Thanks, Tanard

September 26th, 2010

As if Bucs fans didn’t already have enough venom for suspended, drug dabbling safety Tanard Jackson, seeing his replacement, Cody Grimm, get embarrassed on the Steelers’ first touchdown, a 46-yard strike to Mike Wallace, surely evoked a new round of F-bombs Jackson’s way.

It was the first thing that hit Joe’s mind when Grimm looked lost in the end zone.

Joe can’t be too upset with Grimm losing the ball. The guy’s a rookie seventh-rounder learning a new position. The Bucs opted to roll with a lot of those kind of guys, and they’ll inevitably get moments like that all season.

Thanks again, Tanard.

13 Responses to “Thanks, Tanard”

  1. sensiblebuc Says:

    Beat down today. I’m still predicting 6-8 wins though.

  2. goodfellajay Says:

    well we played like that…saw the game online..and maybe i should have went out

  3. goodfellajay Says:

    still a 8-8 team bro

  4. loweredexpectations Says:

    tanard didn’t play. you can’t seriously be taking it all out on him, our d line looked pathetic. but yet, i would be lying if it wasn’t my first thought when grimm was out to lunch. at least the kid can tackle.

    charlie batch…

  5. McBuc Says:

    Well, I thought this would be a close low scoring game with the Bucs by 3…I was wrong! I think this game was a reflection of youth. The ball bounced our way on occasion, but man did it bounce their way when it counted. We should not be too down on the Bucs though, they were suppose to be 0-3 right now, but they are 2-1 going into the bye. I hope they learn and grow from this game. I also think Blount will see more carries after the Bye, once he knows the entire offense I think he takes the starting job. Too bad our D ran out orf gas from neing on the field all day instead of theirs, but let’s take it out on the Bengals!

  6. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    Ok, so we can’t play with the Steelers ? Tampa is still 2 and 0 in our division, and we are a young team. Bount is the answer at Running Back. Benn looked good too. We will learn from this ass whipping.

  7. eric Says:

    Cinci beat down next………………..

  8. Capt.Tim Says:

    Good game before the Bye- gives everyone lots ta work on! Steelers proved they are a great team, and we aren’t-YET! Main thing was we showed our youth by giving Steelers Td’s! Mike W fumble, Grimm not finding the ball, Tablib tipping the ball to a WR. Stroughter patty caking the pall to the steelers! Plenty to learn from. But not a disaster. Freeman held his Poise. We actually could move the ball on the #1 defense. Benn showed Electricity. Clout looked like a steam engine! And, we are in 3 way tie for 1st place in the NFC South. Good week to review and regroup

  9. D-Rome Says:

    I’m still sticking with 4 wins this year.

  10. ronnnie Says:

    i was there and if that was t jack that was a pick me and the buy next to me both siad when he threw that ball here comes a pic and well without tjack nothing

  11. Just Frank Says:

    Missing Tanard and Ruud playing like a cupcake shot us in the foot. Grimm needs to learn fast. Either that or put in Lynch. He made more memorable plays in pre-season. The D just sucked. And I didnt see GMC & Price out there as much as they should have been. Don’t pretend like they didn’t play 95% of snaps in college. This is a young team. Put them out there to fail or succeed. They have a choice.

    The middle of our D has a massive gape.

  12. Paul Says:

    Grimm isn’t the answer. Hell, even Sabby would’ve been the better choice.

    Where was Lynch?? he had a good pre-season, is this Grimm dude getting the start because of his daddy? His tackles were weak and awareness was nonexistent.

  13. Sean Says:

    I am glad we can all gripe about a bad game instead of expecting one…… 7-9 this year.