Bucs Luck Out With Denver Weather

November 30th, 2012

Perhaps the football gods do want the Bucs in the playoffs?

Joe just took a peek at the weather forecast in Denver for Sunday’s game against the Broncos, and the kickoff temperature is expected to be about 62 degrees under sunny skies and insignificant wind, with a high of 64 projected for the afternoon.

That’s darn near a miracle forecast for the Bucs.

Of course, those also are great playing conditions for the Broncos’ aerial attack.

23 Responses to “Bucs Luck Out With Denver Weather”

  1. voice of reason Says:

    my first thought was GREAT!
    then, i remembered that we can run and stop the run.
    a blizzard might be perfect for us.

  2. Brandon Says:

    I honestly think we would be better off with 15 degree weather, with freezling rain, and 50 mile per hour wind. If the conditions were good for whomever cold run the ball, we’d have a great chance… there’s always next week.

    Hello, EAGLES!

  3. SeanyMac in SC Says:

    Maybe Doug Martin will see the words “Broncos” painted in the end zone and thinks he back at Boise State. We need this kid to pound the rock and keep the ball away from Manning.

  4. Miguel El Magnifico Says:

    Great break on the weather, now if they can get them to pump in some oxygen.

  5. Wade Says:

    Doug “Scootie”……..Better than Doug Flutie!

  6. Biggun Says:

    Now if we can extra oxygen in the air so we don’t get winded…. we will find out if we’re the best conditioned team in the NFL….

  7. bucobruce Says:


  8. Killian Says:

    Likelihood that Monte Kiffin will be the D Coordinator next year? Could happen based on what we have seen from our passing defense and the fact that the Glazers want to sell more tickets.

  9. Colorado Buc Says:

    Viagra…the whole team needs to take a Viagra before the game..haha sounds funny right, well viagra increases blood flow which allows oxygen to be processed easier. I know this because when I moved here I had some trouble doing my normal work out routine and my Dr. tried to prescribe me viagra….

  10. patrickbucs Says:

    @Killian, not sure if we would go there. They were 9-3 when he announced he was leaving for Tennessee, that defense performed poorly that year. I think he would be welcomed but he wouldn’t be a savior most likely unless he incoporates a Tampa 2 with some modern blitzes. As of right now we don’t have a d-line that genrates enough pressure to be effective in that defense imo.

    I think that the weather being good is a plus for the Bucs, we shall see.

  11. ClayBURN94 Says:

    Bringing Monte back as defensive coordinator would be awesome. His pass defenses combined with Schianos run defense would make our defense great. They run basically the same type of swarming defense. Why not give it a shot and it might bring more fans back to the stadium too. Btw Miguel your comparing a college spread offense against a college defense to the Nfl. I like how you only comment when the bucs lose, douche.

  12. Wade Says:

    The dynamic between Kiffin and Schiano would not work……

  13. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I just got in to Denver yesterday, and the weather is great. I was expecting to freeze. We shall see if that’s a good thing or a bad thing for the team.

  14. teacherman777 Says:


    When is the team arriving to Denver?

    I hope we are already there to get ready. I think if Schiano was ‘really’ so detailed. He would have flown us there on Wednesday to get acclimated better.

    So we’re going to a State with Legalized Weed??


  15. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I can answer that for Joe. They are coming in tomorrow. Watch Schiano’s press conference from today to see why. Like you, I wish they would have come in earlier.

  16. SacBucs Says:

    Silver f&#$ing Spoon….F the gammar police…..you narc

  17. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    ⬆ As long as this guy is here, I’ll never be the stupidest person on JBF.

  18. SacBucs Says:

    Here comes the cops..With what I know now I wasted my time in college narc..

  19. SacBucs Says:

    JBF IS NOT MY LIFE RICKY SHOLDER….I read comments for months before I posted one..Then captain correcting english teacher comes out chestizing me for my writing my first post on this lil screen..I’m upgrading Silverspoon..and Im looking for You Hawaii FiveO..Mikej..tampa2..miguel got enough fans on his helmet (the weirdo)..

    Like I’m a internet thug..I just wanted my opinion heard like the rest of Yall! Colorado McBucs & Sneedy Wassup

  20. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    Since you write about me on every post, I’m going to set the record straight. I’m not into guys, so your obsession with me will never materialize. I don’t swing that way, so I suggest you move on. Sorry to disappoint.

  21. Miguel El Magnifico Says:


    Your comments are infantile and incomprehensible.

    “miguel got enough fans on his helmet (the weirdo)..”

    Are you commenting in Portuguese and then clicking the Google translate button? Nothing makes any sense.

  22. Miguel El Magnifico Says:

    Clayburn says, “Btw Miguel your comparing a college spread offense against a college defense to the Nfl. I like how you only comment when the bucs lose, douche.”

    Is there a rule that says Kiffin can’t run a NFL type defense in college. After all, most USC players are being paid quite well. It’s just that the Kiffins are not very good coaches. When against a competent coaching staff, they always lose.

    Do you people seriously think that the Glazer boys will forgive and forget Monte Kiffin quitting mid-season? That cost the Bucs 4 losses and the Glazers about $20 million to Gruden.

    It only seems like I comment only after losses because they lose half of the time. Get used to it, the Little General’s lifetime (11 long years) record in college is the same as in the NFL, one game over .500. I’m actually here every day and active in the conversation, I’m just not part of the Amen Chorus.

  23. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I agree with Miguel on Sacbucs. I understand almost nothing he types, but I look at it as a good thing.

    As for Schiano, I guess I admire you for being stubborn in your criticism. That being said, he has exceeded everyone’s expectations. He hasn’t been perfect, but no coach is. This was a 4-12 team last year, and he is dealing with an astonishing number of injuries to critical players. Most people can see that.