“Big Numbers” Or A Blowout

December 4th, 2014

lovie 1110bSo how can Tampa Bay beat the NFL’s No. 1 defense on Sunday?

A couple of top NFL analysts think one Buccaneer is the key.

That would be rookie Mike Evans. In this breakdown of Bucs-Lions, former Bucs scout, Jets coach and Jets personnel chief Pat Kirwan joins prickly Pete Prisco to proclaim Tampa Bay has no shot at running the ball and Evans will have to rebound from a quiet day against the Bengals.

It sure is a great opportunity for Evans to further impress nationally, if he can light up this stout defense.

Enjoy the video breakdown below. Kirwan and Prisco both predict the Lions will blow out the Bucs.

11 Responses to ““Big Numbers” Or A Blowout”

  1. MTM Says:

    The Bucs offensive plan should be to throw first to open up the running game. This won’t happen and the Bucs defense will be absolutely torched by Megatron and Stafford after being on the field for 3 quarters. #1 Draft pick come on down!!

  2. Soggy Says:

    In the picture above lovie is saying – OH SH!T NOW WE GOT TO PLAY THE LIONS…

  3. Oveal730 Says:

    I’m just looking for progress. The foundation is getting close to being laid for the bucs defense but the offense is a hit and miss right now. 17-13 Lions

  4. OB Says:

    I am not concerned about our defense, but I am concerned that our offense will give them the ball on a short field many times so it will look like the defense collapsed when it never had a chance. McCown has proven consistently that when under pressure, he is brain dead with the ball. He will be under pressure and he will be brain dead with the ball. I just wonder what new way of coughing it up he will come up with.

    Our punter must be mentioned also, to me either he does well or get a new one now.

  5. 87ForJameisOrMariota Says:

    Soggy…I think Lovie’s saying…oh sh!t we had 12 men on the field.

  6. Buccfan37 Says:

    I guess Lovie’s thinking McCown gives the Bucs the best chance of winning, still.

  7. billy buckaroo Says:

    Put in the entire second string offense line and Glennon after the first qtr if nothing is happening with the first string guys.
    Why Not?

  8. Tye Says:

    His thought could be, “What was I thinking… I left the comfort of my basement, screwed up my reputation and now I’m in a dreadful situation!”

  9. Fort Myers Dave Says:

    Have a bad feeling about the game in Detroit: Bucs could go Ravens/ATL and not get a damned first down in the first half if the Detroit DL crushed the Buc OL as expected. Detroit will score; their rookie TE and Golden Tate (a player the Bucs passed on in 2010 and drafted Benn instead in round 2 and he was a FA this spring) will have career days and Calvin Johnson should have another big game…. Detroit 31 Bucs 10 with the Bucs being in a huge hole early. Bucs offense simply does not have the speed to match the intensity of the Lion D; btw was not the talk of a Tedford offense centered around speed? Judging by the sluggishness and lack of speed by the Bucs must show that Tedford and Licht were not on the same page as far as “speed and space” go…. Maybe thats why Tedford quit…..

  10. Please Says:

    Bucs will win (because no one expects it and it’ll drop their draft order)

  11. HairlessHenry Says:

    Lions Blow Out Tampa! Loveys a Looser. This season is Shyt down the drain, now watch them flush their draft choice down with it also. Save Gleenon for next year now. He knows he cant trust Lovey. Get the guy a traid or name him Tamps starting Quarterback for next year.