Raheem Morris: How Many Wins Does He Need To Stay Afloat in 2010?

August 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Race to 10.
This is Raheem Morris's slogan for the 2010 Buccaneers. He seems to believe that the Bucs are capable of reaching the 10-win plateau, which should be enough to get into the playoffs.
Realistically, the Buccaneers will not win 10 games. But thumbs up for aiming high, Raheem.
It will have crossed the mind of most Bucs fans that there is a very real possibility of Raheem getting fired if the team underperforms this year.
But just exactly how many wins do the Buccaneers need in order to save Raheem's job?
Let's look at three fairly realistic scenarios for the 2010 Buccaneers:
1) A six-win season: The Bucs would have doubled their win total from 2009. Although when you only win three games this is not a huge achievement. The fan reaction would be mixed; some calling for Raheem to go, and some calling for him to stay.
Much would depend on how the team plays down the stretch, but since the Bucs are in year two of a rebuilding process, and the Gl...

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