Now that Josh is starting in a new environment I'm torn in whether I want him to succeed or to fail. To watch Josh fail would to back my opinion that he is not the franchise QB of any team and he would work best as a back up. To watch Josh succeed would mean that his skills were utilized in a way to fit a system and that the Tampa Bay coaching staff failed him in Tampa. Then I can blame Schiano for the poor job he has done with a highly skilled team.
So the question I pose is: If Josh comes out and plays/manages a beautiful game in New York, which is likely considering their current state, will the Glazers look at it as how poor their coach and coaching staff truly is? I'm not professional, just a fan, but if I'm the Glazers and I see him succeed elsewhere, I'd start questioning what's going on in One Buccaneer Place.
I never really got on the Freeman train. Even during his "good" season where they went 10-6 I believed it to be dumb luck, but I do hope he can find some success in Minnesota. Thanks Josh for your hard work.