What Jameis Wants…

March 27th, 2017

Friend of Jameis enough for Bucs?

We all have heard the saying, “What Jameis wants, Jameis gets.” And to a large degree that is true.

Jameis was a happy camper when the Bucs hired Dirk Koetter to run the team. Jameis wanted DeSean Jackson. And, Jameis lobbied for an indoor practice facility and word is that is coming.

(No, Joe has zero update on this. The last Joe heard — straight from the mouth of Team Glazer at the March 2016 owners meetings — was the facility was coming but no groundbreaking date had been released. Perhaps Team Glazer will have an update for Joe tomorrow in Phoenix? Frankly, this subject is so down Joe’s list of priorities, not only is it not a back-burner subject, it’s not even in the kitchen. Ranks right up there with what color scheme Team Glazer will choose for their office carpet at One Buc Palace.)

So will the Bucs take a wide receiver from South Florida because Jameis wants him?

St. Petersburg’s Rodney Adams is an intimate of Jameis. When Jameis works out in the offseason, Adams is often with Jameis. So the two are tight.

Jenna Laine of ESPN noted recently that while the Bucs were checking out Adams at USF’s recent pro day.

There is no official Bucs visit scheduled for Adams. And it’s unnecessary. Given NFL rules, teams can visit with “metropolitan” players as often as they like — those who play or are from the same metropolitan area where a team is located.

Laine noted Jameis has made his voice clear with Koetter that he has a rapport with Adams.

The question is, do Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht and Koetter have the same opinion of Adams that Jameis may have?

85 Responses to “What Jameis Wants…”

  1. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    No excuse for not having an indoor facility aside from the glazers slingin around pennies like they are manhole covers, until they get in the midset like arthur blank or kraft and start getting this team out of the dumpster to a playoff team from top to bottom within the organization

  2. DB55 Says:

    I disagree with Joe the practice facility, it should be priority number 1.

    HS coaches used to laugh off the heat too until kids started dying on the field.

    Take care of the players. Certainly if you can upgrade luxury suites and video boards in one offseason you can build a practice facility. But that tells us where the Glaziers priorities are at. Ijs.

  3. Bryan Says:

    We need some Highlights!

  4. Bryan Says:


    Go Bulls!

  5. gotbbucs Says:

    Basically there is just butt loads of talent in this draft. Smart teams will be capable of finding impact players all the way to the 4th-5th round. RB is deep, WR is deep, pass rusher is deep, safety is deep, CB is deep. There’s really no excuse for not finding guys in the first 4 rounds that can see time on the field as rookies.

  6. Fred E. Buc Says:

    Dusthyty…you have no idea what you are talking about. They owners are have spent nearly $80 million (without obligation) on RayJay upgrades alone in the past three years to the taxpayers’ $27 million spending (legally obligated for maintenance) for over $110M on the stadium; they also bought One Buc on their own dime when the taxpayers were legally bound to buy that too. Of course, we almost lost the Bucs (and any chance of Superbowls or other big draws) to Cleveland because fans weren’t filling up the old stadium and when the owners said build a stadium, they offered to pay for half if Tampa Bay could guarantee 50K season tickets. We just wouldn’t do it. While our metro area isn’t the size of NY or CHI (who draw huge crowds, win or lose) it’s pretty pathetic we got less than 40K for an NFL game. In ATL, the taxpayers are paying for almost half of their new stadium…which to me is reasonable. You are completely ignorant in your assessment of the Bucs owners “penny slinging” and “starting get this team out of the dumpster.” Not sure where you have been the past three to four years (clearly not paying attention) but they’re spending big. What rich owner in his right mind would come in a buy a new $220 million stadium for small metro area that doesn’t support the team, that barely fills it halfway? So the deadbeats have tried to skew the facts of the past two decades…

    Bottom line is we do pretty well to keep our team here, and the owners are pivotal in our community beyond football. We are lucky they kept the Bucs here. Of course, the CHI, NE, DAL, BAL, PIT fans who flocked down here for a better life don’t like it because it keeps their teams off the tube on Sundays…but tough.

    You are welcome to go back to the north or move to ATL if you think paying $600 million is somehow a better deal. Maybe you expect a free ride in life? Maybe you haven’t been to game in years at RayJay…or ever. Just get the facts straight.

  7. Tnew Says:

    Gotbbucs. I see it the same way. I’m not typically a “pick acquisition” guy but I would be all for Licht figuring out how to turn our first 4 picks into 6 picks in the first four rounds. This is not a top heavy draft. This is deep with impact players This is a draft teams are built on.

