One Bright Spot: Da’Quan Bowers

October 9th, 2011

Joe’s as bitter, embarrassed and exasperated as the next fan, but at least there was one bright spot today to soothe you before you leap from the Skyway Bridge.

Da’Quan Bowers played pretty darn well . And Joe’s sure he’s not reaching here, though Joe must watch the game again.

Bowers was active in the backfield, made sure tackles and batted down a pass.

At least it’s something after an historic beating.

7 Responses to “One Bright Spot: Da’Quan Bowers”

  1. BucForce Says:

    Are you really going to watch that game again Joe? There is nothing to be learned from watching that, you’ve already lost 3 hours of your life you will never get back.

  2. RastaMon Says:

    THERE were NO bright spots…..lets not introduce liberal journalism into a football forum…

  3. Patrick Says:

    “The Bucs got outhustled, outcoached, outmuscled, outplayed and outeverythinged today in San Francisco, crushed in all phases of the game.”

    Sounds like you just contradicted yourself Joe

  4. D.P.Boo Says:

    im with joe bowers did really well today

  5. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @Patrick — C’mon now. The team can get completely clobbered and a player can still win some one-on-one battles and be worth noting if he’s a rookie.

    @RastaMon — What exactly is liberal about saying one guy had some moments. Please.

  6. derek Says:

    the only bright spot from this game was it ending

  7. Mauha Deeb Says:

    lol “liberal journalism” WTF are you talking about, Rasta? That comment made zero sense.
    Just another in a large majority of ignorant citizens who do not understand the terms and words they use.