Archive for the ‘Recent Posts’ Category

Curry Not Worried About JPP

Monday, June 11th, 2018

Expected this week.

It seems some Bucs fans are wringing their hands fretting that yet another few-sacks season is on its way. (more…)

Will Saints Make It Four Straight?

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Good data for Tampa Bay

You know what’s coming in 13 short Sundays! (more…)

Always Take The QB With Better Legs & Always Take The Player NOT On The Cleveland Browns

Sunday, June 10th, 2018
There’s always that moment during a fantasy draft, during a waiver period and sometime before 1pm on Sunday where you fantasy owners cannot decide between one guy and another. Todd’s got simple tiebreakers for you in this edition of the Todd Wright Fantasy Football Podcast. Todd also is soliciting feedback from you about the pros and cons of the season-long two quarterback system, so tell him what you think based on your experiences at [email protected].
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Tearful Brother Helped Prompt Smith To Lead

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Bucs left tackle Donovan Smith

Donovan Smith is in his contract year and is primed to get a no-Pro-Bowl Nate Solder kind of contract next season for $15 million per year. (more…)


Sunday, June 10th, 2018


So yesterday, Joe brought word what a national columnist believes is the most overpaid player on the Bucs roster. What about underpaid? (more…)

Linebackers > Pass Rushers

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Building a defense for LBs.

The Bucs sure beefed up on the defensive line in the offseason grabbing potentially three starting-caliber linemen in free agency, trading for a proven defensive end and drafting a tackle No. 12 overall. (more…)

No Easy Fix

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Former Bucs OL talks Jameis, DJax.

Consider Ian Beckles worried. (more…)


Saturday, June 9th, 2018

Salary questioned.

Joe may be a weirdo — well, hold that thought — but Joe is one of these guys more concerned with how a guy performs on a football field than the zeros on his paycheck. (more…)

“We Need People To Toughen Up Gerald McCoy”

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

“Toughen up.”

Joe has no idea if Bucs coach Dirk Koetter has ever met former Bucs offensive lineman Ian Beckles. If the two did, Joe is guessing they would clash on one football philosophy. (more…)

“I Feel Like Everybody Knows What’s Expected Now”

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

With this post, Joe will try to avoid sarcasm, finger-pointing and the general baggage that comes from loving a team that hasn’t been to the playoffs in 10 seasons. (more…)

State Drops All Drug Charges On T.J. Ward

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

You can call former Bucs safety T.J. Ward a total free-agent bust, but don’t call him a criminal. (more…)

More DJax Trade Chatter

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

Additional trade speculation.

Generally, NFL teams, barring some freak injury, have their rosters set as June minicamp practices come to a close. (more…)

Lavonte David, “Anonymous Star”

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

It’s still hard for Joe to believe that Lavonte David played 13 games last season without a sack or an interception.

He had 10 picks and 18 sacks through his first five years before the 2017 goose egg. (more…)

Stop The “Hop”

Friday, June 8th, 2018

Flawed corner, says an iconic Bucs corner.

An iconic Buccaneers cornerback has dissected film of Tampa Bay’s rookie defensive backs and delivered an unimpressive report card. (more…)

Meet Clearwater Personal Injury Attorney Matt Dolman

Friday, June 8th, 2018

Learn more at, and please watch the video below. Discover the Dolman Law Difference.

“If You Don’t Win, You Can’t Affect The Community Like You Can”

Friday, June 8th, 2018

America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, has been a very busy man helping children throughout the Tampa Bay area, and in and around his Alabama hometown.

And he’s learned a lot about winning. (more…)

“He’s A New Type Of Animal For The Defense”

Friday, June 8th, 2018

Photo via Vinny Curry Twitter account

Too often, it feels like the Bucs are re-inventing themselves.

It’s what struggling franchises do. At least it’s interesting. (more…)