  8. bucsfaninchina Says:

    USF superfan mix:

  9. NJBucsFan Says:

    Didn’t Jameis lobby for Roberto?

  10. Fred E. Buc Says:

    The Bucs have indeed been working a practice facility. You are talking about bulding an aircraft hanger size building right off a residentail area. The EPA impact statements, zoning, and, aviation, etc issues are ridiculous red tape. It was just last year late that the County settled the debacle over having to buy One Buc as agreed to in the 90s in the first place. So I’d bet within two years, we’ll have the logical solution…and indoor practice facility owned by the Bucs.

  11. Joe Says:

    Take care of the players.

    Koetter babied the players last year and look at all the injuries. The Bucs won a Super Bowl without an indoor facility. So there is zero compelling data the Bucs need an indoor facility to win.

    What the Bucs do need is a running back. And an edge rush. 🙂

  12. Broy34 Says:

    Yeaaah Roberto is a kcijer…

  13. Broy34 Says:

    Yeaaah Roberto is a kicker…

  14. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Fred thanks for alowing me the choice to move, gracious of you, maybe I can join the circus where you are employed as a clown, the gators got a practice facility built in 6 months 2 years ago, the bucs have had that palace over there for over 10 years, the bucs are not an elite run franchise, so you do some homework fred…let me lighten you up on some facts that support the bucs being a 2nd rate franchise: raheem, schiano and lovie = 8 years no playoffs, that is called mis-management in today’s NFL…its the little things that make teams better and winning organization…and the taxpayers of tampa own ray jay soo there is that, bucs owners have to spend or get taxed, and again…mismangement has led to horrible spending and that has equaled ZERO playoff wins

  15. DB55 Says:

    The Bucs won a Super Bowl without an indoor facility.
    You too predictable my friend. I’m surprised you didn’t put this in the article. Luv you though.

    You’ll never convince me that the heat is a benefit. The sun is literally a killa like literally.

  16. Ben the Ga Buc Says:

    Would love to see it. Adams is a burner. He wasn’t asked to run a whole lot of designed routes at USF, he’s mainly a WR screen/bubble screen/jet sweep type of player but that could fit in pretty nicely to Koetter’s offense.

  17. DB55 Says:


    Does it hurt to be that savage? Fred E. just took an L to the face. 🔥 🔥 🔥

  18. Kevinthepainterimagine Says:

    Practice facility is huge….saving that kind of energy yhrough the week helps more than many know. Go work outside all week and see how you feel come the weekend.

    I would expect them to do a giant metal building insulated which should take no time to construct. They need to get it finished by training camp and stop screwing around

  19. R.O. Says:

    No excuse other than we haven’t had one for 40 years and dont really need it. Want and Need are 2 different things.

  20. Fred E. Buc Says:

    Dusthty…There are 32 NFL teams in the world. What do you contribute to a single one of them? Just curious.

    Basically, half of the teams are losing teams every year by the math. You do remember the tough times of teams like the Falcons or Patriots to go with their heyday?

    9-7, trending up. I hope your clothes are newer than your knowledge!

    Your flight leaves at 5pm. See ya!

  21. Joe Says:



    Koetter babied the players last year. Limited their time in the sun. Had night walk-throughs, morning practices and had them practicing under a circus tent at times. Yet the team was riddled with injuries.

    At least last year, one cannot claim easier/less practices in the sun was beneficial. Team had less injuries when they slaved away in the heat.

  22. Eric Says:

    Those cheerleaders really liked that play.

  23. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Raiders to Vegas!

  24. Bobby M. Says:

    Would take Adams over Mack as the better playmaker. Adams made a very inaccurate QB look good similar to Evans catching jump balls from Manziel in college

  25. ARGH_M8E Says:

    Can’t wait till we get to visit the LV Raiders and whoop that A$$ like it’s 03′

  26. JK Says:

    The reason the Gators needed their facility was not the Sun, it was that Florida afternoon rain. I imagine this would be the similar situation with the Bucs. The rain affects your ability to practice.

  27. TampaTown Says:

    Speaking of updates, Joe any news on Noah Spence? Also was really hoping for any news on Steve Duemig. #Dogstrong

  28. Capt.Tim Says:

    Joe Says:
    March 27th, 2017 at 1:58 pm


    “Koetter babied the players last year. Limited their time in the sun. Had night walk-throughs, morning practices and had them practicing under a circus tent at times. Yet the team was riddled with injuries.”

