Keeping Jameis Upright

September 15th, 2019

Help up front.

Generally, give a quarterback time to throw and good things happen.

And so it was Thursday night when the much-maligned Bucs front line, kept America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, reasonably clean. Jameis had three sacks (but absorbed nine quarterback hits). It was good enough, but keep in mind Jameis only threw 25 times.

It was for this reason, types Alaa Abdeldaiem of theMMQB.com, the Bucs were able to beat the Stinking Panthers.

For three and a half quarters, no one on Carolina’s defense seemed to phase him with a rush. Only Brian Burns was able to get to Winston in the first half, bringing him down for a seven-yard loss. The Panthers’ rush almost got to Winston again in the third quarter before letting the fifth-year quarterback escape to his left and find Chris Godwin for a 24-yard strike.

So what does this tell Joe? The offensive line didn’t just open holes in the interior for Bucs running backs, they were doing a fair job of keeping heat off Jameis.

For those scoring at home (nice!), Stinking Panthers stud defensive tackle Gerald McCoy had four tackles, one tackle for loss, one quarterback hit and a [email protected] unnecessary roughness penalty that helped the Bucs score a touchdown.

95 Responses to “Keeping Jameis Upright”

  1. BigPoppaBuc Says:

    Love seeing 93 on the turf in a panthers uni… Just love it.

  2. NOSBOS Says:

    Best way to keep him upright. #Run The dam Football. 2014 the seahawks won the chip and kept young Russell upright by running the ball a whopping 525x. That along with a nasty defense made winning it all easy.

  3. NOSBOS Says:

    And thanks for this one Joe, what’s wit these clowns down talking the play of the O line. They mauling and ballin. JW took sacks week 1 to my eye because be was holding it waaayy too long. Not poor O line play.

  4. Ghost of Darrell Henderson Says:

    What’s troubling me is that Jameis hasn’t looked comfortable in this offense.

    I believe it was in the 2nd quarter on a 3rd down that the replay showed ME13 ran an out route that was clearly open. JW did not throw the ball. Then as Jameis faded left, Godwin broke across the middle, wide open, but he still did not throw the ball. He took a sack.

    That’s not the old Jameis. Maybe, this $120 million contract hanging over his young head is too much to handle.

    I just hope he starts to gain more confidence as the season progresses.

  5. Youngbucs Says:

    McBatgirl and Supergirl are a match made in heaven for the Panther pansies. Get your brooms ready for the sweep and your cups ready for the sweet Carolina tears!

  6. Jonathan Limpchimpi Says:

    It was weird seeing McCoy in a divisional rivals jersey. Mostly a “meh” feeling for me…fair or not…he represented a very forgettable ( almost ) decade of Buc football while being paid a fortune to do so.

  7. First Down Tampa Bay Says:

    Lost in the great defensive performance Thursday night was how well the offense line protected Jameis and opened running lanes. Being an NFL Offensive Lineman is a thankless job; do good, no one notices, but do bad, they want you on the first bus outta town.

    Great job fellas!

  8. Jean Lafitte Says:

    You get the ball out quickly and it keeps the pass rush in check. Hold onto it, and bad things happen. Leftwich must help JW compensate and draw up more short passes. Plus I think a short passing game could get him in a rhythm, so you design some rollouts to give him time and space to launch the deep down field shots. Give him quick short passes while in the pocket because we’ve all seen it, he gets spooked and gets happy feet pretty often, and is prone to making his mistakes.

  9. tbbucs101 Says:

    From what I have been reading, it took Carson Palmer 1/2 a season to get this offense down. Jameis is a pretty smart cookie, so let’s assume he gets comfortable by then. With the new/old Tampa D setting the tone, and some competent rushing, we should be able to hang with most of the teams in the league. Once Jameis becomes comfortable with this offense, look out. If we can make it to 4-4 or 5-3 by the midpoint, expect the Bucs to make a post season run. While it is still too early to say with any certainty that the Bucs are back, the arrow really does appear to be pointing up. Additionally, if the Bucs do manage to come home from their brutal road trip with at least a 4-4 record, they will still have 6 home games. How about them apples…?

