It is almost hard to believe, but in two weeks, Joe will fly to Indianapolis and brave the harsh Midwestern winter to cover the NFL Scouting Combine. [read more]
Joe understands there are folks out there convinced Vincent Jackson will be a cap casualty of the Bucs. Joe is of the opposite mind. [read more]
Plenty of evidence suggests the Bucs will have a more aggressive offense now that Dirk Koetter is the true commander-in-chief. [read more]
When Joe chatted with NFL types in San Francisco, the Bucs talk wasn’t so much about the hiring of Dirk Koetter. Clearly, NFL folks are energized by the power of America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston. He is the epicenter of Tampa Bay and what’s good for Jameis is good for the Bucs, most NFL folks reason for good reason. [read more]
Yes, in San Francisco, Joe chatted Bucs with NFL Network uber insider Ian Rapoport. It was cool to talk to him, one, because Joe knows who he talks to (no, Rapoport did not tell Joe who, but others have). So when Rapoport talks Bucs, it’s not just hare-brained nonsense he dreamed up to fill air time. [read more]
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Bucs news forthcoming.
South Florida man jailed for throwing a gator through a Wendy’s drive-through window. [WPTV]
Stinking Panthers fan freaks out, destroys TV, blames Cam Newton. [YouTube]
LeSean McCoy allegedly involved in off-duty cops being beat up. [NFL]
Super Bowl takes gouging to new levels. [BSPN]
Donald Trump confronted by a heckler. [Business Insider]
Baseball inherently screws the Rays. [RaysIndex]
Bobby Rainey’s NFL career has been marked by some great afternoons running the football, and years of teams thinking he’s not quite in their plans. [read more]
Scoring a wide receiver that can stay healthy and squeeze footballs is not the only way the Bucs can upgrade their offense when the free agency dinner bell rings next month. [read more]
So Joe went to San Francisco for Super Bowl Opening Night (nee: media day) and various other media-related events to dig up Bucs nuggets. [read more]
As the Bucs move on from their second impotent Johnson and turn their full attention to the crop of likely free agent defensive ends, they’ll discover the NFC champions have the same problem. [read more]
The Super Bowl has become, in some ways, secondary to the pomp and circumstance of Super Bowl week.
More seems to be written about and talked about all the ancillary events than the actual game. [read more]
Yes, Bucs fans were miffed late Saturday when they learned America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, was shamed by Associated Press voters, who turned against America and voted a running back, Todd Gurley of the Rams, NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. [read more]