Tom Brady Can Feast On Bucs Corners

September 19th, 2013

Wait a minute. You mean Tom Brady might smile at the thought of going after every cornerback not named Revis on Sunday? Well, that’s no surprise. The Bucs are quite thin and inexperienced after No. 24.

Pats beat men Doug Kyed and Nick Underhill dive into all things Bucs in this video, including how the Pats might “exploit” Johnthan Banks and Leonard Johnson.

15 Responses to “Tom Brady Can Feast On Bucs Corners”

  1. Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    I hope Tampa beats these clowns Sunday. No way New England is as good a team as the Saints, and we should have won that game.
    I look for an upset Sunday, Go Bucs!

  2. Bucnjim Says:

    Keep the pressure on him and we have a chance. All Day=Long Day.

  3. kennyc Says:

    What a joke! Banks can cover any of the Pats receivers, hell even Johnson can cover any of them. That dude needs to put down the Sam Adams, although I do love the winter lager. Matter of fact, I am going to throw down a 12ver of Sam Adams watching the Bucs beat down these great receivers!! Go Bucs

  4. ShutTheBucUp Says:

    Feasting would require his receivers to catch the ball, something they’ve had a hard time doing so far this season. I’m not scared and I don’t think our secondary is either.

  5. bucrightoff Says:

    ShutTheBucUp nailed it. If anyone saw that Thursday Night game we can leave their receivers wide open and its 50/50 they catch it.

  6. Buc1987 Says:

    It will be awful hard to feast off the corners while your lying on your ass. <~~~Please no jinx, please no jinx.

    I really need this win to pull me out of this depressed state. Freeman please show up.


    @1987,another 40 something % completion percentage day by freeman and you can kiss your win goodbye.

  8. Buc1987 Says:

    September 19th, 2013 at 4:58 pm

    “@1987,another 40 something % completion percentage day by freeman and you can kiss your win goodbye.”


  9. buc4lyfe Says:

    You would think tom brady never lost a game in his career the media carries his jock strap. it would be an insult to revis to guard any other them, if gronk and or edleman are out there, thats who he needs to guard on the money downs but with that being said, EVERYONE”S game plan to beat the bucs is attack leonard johnson when they need a big play or first down and because of that weak link and schiano apparently not realizing it….its a toss up and at 50/50 odds who wouldnt give brady the edge when it comes to beating that guy….never thought i’d say i missed danny gorrer but he was our best corner last year according to football focus guys

  10. buc4lyfe Says:

    It’s easy to have a 40% passing if your players drop key 3rd down passes…people are so stupid to just say look at freemans stats 9-22 or whatever it was and say it as if people didnt drop passes, penalties didnt bring back plays, mike williams not dragging his feet….you sound ignorant GRIF4FREESUX. what teams leads the league in penalties and drops so if you add that and inaccurate throws from time to time thats what you’ll get. damn its so ignorant everytime you come here you seem so dumb goof saying blame freeman, what the hell would tom brady do if vjack dropped the same passes or had the same penalties

    Josh Freeman vs. Game Film: a very different story

  11. Bobby Says:

    Yeah, I like our chances with Revis on their best and Banks and Johnson on the others.

  12. Eric Says:

    Should be no problem at all. Probably have it iced by halftime.

  13. Bobby Says:

    @Buc4lyfe….that is exactly correct. My first comment after the game when everyone was slamming Freeman was to challenge people to re-watch the game because I just didn’t see Freeman being this inaccurate passer the whole game. Just a few errant throws but every NFL QB has those. The drops and penalties are what kept the offense from ever getting on track. That was a good breakdown of all of his passes. None of the Glennon mob will look at it but it verifies what I’ve been saying since just after the game.

  14. scubog Says:

    Right with you Bobby. While Freeman wasn’t at his best and wasn’t able to win the Jets or Saints games by himself; in spite of what the naysayers see; when # 5 sat down with only seconds remaining, the team he leads was ready to win.

  15. Tampamac Says:

    Bobby and Buc4lyfe,

    I’m not in the Glennon mob because at least at this point he’s definitely not the answer. I was firmly a Freeman supporter until this season but that support has given way to what I see. Everything is not Freeman’s fault, but I don’t think it’s too much to ask for some more sustained drives by our QB, especially with the defense playing lights out football right now. As far as the Bucsnaton chart, pretty good info, but that pass at Ogletree’s feet still boggles my mind. A 5 year starting QB should not throw a pass that bad with no pressure on him or a backfoot throw into double coverage. Staring down the receivers is a big issue also. I want nothing more for Josh than for him to flourish, but right now the proof is in the pudding. I’d rather our QB have consistent 250 yard 2 TD games with a pick maybe every other game than 400 yard 4 TD games with a 200 yard 4 int game the next week. The Sheikra sudden drop Josh is the one that irks me and it doesn’t seem like he knows how to fix it.