Bucs Problems Too Many To Count

October 5th, 2009

88971980LF032_Ram_RedsknWhile there were a lot of positives to take away from yesterday’s loss to the Redskins, let’s face it: The Bucs lost. No way to sugarcoat it.

Joe places a lot of blame on slug kicker Mike Nugent. Ted Nugent would do just as well.

But as Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc., via BSPN.com points out, the Bucs have a lot more problems than just Nugent.

The defense held Campbell to only 60 passing yards in the first half. It would be great to give the Bucs’ defense the majority of credit for those paltry results, but the fact is that Campbell played horribly and forced the ball into coverage. He did make a few big throws, but for the most part, his play was inexcusable.

Generally, if you jump out to a 10-0 lead and force the opposition to commit four turnovers and hold that team’s best running back to 60 yards, that should be the ballgame.

Unless you suck.

5 Responses to “Bucs Problems Too Many To Count”

  1. james from dunedin Says:

    Our other kick ball team is ranked 2nd right behind Chelsea…. yeah!

  2. lightningbuc Says:

    Somewhere yesterday Jeff Jagodzinski, Luke McCown, and Matt Bryant had a Buc watch party and laughed their asses off!

  3. BUCFAN_27 Says:


    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are sputtering into week 5 at 0-4 and I blame the Buc’s owners for this season’s debacle. The Buccaneers are 30 million dollars UNDER the salary cap, and have had the LOWEST payroll for the past five seasons. The bottom line is They have no cash and their interests are elsewhere ie:(Manchester United) where they also had to sell Ronaldo who in my opinion is the best player player in soccer because they are strapped for cash.

  4. BUCFAN_27 Says:

    Since the 2002 season when the Bucs won Super Bowl XXXVII The price of season tickets has been steadily increasing,while the “product” and the team on the field has been has been dismantled and becoming increasingly bad. Year after year we always hear how they are going to make a “splash” in free agency by signing a “Tiger Woods”like free agent ie:The Brett Favre & Albert Hainsworth sweepstakes only to lose out to other teams because they can’t pay the signing bonus and up front money.

  5. JK Says:

    Buc Fan watch what you say about that cap number. Some fans don’t want the Glazerhouses throwing their money away. Like it’s their money, I guess. Maybe they get discounts on beer at the game if they don’t bitch.