Trevor Scott Makes His Mark

August 24th, 2013

Unless Joe missed a snap, newcomer defensive end Trevor Scott entered the game on third down midway through the second quarter and promptly recorded his first sack in pewter. He tossed Ryan Tannehill to the turf with Lavonte David coming in late to help.

This might not be a big deal for most teams, but for the pass-rush starved Bucs, every time a quarterback is hit is worth noting.

Daniel Te’o-Nesheim and Adrian Clayborn got starting nods at defensive end. As for Da’Quan Bowers, well, Joe will write more about him later.

Update 9:30 p.m.: Scott recorded another sack early in the third quarter. It’s possible it will be recorded as a half sack to be shared with Bowers. It was, though, Scott whose pressure made the play.

Update 9:45 p.m.: Scott beat his man 1-on-1 from the right defensive end and forced a sack-fumble in the third quarter.

5 Responses to “Trevor Scott Makes His Mark”

  1. Stanglassman Says:

    One of the Joes (Steve?) on Ron and Ian show said by accident that Scott had 3 sacks for the pats in one game. I thought he misspoke, I didn’t realize he was just foreseeing this game tonight.

    Joe was referencing Scott’s three sacks for the Pats last year. Joe mistakenly said last week in the interview. –Joe

  2. Raphael Says:

    Trevor Scott just took Daquan bowers job from him….book it

  3. 321BucFan Says:

    Trevor looks good, only D’end we have that squares in and doesn’t rush pass the QB. Daquan looks terrible, bust !!

  4. 321BucFan Says:

    Ooops meant rush past the QB

  5. MR.T Says:

    I would be surprised if this guy didn’t make the team.