The ScuttleBucs Talk Clock Management Blunders, Todd Bowles Numbers, Offensive Output, Joe Visits & Much More

November 6th, 2019

Time to take stock fellow ScuttleBucs… Sunday served up yet another loss, but what can you do about this secondary? Tom provides numbers that must have Todd Bowles’ head spinning more than a Hargreaves’ “highlight” mashup. Jeff and Tom talk clock management blunders, defensive woes, offensive output, Joe drops by, and more! ScuttleBucs, Bill Currie Ford nation, unite!

The ScuttleBucs is hosted by Jeff Cameron and Tom Lang, powerhouse personalities and lifelong Bucs fans at ESPN Tallahassee, 97.9 FM.

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Of course, many of you know Cameron, namesake of “The Jeff Cameron Show.” Joe has been a guest with Cameron many times and Cameron is a personal friend of Jameis Winston.

Cameron is a St. Petersburg native, a proud Lakewood High graduate and a diehard Bucs fan since he was a little guy running through Tampa Stadium in the late 70’s. Jeff is a 20+ year radio host in Tallahassee talking Florida State and national sports — weekdays 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on ESPN Tallahassee 97.9 FM since 2012. Jeff has reported/opined for ESPN SportsCenter, ESPN Radio’s flagship show Mike & Mike, on SiriusXM and he appears on local shows from Seattle to Miami. He thanks the football gods daily that the Lovie Smith era is over and misses the days of Lee Roy Selmon and Doug Williams.

Tom Lang is a popular guy on these pages as host of the JoeBoltsFan podcast during the NHL season. A native of Pinellas County, Tom graduated Clearwater Central Catholic in 2005. He started working in sports in the fall of 2004 covering Friday nights on the high school beat for the St. Petersburg Times. After moving up to the state capital, Tom worked the Florida State sports beat for the Rivals and 24/7 sport networks. He’s been executive producer of The Jeff Cameron Show since 2012, and he’s the Operations Manager of ESPN Tallahassee. Tom still smiles at the memory of dejected Eagles fans leaving their beloved Vet as NFC Bridesmaids all those years ago, and he’s Brad Johnson’s biggest fan. Seriously.

One Response to “The ScuttleBucs Talk Clock Management Blunders, Todd Bowles Numbers, Offensive Output, Joe Visits & Much More”

  1. Doctor Stroud Says:

    Interesting take in an article in The Ringer on how a franchise knows to build around a QB: “But quarterback development isn’t linear. Take Winston, for example. When he is rolling, the Bucs have fielded one of the most explosive passing games in football. He’s shown glimpses of being a great anticipatory thrower who can complete passes without much receiver separation. But quality defensive coordinators have learned how to use that decisiveness to their advantage, and Winston hasn’t figured out how to adapt. The Bucs rank 28th in turnovers per drive, after finishing in the bottom four in the previous three seasons. Now Winston is in his fifth season, and there’s little reason to believe that his positives on the field will ever overpower his negatives.”