This homegrown, lifelong Bucs fans has put his cards on the table. (more…)
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Former Richie Incognito teammate Anthony Becht, an analyst on the Buccaneers Radio Network, is against adding Incognito to the Tampa Bay roster.
Incognito is a good football player, Becht said on WDAE-AM 620, but “it’s Tuesday to Saturday that’s the problem.” (more…)
Guys who may have flashed in practice might want to show up in the second half Saturday. Unless something unexpected happens, Bucs coach Lovie Smith’s already has a good idea of his top-75. (more…)
When someone mentions the name “Patton,” Joe, being the history geek, immediately thinks of iconic World War II commander George Patton and his famous march through France, which became military lore for speed and efficiency.
Local Gators fans peppering Joe with Bucs questions have a different sort of Patton in mind. That would be receiver/returner Solomon Patton. (more…)
As always, Joe had fun tonight talking all things Bucs with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig of WDAE-AM 620.
All kinds of Bucs topics were on the table, including plenty of talk about currently invisible Michael Johnson, magical Gerald McCoy, the Jeff Tedford offense, among others. (more…)
Joe can still hear shrieks from Bucs fans after watching the offensive line get tossed around like tackling dummies in the preseason loss to the Jags. It was an eye-opening scene, in a nightmarish sort of way.
Joe could and did understand the outrage. Not even Roger Staubach would have been able to operate an offense behind what was alleged to have been blocking that night. Poor Bucs quarterback Josh McCown was running for dear life on each play. (more…)
In some ways, Joe leans back in his comfy high-back leather chair in his home office and roars out loud. It’s almost like a cheesy 1960s James Bond knockoff where a sixtysomething evildoer holds a hottie spy hostage in an underwater Caribbean lair in some diabolical plot to break out stolen nukes and rule the world.
Only this is the NFL and Jeff Tedford is the sixtysomething guy. But to the best of Joe’s knowledge, Tedford doesn’t have Rachel Watson lassoed in Lovie Smith’s notorious basement, mainly because Floridians don’t have basements. (more…)
Offensive line play was such a trainwreck against Jacksonville, the debut of the Lovie Smith-endorsed Jeff Tedford offense, that any guy walking around with a white can could see changes needed to be made.
Had changes not been made, quarterback Josh McCown’s life insurance would have been canceled. It was brutal to watch and painful to remember. (more…)
The Bucs play a total of six games a year against the hated Dixie Chicks, the Stinkin’ Panthers, and the bounty-loving Saints. For those who want to snoop on the Bucs’ hated rivals, Joe provides a regular glimpse at what’s happening around the NFC South. (more…)
The Tampa Bay offensive line looked improved Saturday night but that’s not saying a whole lot.
That was the message from former Buccaneers, Jets, Rams, Chiefs and Cardinals tight end Anthony Becht. (more…)
Defensive end Michael Johnson signed a five-year deal worth $43.75 million, per Rotoworld.com. Some even suggested that paired with Gerald McCoy, Johnson would be the next Simeon Rice.
Frankly, unless Johnson flips the switch next month, the next person comparing him to Rice should be towel-snapped in the shower. (more…)
Don’t panic, Tampa Bay fans. It’s only been one quarter of one preseason game for the first-team offense. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and the Bucs’ new regime will need time to jell and smooth out the rough spots and fill holes. There’s plenty of time before opening day.
That’s the message from One Buc Palace, but that doesn’t seem to be the message from many ex-NFL players. (more…)