Bring On The Cloud!

April 19th, 2019

“Mr. Glazer, we can get more snaps out of Vita Vea with that drone.”

Team Glazer should be making a couple of few phone calls this morning.

Joe saw this on and immediately a smile was born.

The nugget there was on how Jaguars owner Rollie Fingers  Shad Khan likes the idea of a remote-control drone serving as an artificial cloud over the Jaguars’ stadium in order to put every seat in the shade. The technology is being proposed for the corruption-riddled 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

See the cool video demonstration below:

Man, that would look great in Tampa. How many more fans would attend games if they knew they would sit in the shade? Maybe it could be cost effective? It’s a fun thought.

One could argue that would ruin the Bucs’ home-field heat advantage, but Joe would counter with, “What home field advantage?”

If Team Glazer does not want to invest in what obviously would be crazy expensive technology requiring serious insurance, perhaps they could return the covered aluminum bleachers to help the masses at training camp.

29 Responses to “Bring On The Cloud!”

  1. Todd Says:

    That worked out well for the Hindenburg!

  2. BucsBandit Says:


    They could go with some super technology called a MASSIVE TARP strung up on poles and just block the sun that way.

  3. Joe Says:

    They could go with some super technology called a MASSIVE TARP strung up on poles and just block the sun that way.

    Until the wind comes along.

  4. Mort Says:

    Until the drones run out of battery and the whole thing crashes lol

  5. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Winning is the only way to really increase attendance…..

  6. DBS Says:

    Great idea for the lawyers to think about.

  7. Dewey Selmon Says:

    This has tragedy written all over it. And wait until the hackers figure it out.

  8. JGhoti86 Says:

    @ Joe’s

    Thanks for the hard work you all put forth yesterday in keeping the draft party alive. You gentlemen are top class all the way. Now, to The Buc’n Draft Party…onward!

    I do suggest you let the group suggest group names (if we change it and we should for multiple reasons) and and Bucs Mob administration pick their top 5-10 names andthenput up a poll/vote for the group to choose and vote on.

    I think it should be simple and be what the group is all about; Bucs fans uniting as a family from all over the world to support and cheer on their team, “The Buc’n Family”

  9. Buddy Says:

    Cheap ass TEAM GLAZER would never go for it

  10. JGhoti86 Says:

    p.s. It would not let me leave a comment on the previous Draft Party post, that’s why I made the comment here (off-topic) to show my gratitude and appreciation, as I stated in my original comment.

  11. SCBucsFan Says:

    To fair to BucsBandit Joe, that things dosen’t look like it would handle wind gusts very well either

  12. JP_09 Says:

    So instead of sitting in the sun, you get to enjoy winds at x-knots with 120 degree heat blowing against you. Kinda like a big blow dryer with cat 4/5 winds, sounds exciting

  13. Larry Says:

    Cheap ass TEAM GLAZER would never go for it Obviously you were not around during the Culverhouse days!

  14. 813bucboi Says:


    i agree….

    win and fans will sit at rayjay no matter if its 100 degrees….


  15. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Or the Glazers could’ve just built a stadium with a retractable roof.

    But nah ..didn’t even cross their minds.

    It appears Jerry Jones thinks more about his fanbase.

  16. Jean Lafitte Says:

    2 teams in our own division have retractable roofs.

    Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints ..I’ve been to Falcons new digs, very nice

    the rest are:

    Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts.

    notice most are in the south

  17. Joe Says:

    2 teams in our division have retractable roofs.

    Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints

    The Superdome does not have a retractable roof. But yes, it is a dome.

  18. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Saints had a retractable stadium during Katrina. lol

  19. Clodhopper Says:

    Simpson’s predicting the future again.

  20. Bucsdelight Says:

    How awesome would that be? Right up until it malfunctioned and came crashing down. Wipe out 2 NFL teams, a stadium, and fans. Oh the lawsuits would be magnificent. No way Glazers take that risk.

  21. Crack3rK Says:

    “What home field advantage?”

    LOL! That and “Rollie Finger” almost made me spit out by PB&J on this Good Friday.

  22. BucEmUp Says:

    Yeah great idea a giant drone that can fall into tge stadium and decapitate half the fans

  23. DB55 Says:

    Joe what’s wrong with you don’t you know green technology causes cancer? Those turbines look awfully close to a windmill so that’s a big fat nope.

  24. rhenry Says:

    Don’t think that is a good idea. However, sun exposure is not your friend either. I’ve seen fans succumb to heat stroke, heart attack, skin cancer and sun burn in both Ray Jay and the old sombrero. They should have built a retractable or the very least a dome. Hell, ancient Romans had more compassion for their fans by utilizing tarps held by slaves to provide shade in the colosseum.

  25. Bird Says:

    Terminator judgement day being moved up

  26. BringBucsBack Says:

    Clodhopper, Twenty-five years ago, no less! I think Mr. Burns would make a better owner too.

  27. BigMacAttack Says:

    Worst idea ever. Lightning, thunder, torrential rain, uhhh it’s a no.

  28. Morgus the Magnificent Says:

    The Bucs need (and have needed for decades) a DOMED STADIUM.

  29. Morgus the Magnificent Says:

    Dewey, that was the unfunniest thing ever on this site.