    And first winning record in years!
    Direct correlation to our point.
    Having an indoir facility wont lessen injuries. Thats rediculious.
    What it will do, is not drain and dehydrate our players- so that they can compete on Sundays
    Koetter already knew that. Smart guy.
    Glazers( and Joe) gotta wise up!

    More importantly- its the first thing Jameis asked for, when he got here!
    What Jameis wants gets!!
    FSU has indoor facility, so does Florida, Miami.
    Damn near every college.

    Like having weapons for Jameis, why the hell are we still talking anout this.
    Glazers need to get off their ass- and get this done!!
    Could be ACed up, and ready to go by traing camp

    I could point out the practice time we missed due to weather. Or practices moved 40 minutes away to an ill equiped Baseball field.
    But no . No!
    Glazers- get her done!! It will get you that much closer to holding that Lombardi!

  29. FuNkYxMuNkEy Says:

    Pass…tiny lil hands and 5 fumbles on 90 touches lol no thanks. A drop machine is something we don’t need. Plenty of better options in the draft.

  30. DB55 Says:

    Exactly more injuries but more wins. More wins in 1 year than past 2-3 combined (close enough). Keep pushing that narrative Joe I know the Glaziers appreciate it.

  31. Patrickbucs Says:


    I’m pretty sure that’s e most recent CBA said every NFL team without a recent renovation or a new stadium had to put around $100 million of upgrades into it. The Glazers inexplicably raised season tickets pricing just thereafter.

    I’ve had season tickets since Ray Jay opened as a younger pup. If you are saying that the Bucs regularly get under 40k in attendance you may want to do some research on that. Once the Glazers cleaned house there were some poor attendance without a doubt but that was over a few year period not since it opened in 98.

  32. FuNkYxMuNkEy Says:

    We 100% need an indoor practice facility. Practice outdoors in the morning and indoors during the afternoon. Not overexerting our guys, we would be keeping them fresher come December and January. All of that adds up and who knows maybe we wouldn’t have choked it up at the end of the year if they were handled better. I personally have no clue but common sense says you should have an indoor complex as well if your that close to the equator

  33. FuNkYxMuNkEy Says:

    In 2014 our home attendance ranked 29th in the league at 59,659 per game.

    2015 we were 26th in the league at 61,560

    2016 we were 28th in the league at 60,624

    Courtesy of bspn.com. that took 30 seconds to figure out. Do your research people or just keep looking like fools lol

  34. Joe Says:


    No updates on either.

  35. MTM Says:

    The indoor practice facility is a huge issue. Less heat equals more reps. More reps equals a higher level of play. Get it done.

  36. Joe Says:

    Gators needed their facility was not the Sun, it was that Florida afternoon rain.

    Not so much the rain but the lightning. You can (and should) practice through rain. Can’t with lightning.

    Also, they had to keep up with Joneses. Or to be more specific, Saban and Fisher.

  37. Stanglassman Says:

    Adams was considered a 6-7 or FA in February but after his forty time (4.4)at the combine his stock has gone up dramatically. Could the Bucs wait til the 4 or risk waiting til the 5 rd for him?

  38. Ben Says:

    Didnt Jameis lobby for Aguayo…..ya that didnt work out. Jameis needs to stay out of the draft room and focus on the film room.

  39. bucfamous Says:

    I’m sorry, but if you don’t see the value of an indoor practice field in a state known for an immense amount of rain and lightening then you are a moron.

    The area is also known for an immense amount of lightening—use logic folks. It just makes sense.

  40. Buccfan37 Says:

    Rodney helped the Bulls to their best record, so there’s that. If he is not drafted, Winston might get him in the building. I would like that.

  41. DoNUTS Says:

    CBA forced owners to invest in their stadiums; Glazers didnt do it willingly. Glazers got the last of the FREE stadiums through the CITS program.


  42. 813bucboi Says:

    @ben…I agree….players play…..GO BUCS!!!!