  10. mark2001 Says:

    And in at least one case, Jameis held the ball a little too long. So the O line earned their pay..most definitely.

  11. Jean Lafitte Says:

    I personally would love to see how Jameis might handle a westcoast type offense. He could possibly thrive real well.

  12. Son of Kobe Faker Says:

    “My Leftfoot is dialing up too many deep passes to Perriman

    The quick pass offenses are emphasizing the tightends ala, Ertz, Kittles, Kelce …

    This offense doesnt give the TEs targets when we can torch defenses with OJ and Brate at will while getting the ball out of JW3s hands

    where are the runningback screens? was there 1 thrown thursday night?

    *Its amazing while our defense gets torched by tightends weekly, BA and our incompedent OC doesnt see this. Its been Kittles and 40 year old Greg olsen tearing up the middle of the field. NY engram is going to tear us a new old coming sunday

    Leftfoot must go!”

    Son of Kobe Faker

  13. Darin Says:

    Kobe
    Let the tight ends pick up all the yards they want if the bucs win. If it wasnt for Jameis theyd be 2-0. Bucs D has given up 29 points in 2 games. Bucs O has given up 16. If they stop given points away theyll be a hell of a tough team to beat. Soooooo glad we have a real defensive coordinator now. Long wait but better late than never. Great job Todd.

  14. Season Is Over Says:

    This website thinking we have arrived at every level has kept up the comedy this week. I’m sure the rest of the NFL media is laughing at the hyperbole. Has it been so long since a short-week close division win that could have just as easily been a loss because of the new vaunted defense?

    Fans are not forgetting the two pick sixes in one game. The OL had nowhere to go but up, much like the rest of the team. We are cheering for average plays that all NFL teams make. Just because we have watched some of the worst football in history over the last decade does not mean the fans will accept mediocrity. Like RBs actually getting positive yards. That is simply how it is supposed to work. Barber with his three yards and a pile of dust for years was not normal. This website champions mediocrity with yellow journalism.

    The story of the year is the fans having been forced into the Byron Leftwich experiment as punishment for the Lost Decade. No fans deserved that. Everyone remembers Arians getting Ben and Carson killed with his long developing plays. We are already starting to see it. Just imagine what happens when the teetering OL cracks a little. Leftwich will fold as quickly as Arians will.

  15. AKickInTheBucNuts Says:

    Upright – Downright.

    Still soaking in this win as long as I can.

  16. Cobraboy Says:

    On two of those sacks Winston should have thrown the ball away.

    Overall the O Line play was decent, definitely better than against SF, and Carolina is not a soft D team.

  17. AwShbucs Says:

    Kobe/ Son of…

    I remember seeing a couple almost picks on screens and a pick 6 in week one on a screen.

    Maybe BA and Leftwhich decided no more until Jameis learns the offense a little bit better.

    This offense is going to catch fire once Jameis familiarizes himself with it and settles in. All he has to do until then is continue to play like he did last week. Reserved, within himself, taking what the defense gives him.

    If he can consistently do that, provided the defense and running game maintain their current levels of aptitude, we will be in the post season this year.

  18. MadMax Says:

    If the O line keeps playing like that, the good JW shows up, and we’re able to run the ball…..we’re a playoff team for sure.

    Good Jameis, please keep showing up!

  19. Dewey Selmon Says:

    After 2 pick 6’s on RB routes vs the 49ers I’m glad they only threw to the Rb’s once.

  20. SteelStudBuc Says:

    Kobe… OJ had quick pass off his hands intercepted and lost a fumble… cam brate had 2 TDs called back, screen to Dare44 was bad throw away interception.
    Always a doomsday….

  21. SteelStudBuc Says:

    Week 1… Week 2 was focus on running game more.

  22. mark2001 Says:

    You guys aren’t taking SO Kobe seriously, are you? He is playing the contrarian A clown for us. And you take him seriously? Kobe’s just sniffing himself on display for us.

