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NFL Hard Count Episode 18-3

 Hue Jackson Tampa Bay Buccaneers
, Chris Baker and the Loss in Jacksonville There’s one week
left in the 2018 pre-season and this week I target my opinions at Cleveland
Browns head coach Hue Jackson, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers ‘player’ Chris Baker,
and the fallout of the Madden Tournament shooting.OFFSIDES: Hue Jackson
Quarterback DecisionsIf you get Pro Football Talk’s Michael David Smith, Hue
Jackson and I in a room I can guarantee one thing. Michael and I are going to
dislike Jackson’s quarterback decisions.Last year it was DeShone Kizer. Remember
him? He was the quarterback drafted by Cleveland who was evaluated as needing at
least two or three years to develop before possibly being NFL starter
material.At least two or three years. Jackson however, saw a day one starter.
And start, Kizer did.Five starts, five losses, three touchdowns and nine
interceptions into his first season, the quarterback who suffered with
confidence issues at Notre Dame was benched. And then he was re-inserted one
week later as the starter again. Oh, and don’t forget about his team trading for
A.J. McCarron to presumably take over starting duties. But then again, that
didn’t work either.Now, fastforward to this past week. Starting quarterback
Tyrod Taylor injured his hand failing out of bounds. He went into the locker
room to have it evaluated and it turns out he dislocated his pinky. So,
obviously he sat the rest of the game so he could heal up without risking
further injury, right?Nope. He was put back in the game. Well Tampa Bay Buccaneers
, I mean, I get that it’s only pre-season, but getting
multiple possessions in with his first-team gives them a good amount of snaps to
work on things critical to the season.Taylor played one series upon returning.
Coach Jackson has since tried to justify his decision as a team building tactic
critical to the future of the franchise. Listen, if one series in a pre-season
game with an injured hand is the difference between success and failure for your
team, then...well, it’s just not.I said it last year and I’ll say it now. As
long as Hue Jackson makes decisions like this one and still has a job, no coach
in the entire league should be fired.Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsFALSE START:
Chris Baker is what they said he wasThe Washington Redskins are not known for
hiding or retaining hidden talent in the league. In fact, they’re more known for
overpaying talent echelons above the level the player actually deserves compared
to his counterparts.Enter, Chris Baker. In the 2017 off-season the Redskins made
zero effort to retain Baker. Not even a nice ‘screw you’ type of offer to claim
they at least extended the chance for him to stay in a city he claims to love so
much.Nothing.If a team like that one wasn’t willing to keep Baker, maybe Jason
Licht and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers should have known it just wasn’t going to
work out when they brought him in last year.Now, some kudos to Licht here as he
structured Baker’s contract in a way so the team could cut ties as quickly as
possible without jeopardizing the rest of the team’s efforts. Still though,
hindsight is clear.Enter the Cincinnati Bengals. Guys. If the Redksins didn’t
want him at all, and the Bucs then released him after having one of if not the
worst defensive lines in the NFL what made the Bengals think he’d do better for
them?Too much Gold Star chili if you ask me.Well, Baker’s time in Cincy was even
shorter than his time in Tampa Bay. Perhaps the Washington Capitals could use a
permanent cheerleader in the stands.God may not be done with you Customized Tampa
Bay Buccaneers Jerseys
, Chris. But after getting dismissed in
Washington, Tampa Bay, and now Cincinnati, the NFL probably is.Florida Today-USA
TODAY NETWORKFREE PLAY: Sports Gaming TragedyIt’s pretty likely you know what
went down at a Madden Tournament in Jacksonville over the weekend. If not,
Google it.I don’t want to focus on the negative of this. Instead, I want to
focus on the positive. Almost as quickly as the reports surfaced of the shooting
happening, there were messages across all platforms sending love and prayers to
those impacted.Granted, those tweets and posts don’t prevent violence, but they
do demonstrate something. Resiliency. Just like people haven’t stopped flying,
stopped going to movies, or stopped going to school, the gamer community won’t
stop the skyrocketing trajectory their community is currently on.Instead,
they’re going to find a way to turn tragedy into inspiration. Those who have
passed will not have died in vain, instead their memories will be attached to
the future of an industry that is breaking through ceiling after ceiling on a
yearly and monthly basis.Listen www.authenticstampabaybuccaneers.com ,
I don’t game enough to be one of these guys. But the last thing I see happening
is the downfall of a generation who have turned what used to be a hobby into a
money making profession.There are a lot of angles we could discuss, just like we
always do when these things happen. I’m not going to get into all of that on
here. Instead, I’m going to help those looking to honor the memories of the
players who were lost.To those injured and recovering, I wish you a long line of
health and a quick return to the world you dedicate so much time to.To the
families affected. I hope you find peace and are able to continue life as it
deserves to be lived.Elijah Clayton and Taylor Robertson. We never met, but I
respect anyone who chases their dreams and does what they love. Rest In Peace to
you both, judging from the outpouring of love in your name, your lives were not
wasted. Eight NFL teams will carry on their practice squads a player who came
from an expanded program for overseas players.The International Player Pathway
was instituted last year. It aims to provide international athletes the
opportunity to compete at the NFL level.Alex Gray (Atlanta Falcons), Alex
Jenkins (New Orleans Saints), Eric Nzeocha (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and Efe Obada
(Carolina Pathners) participated in 2017 and will return to those NFC South
teams.The NFL announced Tuesday that the AFC North was added this year. The
Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers
also will get an exemption for an 11th practice squad member who's ineligible to
be activated during the season. Two come from the United Kingdom and two from
Germany.Those players are Moritz Bohringer (Bengals), originally drafted in the
2016 sixth round by Minnesota; German Football League player Christopher Ezeala
(Ravens); former British American Football League player Tigie Sankoh (Browns);
and former English professional rugby player Christian Scotland-Williamson
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