roster, Parcells would have only one or two years to win a Super Bowl before the Bucs would have to be broken up due to the salary cap.

Patriots HC Bill Belichick and DC Matt Patricia - Photo by: Getty Images
Patriots HC Bill Belichick and DC Matt Patricia – Photo by: Getty Images

The Bucs got the save of all saves from the Parcells fiasco when they traded for Gruden, who did just that, winning Super Bowl XXXVII in his first year in Tampa Bay. While Gruden might be at the top of the Glazers’ wish list, they would be wise to do their homework on New England’s offensive and defensive coordinators Josh McDaniel and Matt Patricia.

While other coaches are prone to outsmart themselves or overthink a situation, Bill Belichick has the gift of seeing through all the fog of war on the gridiron with unparalleled clarity. That trait appears to have rubbed off on McDaniels and Patricia.

If you’re watching a game and despite the score on the scoreboard, if it seems like everything is easy for one team and getting every single yard is a struggle for the other, that’s a classic sign of one team making in-game adjustments and the other team not. That’s why the Patriots win so many games each year and made the most historic comeback in Super Bowl history last year, trailing Atlanta 28-3 and then rallying from behind to win in overtime.

The 41-year old McDaniels worked for Belichick for eight years before getting an opportunity to be the head coach in Denver in 2009. After six straight wins to start his rookie season, McDaniels’ Broncos finished 8-8 and missed out on the playoffs. His second season began with a 3-9 record before he was fired.

McDaniels’ tenure in Denver was marred with controversy. He tried to trade quarterback Jay Cutler to New England in March, but that endeavor failed. When news broke of the attempted trade, Cutler said he didn’t trust McDaniels and was subsequently traded to Chicago a month later for Kyle Orton, two first-round picks and a third-round pick. He also spent a first-round pick on quarterback Tim Tebow.

McDaniels also had a director of video operations that illegally taped a San Francisco 49ers walk-through practice in London before the game in 2010. The league fined the Broncos and McDaniels $50,000 each for the incident, but determined that the head coach did not know about the taping.

Former Broncos HC Josh McDaniels & QB Tim Tebow - Photo by: Getty Images
Former Broncos HC Josh McDaniels & QB Tim Tebow – Photo by: Getty Images

According to former Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams, McDaniels wasn’t ready to be a head coach the first time around at age 33 from a leadership standpoint.

“I tell people all the time, I’ve never been more prepared for a game – ever, at any level in my career – than with Josh McDaniels,” Williams told the BSN Broncos Podcast. “But he didn’t have that extra factor that would make guys want to run through a wall. When it really gets tough, and it’s hurting, and you can’t go anymore, and you just want to stop, there are some coaches or teammates that are bigger than you where you throw yourself in front of there or just jump on that grenade. It doesn’t matter what happens to you because it’s for a bigger cause.

“He was there with Belichick. He got all the knowledge, and Belichick kind of seems standoffish, but a lot of guys I know that have played with him, when it’s one-on-one it’s relatable. You can talk to him. I don’t think Josh McDaniels learned that yet. I think Josh took all the knowledge and came here with all that knowledge. That’s why we were successful at the beginning and won all those games. But when it hit the fan and things got tough, guys didn’t want to go that extra mile for him. … I honestly see Josh going down the road and becoming a head coach again. I think his second time around he’s going to understand it.”

That’s what happened with Belichick. He took over the Cleveland Browns at age 39 in 1991 and served as head coach for five years until he was fired following a 5-11 campaign in 1995. Belichick had three losing seasons during his first three years, but then took the Browns to the playoffs in 1994 after going 11-5 in the regular season.

Four years later, Belichick took over the New England Patriots and won the franchise its first Super Bowl in his second year during the 2001 season. Like Belichick during his second stint as a head coach, McDaniels is older and has undoubtedly learned from his mistakes in Denver. After being fired in Denver, McDaniels spent one year in St. Louis as an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2011 before returning to New England in 2012 where he has won two more Super Bowls.

