Bucs Are About To Dominate

July 22nd, 2011

The fortunate few at BSPN are not chasing suits on the streets of Atlanta in recent days — is there anything more boring than TV shots of suits walking down a sidewalk? Well, not quite as boring as poker on TV, but close. Poor Albert Breer.

The fortunate few at BSPN have put their heads together to come up with the future most dominant team in the NFL. No. 1 is the Packers. You may be surprised which team is No. 2.

The Bucs.

There were several panelists who voted on this and former NFL quarterback Tim Hasselbeck, who has a hot yet annoying wife, believes the Bucs will be the dominant NFL team in a short time.

Tim Hasselbeck, ESPN NFL analyst: The Packers were dominant in the postseason this past year and most people believe that they can be dominant for the next three years. But if we are looking at 2014-2016, then we need to find the next Green Bay Packers. The Tampa Bay Bucs look like they could be that team. They have an absolute stud at QB, great talent at the skill positions and they have invested high picks on the defensive line in hopes to be dominant on that side of the ball. Sounds a little bit like how the Packers were built.
THE PICK: Tampa Bay Bucs

Joe is inclined to believe this, but the NFL is about to be a whole new league. With this new CBA in place, it changes quite a bit on the NFL landscape. It will be very interesting to see how the NFL, and the Bucs, shake out.

10 Responses to “Bucs Are About To Dominate”

  1. OAR Says:

    What new CBA is in place? I havent seen a pig fly by my window yet!

  2. Dave Says:

    I would argue that the Bucs can be a dominant team well before 2014. I would argue that if not this year, then definately next year.

  3. thomas 2.2 Says:

    A “short time” joe? 2014-2016. That isnt a compliment its an insult. They better be good before 2014. They must be predicting a regime change after 2013.

  4. McBuc Says:

    Tom, again you have no clue. He is saying they are on the ris, will be good for a couple of years, and then they will be dominant…like the Packers. You Jack asses really should just go cheer for the Pats.

  5. Atrain WD40 Says:

    I agree with McBuc, Thomas just go away and stay away! This is a site for Buc Fans by Buc fans

  6. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    From 2011-2020 the poster known as 2.2 Inches is going to be the most miserable Bucs follower (notice I didn’t say “fan”) in existence. Not only are the Bucs going to be the next Packers but Raheem will be head coach that entire time. 2.2 is going to pull his hair out when he sees that. Yes! Love it!

  7. Garv Says:

    Keep it GOING! 10 more days and the London “home” game is back, well……
    HOME! Might even pay for it with a useless practice “game” cancelled!

    Never thought it would come to this but it’s how I’m thinking now. We WILL have a full season, why not a full season of real HOME GAMES too?

    BTW, love this site and most of the fans. Just ignore the miserable haters. They live to whine and whine to live. Their problem, not mine.

  8. JamesJR@maherchevy Says:

    We can finally pull out those Maui Jims that Gruden fooled us into buying and dust em off. Its so bright in Tampa Bay, you better hope they’re polorized.

  9. BigMacAttack Says:

    I like how these guys are finally starting to see this team, and their potential. I agree with others that it shouldn’t take that long to get there, but I see them getting there. I don’t think the Packers are dominant but they are very good, especially how they rose up in the playoffs. Rogers is doing a great job for them. However I think these guys are overlooking another team, with a great coach, even if he cheats, that is loaded with young talent too. That’s right, the Patriots. Never look past a Belicheat team. The guy is a master talent evaluator, but Dom and Rah are getting better by the day and I can see some future showdowns with the Bucs v Pats coming soon.

  10. Vince Says:

    Joe, I literally lol’d at your random inclusion and analysis of Tim Hasselbeck’s wife.