Its being plastered everywhere now, it seems like Raheem Morris truly is the new coach of our Bucs.
Dont get me wrong, I think Raheem was on the path to becoming a HC in 2-3 years but there are certain things that must be learned through experience at different levels and over time. To make the jump directly from being a secondary coach to a head coach just doesnt give me a lot of confidence. Youre talking about going from focusing on 7-9 players to handling 53 plus personnel decisions, the media, EVERYTHING. We saw one of the most successful position coaches ever– Rod Marinelli fall flat on his face when he tried to make the jump and he was MUCH more experienced and proven than Morris.