The Week 7 Win Makes The Bucs’ Record Better, But Can The Same Be Said For Their Overall Outlook?

October 25th, 2018

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One Response to “The Week 7 Win Makes The Bucs’ Record Better, But Can The Same Be Said For Their Overall Outlook?”

  1. The Optimist Says:

    For it is I Joes, the optimist from long long ago. From a time of dark days in Bucs history. I feel your summary of the Cleveland game is being too negative, I’m mostly referring to Monday podcast and some things since.

    For starters, your not giving Cleveland enough respect: how many times have you heard, when your turnover differential is 0-4, you just don’t win that game. And yet the Bucs did.

    James Winston under fire, yet in Daily Fantasy circles, take a look and listen, Winston is considered an elite QB who is consistent enough for Cash Games.

    You came down to hard on Catanzaro too, calling Koetters desision to play for the FG a bad move considering Cats is a bad kicker. That is nonsense, not even HERE is he a Bad kicker; having made 7 of 8 before this game in which the Bucs dominated the first half and could have been up by 26. Its not like He will kick the ball wide, When Katz misses he hits the post or your blue finger gripping the remote control as it ebbs and flows INCHES off target. This guy was money for the Cards before.

    Lets let OTHER franchises fire their kickers, and coaches, and be like the successful franchise (steelers, packers) who stick by their good employees. In the clutch, he came thru. Koetter should examin analytics that say you should go for it a few time rather than kick all the time.

    And speaking of DFS, if you play, Tampa Bay is getting NO respect on defense.. no one has noticed the increased play. Even without Kwon, this defense is playing with effort, and these rookies in the secretary are going to be something by the end of the year.

    James had Bucs moving in the first half, and Cleveland with their VASTLY improved team and defense, came out with a better def game plan in the second half, But the Bucs have something the Browns do not, something we picked up in 2016, but maybe now are learning how to be its master:
    The. Bucs are learning how to WIN.