Patriots QB Tom Brady & OC Josh McDaniels - Photo by: Getty Images
Patriots QB Tom Brady & OC Josh McDaniels – Photo by: Getty Images

McDaniels has worked with Tom Brady for most of the Pro Bowl quarterback’s career, and is responsible for offensive game-planning and play-calling. When the Patriots beat the Buccaneers in Tampa Bay earlier this year, they were without tight end Rob Gronkowski, who was a game-time decision due to injury.

“I think Josh did a great job on that, as he always does. Josh had the game plan ready with or without him,” Belichick said via Boston.com. “We played a lot of four wide receivers and some other personnel groups probably more than we would have played if Rob had been in the game.

“It’s one of the things Josh does a great job of, having some breadth to the offense with different personnel groups and different people and utilizing different combinations so that, if he needs to move from one to another, he can do that pretty easily. I thought he did a great job of that. I thought he called a great game and did a great job of handling the change of personnel as it evolved this week.”

Instead of featuring the tight end position, which would have been the case if Gronkowski played, McDaniels switched to featuring wide receivers Chris Hogan, Danny Amendola and Brandin Cooks, in addition to running back James White. Brady only threw one pass to a tight end, Jacob Hollister, which was batted down at the line of scrimmage by Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.

According to a report on Boston.com, “McDaniels’ best work of 2016 came at the beginning, when he was preparing the offense to go the first four games without Tom Brady while the quarterback served his ‘Deflategate’ suspension. Using backup quarterbacks, New England won the first three and scored 81 points. From there, the Patriots’ offense has adjusted, as usual, amid a slew of injuries, including Gronkowski.”

Perhaps the best example of how McDaniels has the ability to adjust quickly is when Belichick demonstrated one of McDaniels’ offensive adjustments from the Patriots’ win over the Texans. Belichick illustrated McDaniels’ quick thinking in a feature for the Patriots website.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH McDANIELS’ IMPRESSIVE ADJUSTMENT VS. TEXANS

McDaniels has helped develop the greatest quarterback to have ever played the game and has overseen a dynamic Patriots offense for years. New England’s offense ranks first with 413.2 yards per game average this season after ranking fourth last year with 386.2 yards per game average. The Patriots are fourth in scoring, averaging 29 points per game, an increase over last year when they also ranked fourth, averaging 27.6 points per game.

Patriots OC Josh McDaniels - Photo by: Getty Images
Patriots OC Josh McDaniels – Photo by: Getty Images

With a young franchise quarterback in Jameis Winston that still needs developing, McDaniels is an attractive option to explore if the Glazers are seeking a new head coach for 2018. Perhaps the second go-around for McDaniels as a head coach will showcase his growth and the additional experience he’s gained from being around Belichick. Or if he doesn’t have success it will expose him as someone who isn’t as good as Belichick and needs a great quarterback like Brady to have success.

“There are only 32 of those (jobs) in the world,” McDaniels said. “They’re opportunities that don’t come along very often, and if you would ever be so fortunate and blessed to have another opportunity to do it … it would be an opportunity that I would look forward to.”

Patricia has been the Patriots defensive coordinator since 2012, but has coached alongside Belichick since entering the league in 2004 as an offensive assistant, then an assistant offensive line coach (2005), before becoming the Patriots linebackers coach (2006-10) and the safeties coach (2011). Patricia deserves credit for being able to do more with less in terms of talent for his defense.

Belichick has traded away several big stars, including linebackers Chandler Jones and Jamie Collins in recent years to avoid paying them king-sized contracts in free agency. Patricia has also had to do without Rob Ninkovich for the first four games last year and then his sudden retirement this offseason.

Who are the big-time defenders in New England now – safety Devon McCourty, cornerback Malcolm Butler, aging linebacker David Harris? Not only does Patricia have to rely on a host of role players on defense, his scheme is remade each week depending on the opponent. One week it’s more of a 3-4 front, the next it’s more 4-3. Sometimes it’s both, but the results are always the same.