  23. Isaac haggins Says:

    If he had 4 tackles , that would be 64 on the season which is more to his talent level , Exactly why he is a headcase and thank Goodness he’s gone !!!!

    To many 20 to 35 Tackle seasons in Tampa !!!

    He has 4 tackles and he s getting along in age , he actually just confirmed the true loser he was on the field in Tampa !!! Gerald you just confirmed everyone’s frustrations , it just took some way way to long to figure it out !!! I do gotta day that Gerald and Cam are the perfect fit , please Gerald get a Batman scarf to match Cam !!!

  24. Isaac haggins Says:

    Gotta say

  25. BucEmUp Says:

    49ers game lefwhich kept trying to make Jameis push the ball.down the field. Jameis just doing what hes told. Call slants, screens, checkdowns and then even.with that the excecution and blocking on those plays are out of sync. Playcalling and preparation during the week is key. Leftwhich doesnt need to be fired, just slightly demoted.

    I WANT ARIANS CALLING PLAYS!!!!! COACHING IS EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!

  26. mark2001 Says:

    OJ…there is a #10 pick TE playing in Detroit who is comparatively making you look like a turtle with an astigmatism. Time to wake up and take it up at least a notch.

  27. July Joe Says:

    GMC had *** ONE *** solo tackle. Just one.

  28. Ndog Says:

    Yes they blocked decently BUT they also killed several drives with false start penalities. One of the main reasons the offense has looked average at best is due to the poor down and distance due to pre snap, no excuse, penalities. If we can clean this up this offense can begin to take off.

  29. Todd Says:

    Season is Over—

    You obviously can’t control your ankle-biting male gammatude. Small pen!s?!

  30. Snook Says:

    So does this mean preseason game evaluations of our line aren’t accurate? The gloom and doom from one half against the Browns in a game where neither team actually game plans isn’t real after all?

    SHOCKING!!!!

  31. Son of Kobe Faker Says:

    “Everyone here has seen/know enough football know that we now have a defensive coach that can make a difference and knows what it takes to succeed

    we have a head coach that has proven he can call plays but he wont because of his stubborn allegiance to his very green playcaller/student who has proven absolutely nothing he can nor is qualified to call plays at this level

    at his stage of development, he should be learning from BA and not calling the plays. He doesnt deserve it and at only 12 games, he has shown he svks

    we all know we are close. why cant we have nice things?”

    Son of Kobe Faker

  32. AwShbucs Says:

    Only way you learn is through experience.

  33. BucsBandit Says:

    ***NEWSFLASH***

    Our O-Line was ranked in the top half of the league last season for sacks allowed. They were solid in pass protection last season. Their ranking would have been even higher if Jameis wasn’t prone to holding the ball so long most of the time.

    So enough with this narrative that Winston hasn’t had time to throw during his first 4 years in the league. He’s had PLENTY of time to throw… and he usually throws it to the other team.

  34. Carrollwood Mafia Says:

    Hey Joe, what are your thoughts about the Dolphins giving Mikah Fitzpatrick permission to seek a trade. Could he be another young building block for our defense and Todd Bowles?

  35. Son of Kobe Faker Says:

    “Trade our #1 and Cam Brate for Jalen Ramsey”

    Ghost of Dalvin Cook

  36. July Joe Says:

    @BucsBandit,

    Jameis may be THE BEST QB in the entire NFL at escaping sacks … you are nuts.

  37. PriMech54 Says:

    Hey Bandit just so you know, the word “usually” entails that something has happened more often than something else. Seeing as how his td/int ratio is about 90/61 then you’d be wrong, AGAIN. No surprise there.

    The irony of an extremist with a false narrative barking about how people shouldn’t have false narratives… Oh well. At least those of us who enjoy watching the local pigeons strut about can enjoy the show. Hopefully you don’t fly the cool when ole JW gets his extension by about week 11. Carry on!