  43. Lord Cornelius Says:

    R1-trade back to 26 with SEA for extra 3rd; trade back again to top of 2nd with CLE for another 3rd

    R2-1-Budda Baker FS
    R2-19-Jordan Willis DE
    R3-early (via Browns)-Chris Godwin / Juju Smith Schuster / Curtis Samuel / Carlos Henderson – WR
    R3-19 – Samaje Perine / Donta Foreman / Kareem Hunt – RB
    R3-late (Seahawks) – BPA big body TE or C or OT or CB
    R4- BPA big body TE or C or OT or CB
    R5 – BPA big body TE or C or OT or CB
    R6-Shelton Gibson WR/KR (unless we got Henderson – still would want another WR tho)
    R7-Freddie Stevenson

    Can you guys tell I’m losing it?!

  44. Fred E. Buc Says:

    DoNuts…I am talking about the recent renovations. Your link talks about building the new RayJay and your article is from 2001. Not seeing your point. However, I reassert that YES, the Glazers did put $80 million of their own money into it..voluntarily. There was NO obligation to do so.

  45. Bucomatic Says:

    We need the Indoor practice facility. The Glaziers do not need new carpet for the offices.

  46. Fred E. Buc Says:

    PatrickBucs…The less than 40K attending I was talking about was in the old days of Tampa Stadium, before and when when the team was up for sale…and the Glazers bought it. They were considering moving it due to lack of support. If you are talking about the 2011 CBA, my understanding is that has certain criteria for TV renenue going to renovations etc, but the Glazers don’t own the stadium. The City/County was on the hook for about $23M in renovations and we’d have gotten updated versions of the same size old video boards. The Glazers were not obligated for the $80 million in surround sound, new concessions, six HD boards. Their whole pitch in 2015 was if we put about $27 million vice $23 million already obligated by earlier agreements not with the Glazers they up the rest…plus forigve debe owed to the Bucs for One Buc. I expect our next stadium in about 15 years will be a 40-60 split between non-Bucs (taxpayers and businesses) and Bucs organization.

  47. Joeypoppems Says:

    If they draft a second WR (Adams is projected a Day 3 pick. I’m assuming they take a WR earlier than that) I really hope they consider Mack Hollins.

  48. Bob in valrico Says:

    Agree with Ben and Bucboi.We have a scouting staff in place to evaluate talent and decisions are made with multiple imputs, not just Jameis’s.Let the scouting department and Licht build the team,it’s what they are paid for.

  49. Fred E. Buc Says:

    PatrickBucs…also, yes, the Bucs raised prices the last two years on most tickets…after going I believe 8 years with no price increases. There are stil no contracts which is a good deal, and no restrictions on resales. Try that with the Patriots…and Bucs best in customer service again this past year. No, I don’t work for them but I’m a fan, have been to numerous other NFL venues, and NONE have the gameday experience the Bucs have…off the field. And on-field it’s catching up. For the record, ATL had the worst of all places, with DET next worst, then BUF, then ARI, and HOU…where HOU and ARI were pretty good, but not as good as what the Bucs put on. Back to my point, yeah, the owners are billionaires but also, ain’t nothing free, and only an ignorant person would make a bold statement that the Bucs aren’t spending in past several years.

  50. DB55 Says:


    I’ll leave this here for you http://www.tampabay.com/news/localgovernment/raymond-james-stadium-renovation-deal-a-mixed-bag-for-hillsborough/2258736

    Take note Miami owner spent 400mil of his own money for renovations.

  51. Fred E. Buc Says:

    @ FuNkYxMuNkEy, Where I talked about getting less than 40K for an NFL game and why should the Glazers buy us a stadium when the history showed we didn’t support the team…just a couple of snapshots. Yes, I’m fully aware attendance is on the rise now, and for good reason.


  52. Dirtybuc Says:

    I would say if he is around in 6 take him but not before fumble problems and limited experience in pro offense

  53. Fred E. Buc Says:

    DB55…thanks for the link and info…the “Joe Robby” was in such bad shape and it was ten years older than the RayJay…and if you see it now, looks like a Titanic being constructed..and I’m betting you’re still no closer than 90 feet to anything on the field. The sun shade was a huge cost and needed moreso than here. Not sure if you have been to RayJay last year, but it was pretty sweet and the clubs are being renovated now for those who partake there. Not sure what else we’d want in a stadium. Football is for outside too! But I fully expect with the times, it will be 50-50/40-60 split for the next stadium, probably about 2032 or so. My points from the onset here was: 1. The Bucs owners are spending–not correct to say they aren’t; and 2. For years leading up to their purchase of team, our attendance/support for the team stunk…and they could have easily justified moving them to Cleveland. So we should be pretty happy with how things are going.

