So will the Bucs shop once the free agency dinner bell rings on March 9, or will the Bucs prepare to sniff leftovers? [read more]
Joe has no idea where this narrative was conceived that Donovan Smith is some sort of turnstile. Joe suspects it came from the PFF crowd, which way, way too many people believe is Gospel yet NFL folks (who believe in analytics) snicker at it as if they are little girls baking imaginary cakes in toy ovens. [read more]
America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, was a newcomer to Tampa last spring and knew little about what to expect. [read more]
Once upon a time, Bucs overlord of football operations Jason Licht shared power with Lovie Smith, a guy who insisted there was absolutely no reason not to maximize every nickel of available salary cap dollars.
The more Joe hears about new defensive coordinator Mike Smith, the more Joe likes this hire. [read more]
Even as recently as last night, Joe surfed his Android and found a story, via Twitter, about how America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, was supposed to be the next JaMarcus Russell this time last year. [read more]
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Bucs news forthcoming.
Talk about a captive audience: Girls Scouts set up cookie sales table across the street from a pot sell house, rake in cash. [Los Angeles Times]
Magic Johnson is begging Peyton Manning to play Los Angeles. [NFL]
In case you haven’t read this yet, pretty cool story about the backroom politics of the NFL and how the Rams wound up in Los Angeles solo (so far). Story also makes Roger Goodell look like a spineless, powerless empty suit. [ESPN]
Marco Rubio has a mistress? WTH, he’s married to a former Dolphins cheerleader! [RadarOnline]
What is Tommy Lasorda looking at? [TMZ]
Urinating in Walmart with trout in the trousers. [WTSP]
Comcast is freaked out by Google Fiber. [ArtsTechnica]
Fans demand to know how America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, prepares for game days. [read more]
William Gholston might be the biggest defensive end in the NFL. At 6-6, 280 pounds, with very little body fat, Gholston simply can’t be handled in the running game by a tight end.
But Joe’s eyes are on Tampa Bay acquiring an even bigger manbeast, and one with more potential. [read more]
There’s no Cam Newton in America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, according to one prominent national NFL analyst. [read more]
The youngest member of the Buccaneers, 21-year-old emerging linebacker Kwon Alexander, has big ideas for general manager Jason Licht. [read more]