Monday, January 2, 2012

Bucs Axe Raheem Morris Wants fresh Start

The writing was on the wall for Raheem Morris even if he did not want to see it. Going 17-31 is not something the Buccaneers wanted to see from Morris or a 10 game losing streak this season. After a 10-6 record in 2010-11 season big things were expected, but it never happened. The Bucs started 4-2, but the wheels feel off the ship and they went downhill from there.

Tampa Bay is a very young team and Raheem Morris did all he could, but new leadership was needed. The Buccaneers are young and need a coach with a lot more experience to lead them. Morris was just not the guy to do it. I told people this when the Bucs let go of Jon Gruden. Now the Buccaneers will need to find another coach and the search begins. let's hope they find a coach that will work out long-term and not be another coaching carousel in Tampa Bay.

Baker Mayfield Keeps Browns Slim Playoff Hopes Alive With Another Win

Baker Mayfield keeps doing whatever it takes to win games and Cleveland Browns fans could not be happier. Mayfield did not play well in the...