VIDEO: Sack! When A Completion Is Not Real

August 5th, 2016
Edge talent

Edge talent

Ahh, the untold story of training camp. The fine line between a completion and a phony play fueled by defensive players not permitted drill a quarterback.

And this is why Joe shoots video, to learn more about what’s really happening.

With that, Joe presents Noah Spence off the right edge in the video below. He beats Donovan Smith cleanly and pulls up on America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, as a throw is rifled to Cameron Brate sandwiched by defenders in the end zone. Spence has been impressive.

15 Responses to “VIDEO: Sack! When A Completion Is Not Real”

  1. Pawel Says:

    Funny thing is he did that always against Smith in college when Spence played for Ohio and they went against each other. Spence knows him well.

  2. Mojiska Says:

    Very good inside move. What I’m excited about with Spence is that he seems to have a good amount of rush moves. Most edge guys have 1-2 good moves when entering the pros, but he seems to have worked hard to expand his toolbox while in college.

  3. Nole on Sat.-Bucc on Sun. Says:

    Kwon/Spawn/VH3.. Future so bright wit these defensive triplets. Eventual bullies of the entire league. Buccs fans will soon be so arrogant.

  4. Lord Cornelius Says:

    I’m not sure i could even count to 2 from snap to Spence getting there.

    I live in Denver and that was Von Miller like speed to the QB

  5. Pickgrin Says:

    That would have been a sack-fumble as likely as not.

    Show the world you can make some noise in your rookie season Noah.

    Talk to Jameis and Kwon – they know a little something about that.

  6. HIRE JIMBO Says:

    Lol. I couldn’t see any of the move that he made. Very untimely zoom joe.

  7. chromolly Says:

    Despite the mans past mistakes,spawn seems like a good bright and humble man! Bucs struck gold with this guy….As much as I hate to say it because I have been dead wrong the last 10 years,the bucs seem to be on the cusp of being exciting! (minus the year McClown was our q.b,anyone could see that disaster before it started)

  8. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Finally an inside move from a Buccaneer defensive end! Im setting the over/under on Noah Spence rookie sack total at 6.

  9. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Good News….Good News & Bad News

    Always the case when you play yourself.

    Good News…….Spence gets to Jameis
    Good News…….Jameis completes a pass to Brate
    Bad News………Spence beats Smith

  10. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    He wasn’t exactly going against a blocker who could fight him. It’s pretty, but nothing more.

    Still, it’s not a negative. More of a positive.

  11. James Walker Says:

    That kid is quick! If the bucs can continue finding players that are good people, who just made youthful mistakes and wont repeat them, and get them further down in the draft we are going to be a top team in 3 years.

  12. DemBoyzFromDaBay727 Says:

    Poor D.Smith is like WTF NOW I gotta go against this guy in practice every day…lol in the end it will only make Smith better because Spence is the type of player that Donovan struggles against.

  13. Rrsrq Says:

    Jameis, breaks that tackle and still completes the pass

  14. dislocatedbucsfan Says:

    D. Smith got absolutely killed inside… I believe that he is the largest hole we have on the line. Makes me wonder how Dotson would do if he slid left and Gos filled the RT duties.

  15. dislocatedbucsfan Says:

    @ Lord Cornelius
    Had a timer handy ( currently taking Physics) I got him at 2.37 seconds to hands on Jameis. Crazy speed. Can’t wait to see it on a different color jersey.