”It Was Just A Horsesh*t Practice”

July 30th, 2021

The sun stopped shining at One Buc Palace today.

Bucco Bruce Arians was looking forward to his team responding after a day off yesterday, but Day 5 of training camp had Arians saying afterwards that ”it was just a horsesh*t practice.”

The pads come on tomorrow for the first time, so one might say the horsesh*t will get real then.

Tom Brady himself apologized via media for a ”shi**y” practice.

NFL Network will be in the house tomorrow with an army of cameras and reporters and analysts, and Joe expects a full weekend crowd of fans. If that doesn’t spark the Bucs, then Joe will worry a bit. But a bad day today is no big deal.

Arians called out both sides of the ball, noting drops and defensive failures on third down, among other things.

Enjoy today’s Ira Kaufman Podcast.

16 Responses to “”It Was Just A Horsesh*t Practice””

  1. Chris l Says:

    Damn was hoping for good news on this. Wonder how physical the pads will get!

  2. Medicated Pete Says:

    Season’s over. Pete would like to thank his loyal readers

  3. SB~LV Says:

    All I want to read each time I come here is that no one was injured

  4. Cobraboy Says:

    Agree with SB_LV.

    Bad practices give coaches license to chew butt to keep egos in check.

  5. AtlBuc Says:

    They are still human. As long as this doesn’t stick, its ok.

  6. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Here is the good news……BA, Bowles & Brady know the difference between a good practice & a Horsesh*t practice…

  7. Chuck T Says:

    Wonder if this means the team will suck next season.

  8. SlyPirate Says:

    Last year the Bucs had a bad practice. TB12 absolutely laid into the offense and the team came back on fire the next day.

    If Brady apologized publicly, you know the team got an earful.

    This is a good thing. Wake them up.

  9. Bbro Says:

    Okay guys the pat on the backs are over and the coaches are wanting some good looking play out there.

  10. JimmyJack Says:

    Boy, if Lovie Smith was still here he would be very dissapointed in Bruces daily cussing.

  11. Mike Says:

    It was bound to happen. Hopefully the team leaders can rally the troops and light a fire under them to pick up their effort and focus tomorrow.

  12. Bucsjunkie Says:

    JimmyJack, Lovie probably would have been ecstatic over the practice. Thank God he’s gone!

  13. Wild Bill Says:

    A little boredom? These guys are hungry for the real thing.

  14. Eddie Marz Says:

    That’s what’s good about this time of the year, bad practices don’t hurt you. Might even help eventually. Give it time, things will iron out. GO BUCS!

  15. Miller5252 Says:

    Keep putting both feet in their a$$ Arians. Keep their heads deflated and grounded. Make start at square one and challenge them to be better and let them know everyone think KC is going to be better and making a three pete to the Super Bowl. Keep working em

  16. An Erection for Sacks Says:

    @JimmyJack: If Lovie were still here, I might not. (Nah, who am I kidding… I survived the Lost Decade.)

    When I moved to Tampa in ’88, I refused to be a fan. It was obvious that the owner had no interest in producing a winning team. That guy was ALL about the money, and everything else be damned. When he died and the new owners hired Tony Dungy, it was apparent that the Bucs were finally committed to winning football games. So, in ’96, I went all-in, and I haven’t stopped yet. Had the Glazers’ kept that obstinate egomaniac after his horrific two-year run, it would have shown me that, once again, the Bucs were not interested in winning. Thankfully, our GM made the right call to get rid of a HC whose team was woefully underprepared, week after week, for two full seasons. Good riddance! “Tennesee-ready” was a disgrace of epic proportions, and it didn’t get much better after that!

    @Bucsjunkie: Which god do you mean? We humans have created SO many!