Trueblood Must Be Beaten

October 18th, 2013

“That wasn’t a false start!”

Outplayed and run out of town in Tampa and in D.C., 30-year-old Jeremy Trueblood is the new starting right tackle for the Dixie Chicks. He moved into the role three games ago.

Now Joe and Bucs fans know Trueblood is a below-average right tackle. Former Bucs QB Shaun King even referred to the Falcons’ having the worst right tackle in the NFL, during an interview on WDAE-AM 620 yesterday.

Joe brings this up because the Buccaneer opposite Trueblood on Sunday, Daniel Te’O-Neshiem and/or DaQuan Bowers, is somebody the Bucs hierarchy expected to be able to beat a guy like Trueblood and wreak havoc in the offensive backfield, recording sacks and hurries and tackles for loss.

Trueblood must prove to be a glaring weakness against Atlanta. That has to happen.

Imagine if Michael Bennett (4.5 sacks for Seattle) was staring down ol’ Dunderhead. But he’s not, and the Bucs need to produce.

The Bucs’ four-man, D-line-only rush has been poor this season. Joe sincerely hopes it improves Sunday.

15 Responses to “Trueblood Must Be Beaten”

  1. G. Schianyes Says:

    If I’m being honest I hope, and I hate to say it, the Bucs lose. The Schiano supporters need to see what a fraud this guy is. He is the worst prepared, worst HC in the NFL. The Bucs are 0-2 against teams named after birds this year and that trend is going to continue on Sunday. Cats kill birds so I think if the Bucs implemented the Wildcat offense we would win.

  2. k1ngadroc Says:

    Football is all about match ups and the Bucs match up with Atl very well on paper. Birds have no number one receiver, on right tackle and a defense that sucks on third downs. If we don’t win this game, I don’t want to hear any more excuses. I’m sick of all these excuses for not performing on Sundays

  3. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    Any bets that our D-Line is held without a sack again?

  4. D-Rome Says:

    @k1ngadroc

    I agree with everything you said but weren’t we all saying the same things last week?

  5. Greg Schiano SUCKS Says:

    Game planning against a teams weakness requires coaches that arent idiots.

  6. Greg Schiano SUCKS Says:

    Scotty:

    D-line wont get a sack. LBs may.

  7. Joseph Mamma Says:

    Does he get a cut of the vampire show that bears his family name?

  8. Justin Says:

    If Bowers doesnt beat this chump for 2 sacks, he should be cut in the tunnel after the game.

  9. Luther Says:

    Bowers should get his facemask ready because because Trueblood will have his hands stuck there all day.

  10. BigMacAttack Says:

    Trade Davin Joseph to ATL so they can resume their bromance. 2′nd round pick??

  11. Pete 422 Says:

    First, I didn’t know there was still such a thing as a Schiano supporter.

    Second, letting Bennett walk is one reason we will have a different GM & HC making those decisions in ’14.

  12. CC Says:

    Last time I checked, George Selvie is doing pretty good in Dallas. We had him for about a week in training camp and cut him. Fire GM and HC now.

  13. chickster Says:

    tHE BUCS ARE NOT EVEN IN THE SAME CLASS AS ATLANTA TRUE WILL RULE THE DEFENSIVE LINE WHAT IS JOE THINKING ATLANTA HAS COACHES THAT KNOW WHAT THE HELL THERE DOING WOW THIS WILL BE UGLY

  14. gorillapimp Says:

    I Was all in with Schiano the Sandwich up until the third game this year realizing he was literally trying to ruin Freemans career I saw receivers constantly dropping passes in critical times of the game which could have actually won games for them literally dropping passes right in your hands Williams Ogletree Jackson Wright all have dropped game changing passes which actually cost them games.

  15. k1ngadroc Says:

    @D-Rome – Yeah, we we’ve been saying that since game 2… Ya either have reasons or excuses. We never hear of any reasons, just a bunch of excuses and a request for the Tampa bay fan base to have faith and keep spending their money. I was surprised when they brought in Schiano. I don’t know anyone in my circles that would consider the move a positive one. Quite the opposite, we are the punchline of the NFL. I hope this organization can turn it around.

 
 

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