Some Tampa Bay Buccaneers unhappy with Greg Schiano and his staff

Al Messerschmidt

Following the team's fourth-straight loss, some Bucs players are fed up with the current coaching staff.

After the Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered an embarrassing 41-0 loss to the New Orleans Saints Sunday, some players have begun to show their frustrations with head coach Greg Schiano and his staff.

A report by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk quotes players anonymously following Sunday's game on their frustrations with the current staff.

"Can we send these coaches back to college?" one player privately said after the game.

During his weekly press conference Monday, Schiano brushed off the harsh words toward him and his fellow coaches.

As the Pro Football Talk article indicates, Schiano isn't going to be on his way out anytime soon despite the recent struggles. Despite this, adjustments to Schiano's often-controversial coaching style which is not popular among professional players may be in order, especially if the team does not turn around their season quickly.

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