“Angry Run”

October 1st, 2019

Applauds Bucs WR.

Face it, we, as football fans, enjoy anger.

We love it when Ndamukong Suh ragdolls an offensive lineman. We love it when Shaq Barrett drills a quarterback. We almost got horny watching Mike Alstott freight-train linebackers. We got juiced watching John Lynch decapitate receivers.

Well, per Kyle Brandt, co-host of “Good Morning Football” seen weekday mornings on NFL Network, add Chris Godwin to the list.

Brandt has a feature each week called “Angry Runs.” And when Godwin, the Bucs’ breakout offensive star of the 2019 season, bulldozed a pair of would-be Rams defenders for a punishing touchdown Sunday, Brandt deemed the score one of his “Angry Runs.”

You can see Brandt celebrate Godwin’s physical style in the video below.

35 Responses to ““Angry Run””

  1. BucDan Says:

    I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the run live. Loved it even more when the camera angle switched and Aqib is asking for a hand to get up!

  2. BucAllNight Says:

    CG12 AllDay Long
    Talib aint want that smoke

    Chris is quietly the Bucs Offensive MVP for Sept.
    THE DRIVE to 11 – 5
    Go Bucs!!!

  3. TampaTown Says:

    Football players are our modern day Gladiators. That’s why our PC culture and snowflakes hate them. They just don’t get it. Football is the best sport EVER

  4. BetterBucFan Says:

    TampaTown the NFL is actually the one major sport in north america that is split near evenly among right/left politics in the fanbase.

    Compare that to the NBA or MLB, which have more liberal fanbases, or college football or NASCAR, which as you probably guessed have more conservative fanbases.

    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/how-every-nfl-teams-fans-lean-politically/

  5. DB55 Says:

    I heard Talib just handed Chris his chain after that hit.

  6. BetterBucFan Says:

    Had my comment removed? Don’t know why but maybe it’s because I linked another site for my statistic sources, to which I apologize to the Joes if that is not allowed here.

    But TampaTown, the NFL is unique in all North American sports leagues in that there’s no clear political leaning in the broad audience. Compare that to the NBA, MLB, NHL (majority liberal) or NASCAR, College Football, College Basketball (majority conservative), it’s an anomaly.

    Fun fact though: The Bucs have the most conservative fanbase in all football.

  7. DB55 Says:

    Nothing fun about that fact sorry. Points to why the comments have been a ghost town this week.

  8. Joe Says:

    Compare that to the NBA, MLB, NHL (majority liberal)

    MLB and NHL have broad liberal audiences???

    Can maybe see MLB as liberal. Maybe, but still a stretch. But NHL??? Seriously? The NHL embraces if not celebrates alcohol and violence and is rooted in rural Canada. That seems polar opposite to liberal sensitivities.

  9. TampaTown Says:

    BetterBucFan:

    Yes I knew that fun fact and I love it. 49ers most liberal fan base, no surprise there. Thought I was just referencing the PC portion of our culture, not NFL fans in general. Sorry if that was confusing. There’s many more “secret” non-liberal NFL fans than most people realize, especially in places like NY where I personally know many that are undercover. But either way- please keep politics out of sports. Nobody cares about my views or anyone else’s either.

  10. TampaTown Says:

    Joe:

    Omg that’s a good one. When I think of a bunch of rural yahoo Canadian drunkards it reminds me of that old movie Strange Brew. “He was in the crease!”

  11. BetterBucFan Says:

    Joe, the metric the website used to determine political leaning was american-based (2016 election results by county compared with search interest). It could very well be a more “right-wing” sport but among Americans it isn’t apparently.

    And yeah, I understand TampaTown, I assumed that when you said the PC portion you were referring to the general left, when it’s near an even split. My bad.

  12. Bucs Fan in ATL Says:

    When reading the title of the clip on Good Morning Football, the first thing that came to mind was a rough night of eating Taco Bell….am I the only one….

  13. Barbosa Says:

    Football is most enjoyable when you have two teams trying to impose their will on each other. Physical play is a big part of that, and all those “NFL’s greatest hits” tapes I had as a kid were so exciting to watch.

  14. Buc68 Says:

    If Koetter wouldn’t have been so focused on Desean Jackson who can’t stay on the field and is a cancer, and instead actually have featured Godwin as the number 2 he may still have a job…. No actually probably not, he did other dumb stuff too.

  15. SenileSenior Says:

    “I support the left
    Though I’m leaning, leaning to the right
    I support the left
    Though I’m leaning to the right
    But I’m just not there
    When it’s coming to a fight”

    Cream, 1966

  16. SenileSenior Says:

    The song is titled Politician by the way! 😉

  17. SOEbuc Says:

    Ain’t sh!t. Chris been breaking awesome tackles since the time he arrived in TB. Mike and Chris are such powerful and tough WR. Guy was a game time decision and he still killed that Rams defense all over.

