All my readers are very aware of my general disdain for QB Jeff Garcia. Not only is he an average at best QB, but he is a fu#$%n baby. I figured after Jon Gruden’s firing it was only a matter of time before he spouted out some toxic whining out of his mouth…it took about a week.
“I know for me personally, going through that with him was a very difficult time, disappointing time. But the one thing that I always tried to look back on or reflect on was that I wasn’t the first and I won’t be the last. If it continues to be this way with players, it is going to get to a point where somebody who is above or in control will say ‘Enough is enough.’ I think that’s what it got to. There are players who were here in the past before I got here who had their own experiences of how they were treated or how they were misled. For the two years that I was here, I enjoyed my experiences on the field with coach Gruden but there were some things that obviously rubbed me wrong and I’m sure they were not easy to deal with. But I’m just one guy. Whatever the reason was that they made the change, they felt it was time to make the change.”
If this guy comes back to Tampa, I will be in a real pickle. My allegiance is to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, first and foremost, not any player, not any coach, not any part of management. I support the team when we suck, when we’re good and when we’re mediocre. I can’t support Carmella anymore.
“Mark Dominik, please do not resign Jeff Garcia. His arm is puny, his legs are overated and his mouth is large and filled with crap. I have supported this team since I was a little child, through thick and thin, through Trent Dilfer and Vinny Testaverde and Rob Johnson for gods sake. I will not support Jeff Garcia as our QB or even as a cheerleader for the Bucs any longer. Two years was painful enough. Please here my plea.” – Dustin Staggers, The Pewter Plank