The pride of St. Petersburg, former Bucs quarterback and current Yahoo! Sports NFL analyst Shaun King, sees Tampa Bay looking to get more explosive on Day 2 of the draft. (more…)
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Can you tell Joe is excited for his draft party at Pete & Shorty’s?
Aside from cool giveaways, (Hmm, wonder what one of those might be?) the Bud Light girls are confirmed, and some monster TV screens are being rolled in. There’s indoor/outdoor covered seating. And one of Joe’s favorite ex-Bucs will be there and available to fans. (More on that next week).
Stay tuned, very soon you’ll be able to score a V.I.P seat right here.
Last year, the Bucs declined the dreaded fifth-year option on defensive end Adrian Clayborn, which was a blunt way to say, “Since you are from Missouri, show me and we will re-sign you after the season.” (more…)
The trade-down crowd is growing and getting louder. Joe finds these folks to be out of their minds, in most cases.
They’re usually fueled by Jameis Winston fear, and a belief that on-paper draft picks are the key to everything. (more…)
Joe senses the Bucs may go offensive line in the second round of the draft, or at least with their second pick (moving back into the first-round is always possible). (more…)
Yes, that’s when your beloved Bucs will take the field again. (more…)
You want to know why the Bucs are on the cusp of drafting burgeoning star quarterback Jameis Winston?
You want to know why the Bucs may have given up on Mike Glennon? (more…)
Crab-legs-stealing, BB-gun-shooting, obscenity-hollering, Heisman-Trophy-winning, former national champion Jameis Winston, the pride of Florida State University, continues to look like a much better quarterback prospect than Mike Glennon.
It’s Joe’s daily nugget on the Jameis Watch, celebrating the best quarterback ever to wear No. 5 in the state of Florida. (more…)
Some young players take their first load of big cash and stop trying their best.
Don’t worry about new Bucs defensive end George Johnson going that route. (more…)
You want to know exactly what ammunition the Bucs have entering the draft? (more…)
Yesterday, he offered a strong take on the aftermath of the Buccaneers’ 2015 draft. (more…)
Yesterday, the legal version of tax day came, the civil lawsuit against Jameis Winston by the same woman from the same alleged incident that Winston has been cleared of by four investigations and hearings.
Anyone who didn’t see this coming literally had his head in the sand or was living under a rock for the past two years. (more…)
When the Bucs were the beast of the NFC, their romping, stomping best, kicking offenses to the curb left and right, the team was loaded with stud players from Florida. (more…)
Start your day with the Morning Cup of Joe from HootersCalendar.com. And don’t forget to visit HootersCalendar.com for the 2015 calendar, amazing videos, pictures and cool gifts. It’s Joe’s second favorite website.
Bucs news forthcoming.
Hey Scott Frost, if you are tired of “stupid” questions about your offense from NFL folks interested in drafting your quarterbacks, how about running some pro-style sets to help your QBs’ draft status, or are you just incapable without a gimmick offense? [The Oregonian]
Uh, oh. Rex Ryan going after sacred cow Tom Brady. [BSPN]
Johnny Football will be a better man. [CBS Sports]
SI swimsuit models play hockey against… what is Joe typing? Who the hell cares who they are playing against. [TheBigLead]
Apparently, MLB still cannot figure out if the Cubs tampered with Merlot Joe. [RaysIndex]
Lovie Smith was clear at the NFL Owners Meetings in Phoenix, Gerald McCoy is “the face of franchise.”
Even the newest Buccaneer knows that. He’s already talked about how he’ll be playing follow McCoy — for the second time in his career. (more…)
Yes, the Bucs got a defensive end this week, a guy former Super Bowl-winning general manager, Hall of Fame-elect and current NFL talking head Bill Polian thinks is a rising solid player. (more…)
The Bucs need a left tackle, but the problem is they won’t be able to draft a slam dunk prospect after selecting a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick.
And don’t start barking about trading down, Joe’s never seen a left tackle march a team for a game-winning drive. (more…)