But moving the pocket for Glennon? That’s different. But that is just what Emory Hunt of “Football Gameplan” suggests the Bucs should do. [read more]
Joe knows of no more mellow vibe on the airwaves. It also can be revealing. [read more]
Joe knows this will wake up Bucs fans this morning, if they haven’t yet had their morning ration of caffeine. It sure got Joe’s attention and it isn’t even 7 a.m.
A BSPN scribe who covers the Vikings, a cat by the name of Ben Goessling, typed a piece in which he states the Vikings will win Sunday by two scores, mostly because the Vikings are used to close games against far superior opponents. [read more]
Long before players come to the NFL, they were high school players (with rare exceptions). That includes Lavonte David and Teddy Bridgewater.
The outside linebacker and the rookie quarterback for the Vikings actually played high school football together down at Miami Northwestern. It was there, David said today, it was clear Bridgewater would play on football’s highest levels. [read more]
Joe always laughs when he reads fans all bent out of shape because Lovie Smith never gets bent out of shape.
It’s like some feel if a coach isn’t going all Jim Leavitt, acting like the madman he is, somehow a coach isn’t doing a good enough job.
Joe finds this all hogwash of the first order. It seems Vincent Jackson believes the same thing. [read more]
Yes, both teams have issues. But what do the Bucs need to look good? [read more]
But the Bucs icon also shared interesting bye-week thoughts. [read more]
The ESPN statistical gremlins are buzzing about data inside the horrid Vikings passing game, and the dreadful Buccaneers pass defense.
It’s a clash of the have-nots. [read more]
It’s about time those “Dunkaneers” get the ball aired out to them more often. Let these big-bodied Bucs go all Chocolate Thunder on the Vikings cornerbacks.
After all, the Bucs paid handsomely for Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans and Austin Seferian-Jenkins, and the Vikings have issues in their secondary. [read more]
Too much has been made about how Leslie Frazier’s knowledge of some Vikings personnel might be able to help the Bucs. Rarely will something like that materialize into a true positive.
However, left tackle Anthony Collins’ intimate knowledge of the Mike Zimmer defense the Vikings employ, that’s more worthwhile. [read more]
When Bucs fans decide to partially fill the Stadium on Dale Mabry Highway Sunday, they should expect to see a pass rush. No, not from the Bucs! Just what have the Bucs done this year that you would actually expect them to harass Teddy Bridgewater, even with a porous offnesive line? [read more]
Bucs fans were giddy. Still searching for that first playoff win since Chucky hoisted the Vince Lombardi Trophy aloft in victory in January 2003. [read more]
Before Bucs fans turned apathetic – the worst thing for any team is its fans just throwing in the towel — they were downright angry with players they believed were not playing up to their potential.
Oh, there were several names involved. And Joe cannot blame the fans. Well, now it seems Bucs coach Lovie Smith is joining them. [read more]
Bucs news forthcoming.
Bratty Jay Cutler not an elite quarterback. [NFL]
Jadeveon Clowney claims he is ready to play. [BSPN]
A Broncos defensive back punched a cabbie. No, not that guy. [Deadspin]
Cash cut off to medical marijuana dispensaries. [Denver Post]
Corgi vs. squirrel. [YouTube]
How much could the Rays pocket off a new local TV deal? Enough to cover their payroll with cash left over. [RaysIndex]