Joe is peppered with questions all the time about what player is standing out in the early days of training camp. Joe usually hesitates to answer because it is so early, some guys that are getting noticed will be assistant produce managers at Publix in a few weeks. (more…)
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Bucs fans don’t want to hear it, but Joe thinks the re-signing of former second-round pick Da’Quan Bowers last week was a smart move.
Look, the guy is coming in as camp meat. He’s being paid as camp meat. No promises were offered. Prove it or lose it. (more…)
Progress is being made at One Buc Palace.
And it has to do with the two guys who touch the ball on every offensive play: veteran center Evan Smith and “America’s Quarterback,” Bucs signal-caller Jameis Winston. (more…)
Some ferocious football negativity was hurled at Jameis Winston this week.
Joe just doesn’t get it. (more…)
In the mind of former Bucs guard Ian Beckles, apparently NFL players should be tied up in straight jackets, muzzled and locked in cages during their whole career, and the only time they should be seen is on Sunday afternoons — and they are not allowed to talk at all unless they get a radio gig after their careers.
Beckles has long had a thorn in his side because Bucs stud defensive tackle Gerald McCoy has a personality and enjoys answering questions. Now, Beckles is turning his ire about players having the nerve to talk and the gall of having a personality to “America’s Quarterback,” Bucs signal-caller Jameis Winston. (more…)
Some guys are obsessed with winning Super Bowls and are driven only by that prize.
Vincent Jackson? Well, he doesn’t seem to be that guy. (more…)
Contracts seemed to be a popular discussion around One Buc Palace yesterday.
One was the question about if or when Lavonte David will get a new contract. Another question concerned Doug Martin. (more…)
From the snap of the ball until the referee blows his whistle ending a play, few players are more ornery and/or feared than Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. (more…)
Lovie Smith is a classy, mild-mannered, easy-going man as you will ever meet. It’s almost impossible to believe he could ever raise his voice to anyone.
Lovie is the anti-Greg Schiano.
But if the law needs to be thrown down, Lovie said he can and will do it. (more…)
What is going on at One Buc Palace?
Is it possible that Bucs overlord of football operations Lovie Smith has handed off all things offensive line to general manager Jason Licht and O-line coach George Warhop? (more…)
Coaching is often overlooked as a two-way street. Yeah, coaches bark orders and fans expect players to carry out those orders to win games.
That’s a simplistic approach. (more…)