“He’s Gonna Be Lickin’ His Chops”

November 6th, 2015

lovie 1110bSo which quarterback will salivate more while looking at the opposing defense on Sunday, Eli Manning or America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston?

Former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn and prickly Pete Prisco say Jameis will be that guy. Both said, “He’s gonna be lickin’ his chops,” in the CBS video breakdown below.

However, Pricso, Quinn and former linebackers coach and Jets personnel chief Pat Kirwan all pick the Giants to beat the Bucs. Kirwan and Prisco even predict comfortable victories.

The Bucs sure will shake up the national landscape if they can knock off the Giants.

13 Responses to ““He’s Gonna Be Lickin’ His Chops””

  1. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    The Giants are beatable but so are we. It’s the freaking NFL.

    I love the progress Fameis has made and believe he’s the franchise QB we’ve been looking to find. Don’t know that I agree with 87 that we’ll win an SB in 3 years but I do believe we’ll be at least competitive enough to win one in 3 years.

    But as far as Sunday one QB is a rookie in his 8th game still learning his trade.
    The other is a veteran with two SB wins to his credit.

    Perhaps another interesting question is which defense is licking it’s chops?

  2. Defense Rules Says:

    @StPeteBucsFan … “Perhaps another interesting question is which defense is licking it’s chops?”

    Interesting question, but both seem to be playing scared right now and are afraid of making any really big mistakes. And that’s exactly when the really big mistakes happen.

    Bucs don’t have all the horses that they need, but neither do the Giants. Both have decent offenses, so I get the feeling that whichever defense play loose and rise to the occasion will determine the game’s outcome. Still think that the Bucs will win by a FG or thereabouts.

  3. Buccfan37 Says:

    I forgot to mention that this game is a freaking huge opportunity for the Bucs to reach .500 at home. That’s what this game is about, winning half of your games halfway through the season.

  4. Ben the GA Buc Says:

    Just tells you they believe the Bucs defense is worse than the Giants.

  5. OneLove Says:

    StPeteBucsFan Says:
    November 6th, 2015 at 11:04 am
    The Giants are beatable but so are we. It’s the freaking NFL.

    Any Given Sunday Babe! Let’s GO BUCS!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

  6. Tampa Tony Says:

    I’d be shocked if Loser Lovie’s d can force a punt

  7. AC Says:

    McCoy and fellow DLineman need to hit Eli early and often.. get that ugly look on his face when he is about to get hit and scare him for the rest of the game so he can do what he normally does when he is under pressure THROW PICKS!. I believe we can win this one its 50/50 like all games but with Jameis at the helm I am alot more optimistic than previous years. Defense definitely has to step up tho hopefully they do and we take this W and start a winning streak

  8. Newbucsfan Says:

    how are people picking the Bucs who are playing Evans, no ASJ, and rookie TE, and two WR from the practice squad. Against Eli throwing to Beckam Jr., and a bunch of studs. It would be different if Winston was throwing to vjax, evans, murphy, and asj

  9. mac Says:

    I’m sure Winston will have a fine game but Eli Manning is going to throw for as many yards as he wants to and as many touch downs as possessions…. The only thing worse than ourpass rush is our pass defense…

  10. Couch Fan Says:

    If we come out pumped up and energized like last game, we can win. But if we come out flat and lathergic, like we usually do, we will lose. Would sure be nice to see back to back wins and a .500 record for the first time in what feels like forever. Can Imcompetent Lovie pull and his Defense show up?

  11. BucFan20 Says:

    One team Has Lovie as it.s defense coach. Can’t get to the QB. Can’t cover a receiver and loves to give up points and big leads. A Bucs 42 point lead won’t be safe!!

  12. Wes Says:

    These guys are against the bucs every single week. I couldn’t believe it when they were destroying the Redskins and still chose them to win. I couldn’t believe it even more that they were right!

  13. godzilla13 Says:

    No one is really taking notice how well the defense is actually playing. Akeem Spence is a perfect example of someone who is performing at a level we have yet to see him play. The speed in which he is getting off he snap is unreal. Howard Jones has the look of a special player. No one noticed the play before the final 4th down overtime play in Atlanta. It was 3rd down and Jones got to Ryan, who fumbled the ball, which was recovered by Freeman. Jones grabbed Ryan by one hand, knocked the ball out with the other, then slammed Ryan, head first to the turf. Anyone else notice the coverage on that last Dixie Chick series? Alterraun Verner, Johnthan Banks and Mike Jenkins had their receivers blanketed. Yes, even Mike Jenkins. This defense is not as bad as everyone thinks. The Giants are going to find out.

    Tampa Bay has no business being picked to win this game. To many injuries, to soft of a schedule, Lovie can’t coach, secondary can’t cover and GMC is not a leader. This is why we will win.