Patricia’s defense ranked eighth last year in yards allowed with 337 per game, but was the top scoring defense in the league, surrendering just 15.6 points per game. Without Dont’a Hightower, the Patriots defense lacks star power this year and ranks 28th in the league, allowing 375.7 yards per game. But yards don’t win games, points do. New England’s defense ranks ninth in the league in scoring defense, surrendering 18.6 yards per game.

Patriots DC Matt Patricia - Photo by: Getty Images
Patriots DC Matt Patricia – Photo by: Getty Images

The 43-year old Patricia is known for his trademark look, which is a backwards hat, a sweatshirt, his lumberjack beard and a pencil behind his ear. He’s also known for his brilliant game plans – literally.

Patricia is as smart as they come, having attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he was a four-year letterman playing guard and center from 1992-95. The football team was named the “Engineers,” of course. Patricia received a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, which actually makes him a rocket scientist.

Patricia’s shining moment came in Super Bowl 49 against Seattle with the game on the line and the Seahawks at the 1-yard line with just seconds left when Butler, a rookie, picked off Russell Wilson to win the game for the Patriots.

“I knew they were going to throw it,” said Butler. “From preparation, I remembered the formation they were in and I knew they were doing a pick route.”

NFL coaches have a way of overcomplicating things and that’s what Seattle head coach Pete Caroll did by throwing the ball instead of having Wilson turn around and hand bruising running back Marshawn Lynch the ball.

“What were they thinking?!” said former Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner, who played for the Patriots. “I just really feel like sometimes these coaches are so intelligent they out-strategize themselves. It’s simple. You turn around and give it to the best back in the game. He picked up like four yards and landed a yard away from the end zone the play before.”

According to a story on SI.com, Belichick started taking Patricia with him on scouting trips when he was a young assistant in order to help develop him. “[Matt] logged a lot of hours driving Bill around,” said former Patriots lineman Matt Light, who is friends with Patricia. “[Bill] wanted him close because he saw the value in a guy like Matt. People talk about players, but a really good coach? That may be more rare than an elite corner or quarterback or defensive end. They’re very difficult to find in this league.”

Patriots DC Matt Patricia & HC Bill Belichick - Photo by: Getty Images
Patriots DC Matt Patricia & HC Bill Belichick – Photo by: Getty Images

Not every apple that has fallen from the Belichick tree has been ripe. Many have been rotten, including Romeo Crennel, Eric Mangini and Charlie Weis. Even personnel man Scott Pioli didn’t shine when he was hired away New England.

Yet there have been some success stories. General manager Thomas Dimitroff has had success in Atlanta, and Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht has improved the talent on the Bucs roster.

From a coaching standpoint, Nick Saban has had immense success at Alabama at the college level, while Kirk Ferentz has been a mainstay at Iowa for decades. Bill O’Brien was successful at Penn State before making the leap to the Houston Texans.

Belichick believes it’s time for McDaniels to get another shot as a head coach and for Patricia to get his first opportunity at leading a team.

“They should absolutely be on any head coaching list,” Belichick said. “I can’t imagine that there are many other coaches that could present a resume equal or comparable to theirs. They’ve done a great job here for a sustained period of time, so a great track record. I personally think that a list of head-coaching candidates that didn’t include them would be incomplete.”

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Scott Reynolds is in his 25th year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds spent six years giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: [email protected]
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GoldsonAges

Regardless of the teams issues this year I would keep koetter over McDaniels, Patricia, or Gruden. Gruden’s defense GAVE UP ON HIM during his last 5 years here. Do we not remember that awful stretch? McDaniels does not have the respect of the players. Did you see Brady ripping into him on the sidelines in the last game. And why is Patricia going to be a good coach? Simply because he is under a great coach? Rubbish. I am hoping the Glazers stay the course with Koetter and clean out the awful scouting department. If Peyton Manning is ready to… Read more »

devasher

Bill Parcells once said “You are what your record says you are.” And that’s true in most cases, except when you are Jason Licht and Pewter Report is covering you. In that case, you may be the GM of the best 4-8 team in professional football, although the 4-8 Houston Texans may disagree and have a better -13 pt differential to Tampa’s -45. The fact that Tampa just lost to a Brett Hundley led Packers team and Licht’s teams have won 35% of their games is really only secondary to the completely subjective “upgraded talent” department that Scott has made… Read more »

Ken Grant

The defense didn’t give up on Gruden. Things fell apart when everyone found out Monte was likely leaving.

