Bucs Will Chill In Cleveland

October 31st, 2014

The mythical home-field, hot-weather, Tampa advantage doesn’t help the Buccaneers, so Joe’s not going to be one bit pessimistic about Sunday’s weather forecast in Cleveland.

Yes, it’s going to be cold and breezy, though not bitter cold. But weather shouldn’t matter. Joe refuses to believe this Bucs team is so darn soft it can’t function in old school football weather.

Kickoff temperature is projected to be 42 degrees, with temps escalating to 45 degrees during the game. Wind is forecast for 15 miles per hour.

Umm, it might be a good idea to get the running game going for a change.

13 Responses to “Bucs Will Chill In Cleveland”

  1. Touch_Down_Tampa_Bay Says:

    In other words we are about to reach another level of boring offense by TB.

  2. Touch_Down_Tampa_Bay Says:

    The Glazers will be the 1st owners to hire fans to watch the game. (Painkillers and beer included)

  3. SAMCRO Says:

    Man, that’s perfect weather! If you have ever played organized football you would know that those temps are perfect for football. Atleast you don’t have as much sweat dripping off your nut sack, and you don’t feel like you’re breathing oven air. Perfect! Go Bucs!

  4. Buccfan37 Says:

    Can’t see the Bucs winning this game. I guess stranger things have happened, the cool air might help the Bucs.

  5. Capt.Tim Says:

    With this team, and Oniel Cousins potentially playing
    – the cold wind won’t be the only thing blowing

    Cold, windy, Cousins.
    Gonna be hard to overcome all disasters at once

    Happy Halloween

  6. Another J Says:

    Brian Hoyer will probably have a career day against the Bucs.

  7. Architek Says:


  8. willie d Says:

    Eric Page is from Ohio. I hear you could use a good reliable PR/KR.

  9. bucrightoff Says:

    Sounds like Oneil Cousins is starting this weeks. Thoughts and prayers to Glennon and the running backs.

  10. NewTampaChris Says:

    I wonder if the Browns will make us wear the white uniforms so we’re colder. I know that all works down here when we do it.

  11. CB Buc Says:

    Weather aside, it’s going be ugly

    A first time, first year head coach who is doing a good job – not asking for time – over a veteran head coach who has no sense of urgency and making excuses.

  12. brandonbucsfan Says:

    kick Lovie upstairs into management and bring on Jim Harbaugh. It would be nice to see some passion on the sideline. (no I don’t mean insanity ala Schiano)

  13. King Diamond Says:

    It’s gonna be ugly.