Who’s back in the NFC South? Why, it’s Rah

by Gary Shelton on January 25, 2015 · 1 comment

in general, Tampa Bay Bucs

Sunday, 6 a.m.

He's back in the neighborhood. He's open for business.

He's rested. He's ready. He's Raheem.

And are you ready to see him again? Even on the opposing sideline?

Raheem Morris, the one-time coach who wasn't ready, is

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Paul Schulz January 26, 2015 at 7:47 am

Any head coach is only as good as the quality of players that he has on the field.

If the GM, and the owners don’t make the right choices in the draft and free agency,
no coach has a chance of success.


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