After the Bucs’ 31-20 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, tight end Tom Crabtree talked about the frustration of being 0-5 and what Bucs need to do to get that elusive first win.
“I’d be lying if I told you that we weren’t frustrated and we’re all happy, but that’s not the case. The big thing is, I think we have a good group of guys and coaches. Coaches and players are going to stick together. Nobody’s blaming anybody. It’s a team effort and we’re all frustrated, we’re all tired of it. We’ve just got to come together and figure out what we’ve got to do to get this thing going.”
Crabtree also gave assessments on rookie quarterback Mike Glennon, who started just his second NFL game, and tight end Tim Wright, who just this year converted from wide receiver to tight end.