Also, the scouting department is fine. You are still bitter than you were completely wrong on Josh Evans. Get over it.

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devasher

I’m sorry I don’t know who Josh Evans is… are you talking about Justin Evans? And what a great impact Justin Evans has made for the fortunes of this franchise! Why if Josh…I mean Justin Evans wasn’t here, the Bucs might not have beaten the New Englan….I mean, that pick against Green Bay was the difference in the ballgame…oh wait, you mean this team is 4-9 and headed for it’s 4th straight non-playoff season under Licht because his greatest moves in the past two years are drafting a safety, a strongside linebacker and a TE? You mean those positions don’t… Read more »

spartan

I know you said you are not advocating for Koetters firing Scott, but you certainly are writing like he is a dead man walking.

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JustaBuc

A-effiing-men brother. At this point, I’m not even mad anymore that PR is shilling for Koetter to get fired and Gruden to replace him because the PR’s interview of Gruden got 5 minutes in the national spotlight. We’re not stupid.

And yes, until there’s something actually solid, it’s just shilling.

Here’s the bottom line when it comes to managing a franchise:

Instant
Sustainable
Success

Pick two.

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Ja'crispy

my favorite thing Belicheck said in that video…”Good players cant overcome bad coaching. Its impossible.” So true.

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MudManVA

Nice fab 5 again. Grading the whole Licht should be given a contract extension. If you are the GM your are going to have hits & misses in regards to drafting & signing personnel. We can rehash all his hits & misses, but his wins are far greater than his misses. The roster has gotten better since he arrived. Any BUC fan not drinking the Kool-aide could see that the BUCS were 2-3 more drafts away (after last year) from being a “real” playoff team. Both lines need to be improved, and our young players need to grow up/mature. (I… Read more »

martinii

Good articles Scott, not exactly what I thought I would be reading at this point in the season. Definitely thought we would be discussing play-offs. let me say at this point as unpopular as it may seem, I am not ready for a coaching change. It has become a bi-annual ritual that over the last several years has produced little to no improvement in the number of Wins. In fact 2016 9-7 was a breath of fresh air and fed into the heightened expectations of 2017. I doubt if we could get a quality coach or coordinator with out reputation.… Read more »

matador

I’m not saying Gruden is the savior but if you still think he won with Dungy’s team you are clearly an idiot. Please please PLEASE recount for us position by position how you came to that conclusion. We’ve become a nation of idiots forming opinions based on feelings instead of facts. Do us the favor of making a fact based argument. Thanks in advance

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a-bomb

The premise here about coaches that adjust is spot on. There is little evidence to indicate that Smith and/or Koetter are capable of making these kind of adjustments. I do take some issue with the implication that Licht is somehow insulated because he has “improved the talent.” If you want to see how a “real” GM runs a team look no further than Steve Yzerman. Not only are the Lightning loaded with talent now, but they also have a very well stocked farm system. Yzerman and his staff just make decisions that always seem to work out- I don’t think… Read more »

DonkeyHunter

I’m glad how SR claims to not have an agenda, and then proceeds to report about how he spoke with players in the locker room about their feelings and thoughts on Gruden.

Koetter and Licht should’ve kicked his ass out of there on the spot.

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Naplesfan

Good fab 5, Scott. In game coaching is an absolute must, and does separate the bad from the good from the great. But good in game coaching, including adjustments, is also a product of preparation and contingency planning, as Bill Belichick explains from his quotes. If you haven’t already thought out not only Plan A but also Plan B and Plan C and Plan D in advance, then you just become clueless on the field, just pulling out of your hindquarters whatever comes to mind (like Coach Smith’s incredible 14 different defenses for JJ!!!). Definitely both McDaniels and Patricia ought… Read more »

matador

It has been Bust Central under Licht. He must go. If the Glazer boys keep him it will just prove they’re clueless. How many of his picks have been unqualified successes? Very few is the objective answer. Feel free to list them out to prove me wrong, I’m open to information based arguments.

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Boricua55

I fully agreed with you that matador…Jason Light and Mike smith need to GO..!!! …I’m starting the fan push for Derrick Brooks to become our next GM…It’s time…he’s done a great job as the Storm GM and free agents will come here to play and not steal the Bucs money because we over pay for them such as (Lazy Chris Baker). They know a DB a (Hall-of-farmer) is watching…!! Koetter should get another year unless Derrick thinks otherwise..!! Mike Smith should be the first one out the door..!! He system doesn’t work…!! Rate this item:Thumb UpThumb DownSubmit Rating00 No votes… Read more »

drdneast

So we are going to fire Koetter because the Mike Smith defense has been rancid pretty much all year. Scott, you make abut as much sense as some of the people who post out here. Also, weren’t you one of the people who were relieved last year when Smith wasn’t hired away.an OL Where was your foresight last year. Give me a break. I’m all for firing Smith, but the core reason for this defenses ineptness is because our defensive line is old, slow and over the hill. When I was calling for a defensive lineman in last year, you… Read more »

Buc 1976

The D line is old. I have wondered how far VH3 Would have fallen if the Bucs had taken Rankins instead. As for Spence undersized for a Dlineman. As for our GM the best draft was when Jon Robinson was here pluses we had 1st or 2nd pick every RD. The FA signings are bad except for Grimes and he kind of fell in our laps.

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surferdudes

Well drd, if you’re going to blame Smith’s defense, shouldn’t you blame the man who wanted to hire him? That would be Koetter. Scott you say Licht signed Martin, and others for fear of seeing them move on, having success, and being criticized for not resigning them. Belichick does not have that fear, part of the reason for his success. He’s let popular players walk, traded others considered by some vital, yet he keeps winning with what he has. Credit has been given for resigning McCoy, and David. I saw David miss a tackle that would’ve prevented that T.D. Sunday,… Read more »

Horse

Good Article Scott; I just don’t have a clue what we should do after this season is over. The things you have pointed out with the Patriots ares valid. After the season is over I hope the Glazers give Licht and Koetter a pass for one more year if they are willing to make some changes and one of them is to let Mike Smith go and Koetter gives up play calling and be just the Head Coach. I’m not a Gruden fan because I felt part of Gruden problems with the past Bucs as Head Coach and player caller… Read more »

e

So, for how many years has PR talked up the new coach in the first year and then proceeded to tear him down the next? I don’t believe that any coach is going to be successful with the franchise under such immense pressure. Ron Riviera won 6 games his first year and then 7 the next? Would he have survived the PR assault? Belichick went 6, 7 & 7 wins his first three years in Cleveland… then, 5 wins in NE before he latched on to Brady. Tomlin did have success, but with an established team & franchise QB right… Read more »

Boricua55

We just need a GM with an eye for Football talent….Derrick Brooks needs to be the BUCS next GM..!!

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cgmaster27

well when it comes to what we have here, this offseason will be full of some tough choices. One thing is for certain though is that Mike Smith needs to go, end of story. HIs defense has been awful outside of a 5 game stretch last year. Hope the Giants take him. When looking at whether we should keep Koetter and LIcht, if I were the Glazers I would give Koetter another year ONL:Y under certain circumstances. 1, you need to get an offensive coordinator to call plays, and 2 fire you buddy Mike Smith. Then and only then do… Read more »

inspecto

Trading up to draft that kicker in the 2md is very damning to Light.If he was 50/50 that would push under.

