A lot of Bucs fans scoffed last year and this past offseason whenever Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht talked up wide receiver Adam Humphries. [read more]
Interesting stuff from Dirk Koetter at his postgame news conference. [read more]
The Bucs offense exploded against Cleveland tonight, but the tight end position was eerily quiet and unused.
Tampa Bay repeatedly had early red-zone opportunities that Austin Seferian-Jenkins sat out. [read more]
Amid all the giddy, beer-soaked excitement over how the Bucs looked in the first half tonight, and how America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, shredded the Browns defense, Joe offers cautionary, sobering words of caution. [read more]
It seemed as if it was one of the most anticipated place kicks in recent Bucs history. [read more]
When America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, completed a 34-yard pass to Mike Evans late in the first half for a touchdown to put the Bucs up 27-3 (fast starts!), it nearly brought Joe to tears. [read more]
Welcome to Preseason Game 3. Sorry you have to watch Browns quarterback Josh McCown play football.
Joe is pumped up for this next step toward being finished with nearly meaningless preseason games. And Joe and the Custodian of Canton, eye-RAH! Kaufman, are at the Stadium on Dale Mabry Highway eager to deliver A+ postgame coverage.
Bang it here for your thoughts on the game. What player is good; what player should be cut tomorrow; what player should get used to the bench.
Play nice. Personal fouls at not tolerated.
UPDATE: 7:49 p.m. America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, better watch his back tonight. [read more]
Maybe it’s a good thing the Bucs-Browns game is nationally televised tonight on CBS. [read more]
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It’s already clear the Falcons have an aching pass rush, though Dwight Freeney is a fresh wild card.
But now it’s definite that the Falcons will be missing a key defensive starter against the Buccaneers on opening day. [read more]