Previously, Joe has referred to the Bucs’ 2014 fifth-round draft picks, offensive linemen Kevin Pamphile and Kadeem Edwards, as “milk cartons.”
That’s not kind, and it may be a little unfair. But hey, fans were looking for Pamphile and Edwards — and still are — to show signs of life. [read more]
The Bucs seem desperate for a nasty defensive end, after coming up empty in pursuit of Trent Cole and Greg Hardy in free agency.
This year’s draft class allegedly is rich with DEs. So, of course, Joe asked Lovie Smith about it at the NFL Owners Meetings in Phoenix last week. [read more]
For reasons Joe doesn’t quite understand, All-Pro Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is suddenly making noise because he doesn’t want to uproot his family in the expected San Diego franchise relocation to Lipstick City.
Well, if Rivers is traded, wouldn’t he have to uproot his family anyway? Perhaps to lesser places to live? Los Angeles may not be Shangri-La, but it sure beats living in, say, Chicago. So Joe is dubious of the Bucs ever getting Rivers. [read more]
Joe believes the Bucs have perhaps one of the deepest stables of running backs in the NFL. And the way running backs get beaten to death, that’s a good thing. [read more]
A prominent national NFL voice and former personnel executive projects the Buccaneers will trade down and still draft Jameis Winston. [read more]
Bucs fans freak out about the offensive line, desperately latching on to any familiar name to be a plug-and-pray solution to the sieve. [read more]
One could make a helluva argument that the Bucs have one of the best one-two punches at wide receiver in the NFC. Not the best, that belongs to the Packers with Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, and Detroit is better with Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate. [read more]
Crab-legs-stealing, BB-gun-shooting, obscenity-hollering, Heisman-Trophy-winning, former national champion Jameis Winston, the pride of Florida State University, continues to look like a much better quarterback prospect than Mike Glennon.
It’s Joe’s daily nugget on the Jameis Watch, celebrating the best quarterback ever to wear No. 5 in the state of Florida. [read more]
How nice of former Bucs secondary coach and Chiefs and Jets head coach Herm Edwards to invite Joe to the BSPN studio set at the NFL Owners Meetings this week.
What a gesture. [read more]
Those with heart conditions, stomach disorders, and/or violence issues while under stress should not keep reading. [read more]
With all the love Bucs coach Lovie Smith showed prospective
savior rookie quarterback Jameis Winston, might the Bucs actually trade down?
Joe would just about jump off a roof if that happened, and Joe also has a decent idea it would cause unrest in the streets and nausea in the season ticket sales office at One Buc Palace. [read more]
As Joe has written previously, there is mayhem and rioting at JoeBucsFan.com world headquarters. [read more]
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No, there is no chance in hell former Bucs quarterback, leaky, sleepy Josh Freeman ever steps foot inside One Buc Palace again, unless he is hired to fix a clogged toilet. In recent weeks, Joe has been shocked by the number of inquiries about a return of Freeman.
Seriously. [read more]
Yes, Bucs icon Derrick Brooks is in the ear of Jameis Winston, the guy likely to be Tampa Bay’s
savior selection with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft.
That’s a good thing. [read more]