  38. DB55 Says:

    Minshew really lighting it up today. Last week you people were talking about how much better he is than Winston. What happened?

    Honestly if you think Winston has has time to throw with all those jailbreaks then you’re really really stupid. DSmith made a rookie DE look like an all pro last week and Demar Dotson is pure trash.

  39. BucsBandit Says:

    PriMech54 – YEAH… me and the vast majority of NFL experts & analysts that agree with me that Jameis is MEDIOCRE at best. I guess, we’re all just extremists and you’re the football genius that somehow has inside knowledge of the game and the evaluation of Jameis Winston. LOL. Give me a break, you clown.

    July Joe – that above average Pass Protection NFL ranking for our O-Line also includes the games blocking for Ryan Fitzpatrick (who is no sack escape artist) so your ‘theory’ holds no water.

  40. BucsBandit Says:

    DB55 – the stats don’t like. Bucs O-Line ranked in the top half of the league for pass protection. All lines give up sacks and yield pressure. It’s part of the game. But over all, the Bucs have had one of the better pass-blocking lines in the NFL, so you’re wrong… Jameis HAS, on average during his 4 years, had plenty of time to throw compared to other NFL QBs. NEXT EXCUSE?

  41. NOSBOS Says:

    Oh [email protected]#$ josh allen got a sack. Well sorta,Watson fumbled on a RPO fell on the ball and ol josh touched him and was awarded a sack. The Jacksonville Destroyer is really killin it.

  42. Ndog Says:

    I think part of the problem is that a lot of Bucs fans don’t watch other games outside of the Bucs. Just watch other games and you will see that the teams that win usually have great real protection not where the QB is constantly is avoiding pressure have to move around to creat room etc… When Brady is pressured he is a completely player and he he is the GOAT. Watch Prescott he has all day to throw and a great run game. He is literally playing a different game than anyone that plays QB for us.

  43. JimmyJack Says:

    Dude can they stop playing Miami on TV? Who the freak wants to watch a team tank? I understand there are some old school Dolphin fans here but can’t they at least cut to a different game. Last week showing a six TD blowout to the bitter end was unacceptable.

    Why is CBS allowing Miami to ruin their broadcasts? This is just a joke.

  44. cmurda Says:

    In fairness, when criticizing JW, you can’t possibly ignore the O Line being inconsistent throughout his tenure. I do have hope for that O Line though. They are starting to look better with Cappa playing decent. By the way, LMAO at the Fitzpatrick mob that was upset when he left. His number today 8 for 17 52 yards 2 picks. 1 of those picks just went for a pick 6. Pffft. I think the Dolphins have 4 total first downs. In danger of having the least ever for the franchise.

  45. NOSBOS Says:

    In other news the guy awduck a.k.a blake dub injury prone Dalvin Cook is currently 14 rush attempts for 122 yards and aTD. A long of 75 yards.

  46. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    The Miami Dolphins are going to have their first perfect season since 72. However, this time it’s going to be 0-16. This Dolphin team may be the worst team I have ever seen.

  47. JimmyJack Says:

    It 37-0. Patriots about to score again and less then five minutes and CBS refuses to air a better game. Meanwhile Fox is playing a competitive game.

    CBS sucks hard.

  48. tmaxcon Says:

    Hey joe how about a post about what a great start that bum #5 wr that you slobbered over relentlessly is having

    Negative yards today….. defensive coordinators ate are losing sleep….

    D R

    jameis really misses that bum. Just proves what low standards bucfan has

  49. NOSBOS Says:

    Man josh allen was dominant today… Not!!! Check Dalvin Cook day tho.

  50. JimmyJack Says:

    Fox now showing their 3rd competitive game while CBS has shown every last second of a 43-0 blowout with a Miami team that has already thrown in the towel on the season. CBS is pathetic.

  51. kyle Says:

    favorite play of the game was gerald “butt hurt” mccoy, losing his sh.. and gifting us a 15 yard penalty. Im trying to remember when he had such an impact on the game with the bucs.

