It’s All About LeGarrette Blount

December 24th, 2010

Will the Bucs raise a white flag (again) Sunday and bench running back LeGarrette Blount when they need him the most? The theme of this breakdown of the Seahawks-Bucs with Pat Kirwan and Jason Horowitz is Blount. Watch and listen to how Blount will (or won’t) allow the Bucs to win Sunday in this video.

4 Responses to “It’s All About LeGarrette Blount”

  1. Buc You Says:

    So the key person of blame for this collapse would be RaheEEEEEEem.

    Why? Because he doesn’t how to utilize the best HB on his team. RaheEEEEEEem has no one else to blame but himself when the Bucs lose or almost lose as the Redskins beat themselves.

    The head coach of the Bucs is solely at fault for not running his best HB. Nobody else to blame this folley than RaheEEEEEEem himself.

  2. BamBamBuc Says:

    Why would you blame someone when you “almost” lose? That would mean you won. That would be a good thing.

  3. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    Yes, Pete Carroll saw Blount in College when coaching USC, and knows what he can do.
    Tampa fans know what he can do, maybe the coaches finally catch on, and LEAVE our best running back in the game this week ?

  4. gitarlvr Says:

    Im sorry but I just don’t see this defense stopping anyone right now. Mike Williams(seattle) isn’t Calvin Johnson and so that could totally change the complexion of the game(you can’t tell me that worrying about Megatron didn’t affect the Bucs ability to focus on stopping Detroit’s run game)but I somehow doubt it as Mike Williams doesn’t need to be Calvin Johnson to torch the Bucs if the D-line once again gets ZERO pressure on the QB. The Bucs were playing good pass defense earlier in the year despite the lack of pass rush but that was all before the loss of Aqib Talib. Im sorry but I just don’t see how they overcome the loss of Talib, Grimm, and McCoy at this point unless Matt Hasselbeck is really as washed up as Donovan McNabb apparently is. The Bucs can still win this game but it will take a day like the offense had against Arizona, which is possible considering how awfully Seattle is ranked defensively(29th).