Outraged Over Bucs Loss To Lions

December 21st, 2010

Derek “Old School” Fournier of WhatTheBuc.net is so unnerved by the Bucs loss to the rebuilding since 1957 Detroit Lions, he lost his composure and used foul language in his review of the playoff-killing loss.

10 Responses to “Outraged Over Bucs Loss To Lions”

  1. jvato24 Says:

    Oh Well .. Life goes on .. It was sickening .. But losses like this I just move on .. The Bucs barely beat the Lions in the SuperBowl season .. Its just the way this rivalry goes ..

    You are kidding yourself if you think 3rd and (4TH?) String players starting for us on D had a chance in the playoffs

    But on the bright side .. The offense has had some real flashes that are Championship caliber .. The Offense just needs to focus on consistent moving of the chains and Red ZOne TDs .. Like Tom Brady and the Patriots .. They are always driving

    Once this Defense gets healthy and hopefully a Stud FA LineBacker and Draft a Stud 1st Round DE .. This team could really be something special in the Near Future.

  2. mikeck Says:

    Well, Derek, your right, we are not a playoff caliber team. Good temas win at home and in teh division and we didnt do that either. Look guys, this team (including teh coaches) are young but improving. We shouldnt expect miracles. Now a win against detroit wouldnt have been a miracle, but could we really expect the Bucs to go to teh playoffs with an 11-5 (or 10-6) record when teh season started? Have high expectations but dont be so upset when they do dumb things. Be happy that the coaches self-evaluate, that we have a great rookie RB, a great 2nd year QB and two excellent rookie WRs.

  3. Andrew Says:

    I thought everything he said was pretty much dead on…didn’t see him lose his composure much at all.

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  5. Buc You Says:

    And you clowns thought the Bucs had playoff potential?

    It’s not gut wrenching at all when you focus on reality.

    Rah is coaching this team into a mega collapse.

    Losing 3 out of 4 collapsing in the face of playoff hopeful fan base, Raheem gets all the credit for the implosion.

  6. Will Imposing Says:

    Buc You ~ You are in another planet to write about Rah in that way. Maybe injuries play a roll on this also????

    Derek, I’m right with you. We need to let the chip fall where they may. Let our play makers create a different outcome.

    I’m going to the game! I got my two $46 tickets in section 316. There are more available. Lets support our team!

    Go Bucs!!!!!!

  7. flmike Says:

    @Buc You, for someone who hates the Bucs and their Staff, you sure do spend a lot of time and energy on them. Why don’t you do us all a favor and find another team to NOT LIKE, and go spend some time on their boards. Here’s a short list for you, Dallas, NYJ, Miami, Oakland, Minn, GB, NYG, NO, Atl, etc. In short, if you don’t like the Bucs just go away.

  8. tj Says:

    Glad he sees that the droping stylez into coverage blitz has not and will not work

  9. eric Says:

    I prefer “epic collapse”.

  10. Derek 'OldSchool' Fournier Says:

    Thanks guys. I try to keep the YouTube Stuff relatively clean. This loss sucked. I agree the injuries have taken quite a toll and feel that next year, that will be to our advantage as we actually know what we have past our top 30, but the team had an opportunity. The ‘team’ is the set of guys wearing the jerseys. Not individuals. They still could have gotten it done.

    This loss sucked. Now on to the Seahawks and a chance to rebound. Hope springs eternal and I will be in NOLA regardless (or irregardless for the folks who use that pseudo-word). I hope it is a play in game!