Joe can’t believe the cries for McCown. They are illogical. [read more]
In these unsettled times of devastating Bucs losses, constant change and growing pains, Joe thought it would be wise to bring back THE OPTIMIST.
THE OPTIMIST is Nick Houllis, a Bucs fan and an accomplished writer whose steadfast allegiance to the Buccaneers goes back to the 1970s. Houllis is the founder, creator and guru of BucStop.com, a place Joe goes to get lost in time via Houllis’ stunning video collection.
THE OPTIMIST will shine that positive light in your eyes. Some will love it. Some won’t. … Of course, THE OPTIMIST’s opinions are his alone and are not influenced by Joe. [read more]
Much like the Vikings’ Everson Griffen, the Browns have their own dangerous, late-blooming pass rusher, former Super Bowl hero Paul Kruger.
Kruger, a 3-4 rush linebacker, ripped off three sacks against the Raiders on Sunday (none against Donald Penn). [read more]
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Lovie Smith was given the business this morning by Tampa Bay Times writers Rick Stroud and Tom Jones for what they believe were contradictions in the head coach’s comments yesterday. [read more]
Bucs icon Derrick Brooks knows his beloved Bucs are at a critical point in their season.
Things could go in either direction. [read more]
Remember how we heard all about the “Dunkaneers?” You know, the new brand of offensive football with the Jeff Tedford-led Bucs offense?
You remember, don’t you? Where quarterback Josh McCown heaves the ball deep and lets the taller than tall Tampa Bay receivers (Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans and Austin Seferian-Jenkins) just go up and get it; sky over cornerbacks for those long passes? [read more]
Pretty telling stuff was revealed when the St. Louis media dove into their end of the Mark Barron trade to the Rams.
The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety, along with Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, had plenty to say. [read more]
When Team Glazer hired Lovie Smith in January, ending a months-long courtship, one concession Lovie must have had from Team Glazer was an allowance and freedom to spend big time on free agents.
While we are not quite at the halfway point of the 2014 season — the Cleveland game this Sunday will be game No. 8 — thus far the Bucs’ new free agents haven’t exactly been lottery winners. Let’s take a quick look: [read more]
Bucs news forthcoming.
RGIII to start Sunday. [NFL]
Medical pot dilemma: finding legal seeds. [Denver Post]
Bill Belicheat lusts over Peyton Manning. [BSPN]
Dan Marino is Ryan Tannehill’s personal quarterback coach. [CBS Sports]
Assault on the Charlie Crist record gets national attention. [Washington Post]
May have been the best trophy presentation at the World Series last night. [TheBigLead]
FSU football team decided to troll the internet and march past a crab shack. [Deadspin]
And that brings Joe to the young coveted quarterback prize as the Bucs try to build a Super Bowl contender. Welcome to another edition of Jameis Watch. [read more]
Yesterday, Bucs general manager Jason Licht found a
sap suitor to take safety Mark Barron and his contract off the Bucs’ hands.
Today, Bucs coach Lovie Smith raved about Barron as a player, but then sent mixed messages when he stated the trade was made to improve the team today, not down the road. [read more]
If you can stomach watching the Bucs-Viking game again, you’ll see splash plays by starting left defensive end Will Gholston.
Yes, Gholston has been starting since Week 2 and has been way too quiet, but he is heating up. [read more]
It’s not just an ankle issue any longer for struggling defensive end Michael Johnson.
Lovie Smith revealed that Johnson has a new ailment and was limited in practice today. [read more]