“High-Intensity, High-Powered Offense”

February 9th, 2017

Starting guard Kevin Pamphile speaks

So what next for the Bucs’ offense?

Starting left guard Kevin Pamphile addressed this and other subjects during his recent visit to the local ABC-TV studios. Video below.

Good guy Pamphile talks about his charity work and talks about his improbable journey to the NFL. Pamphile didn’t start playing football until his senior year of high school and said he “hated it” at first.

Asked about what’s next for the Bucs, the smiley Pamphile turned serious in a hurry and talked about how much improvement was made last year and how much more is to come.

7 Responses to ““High-Intensity, High-Powered Offense””

  1. DB55 Says:

    Htf we gonna field a high intensity offense with 1 WR and 3/4 of a RB? What in the actual …..

    Lmao. No weapons for Winston but we’re gonna field a high powered offense. Okay!!!!

  2. LakeLandBuc Says:

    Who says we need a “High Powered Offense” to win games?

  3. Bucs3 Says:

    What does 3/4 of a running back even mean? Did DB55 go full retard and forget the NFL has a free agency period and a draft every year lol

  4. DB55 Says:

    3/4 of a RB = quiz – rotfl

    I’m always on full retard. It’s a prerequisite for being a Bucs fan. Lmao

  5. Eric Says:

    Look at where we are on offense now. We had Evans, Jameis, Vjax, Sweezy, ASJ, Bell, Murphy, Brate, Sims, Doug, and Hump.

    We lost/never got back 5 of our starters, Sims ended up sucking as a lead back, and doug prioritized glowsticks last offseason.

    Our massive cash flow should alleviate those concerns real quick though. Our defense ironically is more stacked than the offense.

  6. 941BUC Says:

    Uhh…maybe Pamphile is referring to key players that we will pick up come FA and the Draft?maybe has heard rumors on whobthe BUCS will target in free agency and the draft since he did say,”MORE TO COME.”

  7. StPeteBucsfan Says:

    What DB55 said at the top!!! I guess you’re an imbecile like me DB55. LMAO

    Who says we need a “High Powered Offense” to win games?


    The league agrees. All the rules changes have been for two purposes both leading to the same result. First the league WANTS scoring and so they’ve rewritten many rules to facilitate the offense at the expense of the defense. Second are the safety issues which also have the effect of helping offense at the expense of defense. John Lynch was a great athlete I’m not saying he couldn’t adapt…but his game would have to be changed dramatically…no more head hunting…not even his brother in law was exempt. LOL

    Did you see all the d holding calls against the Falcons…yeah they were pretty aggressive and I’m not saying the “should” have been no calls just that back in the days when we won the SB those calls wouldn’t have been made as frequently.

    The league is screaming loud and clear…no more defensive juggernauts winning the SB…they WANT…they DEMAND…more scoring.

    Now for those who love Defense I get your upset…but it is what it is. Good for me though I LOVE offense. I want to watch #3 do his thing with some speed at the skill positions..Dalvin and Samuels baby!!! Along with Desean Jackson.