Cool Move Of The Day

July 29th, 2018

Props to DeSean Jackson

Joe has been so impressed by a lot of little things being done at training camp by DeSean Jackson. He seems like one happy Buccaneer.

Consider what happened today during practice.

The Bucs moved indoors for the final quarter of the session and Tampa Bay was in a punting/special teams period. After catching a punt and looking smooth as heck doing it, Jackson then went over to the crowd and chatted with fans as the drill was going on. See Joe’s photo above.

Joe saw Jackson engaging and smiling, and he appeared to sign an autograph. It was at least a couple of minutes. Very cool considering practice was ongoing.

Combine that with Jackson working tirelessly after practice yesterday with rookie receiver Justin Watson under the sweltering sun, and his clear eagerness to get every rep he can get, and Joe is impressed.

Jackson was a major red zone target for Ryan Fitzpatrick last season in the red zone during Fitzpatrick’s three starts, wheres Jameis Winston only threw to Jackson once in the red zone all season (snaps inside the red zone). Perhaps Jackson is extra pumped by his chemistry with Fitz and what might happen in the first three games?

Regardless, Joe’s just glad that Jackson seems happy and more comfortable than ever, versus the occasional Bucs free agent who is only here to cash a check.

15 Responses to “Cool Move Of The Day”

  1. Buddy Says:

    Oh so now you think Jackson is a good guy now Joe? Or even good for this locker room? Hahahaha laughing my arse off at that

  2. Duthsty Rhothdes Says:

    Think jackson just being a good vet, kinda feel bad he is here with all the stuff going on but great he is being positive

  3. BucThis Says:

    Helps his family was right there too

  4. Dooshlarue Says:

    DJax is probably happy he doesn’t have to eat any Ws the first 3 games.
    Instead he can just get some Ws the old fashioned way.

  5. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Jackson is set to have a career year, because he know’s he’ll hit the market next year.

  6. BucEmUp Says:

    I’m not saying it right because it’s not…..but date I say Jackson will give more effort when playing with Fitzpatrick knowing he can hit the deep ball and not suck on his W sign fingers pre game to try and hype everyone up lol?

    Jameis better pray Fitz doesn’t have a kurt Warner year with the best cast of weapons he has ever even come close enough to throw a pass tomin his long career. If by some miracle he goes 2 and 1 or 3 and 0 I would order to stick with what is working

  7. snookman Says:

    bucs are going to better than you think this year. That might mean 8-8 or 9-7 but a legit chace to win all 16 games. Last year they were competitive in 14 games

  8. Destinjohnny Says:

    Could u imagine our offense If we had a top shelf qb

  9. Godeep66 Says:

    The demeanor of the entire team will drastically improve since JW is now leading from the rear.

  10. Dapostman Says:


    I would say they weren’t competitive in 4 games.

    @ Vikings
    @ Cardinals behind 31-0 before rallying
    @ Saints
    @ Falcons

    #Get After It!

  11. BigPoppaBuc Says:

    He also muffed a punt pretty bad, but was hard on himself and caught the remaining. There was also a beautiful deep ball from JW to Jackson. The WR group is so impressive.

  12. Jeffbuc Says:

    Worst fans ever a good story about a receiver making some fans day. And there are 7 negative comments out of 11. You guys need to get a life and find something to make you happy because being a bucs fan is t working

  13. Harry in Costa Rica Says:


    Its a contest among the idiots to see who can make the nastiest comment.

    One can fairly criticize JW for his off field stuff, but to claim he should be cut, or the Bucs would be better off without him verifies the person saying this is beyond stupid.

  14. teacherman777 Says:

    Future Hall of Famer!

    He’s gonna have all kinds of records when he retires!

    King Cheetah!

  15. Pete Mitchell Says:

    I’ve been super impressed with Jackson’s professionalism since he became a NYC. You’ve got to think that last year was difficult for him as the losses piled up but I thought he did a great job of trying to bring a stable veteran presence to the team.