Massive D-Line Rotation In Play

August 29th, 2010

Joe lets former Bucs defensive end Steve White break down all things D-line in his popular Bull Rush column on these here pages.

Why would Joe take on such a task when White is the absolute best in the business?

And Joe can’t wait to read what White has to say about the incredible amount of rotation the Bucs were using all across the defensive line during the first half, when Jacksonville was playing its starting offense.

Perhaps this had a lot to do with the Bucs’ troubles getting off the field, which is a whole other sad story in itself.

One big kudo has to go to Stylez White for coming up with a big rush on a key third down late in the half that drew a holding penalty on starting left tackle Eugene Monroe. White beat him and Monroe tackled him.

That play led Jacksonville to a much longer field goal that they did, in fact, convert. But surely the timeliness of Allen Iverson’s White’s play didn’t go unnoticed.

4 Responses to “Massive D-Line Rotation In Play”

  1. AllMaddenMonkey Says:

    Stylez also had a real nice pressure where he almost got a sack and it was from a nifty spin move!

  2. Gatorbuc15 Says:

    Good. Stylez must play well in every game. He has to show the Bucs that can be a leader on the D-line.

  3. Ash Says:

    Stylez must have watched that video blog, haha

  4. drdneast Says:

    Morris has shown recently how classless he is by demeaning his players in the media and getting into berbal skirmishes with them. Although I hope and pray he succeeds, his stupidity seems to indicate otherwise.