Your NFC Special Teams Player Of The Week

November 23rd, 2016


Pop the champagne!

What else can Joe say about this accomplishment that seemed unthinkable just weeks ago.

Robert Aguayo is now your NFL Special Teams Player Of The Week. Those 46-degree temperatures at Arrowhead Stadium (39 degree wind chill), and the raucous crowd, were no match for the leg of El Asesino.

Joe isn’t a champagne guy. But Joe will throw a few of these back Friday in celebration.


21 Responses to “Your NFC Special Teams Player Of The Week”

  1. Captain Buc Says:

    Good thing my wife is making gravy for Thanksgiving, because I have a lot of crow to eat.

  2. DallasBuc Says:

    Awww, all those kiddie keeks in extra point range boosted the confidence of little AguaOh,no. He even gets an award for doing exactly the bare minimum of what is expected of him. Just precious!

  3. Supersam Says:

    Very nice. Love it. Where’s the haters at now? Shhhh

  4. Cannon Says:

    This should be a great confidence booster for Aguayo, which is a positive for our team.

  5. Clodhopper Says:

    And people still don’t want to do The war chant ??!!!

  6. RealityCheck Says:

    Yea let’s ridicule our kicker for performing well. Good call Dallas. He was perfect last week, hit won from 41 yards, and we won by 2 points. Meanwhile, around the league, kickers missed extra points all day. He deserves the recognition.

  7. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    If it helps our QB and our kicker play well, I’m in favor of a war chant.

    DallasBuc, I don’t expect you to change your mind about our kicker at this point. Too soon. But I hope that if he continues to improve you will be man enough to eat crow.

    I happen to know crow is quite common in Texas.

  8. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    The important thing is that since the bye week, he has been near perfect, missing only one FG and one XP.

  9. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Which, I believe…makes him among the best kickers in the league since the bye week.

  10. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I had him on my wish list…I didn’t expect him to be picked so early, but regardless, I figured he would turn out very, very good. Where he was picked would not change that.

    He still has much to prove, but signs are looking bright.

  11. NJBucsFan Says:

    First of many!

  12. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Give the kid credit when credit is due…..this is exactly what he needs to build confidence.
    And, his draft position at this point is somewhat meaningless…

    Where are ASJ, Banks, Barron, Revis, Bowers and others we spent high draft picks on?………
    What matters is how he performs going forward.

  13. Harry M Burchardt Says:

    Maybe the Nole chant helped more than Jameis !!

  14. 813bucboi Says:

    GOOD!!!!…GO BUCS!!!!

  15. Reach87 Says:

    @tampabaybucfan & RealityCheck,

    Agree with you 1000%. Thanks for posting.

  16. Chris Says:

    Great turnaround for him. All of his kicks on Sunday were no-doubters, splitting the uprights.

  17. unbelievable Says:

    Dallas, Sunday set a record for missed FGs and extra points around the league.

    Our kicker was perfect. Just be happy for once?

  18. Hawk Says:

    Is it too early to start referring to him as “America’s Kicker”?

  19. ARGH_M8E Says:

    I almost climbed over the wall after Brindza last year at Alstott’s ring honor game. Was w to w this dude too! (Rookie growing pains early) But as you know… He’s been MONEY recently!!! Keep it up young man! Go Bucs, I say Bucs win Bucs win… They squeak one out in similar score to the KC game. 1 LAST THING – “EL ASESINO” is a bad a$$ nickname for real!!! THE ASSASIN gtfo here!!! GREAT NICKNAME!!!!!!! Haha YES!!!!!! Let’s go! This is so HUGE coming up. Thank god its not on THANKSGIVING… Ruin a perfectly good meal win or lose or draw. Save some fingernails for sunday, ya dig?✌️️😋

  20. Bucsfanman Says:

    Congrats Roberto! Keep up the good work.

  21. BringBucsBack Says:

    Hopefully the inconsistency is in the past!