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The national media will take notice if we somehow manage 4-0. As far as they are concerned – 1-0 is a nice start, 2-0 is a fluke, 3-0 will get some closer looks, 4-0 and people will sit up and pay attention.
First things first, the Giants. Eli, work on your scramble drills.
Blount looks like some great trade bait at this point if they can get a premier runblocker for him or a 1st or second round pick The Sandwich was in his face telling him to hit the hole no dancing and then you didn’t see him again after the hurdle run they seem to be loaded in the backfield with talent great playing all phases by the D yesterday Mccoy is finally coming of age and the safety help has improved tenfold as well as linebackers stopping the run no one got to the second levell at all yesterday the rookie backer bit on play action a few times but it didn’t really cost them much. So we’ll meet you in Jersey next week we got to wack some heeb named Eli and his salsa dancing cruz ship must sink as well until next time bada bing c ya
I dont think any team will shell out a first or a second round pick for blount. knowing his limitations of last year and not proving anything this year. If anything his stock went down in game one. I dont think the bucs will trade him because he is a quality backup or second running back (however and i dont believe he is getting paid much either, not sure what his contract is but it shouldn’t be a whole lot.
Kind of interesting how nobody can give the Bucs credit, Cam had a bad game, Cam wishes he had those 2 bad passes back…..I bet Cam wishes he wasn’t pouting in a cold tub nursing himself from getting his arse handed to him as well. Like the Bucs under the radar, and it is only one win, but damn the media has been one sided about it.
I keep hearing the media talking heads talking about how the Panthers have to TRY to run the ball more… uhhhh…. did these morons do anything other than look at a stat sheet? The Panthers did try to run, but kept getting hit for losses, and then soon after they found themselves in a 13-0 hole going into the 3rd quarter. They weren’t able to run and had to force their way back into the game… these people that comment on stuff they haven’t observed should be called out by less lazy members of the media.
BTW, I’m still wondering how beating Carolina was considered an “upset”. They were not very good last season. Take away their two games against us and they had the same number of wins as we did (4). Both Tampa and Carolina had identical records (4-10) in non-head-to-head games… how is beating another terrible, but terribly overhyped team an upset?
I’m not saying either team is “terrible” right now… just saying that the Panthers proved to be almost as bad as the Bucs last season… especially considering the Bucs at least split with the other teams in the division, and the Panthers only beat the Bucs.