Yasinkas, the four letter network's NFC South blogger calls out Josh Freeman and Mike Williams here for overconfidence. Freeman is quoted as saying he believes the reason he has thrown six interceptions is overconfidence. If he is so confident, I wish he would throw it past the first down marker every now and then. Williams is quoted as saying he has been playing terribly, and nobody really disagrees. Morris does come to his rescue with quote about being young though. This bit about Freeman's lack of success thus far was especially interesting: "Part of it may be the play selection. Freeman’s got one of the league’s strongest arms, yet the Bucs haven’t been throwing down the field very often. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Freeman’s attempted just eight passes of 21 or more yards and he's completed only two of them. The only other regular starter to have thrown fewer deep passes is Indianapolis’ Kerry Collins (seven), and he’s missed two games due to injury."