Joe Talks Mandatory Offensive Points, Appreciating Gruden, Marvin Lewis, The Latest Chucky Temperature, Falcons & More

December 18th, 2017

Big day in Bucs history and Monday Morning Joe is here for you with all kinds of angles, as Jon Gruden is unveiled tonight in the Buccaneers Ring of Honor. Monday Morning Joe is presented by Lakeland Automall Discount Garage Doors, Inc.

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9 Responses to “Joe Talks Mandatory Offensive Points, Appreciating Gruden, Marvin Lewis, The Latest Chucky Temperature, Falcons & More”

  1. DoNUTS Says:

    Can we get a poll on whether the Bucs will fire the cannons in the first half?


  2. C eh N eh D eh Says:

    32% cheering for a loss? …they aren’t true Bucs fans, that’s ridiculous…no scenario would make any fan cheer for a loss….stupid

  3. Greg Says:

    The Bucs have a chance IF… Winston has a good game without trying to do to much, IF the bucs will finally commit to Barber running the football instead of the by committee approach, IF the team plays hard for their coach knowing Chucky is in the house and fans will go nuts cheering for him if we are done by half time. Well see a lot about our team tonight on how much they want to play for Koetter. Most likely will lose game but will the heart be there?

  4. C eh N eh D eh Says:

    still a lot to play for, if they have any life left…3 wins in a row over playoff bound division rivals could possibly erase all the bad from the whole season, maybe…

  5. shooter Says:

    Gruden and Keshawn Johnson fight on sidelines.

    Gruden and Chris Sims very bad Q.B…( his boy)

    Gruden and the Caddy Williams run left..screen pass ( punt..)

    Please not again..

  6. Bucnjim Says:

    Sims was Mckay’s Boy! Gruden was responsible for McCardell, Jurevicius, Pittman, Ken Dilger etc….

  7. mark2001 Says:

    I think you are wrong on one point, Joe. The Bucs were 9-7 the year before Gruden came in, third in the division, after getting trounced by Phili in the playoffs…again…, and basically every time we played them. We didn’t have a real QB and half the Offense wasn’t starting quality.

    Would this team take work…a lot of work…to straighten out? Yes. Not saying Gruden would take the job. But to think he would feel the challenge was too great is in error. In fact, if he could get the Bucs back into the playoffs, and heaven help us, a SB or win one? HOF lock.

  8. mark2001 Says:

    C e? Erase all the bad from this season? WTF?

  9. Bob Higginbotham Says:

    Quality work as usual Steve!