Bucs Likely To Face “Sanchize”

November 16th, 2015
"Sanchize" will start against the Bucs next Sunday.

“Sanchize” expected to start against the Bucs next Sunday.

No, no, no. Joe promises we will wallow in the warm waters of victory through tomorrow. But news has surfaced that impacts the Bucs a great deal, as they battle to stay alive for a wild card berth.

The Bucs’ next opponent, the Eagles, lost starting quarterback brittle Sam Bradford yesterday to a shoulder injury and a concussion. NFL players under today’s concussion protocol don’t often bounce back within a week.

And that is the case with Bradford. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports Bradford is out for the Bucs game. Instead, the Eagles “expect” to start Mark Sanchize of ButtFumble fame.

That is all. Return to basking in the sunshine of winning.

16 Responses to “Bucs Likely To Face “Sanchize””

  1. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Speaking for Pablo

    “Pablo is excited to see Mark Sanchez in action……make no mistake, Pablo wants the Bucs to beat him into a Philadelphia Cheesesteak Chimichanga. Pablo is a very nice man and is loyal to his Bucs…..Pablo even likes the Realist”

  2. Tom Edrington Says:

    Sanchez: Voted most likely to “pee his pants” in the face of the Bucs awesome pass rush!

  3. Lue0615 Says:

    Hopefully we get a bunch of sacks

  4. Buccfan37 Says:

    Like Sanchize is the franchise.

  5. NJBucsFan Says:

    Living in a New Jersey suburb of Philly I have the pleasure of enjoying Philly sports talk radio after the Eagles lose.

    Today the Eagle fans are looking right past Tampa and is on to Detroit. They feel Tampa is a second class NFL citizen and because the Lions beat Green Bay they are now worried about that game and not the Bucs.

    The Bucs need to win this game. It’s the fight for .500 and the chance for me to win multiple lunches.

    GO BUCS!

  6. D-Rome Says:

    Today the Eagle fans are looking right past Tampa and is on to Detroit

    What, really? Detroit is a terrible football team and that missed onside kick recovery opportunity by Calvin Johnson is a microcosm of how their season has gone this year.

  7. NJBucsFan Says:

    D-Rome Says:

    November 16th, 2015 at 2:37 pm

    Today the Eagle fans are looking right past Tampa and is on to Detroit

    What, really? Detroit is a terrible football team and that missed onside kick recovery opportunity by Calvin Johnson is a microcosm of how their season has gone this year.

    I never said Eagle fans were smart or educated football fans….

    GO BUCS!

  8. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I’ll bet the Cowgirls were looking past the Bucs…..thought for sure their losing streak would end…….
    Saints looked past the Bucs after the Titans game
    Falcons looked past the Bucs after the Redskins game
    Never look past any team in the NFL….

  9. JMN Says:

    “Hopefully we get a bunch of sacks”

    Yeah wouldn’t count on that happening. The Bucs are really good against stopping the run so the game will be put all on Sanchez’s shoulders. Hopefully he will self implode.

  10. Howard Cosell Says:

    So I guess the jury is in:
    Sanchez > Freeman

  11. BuccsFanatical Says:

    lmao first off well Written Article Joe……Everybody Hastag #ButtFumble
    NJBucsFan think for the inside info from across Enemy Lines….
    this Wiill Be a Fun Game, Sanchise is such a Joke as a QB He is Good for at least 4-5 Head Scratching what was He Thinking kinda plays and will Gift Wrap u every Game, I Have so Much Hatred for Phi Fans and NJBucsFan just added fuel to that and Looking forward to Going into they’re House and Dominating the Game, I feel we will have a few ppl back this week including ASJ.
    But I want to Take a Moment to Say, Those of u that know Me, know I was on the Fire Lovie Wagon I was Campaigning for Gruden, (where as I would still love to get my Chucky Back) I Have to Admit I am Impressed He Swallowed His Pride and Made the Changes at CB that needed to be done, and Because of that our Defense is starting to Look Formidable. and I am Pretty Impressed with How He Has Switch up His Aggression on Play calling, (Especially with the 5 Man Blitz Packages He was using. Looking at the Schedule I Can Honestly see this Team Going 6-1 in the Last 7 Games, I know that sounds Crazy But Look at Who we Play only Tough one is Carolina and Atlanta. But Atlanta is Reeling and I think we will sweep them, if Carolina Losses a Game before we meet they will Rest the Starters, if that Happens we will beat them. Can u imagine??? 12-5? Playoffs? sounds Crazy Right?? Take a Step Back and think about it cause if Our D keeps playing Decent and Making Teams One Dimensional and our Starters start Returning it can Happen very Easily..and I’m tellin ya right now if we make it into the playoffs this Teams got a Shot to Shock the World, Do you know why? His Name is Jameis the Kid was Born to Perform when the Lights are the Brightest and I think He would Play outta His Mind if we are in PLAYOFFS ON his Rookie Year…Think on it might make ya smile…. lol

  12. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    And…..WHAT is the Bucs record against Sanchez?

  13. TouchDownTampaBay Says:

    12-5? Really? Settle down you’re getting a little excited and your math ain’t great!

  14. MIke Johnson Says:

    Lets not carried away. Sanchez is still serviceable. And..we do have that rep for making washed ups look like all world. We will have to play all out to beat Philly. But I somehow see us as having, Seen the light..playing much better.
    our Defense is really trying to..wake up. And that’s good news. Keep playin hard Defense and we will perhaps even get to..8-8.

  15. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    The one good thing associated with our horrible reputation is that many teams look past us and we do not look past any other team.

    Of course it’s the NFL and any team looking past another is just brain dead.

    How many of you won big time picking the woeful Lions over Green Bay in Lambeau?

  16. godzilla13 Says:

    What was most impressive about the victory was that the Cowboys had rushed for 100+ yards in seven consecutive games (Buc defense only allowed a measly 42 yards) and the 216 total yards was the lowest Dallas totaled all year. Another key was that we only gave up 12 first downs, another low for the year for the girls. Not going up against Sam Bradford is huge for us next week. For a Chip Kelly offense to succeed, you must be able to run the ball. That is what our defense does best, stop the run. Ryan Mathews is actually their best RB and he left the game on Sunday with a concussion. NT Bennie Logan is a beast and Fletcher Cox is an animal. The Eagles OL has been struggling lately especially in pass blocking. Philly has won the last three times the two teams have met. The Bucs are currently the 8th seed in the playoff hunt behind Washington. Things are looking up.