  54. DoNUTS Says:

    Thank you…I am working at moment and couldnt research this properly to show Fred why he is wrong about this issue.

    Yes, I read the same thing about Ross but it is $500 million now. Glazers have spent 27 Million on the stadium in the past 15 years. Woopee Doo! Yeah great owners that really are ethical and stand behind the city. I would not be so offended if they would have spent it on FA big player signings but we know how that went..to the UK.

    I still love the Bucs regardless of the cheap owners.


  55. Buccaneers Says:

    I don’t know. I heard Jamie’s lobby for several players that got drafted by other teams.Think he just blurts stuff out sometimes cause he like to listen to himself outside of the huddle.

  56. Make America Brate Again Says:

    As a USF alumni and fan, I’m not entirely sold on Rodney Adams in the NFl. He is very skinny and has drop issues. However if he’s there in the fifth or sixth round, take him!

  57. Patrickbucs Says:


    Believe me Ross asked for it countless times from the county. it didn’t help that he donated $200 million to U of M around that time. He has the Ross School of Business up there. It wasn’t there years ago when I attended. Also they were fleeced by the Marlins and their owner. He will make it back without any issues. I went last year, it was still hot:)

  58. DB55 Says:


    I went to the ATL game, left at halftime. I do not enjoy the stadium experience I just don’t like people! prefer to watch from home. Plus I worked at the stadium for years during their heyday.

    Spin it how you want but imo the Glaziers ain’t chit. Cheap, losing, losers unlike their dad who was awesome!

  59. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I think a new stadium is more important, one with a dome that can be opened.

  60. duthsty rhothdes Says:

    Fred Glazer…. we should just be “happy with a football team” Cmon man go polish up your 4th place trophies then burn them, I want a perennial playoff super bowl contender, which glazer are you? im yer pops malcolm got a ring but you all are responsible for the past 8/9 years, build a friggin indoor facility, cool you pimped hillsboroughs stadium so the monster truck revenue fills your pockets, now get a superbowl title… 4th place trophies lose their luster when there are only 4 teams

  61. DB55 Says:


    Imagine being in full pads all day? I made it to one practice last year and security tried to move me to the “general seating”, he11 to the naw. Them mofos stink like a$$. Lmao.

    Idk why this is an arguement I bet not one of youz drives without AC during the summer but it’s okay to let our STAR athletes to practice in that heat. Come on man!

  62. DoNUTS Says:

    Malcolm was the sole reason the Glazers made money….lots of it mostly in Pharma. What have his Sons done? I mean the Glazer kids museum (2010) that cost $20 Million is like $10 dollars to us….is great and all but what else have they done around here? I mean look at them compared to Vinik and what he has done for downtown/channelside area in the past 5 years. I mean the Glazer family that has valued at 6 BILLION dollars ….could move mountains but hell they dont even keep the roads around the stadium in good shape. Show me the proof they care about this town and want to invest in it. Where is it? When the Glazers invest money in this town they ALWAYS have a motive; for example they wanted the Super Bowl since they would get all the revenue and spent $27 million in stadium upgrades where as the SA spent $57 million. Its all right there in the article DB posted.

  63. Jp09 Says:

    What’s up JBF, thought I’d throw this out there, long time reader first time poster, so many routes this we can go in the draft, I’d like to see it play out this way!!
    RD1 (trade down)Curtis Samuel RB/WR Ohio State
    RD2 Justin Evans S Texas A&M
    RD3 KD Cannon WR Baylor
    RD4 Sidney Rice CB Washington
    RD4 James Conor RB Pittsburgh
    RD5 Tedric Thomson S Colorado
    RD6 Ryan Glasgow DT Michigan
    RD7 Kareem Are G Florida State

  64. Buc1987 Says:

    Lord Cornelius….fun huh?

    lol Need the indoor facility for lightening and such.

  65. Buccaneers Says:

    You could write a novel on all the misyakes the Glazers have made with this team.

  66. Buc1987 Says:

    I don’t think the fans are very happy with the Glazers.

    Perhaps there’s another Culverhouse out there willing to buy our team…

  67. Buccaneers Says:

    As long as the Bucs keep winning I think we will be alright.

    The only thing that worries me is if we start losing and those idiot Glazers are to try and fix it themselves.

  68. Bucballbaby84 Says:

    You wouldn’t have no bucs team if it wasn’t for the glazers. They’re the only reason there is still a football team in Tampa bay. Smh

  69. Boise Buc Says:

    The obvious advantage of drafting him would be our ability to re-implement the Ben’d Around play. I’ve missed it!

