Nov 11, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano reacts against the Miami Dolphins during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Poll: Should the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fire Greg Schiano? Part Two

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are no longer winless. They have won their first game of the season over the Miami Dolphins at home on Monday Night Football, and did so in somewhat dramatic fashion. For Greg Schiano, it all but guarantees him job security through the end of the season, as the Glazers were unlikely to fire him unless there were lopsided defeats and open dissent from the locker room.

So how do fans feel about the head coach now that he has a win under his belt in 2013?

In previous polls on the topic, fewer than 10% of fans considered keeping Schiano around past the 2013 season. But I am curious to know how many minds have changed by seeing Monday night’s performance.

Did the players win despite the coaching staff?

Did the coaches adjust properly and secure a much-needed victory?

You decide by voting in this poll, and letting us know in the comment section where you stand on head coach Greg Schiano. Does he have a future in Tampa Bay if he can prove himself capable of winning games in this lost season? Or was 0-8 enough to justify his firing, and at this point you can’t trust any wins as a sign of his future as a coach with the team?

Should the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fire Head Coach Greg Schiano in 2013?

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  • Centrale

    I think they’d have to win most of the remaining games in order to change my mind about keeping Schiano. It was nice to see them win a game, but this is still a team that is behaving like unfocused underachievers. They play like contenders for about 30 minutes per game. Unfortunately the games are 60 minutes, and Schiano has made some really bad playcalls late in games when the Bucs have had the lead and just need to run out the clock. Specifically, passing in situations when we should just be running. Basic clock management when conservative calls are warranted. I think we’d already have a few more wins if not for those kinds of calls.

  • Jayson Kaplan

    I don’t care if they win out the season and finish 8-8, Schiano has to go, and most importantly, Sullivan has to go with him.

    • LeoTPP

      Yeah, Sullivan won’t be back if Schiano goes.

      • Jayson Kaplan

        I still can’t believe this is the same guy that designed a pretty successful Giants offense.