In fact, Bucs AC/DC-general manager Jason Licht is no different. Of course, wins mean a whole lot more to him than to most fans, for obvious reasons. (more…)
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Amidst practicing under piped in crowd noise — are the Bucs really expecting that many Stinking Panthers to be in the Den of Depression for the game? — the Bucs had interesting participants and non-participants. (more…)
Joe couldn’t believe what was coming from the mouth of Leslie Frazier this afternoon at One Buc Palace.
Joe had a major Da’Quan Bowers flashback. (more…)
Big-money cornerback Alterraun Verner lost his starting gig to Bears castoff and former Pro Bowler Tim Jennings.
Now, Bucs fans hold their breath to see if Verner gets the starting nod Sunday ahead of Mike Jenkins, as it seems Johnthan Banks will be out with a knee injury. (more…)
It’s one of the few questions that keeps Joe sweating and drinking through the night: What’s wrong with Lavonte David?
It’s not just Joe wondering, either. (more…)
The Bucs are headed out onto the practice field as Joe types.
Presumably, one of those players practicing will be the stalwart of the defense, Gerald McCoy. (more…)
Cam Newton is much better than he was last year, when the Buccaneers lost twice — twice! — to his understudy, Derek Anderson.
Newton entered this season healthy, and that much smarter and comfortable after another year in Mike Shula’s system. (more…)
Gerald McCoy inspired Joe to shine a spotlight on the Buccaneers’ 2014 draft plan last night.
As Bucs fans remember, the Bucs were in need of offensive line help entering that draft, but opted to snag Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Charles Sims in the second and third rounds, respectively. (more…)
With rookie left tackle Donovan Smith saddled with a knee injury Lovie Smith led many to believe was significant yesterday, that means 2014 fifth-round pick Kevin Pamphile jumps into the spotlight. (more…)
In some ways, Cam Newton had it rougher than America’s Quarterback, Bucs signal-caller Jameis Winston, in his path to the NFL.
Like Jameis, Newton became a hero if not a living legend in leading his college (Auburn) to a coveted national title in his first year starting, all while being raked over the coals for public (mis)perception. (more…)
The news broke last night that, as part of negotiations to pay for substantial upgrades to the Den of Depression, in order to make the stadium more fan-friendly, the Bucs seek permission to play up to two regular season games away from Tampa.
Not only was/is this part of the standard give-and-take of contract negotiations, such a clause has not been agreed upon. (more…)
Yesterday, Joe came across fans disgruntled by Lovie Smith’s defense. Understandable. Overall, the Bucs are third-worst in rushing yards allowed.
Red zone defense? Worst for allowing touchdowns once opponents reach the red zone. (more…)
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Bucs news forthcoming.
Should Leonard Fournette sit out next year to save the wear and tear on his body for the rigors of the NFL? Hell, yes. [TheBigLead]
The trainwreck that is the Washington Nationals. [Washington Post]
Why root against UCF? Free beer! That’s why. [TMZ]
Cam Newton MVP? [NFL]
More “genius” flowers thrown at Bill Belicheat’s feet for his revolutionary offensive line patterns. [CBS Sports]
Stu publicly brags how he’s a Mets fan. [RaysIndex]
If the Bucs get their way in negotiations to renovate the Den of Depression, then beginning with the 2018 season, the Bucs could only be playing six regular season home games in Tampa. (more…)
Bucs coach Lovie Smith informed the Tampa Bay pen and mic club minutes ago starting left tackle Donovan Smith has a knee injury. (more…)