History Suggests Big Day For V-Jax

December 21st, 2014


The only thing right about the offense of the Bucs is the wide receivers. Mike Evans very well may be rookie of the year and Vincent Jackson is quietly having a Pro Bowl-like season.

The outlook today appears grim with hotshot Hollywood starlet-shagging Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers coming off a bad game. Rodgers is lethal after bad game, not that he has had many of them.

Also, the Packers are still fighting for their playoff lives.

One bright spot for the Bucs, if you look at history, is Jackson’s numbers against the Packers. He has never played the Packers as a member of the Bucs, but did twice while playing for the Chargers.

In 2007, Jackson had six catches for 98 yards and a touchdown. Three years later, Jackson caught seven passes for 141 yards and hauled in a career-high three touchdowns.

If the Bucs have any prayer against the Packers, Joe believes Jackson will have to replecate his past performances against the Green and Cheddar.

7 Responses to “History Suggests Big Day For V-Jax”

  1. JoeJoes Fungi Nails Says:

    gotta have the ball for #83 to have a big day…once the Pack have the game under control….they’ll be burning the clock running the ball….and we won’t stop them running either

  2. Brooks4Prez Says:

    I give us very little chance to win this game. However, if the Saints win and the Panthers lose, New orleans has nothing to play for Next sunday. All I can say is go Jets and go Titans, we can lock up that number 1 pick this weekend.

  3. Buccfan37 Says:

    A big day for Jackson and Evans will keep the score close and exciting for all you tank fans.

  4. BlakeJohnson Says:

    I’m gonna be pissed if Odell Beckham wins Roty, because ME13 would have like 1400 yards if not for the two scrubs throwing him the ball.

  5. SSG Mike Says:

    He also had Philip Rivers tossing him the ball. That makes a huge difference!

  6. J Moné Says:

    Watch bucs with Evans and Jackson be like a Julio roddy combo and keep us in this game shootout

  7. OB Says:

    As all of you have seen and said, McCown is wildly inaccurate as he has already shown in today’s game or he doesn’t see the open man or he holds the ball. It is a wonder that have as many yards as they do. Put them with Rogers or any other good QB and they would be approaching 200o yards.

    It just hit me, maybe Lovie needs glasses because he can’t see very well.