Re-Live Victory, Glennon Fever At 1:30 P.M.

October 1st, 2014


That quarter smile you couldn’t wipe off your face on Monday, that pride at the office, the lack of shame walking through Publix, that’s the sweetness of victory.

And you can re-live all that at 1:30 p.m.

That’s when NFL Network will show a condensed replay of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ thrilling win at Heinz Field.

What a great way to enjoy lunch while read your favorite Buccaneers blog with all the news and nuggets of the day.

Joe suspects that watching the close of that game again might even drive some wealthy fan to purchase a Bucs luxury suite. If so, feel free to invite Joe.

12 Responses to “Re-Live Victory, Glennon Fever At 1:30 P.M.”

  1. Bob Says:

    It was on yesterday as well……great way to enjoy the game produced at a much faster pace.

  2. Unislookgoodunislookugly Says:

    Wow. More Glennon crap. Man this town is in for rude awaking this week. You’re not only the self appointed, flip flopping, supporter of Gennon, Joe. You’re the President of the Goober club.

  3. gatrbuc17 Says:

    Unis…………The glass is half full man. Chill out.

  4. DB55 Says:

    Funny. That’s how I watch the games on Sunday. I record it then press play about 2 hours into it. I skip all the commercials and the huddling. I get to replay plays 5-6 times and somehow always catch up the the live broadcast with about 5 mins left in the game. Sure beats sitting in the sun and watching 18k ferman ford commercials.

  5. Casual Observer Says:

    Love to watch Glennon throw those darts. Will watch again.

  6. BoJim Says:

    Unislookgoodunislookugly. Yeah. You really know your football. pfft.

  7. billy buckaroo Says:

    Its up to the offense line if Glennon does good this week or not AND if arroyo calls plays to match their ability against the New orleans rush.
    Give him time and the right plays and Glennon will give you points on the scoreboard.
    The offense line has improved and I think they will hold up their end Arroyo has improved and I think Glennon will get some good plays to run
    Glennon is easily adequate to take care of business in this situation.

    Its up to the defense to keep New Orleans in check so we score more than them.

    The defense situation looks like it controls more of the final outcome of this game

  8. Newbucsfan!!! Says:

    A lot of close games but with the 1st or 3rd pick in the 2015 draft the Bucs select, JAMIS WINSTON. If Licht is truly a good GM then he will get at least a 3rd for Glennon, Banks, Gholston or Barron. Trade back up into the 2nd round for two picks and select a MLB and CB. In free agency, pick up another DE and some depth players. THE BLUEPRINT!

  9. Buc1987 Says:

    Unislookgoodunislookugly Says:
    October 1st, 2014 at 10:54 am

    “Man this town is in for rude awaking this week.”

    That’s impossible. We’re Buc fans. Over-confidence is not in our DNA.

    Please man, we know the Saints game is near. Let us bask in the glow of victory if only for a week. No need to hit us over the head with a sledgehammer. I’m sure Brees has been polishing up his sledgehammer all week.

  10. Buc1987 Says:

    “A lot of close games but with the 1st or 3rd pick in the 2015 draft the Bucs select, JAMIS WINSTON.”

    Too immature man. With that being said though, if that happens one buc place can have my credit card number for the next ten years.

    Go Noles!

  11. Buccfan37 Says:

    Good pic above of the winning combo at Heinz Field after the Bucs win. And Unislooking, you’re a stone cold lock for goober of the week.

  12. cwalshnaples Says:

    I’m pumped up! Ha Ha so true about walking through Publix after a Bucs blowout…it’s the real “walk of shame” when all I want is to get my damn rotisserie chicken, a case of beer and get out ASAP!