There's lots going on in the ridiculous lede of this Redempto-Matic MMQB story about hilarious football coaching failure Greg Schiano's post-NFL journey of self-discovery or whatever the hell.
The troika of Jimmy Haslam, Joe Banner, and Michael Lombardi seemed doomed from the beginning, and the shit finally hit the fan yesterday with the announcement that the CEO and GM are out. We'll be hearing more and more insidery stuff as the days and weeks go by, but here's one early nugget on how the relationship…
The Cleveland Browns 2014 Coaching Search of Sadness (sponsored by Pilot Flying J) appears to be entering its final days, with a pair of surprise entrants: one guy who had previously taken his name out of the running, and another that many assumed would never coach in this league again.
Yesterday was Black Monday in the NFL. My team's coach got fired. Your team's coach got fired. EVERYONE'S coach got fired. If six Fortune 500 CEOs were all shitcanned on the same day, the markets would crash; there'd be barricades in the streets by noon. But it's a telling sign of football culture that mass purges…
Black Monday is off to a roaring start this year. We're here for blood, and there's plenty of it. Here's your running tally of all the coaches who have been axed today.
Remember when the dysfunctional Buccaneers were an 0-8 dumpster fire fueled by MRSA and ineptitude? Greg Schiano and his Men have somehow won three straight, with some legitimate play from both sides of the ball—especially rookie quarterback/intrepid middle schooler Mike Glennon. Which leaves us with the same question…
Donald Penn's score in Monday's Dolphins-Bucs game was an awesome fat guy touchdown, but it almost didn't happen. Why? Because Greg Schiano was paranoid of the Jumbotron at Raymond James Stadium.
NFL.com's Michael Silver has a new report on just how badly things have soured between Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano and his players, and it paints a bleak picture. There are two main takeaways from this story: Greg Schiano's players really, really dislike playing for him, and Schiano actually is the wannabe…
Buccaneers fans have had a lot to complain about this year, and one of the things that has elicited the most qualms from them is the perceived ineptitude of defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan. Many have pointed out that Sheridan's defense relies too heavily on zone coverage, thus negating cornerback Darrelle Revis's…
You might think a Schiano Man would see Super Bowl MVP Dexter Jackson taking in Bucs practice, not recognize him, and kick him out. You'd be wrong. A Schiano Man sends someone over to kick him out.
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The sun came up today, and that means that the garbage fire that is the 2013 Tampa Bay Buccaneers got even hotter and more garbage-y. What's new today? Allow The MMQB's Andrew Brandt to tell you about "Schiano Men."
Our "Buccaneers" tagpage is a chronicle of sadness, from a staph outbreak to the ignominious shelving of Bucco Bruce to an incipient player mutiny against college-to-pro hardass Greg Schiano to the swift divorce from once-franchise quarterback Josh Freeman. When will this end?
Just two days after Greg Schiano insisted that Josh Freeman is his starting quarterback, Adam Schefter reports that the Buccaneers will switch to Mike Glennon for this Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
CBS Sports is reporting that Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman is expected to ask for a trade before next month's deadline. Tampa Bay is no longer a healthy place for a young, inconsistent quarterback who needs a coach that doesn't hate him.
The NFL season hasn't truly started until one team melts down, revealing locker room divisions via anonymous leaks. And who better than the underachieving Buccaneers, with a hardass college coach and a disappointing young QB with a notoriously bad relationship?