On the latest Walking The Plank podcast, we outline some very telling stats about Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter’s history with guest Trevor Sikkema.
David Harrison and I were joined once again by Trevor Sikkema of the Pewter Report on the latest Walking The Plank podcast. There were some hot button topics that had be addressed including the Buccaneers’ coaching crisis – as some view it – as well as the (at the time) potential return of Jameis Winston.
David lays out some incredible statistics that display quite the telling trend regarding Dirk Koetter’s NFL history since he began running offenses back in 2007 with the Jacksonville Jaguars and quarterback David Garrard. Those trends have continued right into his tenure with the Buccaneers and it may be the final nail in the coffin of his undoing.
Trevor discusses what he’s seen from Koetter – both on the field and off – that makes him believe there’s likely no saving him anymore. We then get into the heated Jameis Winston discussion.
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At the time of recording, it had not been announced that Winston would be the starter in Lambeau this Sunday. Despite that, the arguments for why he shouldn’t still hold weight as none of us believe it makes even the slightest bit of sense.
The three of us even get into the Eli Manning discussion and David holds absolutely nothing back in his shredding of Ben McAdoo and the Giants organization.
Finally, David and I wrap up with a preview of the Packers game with our predictive scores, as well as offensive and defensive players of the game.
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