Tiquan Underwood Cut; Davin Joseph Thriving

August 24th, 2014

UnderwoodThe man who was the Bucs’ No. 2 wide receiver for much of last season is jobless again, as he was about this time of year in 2012 and 2013. Tiquan Underwood was cut by the Panthers today.

The Mike Glennon Mob has been heard all afternoon screaming, “You see. You see. Glennon had no one to throw to.”

These mobsters are printing new “19 and 9″ bumper stickers right now.

On the flip side, those who say Glennon had no offensive line might be wondering how Jeremy Zuttah (Ravens), Donald Penn (Raiders) and Davin Joseph (Rams) have all managed to get through training camp healthy and beloved on their new teams while the Bucs’ offensive line has struggled.

29 Responses to “Tiquan Underwood Cut; Davin Joseph Thriving”

  1. JonBucFan Says:

    I completely agree with you joe. Honestly those three are completely night and day in comparison to what we have now. With those three we would at least been able to give our qb’s more time to develop plays. I was really frustrated when I found out that we cut those three. Ok we get a better center but we could have moved zutah to guard cus he was versatile on the o-line. Then Joseph and penn look like hall of fame O linemen compared to what we have in that horrible line. Shit maybe I can try out for the bucs Oline. I’m 5’7 and about 180lbs disabled vet. What do you think joe. Lol

  2. gulfcoast Says:

    “Tiquan Underwood Cut; Davin Joseph Thriving” yet the article is Glennon Glennon Glennon… Dude, why the beef with Glennon slash Bucs fans? Key word “fans”….! How bout “re-hash” the news from your own accounts and other accounts but for the most part, be positive and relay information. Why all the crap stirring, dividing and constant jabs? But I guess seeing that’s the difference between a news source and a blog, seems I answered my own question. Meh, Go Bucs tho!!!

    Joe doesn’t know any Bucs fans who hang out at a bar, or at a tailgate or the office break room, who chat about lollipops and daisies when their team hasn’t made the playoffs in seven years. Joe reports and relays news and opinions of interest to fans without being afraid who that might offend. Joe shares plenty of positive and negative. And as far as “crap stirring,” your own beloved Buccaneers are telling fans to be so passionate they’re living “A Bucs Life.” Joe lives that life too, and like any life, it’s got ups and downs, positive and negative.–Joe

  3. Kevin#1 Says:

    Glad to hear Davin Joseph is doing good. I hear he is still working with the Tampa Bay community. I would have liked him to stay. Penn needed to go and at least we got a good center from Green Bay to replace Zuttah

  4. JonBucFan Says:

    Kevin. But zutah could have played guard. He could play both positions.

  5. sam Says:

    um….I saw Donald penn get beat like a drum against the Vikings Anthony Barr and the packers clay Matthews in back to back games. he looks overweight again and has clearly lost a step, so no big loss there.

  6. deminion Says:

    I just wanna see the playoffs again been so long

  7. TeamFriendlyJFroContract Says:

    If I remember correctly, ….. Joe was wanting Josh Freeman locked up to a long term ‘Team Friendly’ (whatever that means) contract. Hence the MGM-Lynch-Mob. IMO.

  8. ShiverMeTimbers Says:

    The Zuttah trade still looks ridiculous and I don’t see the justification at all. I agree with the other posters, we could have slid him to guard. If for no other reason it could have at least kept Oniel “More holes than the Titanic” Cousins from ever seeing the field.

    Penn is a good guy but has looked abysmal, even by Raiders standards. Ted Larsen is the STARTING lineman of a 10-6 Cardinals team. Joseph has also lost a step and was somewhat pricey. But losing Larsen and Zuttah were irresponsible and abysmal work by Lovie and Co. The two of them would look like All-Stars next to what we have now.

  9. nick Says:

    I saw Penn play all 3 preseason games he is awful got beat like a red headed stepchild against the packers and the Vikings his fat ass got owned on, he stinks I would rather have a rookie starting than him he is done and looks like a fat BUDDAH…

  10. lurker Says:

    and i remember you saying glennon was a great qb (he’s not even good)…so what?

    lovie has already made a poor decisions.

  11. Mattress Mike Says:

    TQ is 6’7″ with the high top fade!

  12. BirdDoggers Says:

    Not surprised to hear Davin is doing well. He wasn’t himself last season just coming back from a knee injury. I thought he was worth keeping, but oh well. Zuttah was worth keeping as well. And there you have it, the two starting guards that could’ve been.

  13. Tristan Berry Says:

    Except Zuttah was much better at center than at guard, as I recall.