  70. SOEbuc Says:

    I distinctively remember watching one of the Glazer brothers on buccaneers.com at the end of last year saying about to break ground on an indoor facility that would be ready by this year. I thought I hadn’t heard anything because it was just obvious to everyone that we would have one by this year. Lying SOBs.

  71. Fred E. Buc Says:

    Duthsty Kapernick…have it your way. Show me a “perrenial winner.” All teams have their stretches. It’s pretty clear you are fair weather and ignorant in general. But all have a right to their opinion. Try to get a window seat.

  72. Buccaneer scotty Says:

    Would love a dome that could be opened ! Sitting in the heat is brutal! I pour concrete all week long the last thing I want to do is bake my ass off at a game! But I don’t see it anytime soon.

  73. Buccaneer scotty Says:

    You could have Raiders owners or the Browns or the Redskins Jets Exedra

  74. Buc1987 Says:

    Git em Scotty.

  75. Duke Says:


    I’m not picking one side or the other in your debate.
    I will point out the fact that all NFL are not equal in terms of financial liquidity.
    My only contention with your post is the reference to the Hard Rock Stadium. You should go and see first hand the game day experience. They have taken it to another level entirely. And
    to your point concerning distance from the field, they have solved that issue. Personally, I would love to see the Bucs have an upgrade that is half as comprehensive and fan oriented as has already been done to the Hard Rock.

  76. Buccfan37 Says:

    When the Bucs were lousy, mostly in the early seasons, tickets could be had for under five bucks. Those somehow were the good old days. Could even smoke weed, cigars and cigs in the seats back then. Space to kickback and sprawl.

  77. DB55 Says:


    After halftime you could get in for free at the old sombrero.

  78. DoNUTS Says:


    Hardrock type stadium would cost money and we could not triple our investment…not happening…sorry.

    Team Glazer

  79. duthsty rhothdes Says:

    Fred Glazer loved the Kaepernick reference, figured you for a san fran guy, winners dont make excuses they get it done, your glazer ppl need to build the facility before they beg for a new stadium

  80. USFBUC Says:

    A stadium with a roof sounds nice getting baked when I go to the games has always sucked. Even just a sunshade that keeps the seats and the sidelines shaded would be nice.

    I agree the team should have an indoor facility. Working all day under the sun takes it out of you. Hell I’m exhausted after drinking beer all day in the sun so I can’t imagine playing football all day in it.

  81. DoNUTS Says:

    Josh Gordon appears to be in top shape/healthy again and rumor has it will be released by Browns when NFL reinstates him. Imagine if #3 could turn this guy around by providing him with a good environment. Is he worth the risk?



  82. Fran Smith Says:

    Dalvin Cook should be first priority

  83. BucsFan76 Says:

    smh at people who rip owners of any team for only giving tens of millions they are not required to give. All of our local team owners are great, and Vinik is just an outlyer any city would want. But yes, even he has motives. Do you think he is just wanting to give his riches away without satifying something from himself? Don’t be stupid. All have motives in generosity, and that is fine. Doesn’t make people bad. Locally, we’d not have the Bucs were it not for the Glazers taking a risk to keep the team here when they could have been in Cleveland while the iron was hot…and they stayed due to the pleas of the locals…fans and politicians. You can argue were it not for the Bucs, Tampa was not even on the map for consideration for Lightning or Rays and Bulls may still not have a football team. We’d definitely not get conventions and concerts and super bowls…and oh yeah, attract business and jobs. But evident by the comments, Tampa is full of a bunch of dumbazz transplants who are part of the new entitlement crowd. The comment about the Glazers not fixing the road is a hoot…even though Dale Mabry, Himes, etc are actually in pretty good shape anyway. These are losers all over our fair city that want free this, free that. Gripe gripe gripe, and never offer a thing… just glad we have our Bucs and hope they win for a while.

  84. daveman Says:

    Adams could turn out to be a very good player. If in his workouts he shows ability to be a good route runner, he would be worthy of a 3rd-4th round pick because his speed and elusiveness are pretty good. And he may well be a good route runner because Flowers (USF QB) I think maybe completed 5 slants or outs in his entire career. The USF offense was basically deep routes + bubble screens + scramble plays + spread running game. It was a QB limitation.

  85. Duke Says:


    Lol, Hilarious. Well done!