In losing to the coach who turned them down at the last minute in January 2012, the Bucs have plunged to 0-5 in 2013, a run of futility that when considering the end of last season accounts for 10 losses in 11 games.
And with Josh Freeman no longer available to be blamed for the slide, the man who has stepped to the center of the spotlight is coach Greg Schiano.
As explained by Gary Shelton of the Tampa Bay Times, the fans who normally congregate at the southwest corner of Raymond James Stadium let Schiano have it as he left the field after Sunday’s loss to the Eagles.
Schiano, via quotes distributed by the team, downplayed the incident.
“I didn’t hear anything,” Schiano told reporters.
Source: Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk