“We Definitely Thought About It Afterwards”

September 20th, 2013

Yesterday, Bucs defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan faced the media for the first time since the Bucs-Saints loss and was hit with the day’s tough question within a few minutes (2:50 of this Buccaneers.com video.) 

(Joe’s paraphrasing) Mr, Sheridan, why wasn’t Darrelle Revis covering superstar receiver Marques Colston as the Saints were frantically marching down the field?

“We definitely thought about it afterwards, for sure,” Sheridan said smiling. “We do try to orchestrate [Revis on the opponent's top receiver] during the game, as far as getting him on receivers we want him to cover and/or the coverage types that we play. He’s not as dependent as having, you know, a half-field safety behind him necessarily.”

Thanks, Coach.

Sheridan went on to say the Bucs will continue to look find ways to use Revis in the Revis Island role, as well as whatever makes the most sense with the defense.

Yes, Joe believes it was a screwup by the Bucs, having their $1 million-per-game cornerback covering rookie fifth-round pick Kenny Stills on a critical passing down. Hopefully, the Bucs learned their lesson.

70 Responses to ““We Definitely Thought About It Afterwards””

  1. Theodore Says:

    The coverage was excellent on the play anyways.

  2. Curmudgeon Says:

    And it would’ve been moot if the offense had done its job.

  3. William Says:

    Yes, we have defensive players getting penalties for using their heads as weapons. But I think the bigger problem is Defensive Coaches not using their HEADS Period!!!! I really don’t feel comfortable with our 2 minute defense.

  4. Tampamac Says:

    Good point Curmudgeon..

    As far as the play itself, even if Revis wasn’t on Colston because you wanted speed-vs-speed on Stills, why wasn’t Banks covering him? Wouldv’ve been a better size matchup because as Theodore above stated, Johnson had decent coverage but Colston was just too big for him.

  5. Espo Says:

    I think Johnson had pretty good coverage I don’t think Revis would’ve made a difference. It was a perfect clutch throw from a hall of fame quarterback.

  6. Espo Says:

    The real question here is why didn’t Goldson shiver his timbers.

  7. ATLBucsFan Says:

    Why isn’t Revis calling the coverage?

  8. BamBamBuc Says:

    Damn you, Freeman, for telling Revis to cover the wrong guy!

  9. BFFL Says:

    Notes to coach:

    1. Never play prevent defense. IT NEVER WORKS.

    2. Make sure the safety is doubled up on the man that Leonard is covering.

  10. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    “WE”…..that may be the problem…too many cooks in the kitchen…therefore confusiion on the sidelines.

    “We” should have thought about it before…..not after.

  11. Splengo Says:

    The problem is not too many cooks in the kitchen, the problem is no chef.

  12. TrueBuc Says:

    Oh. My. God…. Like brainwashed jihadis, you see only what you want to see, and persecute anyone who goes against your way of thinking.

    Situational football: with a minute left to go, youre protecting a lead against Drew Brees. The 1st thing on your mind should be “dont give up the big play”. how? well put your best corner on their biggest WR threat.

    you DONT go into that situation thinkin “man! we should be winning by waay more than this!”

    bottom line is, with allllll those sacks, Brees got the final laugh. We couldnt close….again. You can say well this happened and that happened. F you. We coulnt close.. twice.

  13. bucrightoff Says:

    And of course had we gotten remotely competent offensive play we wouldn’t need to close anything, we’d have the games in hand. Some people like to blame one or two specific things that happened and ignore the problems as a whole. The defense has allowed 2 TDs (it has set up 4) and a total of 32 points, while the offense hasn’t scored a TD on a drive that started in Buccaneer territory.

    Blaming a loss on one or two moments oversimplifies things way too much.

  14. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ Bucrightoff….

    I do agree with you…shouldn’t have been in that circumstance….but we were….

    The best play is to put our best on their best….that way there could be no question if they succeeded agains Revis….even if the other reciever made a play….nobody could question our move.
    IMHO……Johnson had very good coverage on Colston….and I’m not really sure Revis would have stopped that play. We will never know.
    The one thing we shouldn’t miss is that Johnson has improved…last year…Colston would have scored a TD….

  15. cmurda Says:

    Slant it however it makes you feel better, but let’s be clear on one thing. Our offense has been dreadful. bucrightoff gave you the numbers from our excellent defense. The fact of the matter is Freeman is a distraction right now and isn’t producing. This offense is too damn good with too many Pro Bowlers to be this gross. I’ve said it before that I am not in the Glennon mob but I am pretty much ready to turn to anybody over Freeman. Anybody. How any Freemanite can justify how disgusting Freeman has played is incomprehensible?

  16. TrueBuc Says:

    @bucrightoff

    Bottom Line: We have the lead with :34 seconds left. We couldnt close. LVD admits he made a costly mistake.

    Bottom Line: We have the lead with 1:06 left. We couldnt close. Sheridan admits calling the wrong coverage.

    You can play the Best defense for 59 minutes, but if you don’t close, you dont, fu**king close. Period!

    Would a high scoring help? ABSOLUTELY! Does an offense need to get enough time together to be effective and high powered? ABSOLUTELY! Would more preseason drives with your entire first string offense have helped this offense to be more cohesive which would contribute to more scores?? ABSO-FU**KING-LUTELY!

    If you want to point fingers! Share the blame like it should be! Stop being so unbelievably ignorant people!! Go Bucs! My Gawd!

  17. TrueBuc Says:

    Maybe I AM a Freemanite C-Murda (you horrible ass rapper).

    How many QBs will look good when your OC/HC calls SEVENTEEN! run plays on 1st down,,,,,and ONLY 5! passes on 1st down??

    That turns your offense predictable, and just count how many 3rd and longs we had.

    Dont get me wrong, Freeman had some ugggggly passes in that game, and he’s one of the worse passers statistically. But you need to take the playcalling into account by that. A good coach would call plays to let this guy be more mobile to extend plays, and let rushers slide off of him. He’s not a pocket gunslinger. A statue like….Brady. Who by the way has worse numbers than Freeman.

    Its not as bad as it seems. Have faith! Go Bucs!

  18. bucrightoff Says:

    Does the defense need to close better? Yes

    How many defenses hold a Drew Brees offense to 1 touchdown? Not many

    Does the offense owe all its points but 3 this season to the defense? Yes

    Is our offense one of the worst in the league at present? Yes

    Is Josh Freeman, 4th year as starter, making the same mistakes we saw as a rookie? Yes

    The offense deserves the strong majority of the blame for our current predicament. What did I and almost every hear all offseason: If only we had a defense…Well guess what? We now have a borderline elite defense. Unfortunately our offense has been disgraceful through two weeks, particularly considering the weapons we have.

  19. TrueBuc Says:

    @bucrightoff

    We f**kin get it! You don’t like Freeman! Then why don’t you call up OPC, and speak with Joel, Brian, Mark, or Greg. Or…. write them a letter. But enough with the constant childlike whining and complaining that accomplishes absolutely nothing!!

    Just root for your damn team, or watch some Nascar or Tennis this Sunday. Just root for your damn team, or do something about it – call up the Glazers. Either back up your team, or just STFU. Its as simple as that. Day after fu**king day on JBF with you children… I try, to get you to understand that this is a TEAM sport. In fact, its the ULTIMATE team sport! And that theres reason for blame, but it should go around fairly where it belongs.

    Yet you guys just want to sh*t on the same, one person. Day after day. Start up a FireFreeman website. Get proactive! Then Id be able to tolerate your absolute hate for this man.

    But its getting old. And you guys are living walking breathing negative Debbie Downers. Just shut up already.

    Back up your team this weekend, Or go get your gineys waxed. You little f**king children!

    There’s still 14 days to right this ship!! Lets pull together Bucs fans and weed out the cancerous doubters! I still believe! Go Bucs!!!

  20. TrueBuc Says:

    *OBP

  21. TrueBuc Says:

    Regarding Bradys and Free’s numbers. Freeman is ranked 30th, and Brady is ranked 27th.

    See? At least I can man up when I catch that I’m wrong! You stubborn motherf**kers.

    Go Bucs!!

  22. bucrightoff Says:

    Our franchise hasn’t won anything of consequence in 10+ years now. We are built to win now. Not tomorrow, not next year, not when Josh finally (if ever) develops into what he could be. Now, today, we should be winning. Not being happy about that and criticizing the issues of our team is fine. Apparently to some attacking a QB at 45% completion is only ok when his name is Tebow (whom I do not like).

    Sorry I don’t have rock bottom expectations and are willing to accept “good enough”. Sorry I expect more from our offense and QB. You’re right, I should happily accept below average QB play and poor offensive execution. They did set us up for two wins. Nevermind that we could have won easily with solid offense, I should be happy the offense we had did the bare minimum.

    I and many others are sick and tired of being an irrelevant, mediocre football franchise. With solid QB play, like we see in KC from Alex Smith, this team would be playoff bound. Instead we get to ride the Josh Freeman roller coaster of great performances and head scratchers, likely to a season in the 7-9 to 9-7 realm, more or less the single worst spot you can be. If indeed we end up at 7-9 again, we will have wasted 1 full year to get back to exactly where we were at the end of 2012: In the realm of mediocrity.

    I’m gonna cheer Sunday, and be hopeful. I really, really hope I don’t have to spend another week slamming Josh. I really don’t want to spend another week having the media slam this team. But if he plays like he did the first two weeks and we lose again, I’m not gonna be rooting and looking forward to next week. At 0-3 we are a 98% favourite to miss the playoffs. When all we need is solid QB play and we can’t get that, who else am I supposed to blame? Unlike Raphael and his kind, I care about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers winning, not the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with Josh Freeman as QB. I don’t care if Jose the janitor is the QB.

  23. Pete 422 Says:

    How about thinking about these things BEFORE hand?

  24. TrueBuc Says:

    @bucrightoff,

    out of all you wrote, you still refused to address the playcalling last week, let alone the turnstile offensive line in week 1.

    see? This is why its pointless trying to talk to fans like you. like a politician in a debate, evading the question.

    just do like your screen name, and write off the bucs.

  25. TrueBuc Says:

    @bucrightoff,

    you mentioned the QB 10 times, mentioned the o-line Zero times, mentioned play-calling Zero times.

    Like I said, if you want to bit**ch and complain about your team, at least be fair and distribute the blame across the board where its deserved.

  26. JonBuc Says:

    Jose the janitor is moving up Kiper’s Big Board…:)

  27. Bobby Says:

    @@bucrightoff…you fail to notice that we played two defenses that are ranked higher than ours. That could possibly have something to do with slowing down our offense. Our defense certainly slowed theirs down.

  28. Bobby Says:

    Jose will mop the floor with that Pat defense….

  29. bucrightoff Says:

    TrueBuc, you do understand the concept of causality right? If so then…

    1) Sullivan is boring and predictable
    2) Freeman is limited offensively and hasn’t earned the trust

    Only scenario 2 can lead to scenario 1, not the other way around. If Sullivan is boring, that has nothing to Josh’s ability. If Josh is limited, it limits what Sullivan can do and thus makes him boring. We have 4 years of tape and if you’ve watched you know Josh stuggles mightly in the intermediate range. He has one of the very best (maybe the best) deep balls in the league. But passes in the 10-25 yard range? He struggles with those, we all see that. So the Bucs can’t run a type of offense like a New England that relies on short and intermediate routes to move the ball, they have to run an offense based on big plays and running the ball. This is what we have currently.

    And this is more or less the same playcalling as last year. Lots of runs, lots of dumpoffs and checkdowns, lots of tries at big pass plays. When your offense is so dependant on big plays, when you aren’t hitting them you struggle. So if anything its the philosophy that needs to change more than the playcalling. But the philosophy is driven by the QBs ability. If Josh could be like Tom Brady and dominate the short and intermediate routes, our offense would almost certainly look different. But the offense can only do what its QB is capable of. Josh excels at the big throws, which is nice, but does not lead to consistency. Its a boom or bust mentality.

    People also talk about getting Josh outside with running and suggest somehow that he’s doing less of it because he’s being told not to. Right. Like if somehow Josh is standing back there and sees a patch of 40 yards open on a 3rd and 10, hes not gonna run cause Schiano will get made at him. I mean who thinks of this crap? Really? Schiano wants to sabotage his own career to what? Make a point? He needs to win, this is NFL. Remember 2 weeks ago Chip Kelly was Vince Lombardi reincarnate? In less than a month later he could be 1-4 facing all kinds of questions. Its a win now league, period. Schiano will never do anything to sabotage Josh because doing so sabotages himself.

    People will say Josh showed us in 2010. Which is nice and all, but to those people that therefore means the two mediocre season that came after don’t mean as much combined. Somehow the 16 games of 2010 are a better representation than the 34 games we’ve seen since.

  30. Nick2 Says:

    TrueBuc its true the playcallling has been poor but the run blocking has been stellar and Freeman had much more protection in the Saints game. What was the result? He heaved one sixty plus yard bomb up to V Jack who played jump ball as he does so well and hauls it in. Did he hit him in stride??? No V Jack had to jump straight up and was barely moving towards the endzone. I keep hearing Freeman fans talking about that play. We need a qb who can hit receivers regularly in stride. Freemans receivers are constantly diviing, jumping and coming back for his passes. His short pass accuracy has been poor lately too. I want Josh to succeed because I know hes our best chance but the guy has to come around. Right now he is performing at bottom of the league levels and I blame him for our second half 2012 collapse.

  31. Couch Fan Says:

    So if we play good defenses, sloppy performances is acceptable? So then why do you not use the same logic to our Own D when we play a good offense?

  32. Couch Fan Says:

    According to that logic a loss is acceptable if we play a good team.

  33. SteveBucsFan (MGM) Says:

    Maybe their defenses are better because they got to play the bucs offense.

  34. TrueBuc Says:

    Nick2,

    The playcalling was very poor. 17 1st down runs, 5 1st down pass plays (and I’ll keep repeating this over and over until every single JBF reader understands how utterly ridiculous that is).

    Our runblocking definitely improved, and that was because Martin had Lorig back, which was huge. But even with 144? rush yds, not ONE yard reached the endzone. So lets go back to the pass.

    Playcalling aside, Freeman continues to struggle without TE support just like Martin struggled in week 1 without FB support. Last year, Freeman Had Dallas Clark & Underwood, who accounted for almost 900 of his 4000 pass yards. So far, Clark’s replacement, Crabtree, has yet to start, and Underwoods successor, Michael Clayton II, has just one catch (albeit a TD). So without an outlet receiver in the middle, MW & VJ were each blanketed by CBs and Safeties all day, which took out our passing game. And Josh easily gets rattled, so Im sure he recognized this and panicked, which is why he made some horrible plays too. without a doubt.

    So you see? There are a bunch of factors that go into that offensive performance. It goes way beyond #5.

  35. TrueBuc Says:

    But if Crabtree & Nicks are back, that might be enough to turn the offense around.

  36. Buc1987 Says:

    TrueBuc Says:
    September 20th, 2013 at 7:33 pm

    “But if Crabtree & Nicks are back, that might be enough to turn the offense around.”

    I hate to play the Debbie Downer roll like the rest of them, but some of you keep mentioning Crabtree like he’s the key to the puzzle or something, like some All-Pro. Please explain further what he’s gonna do to boost this offense?

  37. Buc1987 Says:

    Crabtree’s total career stats 3 years with the Packers. With Rodgers running the show. Not Freeman. He played in every game. Where’s the dynamic of this guy?

    G Rec Yds Avg Yds/G Lng TD 20+ 40+ 1st FUM TOTAL 46 18 302 16.8 6.6 72 4 5 2 12 0

  38. Buc1987 Says:

    F that didn’t work. Look up his stats yourself for the 3 years he played with the Packers. Dismal. I think hoping that Crabtree’s going to fix the offense is grasping at straws. Dougie had a good day against the Saints and Freeman was protected just fine. So unless Nicks can play QB I don’t see the Bucs passing game getting any better with Nicks in there or not. All I have left for Freeman is hope, but one can only hold onto hope for so long.

    Just show one spark, just one spark. That’s all I ask of him. It’s become like trying to start a fire by rubbing 2 sticks together wishing someone had some flint or a lighter. How long do us Buc fans have to keep rubbing sticks together before the fire starts while the QB keeps pouring water over them?

  39. Buc1987 Says:

    TrueBuc Says:
    September 20th, 2013 at 7:33 pm

    “But if ”

    I know your JBF’s new Bucs cheerleader and all, but how many times have you typed these 2 words since you’ve been here?

  40. BamBamBuc Says:

    So, let me get this straight… Freeman needs to have the mind of Peyton Manning, be able to read defenses like Beers, the arm strength of Rodgers, accuracy of Brady, comeback ability of Montana, legs and escapability of Elway, quick release of Marino… And we’d be SET! Good luck finding just one of those guys, much less all of them in one.

  41. Bobby Says:

    @
    couch …try to use some objective thinking for once. Nobody is saying sloppy play is acceptable. I’m just saying that if our defense can pick Drew Brees off twice, sack him four times, then it makes sense that a good defense can give a good offense trouble. Do you always feel the need to put words in people’s mouths?

  42. Buc1987 Says:

    Cranky = Bucs fans.

  43. Pete 422 Says:

    @Buc1987: Crabtree has apparently has the skill set to do what the Bucs ask of a TE (Block and receive well), so they must think he can do the job if given the chance. We will see, but a consistent slot receiver would do wonders as well (preaching to the choir here).

  44. TrueBuc Says:

    Buc1987,

    Crabtree is definitely an unknown. I just hope that hes better than Nate Bynam/Luke Stocker/ or Tim Wright. And if he can stand, then he should be better than those guys. If not, and Ogletree doesnt step up like 400%, then thats the season. No matter whose under center. So my optimism of Crabtree and Nicks return is based purely on hope. I still believe!!

  45. Buc1987 Says:

    TrueBuc …exactly all we have is hope left.

  46. TrueBuc Says:

    @’87,

    JBFs new cheerleader? Well I take that as an honor. But Im the reincarnation of tonytwocents you lying little fu*k. I had to go back to the brightside to regain my swag.

    Got any new liquor infused lies to share?? Anyways. Stay positive bucs fans! And lets weed out these negative fans! Theyre cancerous!

    And ’87, give your tickets away! We’re 0-3 with you and your mom @ Ray Jay! Peace to all the real fans! Go Bucs!!!

  47. Buc1987 Says:

    “the reincarnation of tonytwocents you lying little fu*k.”

    You don’t even come half as close to what he brought to the site. Good try though.

    “Lying little fu*k.”

    What have I lied about? Besides getting the name wrong. Maybe it wasn’t tony2cents, but it was said by someone on here. The fact that I was ONLY talking about fans making up conspiracy theories on here was the point I was making not who made them in the first place.

    Do you want the real truth about tony2cents conspiracy theories. I do know one thing that he did say and will tell you himself that he said it. He thinks Schiano is after Dom’s job. He also think Schiano does not trust Sully at all. That’s a fact.

    Another fact. You will never even come close to being as much of fan as I am.

  48. Buc1987 Says:

    While 40,000 or so Buc fans sat out in the surrounding parking lots of RJS drinking beer. This Buc fan (me) was on the corner of mlk and himes waving a Buc flag for an hour and a half in the hot sun. While my wife held up a sign that said be loud today. All while TrueBuc sat on a website and spouted off with : “Stay positive bucs fans! And lets weed out these negative fans! Theyre cancerous!” over and over again and again and again. And again tomorrow!

    Guess who will be out there again on the intersection next week regardless of record? Me.
    TrueBuc
    You know NOTHING about me or how I feel when this team loses. Bring up alcohol infused and all this other BS. Like it has some bearing on anything at all. Like I’m some raging alcoholic or something. I type the word vodka or tequila and the natural assumption is this guy’s a drunk. or That I sometimes bring my mother who lives a very hard life to games to cheer her up. Don’t judge me you silly little website fool. You want to bring my mom into this fine. You dad should have pulled out.

  49. rdbucfan Says:

    Truebuc

    “So without an outlet receiver in the middle, MW & VJ were each blanketed by CBs and Safeties all day, which took out our passing game. And Josh easily gets rattled, so Im sure he recognized this and panicked, which is why he made some horrible plays too”

    John Lynch showed the audience how Drew Brees would cycle through his progressions looking left then right then left again before he finally chose his target.

    John then pointed out the flaw in your theory by telling the audience Freeman’s biggest weakness. He stares down his primary target and doesn’t cycle through his progressions. There were plenty of open receivers on Sunday Josh just refused to look in their direction.

