“Four Seconds, Need A Touchdown”

August 2nd, 2018

Plenty of high-stress work at today’s underwear football/indoor training camp practice at One Buc Palace.

Fans in the stands may not have realized just how stressful the calls were. Dirk Koetter explained after practice that they a cluster of plays from various distances had the offense in “four seconds, need a touchdown, last play of the game” situations.

“So from an offensive standpoint, very difficult plays to score. If you noticed, the defense had a lot of players in the end zone. So those are tough situations and, you know, the defense is going to win most of those,” Koetter said.

And they did.

The Bucs are just one week from the preseason opener in Miami. More an more situational work will be phased into practice now, especially on days like this out of full pads.

6 Responses to ““Four Seconds, Need A Touchdown””

  1. Pickgrin Says:

    Evans is double teamed – but Godwin is open….

  2. Owlykat Says:

    That would have been a good opportunity to put Rojo in the backfield with a Fullback to at least make them to have to defend both the pass and the run. That is one of the reasons we did so poor in this situation last year. They knew we had no chance to run it in and put in lots more DBs and dared us to throw it, and, oh yeah, when we used our TEs or Evans they would mug our larger players and trust the refs would ignore the pass interference. When Vea is well we should let him play Fullback in front of Rojo!

  3. JimmyJack Says:

    Dirks offenses have looked lost in the one minute drill. The Atlanta game was a joke. 3 gains ate up the whole clock and only moved the ball to 50+ FG territory. Meanwhile other offenses get the same situation and have ample time to reach the endzone. Its freaking embarassing.

  4. Guzzie Says:

    Jimmyjack. ….don’t worry this staff will not be here next year guaranteed

  5. GhostofSchiano Says:

    Owlykat Says: When Vea is well we should let him play Fullback in front of Rojo!

    And please get a camera close up of the linebackers faces staring at the 350 pound mobile mountain on that play.

  6. BucEmUp Says:

    I like Dirjk but I think he’s gonna be gone as well.

    I’m just happy Licht will still be here.