While Bucs fans, media, and the organization tries to figure out what the root of the Bucs problems are after starting the season 0-3, former Bucs WR Keyshawn Johnson believes the answer is quite simple.
Appearing on the "Booger and Ryan Show" on 98.7 The Fan in Tampa, former Bucs WR Keyshawn Johnson believes the team still has too many lingering effects from the previous regime.
"Unfortunately, they still have the personality of their former head coach in Schiano," Johnson said. "Any time you have a new head coach that comes into a situation and takes over a team that had some talent, but for whatever reason that coach couldn't win, the new coach usually comes in and wins. I don't know how talented the Bucs truly are."
"Lovie Smith didn't just forget how to coach over night."One of the biggest areas of concern for the Bucs just 3 games into this season is at quarterback. Josh McCown has been awful and now makes way to Mike Glennon, who only gets the start because Josh McCown has a thumb injury.
"Your quarterback has to be playing exceptionally well to win football games in the National Football League," Keyshawn Johnson said. "You can't have a quarterback playing subpar and expect to win games."
Lovie Smith has said that there is a "good chance" that Glennon starts this Sunday, but no one knows how many starts Glennon might get to impress. With that being said, can Glennon even impress that much?
"In order to win you have to have a guy like we had (Brad Johnson) who was established and knew how to play the position," Keyshawn said. "When you look at teams that are struggling and can't win football games, you just look at the quarterback. You don't see good quarterbacks in this day and age on bad football teams."
The Bucs are an 0-3 football team, they are bad, and they don't have a quarterback right now. Mike Glennon gets his first shot to prove his worth this Sunday against the Steelers.
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