Buccaneer Great Jimmie Giles Predicts 10-6 Season in 2012

Tom EdringtonSenior Writer IJuly 25, 2012

Jimmie Giles likes what he sees from Greg Schiano.
Jimmie Giles likes what he sees from Greg Schiano.

Pete Prisco from CBSSports.com says the Bucs will go 3-13 this season.

Likewise, another CBS guy, Pat Kirwan, kicks the Bucs below the belt with his 3-13 guess.

Obviously, there's something foul in the water at CBSSports.com. Maybe Pete copied off Pat or Pat copied off Pete. Whatever the case, they certainly don't hold Greg Schiano in very high esteem.

Former Buccaneer great Jimmie Giles, a Ring of Honor member, showed up on 620 WDAE's Ron and Ian show Wednesday morning and went in the opposite direction.

"I've been pretty good at predicting for them," Giles told Diaz and Beckles. "I believe they'll go 10-6 this year. I think Greg Schiano will do a tremendous job. He's old school."

Giles went on to say that the current Buc team could use a little dose of Schiano's order and discipline. 

He also thought that former coach Raheem Morris' style was a little too relaxed for the young players. "They were able to relax before they played hard. With Schiano, they'll have to play hard before they can relax."

That should be a nice change.

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