“I Don’t Know If I Can Watch That Carnage”

December 23rd, 2011

Veteran sportscaster Dave Wirth, of the award-winning WTSP-TV, Ch. 10 news, checks in to look at the Bucs-Panthers game via this exclusive video for JoeBucsFan.com readers.

Watch and find out what Wirth is referring to when he says, ” I don’t know if I can watch that carnage.”

11 Responses to ““I Don’t Know If I Can Watch That Carnage””

  1. Garv Says:

    I would be very surprised if the Buccaneers won another game this year.
    Clearly the effort, or enough of it, is not there.
    The players are getting knocked around and seem to be waiting for the season to end.

    Cam Newton wants very much to win. The Buccaneers as a team clearly do not.
    Anyone who has been to the home games after the London fiasco knows that. We have STUNK at home AND away. I don’t even know where to start with player personnel other than to type there a few players who want to be here and should be.

    Tough and long road ahead and I only hope the Royal Glazerbaums show they give a damn and give season ticket holders something to get excited about.

    Carnage indeed.

  2. RastaMon Says:


  3. GenocideD Says:

    Time to slip in the backups and see what they’ve got.
    *Starts Stewart in my no.2 RB spot for fantasy football this week.
    Hello Top 5 pick! …this one’s gonna look ugly.

  4. Brandon Says:

    Welcome back from the dead, Mr. Rogers.

  5. Thomas 2.2. Says:

    Any team coached by rah rah cliche will be carnage.

  6. TurnThePage Says:

    Thomas, I have heard that you have been right all along about Raheem Morris. So, for that, I respect you and give your opinion far more weight than any of the sheep who apologize for that unqualified boob.

    Anyway, I have a question for you, if the Buccaneers somehow pull off a win against the Panthers, will this be enough to invigorate the sheeple to demand Raheem return next year? Do you think the 3 stooges would bring him back after only one win against the Panthers? Claiming that raheem finished strong while pointing out that Gruden lost 4 in a row and failed to finish strong… EVEN though he took the Buccaneers and won their only Super Bowl, thereby finishing with the strongest season in Buccaneers history, something Tony Dungy failed to do with the Bucs.

  7. TurnThePage Says:

    The draft order is shaping up… how bout an article about this JBF?

    Tampa Bay 4-10
    Cleveland 4-10
    Jacksonville 4-10
    Minnesota 2-12
    St. Louis 2-12
    Colts 2-13

    We need the Bucs to lose out. Looked at Cleveland’s schedule, they are gonna lose out. However, Jacksonville plays the Colts, and surely will win this one. That would move Tampa ahead of the Jags. So it appears that the Bucs will get the 5th pick overall.

  8. Thomas 2.2. Says:


    The sheep are hard to understand. They all know rah is a disaster, the problem is they were so anti-Gruden and invested in his replacement that they can’t be objective. If they squeak out a narrow win against the panthers (which will require a bad panther game and great buc game) some will argue that it helps rah so long as they don’t get spanked by the falcons.

    It is close to unanimous now that rah can’t return. The few holdouts are concerned that the Glazers will go cheap again, and that is possible; however, the sheep haven’t accepted yet that Rah is probably the worst coach for this team that you could find.

    You place a no experience, no discipline, energetic child in charge of no experience, no discipline children – you get = the last 3 months.

    The concern: the glazer kids want the cheapest option, which is the status quo – a gift win might give them sone incentive.

  9. Thomas 2.2. Says:


    Gruden’s arrogance was wearing thin; the defense was aging and 08 ended badly with 4 straight losses after Monte resigned to finish 9-7 but miss the playoffs.

    The scuttlebutt was that Gruden didn’t want to strip payroll further and the Glazer boys did – Rah took the job for 25 cents on the dollar and the Glazer kids thought they had a 2 year grace period – hence rah’s initial contract.

    Last year screwed us. We had 10 or 11 bad teams on the schedule and almost all of those happened to be missing their best qb when we played, Whitehurst instead of Hasselback as an example. That almost never happens.

    So the record deceived some and incentivized the glazer kids to extend the charade. I am being commended for my objective and consistent position that this is a horrible team. I could easily correct it.

    Bring in the most experienced and respected head coach. Cut Winslow, Talib, Black, Hayes, Jackson. Draft CB and speed, add a vet LB or 2. Need a change of pace back to compliment Blount and a size-plus tight end.

    I would honestly keep Olson and Van Pelt; I am telling you Rah is the problem, not Olson. Sure I disagree with some of his calls but overall he is pretty good considering their flaws and lack of depth.

  10. TurnThePage Says:

    I believe that we need to draft a LB like a Von Miller type. Then add one or 2 in FA like a Paulzney (spelling) type.

    We should draft a CB in round 2.

    Or, trade the top draft pick for more picks and load up on secondary, LBs and perhaps O-lineman.

    We should also sign the best available FA WR that has speed.

  11. Greg Says:

    Thomass, stop signing on as someone else asking yourself questions, your schtick is getting old. I’m personally hoping the Glazers keep Raheem so you’ll go through with your promise to have nothing to do with the Bucs if they do!