(AUDIO) Scott Reynolds from Pewter Report: The Bucs Aren’t Pointing Fingers at Each Other

Scott Reynolds from Pewter Report joins Booger and Rich every Monday and Friday during football season to break down the Bucs and give you the inside information from One Buc Place. Today Reynolds helped us look back on the heart breaking loss to the New Orleans Saints in the Bucs home opener.

Reynolds addressed the recent Fox Sports report saying Darrelle Revis is upset with Greg Schiano’s coaching style and his use in the defense and said he’s no surprised by it. Many players take time to get used to Schiano’s coaching style Reynolds said. The problem is, the Schiano way has produced a 1-7 record over the last 8 regular season games.

A CBS Sports report by Jason LaCanfora stated that Josh Freeman and his camp are seeking a trade this season. Reynolds said he wouldn’t be surprised if this is true and he believes in the report. If Freeman doesn’t improve and the Bucs aren’t winning games, Reynolds said he could see a trade happen in the middle of the season.

Freeman’s stat sheet wasn’t stellar after Sunday’s game, but Reynolds said his teammates are supporting him in the locker room. Right now, the Bucs are taking the blame themselves both on the offensive and defensive side of the ball.

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