BSPN Looks At Saints-Bucs

October 15th, 2010

Trey Wingo, Herm Edwards and Mark Schlereth debate the outcome of the Saints-Bucs tangle.

13 Responses to “BSPN Looks At Saints-Bucs”

  1. Tom Says:

    Mark never has anything good to say about the bucs…

  2. lakeland bob Says:

    A bucs win sunday and stink will be changing his tune.

  3. BamBamBuc Says:

    I can’t blame anyone for saying the Saints will win. Most people are still basing their opinions on last years teams and records, and not really looking at the changes in teams this year. Sure, we beat the Saints last year once, but no one can say we were a “better team” last year than the Saints. This year, the Saints aren’t looking as “all-powerful”, and the Bucs are showing some “spunk”, playing close games and coming out on top. I would probably have to say that I think the Saints will probably win this game based on their team experience, but will be cheering for the Bucs and hoping their youth surprises once again.

  4. Derf Says:

    I can’t believe that Pee Wee Herman sticks his neck out and picks the Bucs! Wow….

  5. bucfanjeff Says:

    Herm picked us…uh oh, the kiss of death.

  6. Bucnjim Says:

    This is one game that Ruud will HAVE to step up! They’ll be testing the middle all day with power runs, dump offs, and short crossing routes. The Bucs will try and take away the outside as well as anything deep, but that will leave them open in the middle of the field. Shockey will be testing the LB’s as well as Bett’s out of the backfield. Grimm has been pretty solid when it comes to tackling so it will be up to Ruud and Jones (or Piscitelli) to keep things from getting out of control. The Offense will have to continue with the 3rd down success in order to control the clock and keep the Saints Offense on the sideline.

  7. Joe Says:

    This is one game that Ruud will HAVE to step up! They’ll be testing the middle all day with power runs, dump offs, and short crossing routes.

    On the contrary. The Saints running game makes the Bucs look like the Steelers. If there was any game Ruud is not needed to stop the run (what run?), this is the game.

    Pray that Sean Jones starts.

  8. Supersix Says:

    Mark Sherer can bite my ass – he had us losing the the Bungles too. He has no idea about the makeup of the team this year, and is a bandwagon announcer.

    If the boys stick to their game, continue to tune out the “pundits”, and just have fun and play ball – this is a very winnable game for our Bucs.

  9. nick Says:

    Hey Joe, a little off topic. Red Sox owners just finalized a purchase of Liverpool soccer team. Can we expect to see a dip in the Sox spending?

  10. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    Nick – If Red Sox ownership just bought 45 massive apartment complexes across the Southeast would you ask the same question? Who cares? Joe knows nothing about their finances and doesn’t care.

  11. Mynamewastaken Says:

    Man this is going to be a good game. My brother is a panthers fan and I told him to sit back and watch the Bucs get payback for them against the Saints…. Goin to be a great game!! GO Bucs!!!!!

  12. Bucnjim Says:

    I was just thinking that the 29th running game (Saints) will try and test the 29th against the run (Bucs). It is no surprise to any team in the NFL that you can beat the Bucs up the middle. Whether it rushing; short screen passes; or dumping off to the hot receiver. It is our weakest point and the Saints would be crazy to not even try when Benson was getting 8-9 yards a clip. O.K. Bett’s may only get 4 or 5, but that’s about 2 yards a carry more than the Bucs average. Trust me; I hope the Saints pass every single down and don’t even try to run. In that case I would put my money on the Bucs. I’m putting my money on the Bucs anyway, but throwing every time kind of falls into what they do best.

  13. nick Says:

    Joe, I couldn’t care less about them just thought it would be something to keep any eye on since they are entering the same waters as the bucs owners