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Greg Schiano isn't affected by fan criticism

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03:46 PM ET 10.25 | The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered yet another loss thanks to a disaster of a performance against the Carolina Panthers on Thursday Night Football, so the cries for head coach Greg Schiano to lose his job grow louder. The team is clearly not buying in to Schiano's plan and the fans are growing tired of the team's losing ways. However, Schiano is not bothered one bit by the criticism that is coming from the fans.

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October 25, 2013  10:36 PM ET

Schiano knows it's just a matter of time before the clock strikes 12.

October 25, 2013  11:19 PM ET

With several years left on his contract, he doesn't have much to worry about even if they do axe him.

October 26, 2013  12:52 AM ET

So... Who's next? A fresh coordinator, a retread coordinator, or another college HC?

October 26, 2013  01:16 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

So... Who's next? A fresh coordinator, a retread coordinator, or another college HC?

Someone should let Jim Zorn out of his cage...time for him to shine!

October 26, 2013  05:15 AM ET

The look on this guys face make you want to smack him......

Couldn't play for this guy.

October 26, 2013  07:30 AM ET

The Players don't want to play for him and The Fans don't want to see him Win!

October 26, 2013  07:38 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

So... Who's next? A fresh coordinator, a retread coordinator, or another college HC?

Retread. I don't see them going back to a young coach this time or the college ranks after Raheem Moore and this guy.

October 26, 2013  08:04 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Retread. I don't see them going back to a young coach this time or the college ranks after Raheem Moore and this guy.

This ^^^

October 26, 2013  08:51 AM ET

Never liked him, He's a bullie, needs to quit or be fired, no place on a pro football team.

October 26, 2013  09:07 AM ET

At years end he will be gone and there will be some proven NFL coaches, once successful, let go. His legacy to the Bucs will be that he got rid of Freeman. A very smart move. Very. They will have a top three pick, at least, and take a QB.

 
October 26, 2013  09:55 AM ET

He should be affected! He should work smarter and solve the problems plaguing his team and fix them....that's his job.

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