Bucs-Dolphins Lowlights

November 15th, 2009

Of course Joe will bring you the top plays of the Bucs sad loss to the Dolphins.

First, the most important play of the day is the fumble on Michael Clayton’s catch and subsequent tackle that was overturned. You can watch the clip from a variety of angles as often as your stomach can take it, thanks to the good folks of NFL.com.

The top plays of the game replete with the calls from Gene Deckerhoff are here. In addition, the NFL Network has a compilation of Josh Freeman highlights.

Some of the top plays include Maurice Stovall’s touchdown along with Quincy Black’s interception. Not to be forgotten is Cadillac Williams’ touchdown.

Lastly, there is Raheem the Dream’s postgame press conference along with Freeman’s press conference.

4 Responses to “Bucs-Dolphins Lowlights”

  1. Bucsfan5 Says:

    You know Joe, lotta people give Rah crap for his emotion on the sidelines but I enjoyed him an Olson getting excited on Caddy’s diving TD for the lead. I doubt Rah an Jimmy B are gonna be doing that anytime soon, matter of fact I don’t think I’ve seen one cutaway to Jimmy B this season, is he in the pressbox calling plays or something?

  2. Joe Says:


    Joe has never seen a shot of Jim Bates either, which leads Joe to believe he is in the press box, not that that ever stopped a network for getting shots of a coach in a press box.

  3. justin Says:

    My question joe any word on the caddy bet with ronnie brown

  4. Joe Says: