The NFL season is still young, yet there are many surprises for each team. [read more]
BY IRA KAUFMAN
The Bucs set an impressive standard for running the ball in 2015, a standard they must replicate Sunday if they intend to take advantage of a ramped-up opening-day crowd.
This game belongs in the meaty hands of Tampa Bay’s offensive line, which has been stellar in pass protection but subpar in opening up holes. [read more]
During the opening game at Atlanta, the NFL world stood tall and saluted the way America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, carved up the Dixie Chicks. [read more]
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JoeBucsFan Jason Light Ale Debuts Monday, October 10, At Joe’s Bucs-Panthers Watch Party At Abe’s Place In ClearwaterSeptember 22nd, 2016
Great fun ahead at Abe’s Place in Clearwater for Joe’s big and fun Monday Night Football Bucs watch party on Oct. 10.
You’ll get a FREE order of 8 wings, if you wear any kind of Bucs gear. And there’s the debut of Joe’s brand new craft beer: Jason Light Ale. More details in the coming days. You don’t want to miss this!!! Great prize giveaways, too!
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Are Auburn people crazy enough to buy out Gus Malzahn at $13 million? [Montgomery Advertiser]
Hug a Browns fan. [NFL]
Never too early to look at the draft. [CBS Sports]
Rutgers AD has to apologize for guzzling a beer at a tailgate party? C’mon! [NJ]
The creepy clown epidemic. [GQ]
Donald Trump believes the best way to curb urban violence is to randomly frisk citizens without warrants. [New York Times]
Is the federal reserve cooking the books for Teflon Hillary? [Politico]
Dirk Koetter cut off Joe during the final question of the head coach’s news conference this afternoon — and the head coach made himself crystal clear. [read more]
The Rams’ $14 million cornerback had some strong words when asked about America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston. [read more]
Joe was taken aback when Bucs offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach Todd Monken stated in his weekly presser last week that veteran Pro Bowl wide receiver Vincent Jackson needed to play better. [read more]
Joe has a case of sour stomach after seeing the absences on the Buccaneers’ practice field today. [read more]
As the Bucs begin life without Doug Martin, there’s real hope in the locker room air at One Buc Palace. [read more]
The NFL offers no official stats on drops. Various unreliable stat-geek outfits do, but Joe doesn’t trust their data. And after the seemingly countless drops by Mike Evans last year, Joe entered 2016 determined to chronicle drops and avoid confusion. [read more]
Joe believes Bucs defensive coordinator Mike Smith is in a conundrum this week. [read more]
So now we turn our attention to the rotten Rams, which have returned to their natural home in Los Angeles since the Bucs last saw them. [read more]