Listen To The Bucs

October 29th, 2013

Various Bucs spoke Monday about the upcoming game with the Seahawks and looked back at yet another loss last Thursday, that to the Stinking Panthers.

Among those brave enough to talk were defensive end Da’Quan Bowers, running back Mike James, wide receiver Tiquan Underwood, linebacker Mason Foster and wide receiver Chris Owusu.

In addition to the Bucs players, Bucs commander Greg Schiano held his daily press briefing, hoping his team somehow reverses fortunes from an 0-7 mark.

As always, audio courtesy of Joe’s good friends at WDAE-AM 620.

One Response to “Listen To The Bucs”

  1. Buc1987 Says:

    Is the season over yet? Some people say life sucks then you die or life’s a bitch then you die. I say you become a Bucs fan and life sucks. All you young Buc fans that have not been through the BS years, welcome to my hell. Enjoy it. This is what it’s like being a Bucs fan. Learn to live with the sucking that is. Stick with em though so you can have the same feeling I had when Dungy came in. It’s well worth it all. Learn it, know it, live it and suffer it all. Take every one of these losses in. Be a Bucs fan and deal with all this crap. I know it sucks, and it has sucked for quite awhile. It’s frustrating. When they start winning again, you’ll know what I’m talking about. Maybe you will remember what I’m trying to say when they do start winning again. I don’t know and I don’t care. There was a Lions fan in my section last week with her boyfriend. I told her the same thing. Stick with your team, stick with the Lions, because when they win it all it’s a feeling I can’t describe. Perhaps some of these long time Buc fans can explain it better than me. I know damn well that most of you became fans when Dungy came in, that’s why I’m telling you all this. The more this team loses, the better the winning feels. Oh well I’m drunk and I’m done telling like it is for now. I’ll continue on being a Bucs fan, because I know what it feels like when they hoist that trophy and I will never forget that moment. Bob Marley -Three Little Birds. Don’t worry every little things gonna be alright.