Per Glazer, Schiano also told the players that they are stuck with him. He also confirmed what most people have been thinking: Schiano was never the right man for this job. Former Bucs such as Ronde Barber and Michael Bennett recently have bashed Schiano publicly. 3 is more evidence of how badly Schiano has steered this ship since his arrival last year. But when a respected veteran the same Pro Bowl cornerback who was supposed to be a cornerstone of what Schiano hoped to build in Tampa refuses to take a definitive stance on his coach's leadership, that's when a franchise has to rethink everything it's trying to do. If Revis felt comfortable answering that question that way, then there surely are more Bucs who wish they had the clout to be so honest. It ultimately will be three seemingly innocent words uttered by cornerback Darrelle Revis that will be his undoing, words that recently were offered when a local reporter asked Revis if the players still supported their head coach.