Make Your Pick

September 28th, 2017

24-hour flash poll posted at 1:01 p.m.

14 Responses to “Make Your Pick”

  1. 813bucboi Says:

    I voted yes….we should be able to protect the house…and I support the players!!!…GO BUCS!!!

  2. D-Rome Says:

    Hate to say but I voted no. We just saw how this defense looked without Kwon Alexander and Brent Grimes. Missing Kwon and Lavonte David is too much for this defense to overcome especially without a pass rush on the edge.

  3. LakeLandBuc Says:

    No Way Jose

  4. Lamarcus Says:

    I voted not sure. Because after last game I’m not sure if they can rebound against this Giants team it’s screams let down

  5. 1Gr8Buc Says:

    Anyone catch the exchange between Dirk and Roy Cummings? Dirk seems to embarrass that guy once a week. Roy asks the dumbest questions I have ever heard a “sports reporter” ask haha.

  6. Doctor_Berto Says:

    Not with this defense

  7. Rod Munch Says:

    Missing Kwon and David is huge, but the Giants do have a truly awful offensive line so if Spence and J Smith are both back the Bucs should be able to get pressure, hopefully without blitzing, but in any case they have to get pressure. If you can pressure Eli he’ll make mistakes and won’t be able to get the ball off. If Eli has time, at all, and God forbid Grimes doesn’t play and Ryan Smith sees the field, then OBJ will have 300 yards receiving and 5 TDS… by halftime.

    I can see this going one of two ways. The Bucs defense gets pressure and this is an ugly low scoring game as Dirk just runs it up the middle on every play and tries to sit on a first quarter 3 point lead like he did all of last year. Or I could see the Bucs getting no pressure and Dirk running it up the middle and being down by 18 points in the 1st quarter.

    Hopefully I’m wrong, hopefully the offense comes out on fire, the Bucs put the Giants down early, force them to throw on every play with a terrible offensive line, and we can do to the Giants what the Vikings did last week. Good teams, at home, should win these types of games. The injuries are huge, and you can’t dismiss them, but the Bucs still have to figure out how to win this – and if it’s not with the defense, well the Glazers paid a ton of money for Dirk’s offense.

  8. BucEmUp Says:

    Not with Mr. Incompetent 2.0 as our DC…..NOT GONNA HAPPEN!!!!!!
    Im very disappointed. It seemed with the offseason talk the defense would be ran a little more aggressively but they still get beat with two different passing plays for four quarters. Pathetic

  9. Alanbucsfan Says:

    Agree with D-Rome- with no running game, defense is on field too long.
    If Jameis throws 30 passes, expect 1-2 picks

  10. GhostofSchiano Says:

    I see Mike Smith attacking this game differently than he did in Minnesota. If we can just get pressure on Eli we can take this game.

  11. Mike Johnson Says:

    Ok..your beloved Buc critic here goin out on a limb and sayin…BUCS 23 GIANTS 17 !! But Jameis is gonna have to run some..and some more.

  12. FortMyersDave Says:

    I would love to say the Bucs win big but it is so hard to trust the home team with all the injuries and the intangibles that seem to always go against Tampa. The Bucs are somehow favored by 3, I guess the NY homers are sitting on their wallets on this one but I would not be surprised if the money line at -160 Tampa drops when the Vegas wise guys pile on NY late…..

    One thing going for Tampa is that I taken the Giants in my suicide pool. I have other options available like Seattle over Indy and the ATL over Buffalo but I figure I am usually jinxed on these pools so why not throw some reverse mojo out there and let the ‘suicide pools’ Gods burn me with the Giants laying an egg……..

  13. EA Says:

    Not sure what you’re gonna get out of this team anymore, that’s what’s frustrating the fans the most.

  14. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Half the ones who voted no are actually going to hope they are right this week. Jsut because they want to complain some more.