After today’s game, Joe asked Vincent Jackson exactly how accelerated his return was today after a knee ligament injury on October 25. [read more]
In the first half of the season, a big question with the Bucs was what the heck happened to outside linebacker Lavonte David. It was like he wasn’t even on the field. [read more]
Alas, this appears to be what the Bucs are dealing with. [read more]
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Hell, the guy has 12 sacks in just fifteen career starts for your Tampa Bay Buccaneers. [read more]
A lot of Bucs fans grumble that the Bucs almost always defer the opening kickoff to the second half under Lovie Smith. [read more]
Joe has plenty to write about today’s return of Vincent Jackson but first must share a 1-on-1 moment with V-Jax in the happy Bucs’ locker room of Lincoln Financial Field. [read more]
Joe nearly jumped out of his shoes when he saw Charles Sims haul in a touchdown pass from America’s Quarterback, Bucs signal-caller Jameis Winston, late in the first half to put the Bucs up 28-14. [read more]
Yes, the sorry ass Eagles fans have a fight song. They seemed to sing it in unison right before kickoff today — before the Bucs dominated and 80 percent of Philly fans left their home turf in shame with 10 minutes to play.
But there also was another guy singing the fight song. [read more]
Last week, when America’s Quarterback, Bucs signal-caller Jameis Winston, had his emotional postgame speech before his teammates, Lovie Smith noted the Bucs needed to go streaking. [read more]
Lovie Smith took the Bucs job last year and said his goal was to make Tampa Bay “relevant” again.
Mission accomplished. [read more]
He has arrived!
The reason Joe pined for the Bucs to draft a quarterback in the first round for years since the meltdown of Josh Freeman was on display today. And that was “America’s Quarterback,” Bucs signal-caller Jameis Winston. [read more]
What the hell can Joe say? The Bucs have a punishing running game, behind a totally revitalized offensive line and a bell cow running back that shook the NFL this afternoon with 235 yards on 27 carries. [read more]
No, you’re not dreaming. You beloved Buccaneers ripped off 523 yards of offense this afternoon in Philadelphia, silencing a rowdy, cold Eagles crowd and marching to a 5-5 record.
Fire up the playoff talk, thanks to a stunning display by America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, Doug Martin and friends. [read more]
Playoff hopes will be just about killed if they can’t.
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Bucs (4-5) at Eagles (4-5)
Kickoff: 1 p.m. [read more]
When the Bucs drafted wide receiver Mike Evans and tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins with their first two picks last year, AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht quipped that the Bucs, along with Vincent Jackson, had a front line that could rival the height of college basketball squads. [read more]