    I cant believe this loser would be graced in the ring of honor. he definitely deserves a local man of the year award for his charitable concerns. he was a good not great player on terrible defenses, and just so happened that the defense gets better when he leaves.

  52. Anonymous Says:

    When we think Jameis does something incredibly stupid, nothing can compare to the idiocy of Cousins…basically throwing a ball up for grabs at GB’s 8 yard line when his team was poised to go ahead.

  53. mark2001 Says:

    When we think Jameis does something incredibly stupid, nothing can compare to the idiocy of Cousins…basically throwing a ball up for grabs at GB’s 8 yard line when his team was poised to go ahead.

  54. mark2001 Says:

    On first and goal, no less.

  55. JimmyJack Says:

    Kyle…..This was a big game for Gerald. Any Bucs fan would thought he would show up(and there was quite a few) was kidding themselfs. He never showed up in any big games his entire career. Naive to think that would change overnight.

    Did he help any Bucs up on Thursday?

  56. webster Says:

    What???? Aaron rodgers just won a game where he was 22-34 for 209 yards. According to the hill billy racist, butt hurt mariotta lovers, salty gator fan, bi-polar idiot fan base aaron rodgers was unimpressive/inaccurate/game manager and does not belong as a starter putting up those pathetic numbers

  57. webster Says:

    What? Did drew brees just throw an int trying to fit a ball in a tight window and got his player jacked up. According to this hill billy racist, butt hurt mariotta lovers only winston would be so dumb.

  58. Anonymous Says:

    Joe..what an insult..One announcer used the word “egregious”. regarding a foul. The other announcer didn’t know what that meant, and when teased, said “how would I know…I went to Eastern Illinois?”. Blasphemous.

  59. mark2001 Says:

    Joe..what an insult..One announcer used the word “egregious”. regarding a foul. The other announcer didn’t know what that meant, and when teased, said “how would I know…I went to Eastern Illinois?”. Romo… Blasphemous.

  60. cmurda Says:

    LOL @ JJ. I know right. You’d think that before the 4th quarter even started, they would have already cut to another game….any other game

  61. Bucs9) Says:

    Landscape of the NFC South might of just changed w/ this Brees injury! Cam declining, Falcons eh!, now Brees…might be the yr for Bucs to make their move!

  62. PriMech54 Says:

    Bandit you should give yourself a break man. So uptight! All I did was correct your use of the word “usually” and then reference you as extremist pigeon he’ll bent on chasing the kid out of town when alot of other people believe in him and believe it takes a team to win games. You and your bestie talking heads in the media want him out of the league altogether, we get it.

    But, Drew Brees just went down. You’d better hope he’s back before or by week 11 or the Bucs will trounce the Aints at. Ray Jay and Jameis will get his extension going into the playoff push. Might want to start practicing your nightly routine of crying yourself to sleep. Maybe you can ask your friends in the media how they do it – because lord knows they’re the most neurotic people to ever walk the earth so they must be experts at it. No wonder you identify with them!

  63. tmaxcon Says:

    How does a f….ng hall of fame game changer like humphries have negative yards in a game. And a grand total of 4 yards through 2 games…. bucs sure miss that weapon….

  64. mark2001 Says:

    Mahomes…5 completions over 30 yards in a row. And some lovers think Jameis is better than Mahomes? Uhhh yeah. LOL… You have to be kidding.

  65. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    Yeah, this Brees injury could be significant. It’s not as simple as a break. He’s been on the sidelines all half. My guess is a ligament injury, which could be several weeks. It’s also an injury that could linger.

  66. Dom>Licht Says:

    Cam clearly not the same , Brees out with an injury Jamies still 4th best QB in the division

  67. Todd Says:

    Not wishing an injury on anyone…”But”…a Drew Brees throwing hand injury just…doesn’t…suck.”

    I mean, I feel really bad for him.

    Thoughts and prayers.