  14. 77 bassman Says:

    @ gulfcoast it’s joes friend on the a.m. dial that stirs
    it up. He can’t seem to get over the fact that freeman
    Sucked out loud

  15. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    JonBucFan Says
    “But zutah could have played guard. He could play both positions.”

    But Zuttah was barely average at guard…that’s why he was moved to center. I thought he was a pretty decent center though.

  16. 1bucfan88 Says:

    If Zuttah is barely average, then what is Cousins? Boggles the mind that they found him, and not Zuttah, worthy of a roster spot, not to mention a freakin starting nod….

  17. Jim Walker Says:

    In other news, the salary caps:
    Tampa: 9th
    Raiders: 11th
    Ravens: 23th
    Rams: 30th

  18. Louis Friend Says:

    @gulfcoast

    Yeah, it’s a blog and not a serious news site. I don’t think Joe or whomever it is running this joint really takes anything other than hit counts and ad revenue too seriously. I read this along with about 10 other sites that I get my Bucs information from.

    My guess is if you’re only relying on Joe for Bucs info you’re going to get too personally invested into the blob of postings here. It’s not hard hitting stuff, just a little pirate flavored TMZ to keep junkies like me from gnawing my arms off while I’m waiting for the games to begin.

    Remember, this site is for entertainment purposes only. I don’t think the bloggers here are gunning for a Pulitzer, lol.

  19. JT Says:

    There’s no way we shoulda let Zuttah go. He was versatile and not overley pricey like Penn and my favorite Joseph. As for Tiquan, he must be bad if desperate for playmakers Carolina cut him. As for Glennon he played ALOT better than anyone ever thought he would which was great but is NOT ready to be the starter yet. It’s a shame a third round qb has divided our fan base like this.

  20. DallasBuc Says:

    “Joe doesn’t know any Bucs fans who hang out at a bar, or at a tailgate or the office break room, who chat about lollipops and daisies when their team hasn’t made the playoffs in seven years.”
    Funny

  21. Uncle Albert Says:

    Jim Walker, your post has nothing to do with anything and at the same time is ambiguous and stupid. That being said, Joe, Mike Glennon will be a much better quarterback than your hero “Johnny Football”. Bank on it.

  22. Spartin Says:

    have never seen such a jock riding group of fans like I have of the Glennon Mob. Here’s an original idea; Let the coaches coach, I’m pretty sure they know who looks better. You a$$hats are the first to boo your team. Glennon Mob, please remove your lips from Glennon’s balloon knot.

  23. phil Says:

    Ted Larson did OK for the Cardinals last night. So that is there starting guards we let loose.

  24. Jim Walker Says:

    Jim Walker, your post has nothing to do with anything and at the same time is ambiguous and stupid. That being said, Joe, Mike Glennon will be a much better quarterback than your hero “Johnny Football”. Bank on it.
    ____________________________________________________________

    Nothing to do with anything? Stupid?

    Davin Joseph: 9.5 million
    Jeremy Zuttah: 4.5 million
    Donald Penn: 5.1 million

    That is almost $20 million dollars in cap room, and I am the stupid one?

  25. buc4lyfe Says:

    I didn’t take long to realize schiano knew nothing about game day coaching in lovie 10th year as head coach to date still has yet to put a decent o line together even when he has the pieces to choose from. You can pretty much fill in the blank on his career, like dungy all that matters and all he knows is defense. you can’t play buc ball if you’re o line stucks

  26. Jim Walker Says:

    In case anyone is too dumb to see my point. If the Bucs resigned these 3 players there would be

    Oniel Cousins: 725,000
    EDS: 2.5 million
    Anthony Collins” $6 million.

    That is literally half the money on the previous players and a upgrade in 2 of the 3 signings. Look at the Rams and Baltimore salary cap situation compared to the Bucs and it VERY obvious what my initial post meant.

  27. BoJim Says:

    Spartin Said:

    “have never seen such a jock riding group of fans like I have of the Glennon Mob. Here’s an original idea; Let the coaches coach, I’m pretty sure they know who looks better. You a$$hats are the first to boo your team. Glennon Mob, please remove your lips from Glennon’s balloon knot.”

    And what makes you so cool?

  28. Mike10 Says:

    Aside from not being able to get a cent from the Revis release, the moves made at offensive line were far and away the most gawdawful decisions made this offseason. Drives me nuts when I sit here 5 months later still scratching my hear.

  29. Mike10 Says:

    @Gulfcoast – bring the sunscreen next time u post here

 
 

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