Mocking The Bucs

October 24th, 2011

John Mullin (and others) scoff at the Bucs’ offensive gameplan against the Bears in this video.

9 Responses to “Mocking The Bucs”

  1. KD Says:

    Anyone who watched that offense yesterday would scoff at it. Olson is clueless. From the predictable right up the gut 1st down runs that go nowhere- we may as well just start with 2nd and 12 – to the constant short crossing routes where only Mike Williams goes anywhere past 7 yards, this offense is GOING NOWHERE.

    At one point in the game yesteray – I believe it was in the 3rd quarter – Olson called an off tackle run to the left with no tight end help. I lost my mind. Julius Peppers, one of the biggest athletic freaks the league has ever seen, is one on one with your offensive tackle, you don’t give him any help, and you try and run the ball right at him with no tight end or (obviously) fullback helping? The dumbest call of the game. This offense will remain stagnant until Olson is fired. I know how many picks Freeman threw, while he needs to look off his passes and stop forcing crap to baby Kellen, I feel like Olson’s routes aren’t helping him at all.

    Why does he wait until we’re down two scores to open the playbook up? Tampa moved the ball most effectively when we were in our two minute hurry up offense. That should have been our offense from the time EG went down, yet he waited until it was too late.

    I also know that our running back went down. That is mostly to blame on Dom (I bet he never goes into a game with 2 running backs again), but you have to have some sort of backup plan and Olson had none. It was embarrassing – AGAIN. I am so done with this offensive sh** show.

  2. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    If you’re done with it, then really be done with it. Stop posting, stop watching games, stop following the Bucs. We could use fewer “fans” like you and more of the true fans who keep a level head after wins AND losses. It gets really old having to slog through the rants of emotional juveniles after each loss.

  3. KD Says:

    Excuse me but where the hell do you get off telling me to go like a different team? Even in wins our offense has looked bad. The thing you “true fans” don’t get is YOU CAN CRITICIZE YOUR OWN TEAM. I love the Bucs, always have, always will, but I dislike our offensive coordinator. That makes me not a fan? Just because I’m a diehard doesn’t mean I have to blindly follow the team and say “They’re going 16-0 they’re the best omgomgomg.” I call it as I see it. I realize other people have their opinions and I respect them and enjoy discussing opposing view with fellow Buc fans. What I don’t respect is someone who obviously didn’t read or recognize the content in my post and then just tells me to go follow another team because I’m not a true fan. Try posting actual information, not calling me out because I don’t bow at the feet of every member of the Bucs organization.

  4. KD Says:

    “Rants of emotional juveniles”? Are you serious? All I did was post things I saw in the game yesterday, that’s it. My bad, next time I should go post that on a Tampa Bay fan site.

  5. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    That was a plain jane Tampa 2 we faced yesterday. HAD Graham not gone down, and if we got the running game working, we would have won.
    W/O any real threat of a running game, they were able to play the pass, and we all saw what happened. Still, we almost pulled it out.
    Mullin also took a shot at Detroit with his remark about Indian food. Typical Chicago snobbery, but in some ways he is right. Chicago is an awesome city, and makes both Detroit and London look bad, in comparison.

  6. Mauha Deeb Says:

    I mock it every week too.

  7. Bobby Says:

    Just how did the ‘playbook’ get opened up in the 4th quarter?? I saw the same plays being called, I just saw better execution and a greater sense of urgency. If we had that attitude from the first quarter I think most people would feel like Olson is a genius because we would have 4th quarter results from the beginning of the game.

  8. Capt.Tim Says:

    Deep breathes, people. Jeez, the reactions in this town are so damn extreme. Go back and read you post last week, after the Saints win! Everyone was predicting we go to the Damn SuperBowl, with our great coaches and talented team!
    We Lose one game, that we probably still would have won except for the idiot Talib!, and everybody sucks

    Some of you guys are just a sickening bunch of whinny Pu%^ies!

    With all the injuries we had yesterday, any team would have’s amazing we still had a chance to win at the end!

    It’s the youngest team in the league. It’s gonna have growing pains, and inconsistent play. If you don’t realize that, then you are too stupid to be posting your thoughts here

    Three years ago, Raheem inherited the worst team in the league. No talent, no Depth. It sucked. To have us fighting for a playoff spot, two years later, is an incredible feat. The team isn’t perfect- it’s got lots of flaws. Every team does. I bitched plenty about the LBers and Cbs

  9. Capt.Tim Says:

    Damn it!
    But to go from loving the team one week, to absolutely hating it the next, is so damn mindless it’s nauseating! We are still 4-3, have a bye week to heal, and maybe a lil of the coaching, that they missed out on all offseason, will help.

    But all this infantile crying just shows what sad excuses fir men are running around now days- grow up