Michael Bennett Making A Serious Case

August 21st, 2010

Watch for No. 71 tomorrow.

Joe knows that loads of his beloved readers will be watching tonight’s blacked out Bucs-Chiefs game on Sunday morning at 11 a.m. on WFLA-TV, Ch. 8.

And Joe wants you to keep your eye on defensive end Michael Bennett. The Bucs had him rushing inside in the second quarter, and he was causing some serious havoc. His get-off just seemed to be too much.

Bennett really played well. Kyle Moore appeared to cause the early Thomas Jones fumble, but it was unclear whether Jones just dropped it after Tanard Jackson wrapped him up low.  Moore didn’t do much else.

Defensive end James Ruffin had a couple of excellent pressures, one which led to a Derrick Roberson interception.

Stylez White played the entire first half, which Joe found interesting. He didn’t have his best game, and seemed to be a little gassed at times.

2 Responses to “Michael Bennett Making A Serious Case”


    I agree Joe, Stylez looked slow, sluggish and overall uninterested…

  2. gt40bear Says:

    You play the way you practice! Not just a cliche.