Interesting insight from Dirk Koetter on Tampa Bay’s first touchdown last night. [read more]
Joe has only one word to say about the depth of the Bucs wide receivers after last night’s preseason game with the Jags. [read more]
Very interesting nugget dropped on the Bucs-Jags telecast by good guy Chris Myers seen (and heard) locally on Channel 38 last night. [read more]
God bless, Dirk Koetter.
He is a regular guy who worked his ass off to get an NFL head coaching job at 57 years old, but he hasn’t lost his regular-guy ways. [read more]
As Joe noted in his Gameday post, with Doug Martin sitting the game out, backup running backs would get plenty of reps to show their wares. [read more]
Last week was understandable. Tonight was downright scary. [read more]
The touchdown catch by Mike Evans in the first half from America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, was some grab. [read more]
All through preseason and very much so last week against the Eagles, the Bucs had a pass rush that folks were so shocked to see, it was as if it was an optical illusion. [read more]
How bout that A-list, diving pass breakup by Brent Grimes on deep ball tonight to Jags stud wide receiver Allen Robinson.
There’s a reason nobody’s talking about it. [read more]
The first throw of the night in Jacksonville by America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, was hot garbage, low and uncatchable to an open Vincent Jackson on the right sideline.
His night didn’t improve quickly. [read more]
The Bucs and Jags are ready to rock and roll. What about you?
So the Bucs face a bit of a better team tonight for the battle of Florida quarterbacks (sorry Ryan Tannehill, you don’t count). It’s the pride of Florida State vs. Mr. UCF; America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, vs. Blake Bortles.
Bang it here in the comments section all throughout the game with your thoughts on who is playing well, and who should apply to work at Disney World.
And remember to stay with Joe for postgame news and commentary like you will not receive from any other outlet.
It appears Doug Martin isn’t the only Bucs stud to get the night off. [read more]