    You keep saying that Josh didn’t have that bad of a game on Sunday and that VJax and MW dropped passes they should have caught. But you don’t call out the supposed franchise QB for not throwing the ball on target. I don’t know if you played football but it’s really hard to catch a ball that is thrown behind you when you’re running the opposite direction.

    The difference between Josh this year and last is that VJax and MW are not making ridiculous catches making Josh look better than he really is.

  50. rdbucfan Says:

    87

    “You dad should have pulled out”

    That was just plain wrong.

    FalseBuc

    You have no right to say that someone is not a true fan. Just because they don’t agree with you or your love for all things Josh does not make them any less a fan. Bucfan1987 should not have said that about your dad. Your mom should’ve swallowed.

  51. Buc1987 Says:

    “John then pointed out the flaw in your theory by telling the audience Freeman’s biggest weakness. He stares down his primary target and doesn’t cycle through his progressions. There were plenty of open receivers on Sunday Josh just refused to look in their direction.”

    rdbucfan …HOLY crap Lynch is right. I have very good seats this season. I noticed it in a big way. Actually for the first time ever I noticed it. I usually sat in the nosebleeds or listened Deckerhoff. The TV does not show you much. I saw on many occasions during that game where Josh had 2 open WR’s and never even looked their way. I’m sure the coaches have to be seeing this too.

  52. Buc1987 Says:

    rdbucfan…excuse me?…he did bring up my mom first and basically called me an alcoholic.

  53. ButIt941 Says:

    I think the Revis conversation with Schiano went a little differently then they both let on. I can imagine it went something like Revis Demanding the coaches trust him in his natural position by bringing Revis Island to Tampa. Also, how he can help the team more by doing so and Schiano agreed.

    The entire coaching staff is whistling a different toon since before the Saints game about Revis’s Role on the Defense.

  54. Buc1987 Says:

    rdbucfan …my love for all things Josh? Are you out of your mind too?

  55. Buc1987 Says:

    “Got any new liquor infused lies to share??”

    Why is that people expect me to sit here and say nothing back to people when they try to rag on me? I just supposed to say… okay your right. Give me a effing break already.

  56. Buc1987 Says:

    rdbucfan…sorry dude I got ya now. You were calling him falsebuc and then letting him know your point of view on the matter.

    Like said earlier. Cranky = Bucs Fans.

  57. rdbucfan Says:

    Bucfan87

    You could see it clear as day on Sunday. He had receivers open for first downs. He locked on to MW a couple of times 3rd down for a minimal gain.

    Does the 87 stand for something?

    I’ve been a fan since 79 which was my 1st year playing football. My youth league ran one of the concession stands and when my mom worked it she would take me to the games. I loved it, we got to meet LeRoy Selmon after one game. Has to be one of my favorite days ever. I used to go to the games I. Atlanta and New Orleans every year while also being a season ticket holder. But got married and other things had to take priority. Now I’m just happy to see them on tv.

  58. rdbucfan Says:

    87

    I don’t usually say things like that on here but Truebuc has been asking for it. I should have addressed him in another post. Didn’t mean to confuse.

  59. Buc1987 Says:

    rdbucfan…I moved to area at the age of 16 in 1986 from Boston. I was a Celtics and Red Sox fan. I never really watched football. While on my way down here we stopped at a store, where I picked up a mag of Street and Smiths pro football. Vinny was on the cover. Being so far away from my Sox and Celtics. I had to find a sports team to latch onto. I chose the Bucs since I was already here. Not knowing much about FB or the Bucs terrible history of losing. So I did not know what I was getting myself into. No matter though, it was my team. I would wait as long as it took, because hey I’m a Sox fan. What was the difference I was used to being let down. So lived it. I took my Vinny jersey to California with me as well. So basically I’ve been a diehard fan since 1987.

  60. Buc1987 Says:

    Sunday will be my 43rd birthday. On game day. While at the Saints game I saw a guy with NE jersey on. I tapped him on his shoulder and said hey buddy I grew up in mass and pointed to my Bucs jersey. I said right there buddy, right there.

