(AUDIO) Hit And Miss Draft Picks Doomed Schiano And Dominik

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TAMPA, FL - MAY 4: General manager Mark Dominik and coach Greg Schiano of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers watch a rookie practice at the Buccaneers practice facility May 4, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

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Scott Reynolds of Pewter Report joined Booger and Rich this afternoon to give us his thoughts on the firing of Greg Schiano and Mark Dominik. Ultimately the fate of both of these men rested on the shoulders of the quarterbacks that they brought it that failed to produce.  Mark Dominik with Josh Freeman, and Greg Schiano with his praise and backing of Mike Glennon.

One of main issues that doomed this season according to Scott was the inability of the offensive line to protect the quarterback along with opening up holes for the running back.  For Dominik, his hit and miss ability to evaluate talent was one of the reasons that he was not retained with the franchise.

Moving forward, Scott was asked to look forward to guys who can come in and take this to the next level.  Scott also took a look internally at who maybe guys who do survive when a new GM and coach are named.

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