Josh Mccown Signs With Bucs

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  1. The Benjamin

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    You and me both pal. That inning plays over and over in my mind.....
     
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    And a good scenario on why to be patient in FA and see how it shakes out. No need to get frazzled or in a hurry and overspend. Even some unforseen opportunities can occur if one is patient.
     
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    Good for Josh...bad for the Bucs. Hard to get a fan base excited about a journeyman backup. No weapons, brain dead head coach, and and a questionable offensive line. Hell, this year McCown's last name could be Grossman, or Burris, or Quinn.

    Lovie could fast track himself out of a job quickly the way things are shaping up in Tampa.
     
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    Mine are:

    1. Wannstedt
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    4. Dr. Phil
    5. Katy Perry (it's personal)
     
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    This is unfortunate. Josh served us well and we know it's not a matter of "if" Jay gets hurt but "when". Hopefully we will get a kid in the draft that Trestman can work magic on.

    I agree with most of you that what TB payed was too high. Besides, where are all the people that said "he'll finish his career in Chicago"? That was said about a lot of Bears (Hester, Tillman, McCown).

    What's more disturbing is Lovie trying to "recreate" the Bears. It borderlines creepy. I hope when we meet, we can show em that there is only on true "Bears" team.
     
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    I'll take care of that filthy Katy Perry. Burris can handle the rest.
     
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    Someone got turned down for a date. Who knows what Dr. Phil did to him....
     
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    You mean it wasn't Dr. Phil wasn't who turned Champ down for a date?
     
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    To be fair, I don;t think they over paid for Verner at all. I think that deal was cheap for a guy who was the best corner on the market.
     

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