    🤥

  68. Ndog Says:

    mark2001 Says:
    September 15th, 2019 at 5:48 pm
    Mahomes…5 completions over 30 yards in a row. And some lovers think Jameis is better than Mahomes? Uhhh yeah. LOL… You have to be kidding.

    Dom>Licht Says:
    September 15th, 2019 at 6:09 pm
    Cam clearly not the same , Brees out with an injury Jamies still 4th best QB in the division

    Above is why I say this fan base sucks. What exactly is the point of these two comments above?

  69. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    Ndog, we rarely agree. However, Jay Miss is better than Sham Newton this year. But, Cam doesn’t have a wing or a wheel.

  70. Grt1 Says:

    Ndog stfu go bitch on some other website. This is a Buc website

  71. Ndog Says:

    I didn’t comment either way just wondering why after a HUGE win where our TEAM played well what’s the point of those comments I pointed out?

  72. Ndog Says:

    Grt1 Says:
    September 15th, 2019 at 6:56 pm
    Ndog stfu go bitch on some other website. This is a Buc website

    What does this being a Bucs website have to do with people being negative for no reason? Maybe you don’t understand which based on your comment would not be surprising.

  73. unbelievable Says:

    Ndog part of that is ignorance and part of it is just internet culture. Everything is extremist 100% one way or the other.

    Reality is Jameis looked bad week 1, but there was bad play from a lot of other guys too (Dotson, Howard, Evans, D Smith) which all contributed to our loss.

    Game 2 Jameis looked like he picked up where left off last season. Much better. Once again his receivers and tackles let him down. He played a damn good game.

    Let’s hope thats who we see for the next 14 games.

    As for the o-line, they’re still far too inconsistent. Really stoked that their run blocking looks improved. But D Smith and Dotson are massive liabilities. Part of why they were ranked in the top half last year in pass pro is because Jameis is able to escape, not because they are elite.

  74. JimmyJack Says:

    Ndog more sounds like you only came here to tell us all we suck.

    Get off your high horse bro cause I only see one piese of crap here and that is the one who will attack his own brother.

  75. JimmyJack Says:

    Meanwhile the Saints defense just got embarrassed(been there before) on a TD that will be owning the highlight reels all week.

  76. Grt1 Says:

    Why r u comparing mahomes and Jameis. I know mahomes is better. Just get behind our qb and stfu!!!!!!!!

  77. mark2001 Says:

    Homers that make outlandish statements suck…I said Brees, Rodgers, Brady, and Mahomes were examples of great QBs, and when Jameis is as consistent as they are, he has arrived. An irrational homer fan said Mahomes was unproven and that Jameis could be better. I just made my point that was a fantasy. Why are you so offended? Are you related to Jameis? Part of his “posse”? A stalker? Your blind love is irrational, Ndog.

  78. BucsBandit Says:

    @Unbelievable – LOL. Nice attempt at “revisionist history.” The Bucs O-Line was ranked in the top half of the league for pass protection because Jameis is able to escape. Stop creating a talking point out of what some other ill-informed Jameis fan posted earlier in this thread.

    The Bucs O-Line has been solid with pass protection just as they were for Ryan Fitzpatrick. Their higher than average rating has nothing to do with Winston’s mobility. Stop repeating nonsense that someone else posted because it doesn’t make it true.

  79. JimmyJack Says:

    Buccaneers 1-1
    Saints. 1-1
    Falcons 0-1
    Panters 0-2

    Savor it gentlemen

  80. BucsBandit Says:

    CORRECTION: ^^^ Meant the O-Line was ranked above average NOT because Jameis can escape some sacks.

  81. Colonel Angus Says:

    Shaping up to be a good weekend for the Bucs. Hopefully Brees thumb will be career ending or at least a 4 week injury. It’s a 14 game season now

  82. JimmyJack Says:

    Bandit……Which ranking are you using? Just wondering cause I have given up on PFF rankings and basically ignore anybody who uses that as their reasoning for anything.

    They have gotten way too much wrong in their rankings to take them seriously no more. I will assume a lot of other people pay them no mind either.

