Joe’s got ironic and telling words from Gerald McCoy. [read more]
Live at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Joe dives into the steel cage for the popular “JoeBucsFan.com Hour” with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig of WDAE-AM 620.
Be there. Click through above or below to listen online.
Look, the Bucs are sort of on the outside looking in for a wild card berth. Letting a win slip away from them in Indianapolis erected a speed bump to any January football hopes. [read more]
Great education here from Dolman Law group that examines how brain injuries occur.
The article explores penetrating brain injury, concussion and more. Please click on through and take a look.
Dolman Law group has a new office at 5435 Main Street in New Port Richey.
One great story of the 2015 resurgence of the Bucs is the development of the offensive line. What was the weakest unit on the Bucs now could be considered its best strength. [read more]
It’s sad how many Buccaneers fans are eternally scarred by various players ditched by Tampa Bay. [read more]
It’s a pretty safe bet that Lovie Smith wouldn’t watch a Bucs game with the sound on. [read more]
Bucs fans have developed a love/hate relationship with receiver Mike Evans.
The former first-round pick can make exceptional catches and frustrating drops, which induces fans to toss beer bottles across the room. [read more]
Who exactly beat the Bucs on Sunday in Indianapolis? [read more]
Welcome to December. Joe isn’t a big fan of December. Even in Florida it means, often, wearing a jacket.
That’s not factoring in having to spend all sorts of money just because of the month on the calendar. [read more]
Though last night on his weekly radio show, Lovie Smith offered that the Bucs should have given Doug Martin the ball more than three times in the second half of Sunday’s loss to the Colts, earlier in the day at his weekly day-after presser, Lovie defended putting the ball in the air so much. [read more]
It might surprise some Tampa Bay fans that the Buccaneers, a 5-6 team coming off a 2-14 season, aren’t used to losing. [read more]
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Bucs news forthcoming.
Barry Bonds talks about a Miami comeback. [Associated Press]
There’s a new heavyweight boxing champ and his name is Tyson. Who knew? [NYTimes.com]
Panthers celebrate one-year anniversary — of their last regular season loss. [Black and Blue Review]
Photocopied retirement letters that Kobe Bryant gave thousands of Lakers fans are selling for $1,000 on Ebay. [LATimes.com]
Vegas booms with busiest October in history. Hookers rejoice! [ReviewJournal.com]
A little light has been shed on the ridiculous mystery of Doug Martin getting just three handoffs in the final 19 1/2 minutes of yesterday’s loss to the Colts — after the 1,000-yard rusher exploded for 56 yards with the score tied at 6 in the second quarter. [read more]
It was a frustrating game for Bucs fans yesterday. Tampa Bay played uneven in the first half yet still had a touchdown lead at halftime with the ball to start the second half. [read more]
Yesterday’s game was a washout in the second half.
Seemingly on the cusp of a victory to seize a 6-5 record, the Bucs let the Colts defense punch them in the mouth and take their lunch money. [read more]