Aug 24, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) throws a pass against the Miami Dolphins during the second half at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Pewter Plank Podcast, Episode 8: Josh Freeman Review

Ken and Leo are back, and they’re going to break down every single dropback Josh Freeman took during Saturday night’s preseason game against Miami. How bad of a night was it for the Buccaneers’ quarterback? Who was at fault for his disappointing performance?

The guys talk about some of the offensive problems for the Bucs, and figure out what they should be worried about as the regular season approaches. Dropped passes, bad protection, and miscommunications are all discussed and debated.

There is also a look ahead to the preseason finale. What do we want to see against the Redskins on Thursday night?

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  • PINN

    First and foremost, I dig you guys’ work on this site. I share most of your stories on Google+. Hopefully, that brings you guys more traffic.
    On Freeman: Too many in our fan base are settling for mediocrity when it comes to our QB. I like Freeman, but his play has dipped below acceptable far too many times. And it’s not just this preseason. It’s overall. He has the same flaws he’s had since college. If he struggles early this season, I’m of the mind that he needs to be benched. Even if it’s only for a game or two.

    • LeoTPP

      Appreciate it!

      And it’s tough to bench, and then unbench a guy. Would be a bit of a circus. But it would be interesting to see… I just don’t think he’s gonna struggle that bad.