The Tampa Bay Buccaneers turned in their worst performance of a disappointing season in Sunday’s loss to the Jaguars, and if there were questions about head coach Raheem Morris’s job security before the game, those questions increased exponentially after the game.
But Morris says he’s not worried.
“If I wanted to worry about my job security, I wouldn’t be coaching,” Morris said. “I’d be holding a microphone right now talking to some other coach, but I’m going to keep coaching and doing what I got to do.”
That “holding a microphone” line sounds like a shot at the media, but if Morris is going to be mad at someone, it shouldn’t be the media. It should be his players, who looked incompetent on Sunday.
And that, in turn, falls on Morris. Which is why he ought to be concerned about his job security, even if he says he isn’t.