Archive for the ‘FHL’ Category

Tristan Wirfs Talks About His Smooth Ride

Thursday, January 7th, 2021

Joe had a serious question for beastly rookie Tristan Wirfs today that may have seemed a little silly.

Thankfully, Wirfs took it seriously and gave a thoughtful answer. (more…)

Rondé Barber Expects Coaching To Show Up

Thursday, January 7th, 2021

One can always count on Buccaneers legend Rondé Barber for a fresh perspective. (more…)

Week 2 For Fast Start, Philosophy Shift

Sunday, January 3rd, 2021

High-five to beloved Bucco Bruce Arians for being flexible and forward-thinking. (more…)

Brady Spits In Father Time’s Face

Sunday, January 3rd, 2021

Father Time may be undefeated but he’s never tangled with a winner like Tom Brady. (more…)

Bruce Arians Talks About Asking For Tom Brady’s Blessing

Monday, December 28th, 2020

Joe loves getting the inside line on key game decisions at One Buc Palace. (more…)

Take A Bow, Jason Licht!

Saturday, December 26th, 2020

Bucs GM Jason Licht

Joe has hurled all kinds of daggers at Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht over the years because he deserved them.

When your team’s record through five seasons is worse than your 28-52 predecessor, what else is a Bucs fan to say? (more…)

Tom Brady Sets New Franchise Record For TD Passes

Saturday, December 26th, 2020

If you thought Jameis Winston had a pretty good year last season, then what the hell do you call what Tom Brady has done? (more…)

Scotty Miller Shares His Theory On Slow Starts

Thursday, December 24th, 2020

Scotty Miller

From Lakeland to Largo, Buccaneers fans have been talking about their beloved team’s maddening slow starts. (more…)

“Force-Feed” Mike

Monday, December 21st, 2020

More targets, please.

Kevin Patra of NFL.com doesn’t believe the Bucs’ comeback in the second half yesterday was much of a coincidence. (more…)

Five Things

Monday, December 21st, 2020

Bucs WR Antonio Brown acknowledges Bucs fans as he leaves the field following the Bucs’ 31-27 win Sunday in Atlanta.

Happy Victory Monday! The Bucs decided to give us an early Christmas present yesterday. Or was it the choking Dixie Chicks? (more…)

Warrior Mike Evans

Sunday, December 20th, 2020

Joe apologizes for the graphic nature of the photograph, but it’s not every day that you see a guy significantly ill on the sidelines head back into a football game.

That’s Mike Evans. (more…)

Ira Kaufman’s 10 Takeaways From Bucs-Vikings

Monday, December 14th, 2020

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BY IRA KAUFMAN

If you think Bruce Arians had a shred of sympathy for Mike Zimmer Sunday afternoon, think again.

Arians knows what it’s like to compete with a lousy place kicker. Now he has reliable Ryan Succop to split the uprights while Zimmer suffered with Dan Bailey.

We’ll never know the outcome if Bailey hadn’t shanked three FG tries and an extra-point attempt, but we know one thing for sure — this game would have been a lot tighter.

Coming off a bye week, the Bucs said goodbye to the Vikings in the NFC wild-card chase, going up two games and owning the head-to-head tie-breaker. At 8-5, Tampa Bay’s playoff path is clear: win at least two of your final three games and that postseason drought will be history.

While far from their best Sunday, the Bucs proved opportunistic.

Two players in particular came out of hibernation to make key contributions — Scotty Miller and LeSean McCoy. Shaq Barrett left his imprint all over the game and Tampa Bay capitalized on some dopey decisions by Zimmer, who was his own worst enemy. (more…)

Championship Clock Management

Sunday, December 13th, 2020

Joe has to give a standing ovation for how the Bucs handled the end of the first half.

Bravo! It feels like a lifetime ago that Bucco Bruce Arians called back-to-back timeouts (against the rules), and took penalties to set up Matt Gay for a miss. (more…)

Identity Found?

Sunday, December 13th, 2020

Audacity.

Joe absolutely hates “leader” talk because it is the most empty, nonsensical rhetoric there is. (more…)

More Than Another Losing Bucs Head Coach

Wednesday, December 9th, 2020

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BY IRA KAUFMAN

When the end came for Ray Perkins in Tampa, few were surprised.

Although the Bucs had just beaten the Falcons late in the 1990 season, Hugh Culverhouse had seen enough. He fired the man he once labeled “My Vince Lombardi,” and Walter Lee Perkins was seen lugging his belongings out to his car at old One Buc Place in a box crammed with pictures and playbooks. (more…)

“Internal Distraction” Season

Monday, December 7th, 2020

Bucs offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich

If you don’t watch TAMPA TWO twice a week here with Buccaneers legend Derrick Brooks and Ira Kaufman, then you’re usually missing a quality nugget or two you won’t find elsewhere. (more…)

Tom Brady Has Leverage

Sunday, December 6th, 2020

“I’m with ya’ Bruce!”

At the end of the day, the NFL is a business. So keep that foremost in your mind when you read the eye-opening piece by a man who knows business. (more…)

Bucs Set Up For Playoff-Deciding Game Against Vikings

Monday, November 30th, 2020

Despite Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs, multiple NFC games broke the Bucs’ way. And with a 7-5 record, Tampa Bay is more likely to make the playoffs than it was a day ago. (more…)

Ira Kaufman’s 10 Takeaways From Bucs-Chiefs

Sunday, November 29th, 2020

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BY IRA KAUFMAN

Football’s the ultimate team sport. It takes all 22 guys doing their jobs. One man can’t do it alone.

Nonsense.

Rubbish.

Hogwash. (more…)

Did Bucs Forget To Scout Cheetah?

Sunday, November 29th, 2020

“I see you Todd!”

There is no question that Cheetah Hill, the lightning fast receiver of the Chiefs, is one of the best in the game. He’s a big reason why the Chiefs won the Super Bowl last year. (more…)