Josh Freeman: Breaking Down the Bucs Signal-Caller at the Midpoint of the Season

October 24, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Josh Freeman and the Tampa Bay offense have had a roller coaster season thus far. The first three games were, collectively, not very good.
He threw for 243 yards and two TDs against the Giants, but that game was pancaked between two subpar performances against Carolina and Dallas where he threw for 248 yards and two TDs—combined.
All told, in his first three games, Freeman threw for 491 yards, four TDs and three INTs, while the offense as a whole scored an average of 20 points per game.
However, Freeman and the offense have improved by leaps and bounds over the past three contests, as the Bucs have averaged 29.3 points and nearly 450 yards of total offense per game, with Freeman showing the greatest individual improvement.
Having said that, while many questioned Freeman and his ability to effectively lead this team offensively after a shaky start to the season, I'm left to wonder whether or not offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan and head coach Greg Schia...

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