  61. SteveK (MGM) Says:

    rdbucfan,

    Nice one. Thank you for serving justice to the clown.

    Buc1987,

    Happy Birthday this weekend. I hope a “w” is taken from the Patsies on your B-Day.

  62. Buc1987 Says:

    I hate to say it or admit it, but I cry every time I watch the Bucs SB DVD when Gruden holds up that trophy. If these newer fans have to go threw the losing seasons like have so be it. Then they might truly appreciate what winning that trophy really means to a long time fan. I cry like a little girl. I could throw it on tonight and cry again.

  63. rdbucfan Says:

    87

    I got you. I’m glad you warmed up to the local team. Most just stick with their hometown team.

    I was so enamored with the team a new Kash n Karry (Sweetbay) opened up around the corner from were I grew up in St Pete. They had a Bucs t shirt that had a square record attached to it with the son Hey Hey the Bucs know how to shine on it. I begged my mom for that shirt and drove her nuts with that record I think I was 8 at the time. Have good night and Gooooo Bucs!

    Got to work tomorrow.

  64. Buc1987 Says:

    Thanks Stevek..I hope it’s a happy bucs day.

  65. Buc1987 Says:

    I hate having to tell Buc fans that I’m a Red Sox fan, but it’s just the way it is. It’s almost like Sapp said in his HOF speech with a Canes thing. It’s a Red Sox thing you wouldn’t understand.

  66. Buc1987 Says:

    rdbucfan …good night man and Go Bucs forever. BTW I’m a bigger Bucs fan than I am a Sox fan.

  67. Buc1987 Says:

    Message to Couch Fan. Now I know what it’s like when someone questions your fandom, I’m sorry man.

  68. TrueBuc Says:

    and its complete. ’87 has joined the darkside with stevek, and couch. lmao, look how stevek takes you in like a pimp does a lost little girl in a dark alley. I guess misery loves company.

    you dumbasses still havent figured out that TrueBuc & TonyTwoCents are one in the same. even after I straight up told you?? wow. you didn’t see the coincidence that as soon as tonytwocents leaves, TrueBuc shows up?

    After ’87 went and lied to JBF about things I didnt say, (you still havent shown us the proof you fckin liar), well that, coupled with the ignorance of couch and stevek, etc. I needed to get the fck away. And then I thought of coming back as TrueBuc, to let any Buccaneer who reads JBF that there are still hopeful & optimistic fans. And not just a bunch of negative trailer trash inbreds.

    Then I realized, most Bucs fans ARE intelligent. Theyre just smart enough to keep away from these comment boards and just stick to the articles. (Thats where I screwed up)

    With that said, Stay positive Buc Fans! Overcome these ignorant negative cancerous fans! Dont be a pessimistic downer like them! Have fun with this season! Enjoy the ride! Plus we still have at least 14 games of football left! I will always believe! Go Bucs!

  69. Buc1987 Says:

    TrueBuc/tony2cents…I caught it with the reincarnation thingy, the liar thingy and the mention of going to games with my mom. I’m not as stupid as you might think. I knew you could not stay away anyways. For the record I saw what I saw with my own eyes Sunday. Freeman never checks down his receivers. NEVER. I don’t need anyone else to tell me what I saw at the game with my own eyes. Most of my work is done at a computer. So I’m pretty much in front of computers most of the day. About 9 hrs to be exact. That’s why you’ll see my name posting so much. I also fix people’s PC’s for extra money so I’m always by a computer. It really was not about who said it about the communication device in the 1st place. it was about all the crazy conspiracy theories that Buc fans have running through their heads. Regardless if I said you said it or whoever said it. I was not going to look for it anymore anyways, because of that reason. Somebody did say it, maybe it was not you, but somebody did. That was the point. Believe me I hate that I have given up on Freeman. If I did not see it with my own eyes numerous times during the game. I’d still be on his side. Oh well. Atleast I’m not foolish enough to hide behind some dupe ID. It’s the internet, I could care less what people think of me. I said I was leaving this site 3 different times. I could have easily changed my ID too, but saw no reason. Have a nice morning and you can bet your ass, Go Bucs!

  70. Buc1987 Says:

    Red Sox beat Blue Jays, claim first AL East crown since 2007!!!! Wooo hoooo!

 
 

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