    Ill thank Joe for exposing them and their ranking system

  83. Todd Says:

    JimmyJack—

    Buccaneers 1-1
    Saints. 1-1
    Falcons 0-1
    Panters 0-2

    Better than porn!!!

  84. Ndog Says:

    Like usual not blind love, in fact no commentary on any player just the uselessness on some comments including yours mark2001. Your desire and need to make stuff up and lie is amazing. Why can’t you just enjoy a win or comment on something we clearly need to get better at instead of just complaining to complain? Oh I know why cause you are a clueless troll.

  85. unbelievable Says:

    @JimmyJack – checkout football outsiders. They have really good offensive line rankings and stats. You can see how awful they were in run blocking the last few years lol. Stoked that they look improved in that area so far this season.

    @Bandit – yes they have been ranked good in pass protection the last several years. That doesn’t mean there haven’t been problem sections of the line that are consistently exposed. I’m not rewriting anything but if you actually watched the game you’d know D Smith simply takes several plays off every single week. Additionally, Dotson and D Smith lead this team in penalties almost every season.

  86. mark2001 Says:

    Not blind love…Bologna. And your comments aren’t “useless” Ndog? LOL. I’m enjoying a win. However, you seem to think when there is a win, all comments regarding the team that don’t meet your criteria aren’t valid? Are you related to Donald T? Only your way. How can you be related to him and Jameis? You complain plenty…about anyone critical of anything your relative does.

  87. Todd Says:

    BucsBandit—

    “Hopefully Brees thumb will be career ending…”

    As a social justice warrior dog who supports all causes that won’t make America great again, I am ABSOLUTELY offended by your post. Career ending? We’re supposed to celebrate a career ending injury of a QB who repeatedly kicks our ass every year?!

    The PAIN I feel for your utter insensitivity is real. CALLING JOE! CALLING JOE! Ban this deplorable!

    Eh, just fu(kin’ with ya!

    I hope Brees’ dick falls off too!

    Go BUCS!!!

  88. Colonel Angus Says:

    I said that Todd

  89. Todd Says:

    Colonel—

    That his dick falls off?

  90. Todd Says:

    Colonel—

    That his d!ck falls off?

  91. WestChap Says:

    Oh my, the trolls need to head back to their caves for a bit. Webster hates everyone and Todd truly despises Brees (even Little Brees). Yikes.

    We did win this week, right?

  92. BucsBandit Says:

    @JimmyJack – I wasn’t referring to some sort of site’s “rankings” I was referring to statistical ratings. The Bucs ranked in the top half of the league last year for sacks allowed per play. They have high ratings for some other pass protection stats too.

    @Todd – you’re quoting the wrong person. I never posted anything about Brees’ injury. I think you meant someone else.

  93. unbelievable Says:

    “The Bucs ranked in the top half of the league last year for sacks allowed per play.”

    Lol 1 fkn stat out of many.

    Bandit you’re a clown.

  94. BucsBandit Says:

    @unbelievable

    You’re obviously biased. The statistics ranked the Bucs O-Line for pass protection above average last year. Not only sacks given up per play but others. You can’t CRY about it all you want to… you make excuses saying certain players took plays off or had breakdowns or WHATEVER…

    But you can’t rewrite the FACTS. The Buccaneers in 2018 had an above average pass-blocking O-Line. That’s 100% fact. Just because your dreamboat Jameis *still* played terrible and had major turnovers doesn’t change the facts that the O-Line still played pretty well overall; not only for Jameis but also for Fitz.

    So you keep clown-splaining your “personal analysis” of football and I’ll maintain my opinion that Jameis just isn’t that good… the same opinion shared by the majority of NFL experts & analysts.

    What are the better odds… that YOU and your personal analysis is right or MINE and the majority of NFL experts?

    “Facts don’t care about your feelings.”

  95. MTM Says:

    The following is not the O-line fault: holding the ball too long, no ability to roll out of the pocket and inability to run without tripping on ones own feet. Winston will never grasp the QB.