Although he hasn't yet entered Mark Sanchez or Tony Romo territory, Josh Freeman has faced a good amount of criticism for his inconsistent play.
Fran Tarkenton is the latest to stoke the fire.
During an appearance on WDAE radio on Tuesday morning, the Hall of Fame quarterback blasted the Buccaneers signal-caller, saying he "can't play."
“He just plays God awful. And that’s who you are, right?” Tarkenton said, via JoeBucsFan.com. “Josh Freeman has proven to me that he can’t play.”
Tarkenton went on to compare Freeman to former Rays outfielder B.J. Upton, who similarly underwhelmed during his time in Tampa Bay. In all, Tarkenton's six minute interview was a scathing analysis of a player who's thrown for at least 3,400 yards in each of his last three seasons.
Freeman's teammate, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, says enough's enough.
“I think the reason I’m so sensitive about [the Freeman bashing] is because I got it for two years,” McCoy told...