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seat26

I am still of the opinion that our expectations were unrealistic for this year. we won 9 games last year and maybe we were not as good as other 9 and 7 teams. We still had several positions that we were weak at and we didn’t address them in the Draft. And we have been injured in positions this year that we were strong in making us and all around mediocre team. I love Howard, but we already had one of the best TE’s in football and I really think that first pick was a waste strategically. The Coaching has… Read more »

buccaneerNW

The Gruden propaganda network is at it again. PR pumps Gruden like FuxNuze pumps Trump.

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Dbuc63

bucNW, Still suffering from TDS. (Trump Derange syndrome) GET OVER IT

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buccaneerNW

Not as long as there’s a fascist traitor in the White House. Not gonna get over it. You must be one of the gullible morons who voted for the ignoramus.

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buccaneerNW

Also, if you wanna talk about derangement, what’s more deranged than a president and a party that still spend time deflecting away from issues to bring up old conspiracy theories about HRC which have been thoroughly debunked. Oh I’m sorry, Russia must be fake news, despite the ongoing investigation and obvious lies and coverups from virtually everyone we’ve heard of in the campaign. But you might not have heard about any of that because you’re probably putting on a tinfoil hat and filling your brain with FuxNuze and Breitbart. Delusional morons. Rate this item:Thumb UpThumb DownSubmit Rating00 No votes yet.… Read more »

loviesmith

all I know is something has to change! The free agents are terrible the play-calling is terrible and the defense stinks

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seat26

I agree. I am not sure that it is coaching but maybe you are right. I think we got unlucky with Baker. He is past his prime. Ayers is good but too old as well. Jackson is just not being used enough in my opinion. Some of this is Injury related. But I think if we can have one or two more drafts as good as this last one but in positions that we need addressing, we can be a lot better. One guy on the Defensive line who can play at an above average level is not enough. Rate… Read more »

Boricua55

Mike Smith & Jason Light need to go….Derrick Brooks needs to be our next GM..

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drdneast

surferdude, you make some valid points about McCoy and David and I’m not against trading either of them if the price is right. Unfortunately at the moment, McCoy is about our only serviceable defensive lineman. I also don’t think anyone is going to offer us a No.1 pick for either one of them. This team really needs to revamp it’s defensive line and has needed to for the last four years. Every defensive lineman that Dominick drafted proved to be a bust except for William Gholston and he is no world beater. They better seek an A rated DL in… Read more »

seat26

I took a lot of heat for wanting to trade McCoy last year, because the hype on him was so great I believed we could have gotten multiple picks. If we had taken a DE, Corner and Running back early, who knows how different this year might have looked? But then without McCoy this year, we might have lost every single game. It’s a tough position to be in when the talent level is so strong at Linebacker and so suspect on the Defensive line.

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deeznuts

At this point, it’s time for amageddon. Cut everyone who isn’t Lavonte David, Kwon Alexander, Gerald McCoy, Mike Evans, DJax, Ali Marpet, Demar Dotson, Brate, OJ Howard, or Jameis Winston.

Maybe we can keep a few guys like Justin Evans (even though his INT’s dont make up for his blown coverages), Ryan Smith, Kendall Beckwith, and Chris Godwin.

The offensive line, head coaching, and pass defense/rush are atrocious. Gruden wouldnt touch the current roster with a 50-foot pole.

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Bucs Capacitor

Wait, so the main knock on McDaniels is that once things got tough and they started, he didn’t know how to handle his players? Given our recent history, do you REALLY think that that’s a quality we need in a head coach in Tampa? You can tell me all you want about how he’s had time to learn under Belicheck…but he had time to learn under him BEFORE Denver. I’m sorry, but while McDaniels is a great playcaller, all we can do is hope that he’s learned from his mistakes. The only true proof we have in his head coaching… Read more »

Bucs Capacitor

* started losing

I need to proof read before posting.

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Buc76

Scott knew the season was over after the Arizona game and that was Correct. Fire Koetter and Licht

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seat26

Regime changes every two years are not helping us.

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Buc-n-Philly Fan

It seems nothing helps our Team. Maybe we really are cursed. I am so tired of sucking….

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