“I Don’t Think It’s That Devastating”

September 3rd, 2012

Bucs beat writer Woody Cummings, of The Tampa Tribune, dusted off a fancy suit and really goes deep in this News Channel 8 video preview of the Bucs’ season. Among other things, Cummings says the Bucs are a “seven or eight” win team, maybe even 9-7. He also downplays the loss of Davin Joseph, “I don’t think it’s that devastating,” and makes interesting points about how the Bucs won’t overuse Doug Martin.

5 Responses to ““I Don’t Think It’s That Devastating””

  1. Have A Nice Day Says:

    I don’t think the loss of Joseph was devastating as much as the thought of Larsen filling in for him an entire season.

  2. Tony Says:

    As a whole the depth looks terrible given that last game. That said the depth will be used only when needed. I bet the play of Larsen or Hardmen gets elevated because they’re playing with the first team. The bad art is they will be next to Trueblood and with him you never know what you are getting.

  3. Miguel Grande Says:

    This is the same guy who said that it will take people 25-30 years to understand this defense. Someone might mention to him that the average career length for an NFL player is about 3.5 years. That’s why you need 4 years to be vested into the pension.

    One week before the opener and no one is concerned about RG? Does any beside Thomas study game film?

  4. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    Something can’t be described as being “that” devastating. It either is devastating or it isn’t devastating. Kinda like saying she’s not “that” pregnant.

    So which is it? Was the loss of Joseph devastating or not? I guess we’ll find out soon enough.

  5. Adam Says:

    They didn’t run the ball all that well when they HAD Joseph.