Climbing The Charts

November 29th, 2020

In the sacks chase.

Joe honestly doesn’t know about what the Bucs would do without Jason Pierre-Paul. The guy is just a warrior.

Tonight JPP got a fourth-quarter sack of Pat Mahomes, the star Chiefs quarterback. In the month of November, JPP has been balling out, that’s all there is to it.

With the sack of Mahomes, JPP is now one away from the NFL lead. He’s got 8.5 sacks and Myles Garrett of the Browns and Trey Hendrickson of the Saints both have 9.5. Aaron Donald of the Rams has 9, as does Steelers sackmeister T.J. Watt. Yeah, Joe knows JPP has played one less game than those guys.

How cool would it be if JPP has a strong finish to the season and ends up leading the league in sacks? If JPP could do that, that would make it two straight years a Bucs player was the NFL sacks king.

Last year, sack king Shaq Barrett led the NFL with 19.5.

11 Responses to “Climbing The Charts”

  1. All lives matter Says:

    So glad I bought his new jersey.

  2. firethecannons Says:

    and we have the Falcons on the schedule twice more–Matty Ice good for a couple by JPP each game!

  3. Pablo Says:

    Wouldn’t be surprised if Atlanta beats us

  4. AMI_Chris Says:

    Who cares? The only stat that matters is wins.

  5. ModHairKen Says:

    AMI, that is the truth. Stats are for losers.

  6. Ed Kerber Says:

    Need to get him help. Hello Clay?

  7. SOEbuc Says:

    JPP is balling, but I’m paying more attention to W’s at the moment Joe. These roughing the passer rules and flags have become the biggest joke on Earth.

  8. UKBuccaneer Says:

    Once again, Joe waxing lyrical about sacks, the most unreliable indicator of defensive performance.
    JPP has been balling out, but so has Shaq. The defense is now suffering (and secondary shown up for what it really is) because of Vita going down.

  9. Hahahahaha Says:

    The fact that Joe hasn’t addressed the fact that the defense has suffered early from having to play the whole game without a sustained offense that lasts longer than 4 plays is criminal. That’s a little over the top. –Joe
    Tom WAS the goat, will go down as the goat….. but is the culmination of everything buccaneers for these last 10 years. You people don’t deserve a championship, I’ve read this site as long as I can remember but only recently was I able to post from my phone. I could read what a lot of yall were saying between the lines. Glad you have to spit out the taste of Tom’s $chl0ng while justifying his horrible play. You all deserve all of this. Somewhere jameis sleeps well knowing his team is going to the playoffs

  10. Ed Says:

    JPP’s roughing call was bogus, when a pass rusher has his hands up in the air and his arm comes down to the side of the quarterback’s head first and his momentum carries his arm to make contact this helmet, there is no intent to rough the qb. When players are right in a QB’s face they are in the process of making a football play. The contact is incidental.

    The NFL needs to review this rule, in many cases the contact is incidental and the pass rusher is meeting the quarterback at the same time he is throwing the ball.

    There has to be a rule change that allows contact when the quarterback and rusher are making contact within the time it takes for them to be in the same space before the ball is launched.

    The hits on Brady were different because they were late and the KC rusher was using his hand to “punch” Brady’s helmet after he got rid of the ball.

    JPP and Maholmes were in the process of a legal hit and the arm wasn’t being used to create contact, it was unintentional.

  11. stpetebucsfan Says:


    Yeah Jameis can be happy he was LUCKY enough to have a team at least offer him third string position and money.

    Hey if you Jameis schong gobblers…isn’t that how you refer to a fan of a player Hahaha…if you can get JW’s schong out of your mouth long enough perhaps you can realize he’s a 28-42 lifetime QB…he a freaking 3rd stringer who can’t even beat out a gadget QB like Hill.