Roberto Aguayo Lands In Carolina

October 25th, 2017

Roberto Aguayo has a job kicking footballs again.

A second-round pick of the Buccaneers last year, Aguayo is now a member of the Stinkin’ Panthers, who make their way to Tampa on Sunday.

Aguayo was signed to Carolina’s practice squad. The Panthers were searching for an emergency backup for kicker Graham Gano, who has had knee issues this season but hasn’t missed a game since 2012.

What a typical Bucs soap opera it would be if somehow Aguayo was activated Sunday and kicked against the Bucs.

Oh, boy. Say it ain’t so.

If so, however, Joe likes the sound of that. Aguayo handling that kind of pressure is as likely as Chris Baker registering a sack.

29 Responses to “Roberto Aguayo Lands In Carolina”

  1. Mike Johnson Says:

    My man Roberto makin the rounds. One day he’s gona kick a..winning field goal against our Bucs!

  2. Jooehelldeloxley Says:

    Joe, with former Bucs we all know what happen : they play against us and kill us ! So if Aguyo is on the field you can bet he will score a 50 yard FG giving will give the victory to the Panthers !

  3. JabooBuc Says:

    Nothing like playing against the Bucs to help jumpstart your career.

  4. Tampa Bay Tailgater Says:

    They have no intention on putting him in….they are screwing with us mentally and I applaud them!!!!

  5. '74 Bucs Fan Says:

    There is no concern about Aguyo kicking the game winner against us – since our D will have us blown-out by the end of the 1st quarter.

    On the other hand, go kick their a$$ Bucs!

  6. BucfaninMi Says:

    He’ll be an all star now!

  7. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    I swear. …….if Roberto Flamingo turns into another pro bowl caliber player after being released from the bucs again to another team



    I believe the bucs are cursed…..

  8. Not there yet Says:

    Oh my goodness this is horrible, licht has to be the most nervous guy in the building. The luck the bucs have had this year lol I would laugh so hard if he kicked a game winner against the team that drafted him. I could see that story in national news for weeks

  9. AlteredEgo Says:

    Oh this is going to be good !…..

  10. Blade Runner Says:

    Knowing our luck, Aguayo will kick a game winning 55 yard FG and will have a perfect game against the Bucs!

  11. LakeLand Says:

    Just to think, that last season we traded a 3rd and 4th pick for this Bum. And now he’s fighting for a position on the Carolina Panthers practice squad. SMH

  12. rrsrq Says:

    So AP lands in Arizona right before we play the Cards and he abuses us, Bills pick up Deonte Thompson the week of the game with the Bucs and he destroys us with 4 catches 107 yards, (Leslie Frazier’s defense gets a fumble, last laugh) and Bucs lose, PLEASE do not go for the trifecta and let Roberto do us. I forgot, the wretched PATs defense plays stellar against us, Bills score the most points they will probably score all year and Cards may not win another game.

  13. Roy T. Buford Says:

    Excellent…maybe on Sunday he can increase the points the Bucs have over the Panthers.

  14. 813bucboi Says:

    this is the type of motivation Roberto needs….SCREW THE SOB’s that drafted me in the second round, is probably on his mind….he’ll probably kick the GW sunday….lol…JK…I hope he isn’t active….GO BUCS!!!

  15. DB55 Says:

    Well he’ll have a nfl caliber st coach so yea he’ll probably do well.

  16. Phil Says:

    Why wouldn’t he be the one who wins the game. After the first game of the season everything has gone wrong. We were very lucky to get the win against the Giants.

  17. Waterboy Says:

    Lol Bucs should pluck him off their practice squad on Friday and leave the scrambling for s replacement on Saturday

  18. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    Oh boy. This could get embarrassing.

  19. Greg Says:

    He will have no pressure on him so Im sure he will be great and someone will be fired. The bucs are totally delusional on their talent on offensive and defensive line.

  20. Leather To Toe Says:

    Timing is revealing. Pick up Aguyo just before a Bucs game? Could it be they only signed him as a way to find out some intel about the Bucs? Will he be realeased and then picked up by the Saints the following week so they could do the same?

  21. unbelievable Says:

    You guys ever notice that Mike Johnson seems to root for all the ex players and ex coaches of this team? weird.

  22. ATrain Says:

    This guy couldnt kick a ball 10 ft into the side of a barn if you told him too..

  23. Bucsfanman Says:

    @ATrain- I agree. I’m not worried about Aguayo. Kelvin Benjamin vs. (insert Buc DB name here), now that’s a different story. Oh, and then there’s Cam. Maybe he’ll run into a couple of sacks for us! That’s what we are left to wish for.
    It won’t be Aguayo that beats us. IF they beat us, that is!

  24. DB55 Says:

    Funchess > Benjamin

  25. DoNUTS Says:


    You better stick with the DEF analysis, which I do like your takes on.

    Funchess has never had over 500 yards in a season wheras Benjamin is a 1000 guaranteed every year in league (minus 15 when he had knee injury). Funchess is not a good route runner.

  26. DBS Says:

    Why is anyone even talking about the Cards? There is a reason they have a problem now. Seems nobody even mentions their QB went down with a broken arm. They don’t exactly have Tom Brady as a backup.

  27. SB Says:

    If so, however, Joe likes the sound of that. Aguayo handling that kind of pressure is as likely as Chris Baker registering a sack.
    RIMSHOT FROM HEdouble Hockey sticks :_)

  28. Season Is Over Says:

    Oh, the irony.

  29. Wausa Says:

    Bucs have a way of making our former players look like hall of famer’s when they play us.