I have had very few good things to say about Raheem Morris since he took over as head coach of the Buccaneers over 14 months ago. I won’t rehash for you guys all my gripes about him, because you have all read them already, and they were pretty apparent to anyone who watched more than 8 seconds of our football games.
Radio has finally admitted to everyone else though, that he had no idea what he was doing.
“I just think in Year 2 you get a better direction and sense of where you should be. You know, before this, before you become a head coach, you just think what you should do and hope it’s right…Now, I’m at a different stage. I’m at a different point. I’m like Josh Freeman, as a head coach. I’m at a different point where I got direction. I know exactly what we want to do, and now it’s up to me to demand that we execute, demand that we be accountable of it. From a players’ standpoint, a coaches’ standpoint and also a management standpoint.”
I suppose it’s good that Radio finally admitted the obvious, but it begs to ask one question. How could a guy who even admitted he had no real direction, have been hired by a team, the same team that fired one of the most organized, prepared, meticulous coaches in the league in Jon Gruden?
Ya, I’m still bitter.