Nick Carter of Backstreet Boys Wants Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Fire Greg Schiano

By Dan Parzych
Greg Schiano
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From releasing Josh Freeman to starting rookie Mike Glennon at quarterback, 2013 has been an interesting season so far for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they’re off to a disappointing 0-5 start–with their latest loss coming on Sunday against Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles. After showing potential at times last year, Buccaneers fans have every reason in the world to be frustrated with the team and things in Tampa Bay are so bad–even one of the Backstreet Boys wants to see head coach Greg Schiano pack up his bags and leave.

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to see Bucs fans express their frustrations towards Schiano as the team just can’t seem to catch a break and find a way to win a football game this year, but it’s always hilarious to see a popular celebrity chime in on these types of situations. Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys has always been a die-hard fan of Tampa Bay and shortly after Sunday’s loss–the popular singer decided to express his frustration towards the head coach on Twitter.


As mentioned before, Carter has every reason in the world to be frustrated just like the rest of Bucs nation considering how terrible this team has looked so far this season. For a team many expected to be a sleeper in the NFC South this year, the Buccaneers season could be over before November even rolls around and there’s no question Carter isn’t the only one hoping the team decides to part ways with Schiano as head coach.

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