  18. 813bucboi Says:

    somewhere….@realist is still washing BA’s golf cart!!!!!!!!!

    GO BUCS!!!!!!!

  19. Bucnjim Says:

    Anyone who can clap when a player gets his teeth knocked out on a LEGAL hit and also claps when that same opposing player comes back on the ice is OK with me. Not a liberal in the entire bunch. What does this have to do with the article? The Bucs have finally figured out nice guys really do usually finish last.

  20. stpetebucsfan Says:

    DB55 FTW!

    “I heard Talib just handed Chris his chain after that hit.”

    OK DB55 you’re entitled to a mic drop with that one.

  21. SB Says:

    Lol 813!
    Nice play

  22. Clw JB Says:

    One of the things I most enjoyed Sunday was watching ancient Talib get burned over and over and over again

    We have been victimized by sooooooooo many ex-players – but this year we stomped GMC and Talib already –

    Maybe the kicking curse is next to be vexed!!

  23. ElioT Says:

    Horrible segment, borderline unwatchable.

    You can bet on this:

    That play by Godwin was perhaps the play of the game. He refused to be denied and laid a big ol piece of wood upside Talib’s head.

    I can only hope that everyone on the team looked at that play live, and said “oh yeah, let’s get some!”

    I also think there may have been an open bar on the plane ride home and everyone was reviewing that highlight reel.

    Mr. Godwin is a grown a** man!

    Love the way this dude plays the game.

  24. ElioT Says:

    Y’all need to get that political crap outta here.

    News Flash:
    No one gives a sh*t about any of our political beliefs.

    This site is about Bucs football is it not?

    All this divisive crap is such a waste of time.

  25. TDTB Says:

    Loved that one by Godwin but I thought RoJo had a worthy candidate for the angry run moniker in the second half. In fact, I was beginning to think I misjudged RoJo last year before that run. The run confirmed it for me. I’m now officially on the RoJo bandwagon. His play has garnered starter consideration.

  26. firethecannons Says:

    The angry run of the night was Jordan Whitehead int., he catches it than stiff arms a huge player who goes down than stiff arms another who goes flying than he ends up alone in a group of angry Rams and he gets attitude with them. Fun stuff!

  27. bucs4ya Says:

    That was definitely a nice run. I won’t lie the hit Donovan Smith put on Peters on the interception was some old school smash mouth type of hit. I knew he had some aggressiveness in him now lets see it on a consistent basis.

  28. Barack's Crack Pipe Says:

    @Joe
    “We almost got horny watching Mike Alstott freight-train linebackers.”
    .
    .

    OMG. I feel like I just sat next to KW Jr on the team flight home. Eeek!

  29. Barack's Crack Pipe Says:

    DB55 Says:
    “I heard Talib just handed Chris his chain after that hit.”
    .
    .

    Every time I decide I can’t stand you any more, you get off a good one. LOL

  30. Barack's Crack Pipe Says:

    TampaTown Says:
    “When I think of a bunch of rural yahoo Canadian drunkards it reminds me of that old movie Strange Brew.”
    .
    .

    All hail Bob and Doug McKenzie!

  31. ElBajito43 Says:

    @ElioT thanks for actually steering this back on track. Literally so sick and tired politics in the JOEBUCSFAN chats

    Totally inappropriate for the Joy of NFL and our beloved hometown team to be sucked into the hating division of America’s politics.

    Newsflash!!! We just love the BUCCANEERS and that is a great way for us all to take a timeout from the BS sand come together

    My Gosh

    FIRE JASON LICHT

  32. BetterBucFan Says:

    My apologies for bringing politics into this y’all, I agree with you too, we’re all Bucs fans and that’s all that matters here.

  33. Me? Says:

    Joe-assuming all liberals are sensitive whiners is like saying that all Conservatives are racists and illiterate rednecks. Some definitely are in both cases, but most people can agree on basics…it’s just too bad the Trump effect has everyone in their own corner.

    Anyways…i think we can all agree that we love Bucs kicking a$$, being violent and playing hard.

    i think we can also agree that the GMF crew is awesome and it’s nice to see the Bucs not lose games 48-10

  34. Brandon Says:

    One of my coworkers is banned from using the bathroom attached to my office because he’s always got a case of the angry runs.

  35. PhillyBuc Says:

    1st time I’ver ever seen that segment and hope it’s the last. All these clowns on TV selling their souls and dignity for airtime make me more and more thankful for the DVR and the mute button. That said, Godwin has been a beast and deserves praise.