It's over when the Backstreet Boys leave your corner.
As if Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano needed any more negative attention thrown his way, he got it when a former teen heartthrob decided to criticize him on Twitter.
Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, whose hometown is nearby Ruskin, Fla., offered a short but harsh tweet at the embattled Tampa Bay coach, who has somehow managed to turn the Buccaneers into one of the NFL's laughing stocks of 2013.
"#FireSchiano," Carter's tweet read.
Presumably, Carter is a Buccaneers fan and is tired of the fiasco that's surrounded the franchise this season. Tampa Bay's 0-5 and has regressed each week despite acquiring much-needed talent this offseason.
With the way the Bucs have played this year, Carter will probably get his wish barring a miraculous turnaround. At this point, Carter and all Bucs fans just want the organization to quit playing games (with their hearts).
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