Team Growing

December 7th, 2015
Bucs DT Tony McDaniel gets a paw on a Matty Ice pass yesterday. (Photo courtesy of

Bucs DT Tony McDaniel gets a paw on a Matty Ice pass yesterday. (Photo courtesy of

Too often when Tampa Bay needed to finish a game this season, it folded. It found a way to lose. Missed kicks, dropped passes, penalties, sloppy play, you name it.

Not yesterday. Missing key starters, the backups stepped up. Needing key first downs, the Bucs found a way to get them. Needing a score, the Bucs got one.

In this video featuring Olivia Stacey and Woody Cummings of the Tampa Tribune, Cummings breaks down the game for fans.

4 Responses to “Team Growing”

  1. 1nebuc Says:

    Wait until our 2015 starters become back-ups and we get some real starters on this team . When this happens this team will become a real problem for the nfl . So im not misunderstood… Alot of positions we have players that are great back-ups starting. Like DE,SS,FS,CB,SW … CANT WAIT

  2. Buccfan37 Says:

    I never did get a close up look at the Winston run that set up the winning TD. The replay on TV showed a endzone view of the play and a side view. To me, the camera’s did not get good close shots of Winston before he broke out to finish the run for the first down.

  3. LargoBuc Says:

    31 other teams can kissss it! Buccaneers all day!

  4. DavidbigBucsFan Says:

    It’s all because of the players and the players only Joe. To hear the clueless ones the head coach Lovie Smith has nothing to do with the positive things going on wih the Bucs. He who brought in Licht who helped him put together two very good drafts or had a plan to get the Famous Jameis or the one who brought in Dirk Digler Koetter who has this offense stroking along like a super endowed porn star (if you’ve seen Boogie Nights). The last two coaches were part of the problem here and slowly but surely Lovie is becoming the answer. This is where the trickle down affect is working. The only thing it isn’t working on are all the stupid penalties.