From the monthly archives:

September 2010

Posted in General News

King Backtracks From 2 Win Season

by Staff Report on September 13, 2010

Famed Sports Illustrated columnist and writer of Monday Morning Quarterback, Peter King side stepped and back pedaled a bit in his most recent kickoff edition of MMQB. Before the start of the regular season, King was one of the many experts who predicted straight out doom and gloom for the Bucs with a projection of […]

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Freeman’s Thumb, Accuracy & Timing

by Staff Report on September 13, 2010

Like many fanatics who watched the game yesterday, I’m sure I am not the only one who was a bit puzzled, by Josh Freeman‘s new sidearm delivery. That was present in the season opener. The three quarter or sidearm delivery that was unveiled was a bit perplexing to watch. Not knowing whether it was a […]

Posted in Good Bad & The Ugly

Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 1

by Staff Report on September 12, 2010

In what many considered an ugly win, but a positive sign the Bucs as a team in the second half played with a physical presence. After allowing the Browns to rush for 87 yards in the first half. A suspect run defense held the Browns to just 17 yards on the ground in the second […]

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Week 1 Video Highlights

by Staff Report on September 12, 2010

The Buccaneers edge out the Browns 17-14 in their home opener. Below are post game interviews and highlights from the match up. From rookie Mike Williams spectacular self tip for his first NFL touchdown to Micheal Spurlock’s game winning 33 yard touchdown strike from Josh Freeman. All video’s are courtesy of the good people of […]

Posted in Game Previews

Game Preview: Browns vs Bucs Week 1

by Staff Report on September 11, 2010

Cleveland leads the all-time series, 5-2, with the Buccaneers taking the last two meetings after the Browns won the first five. Tampa Bay won its first meeting over the Browns by a score of 17-3 at Raymond James Stadium in 2002. Tampa Bay would make it two-in-a-row over the Browns, as the Bucs won 22-7 […]

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Lake Calling The Defensive Plays?

by Staff Report on September 10, 2010

It was believed that when Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach, Raheem Morris jettisoned former defensive coordinator Jim Bates towards the end of last season and took over the reins to the defense and began calling plays he would continue that role for the foreseeable future. Well it now appears that Morris has relinquished the actual […]

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Barber Heaps Praise On Rookie Receiver Williams

by Staff Report on September 9, 2010

Veteran corner, Ronde Barber who’s been around the block a time or two has seen his fair share of rookie receivers during his storied 14-year career in the NFL. Barber, a five-time Pro Bowler heaped praise on receiver Mike Williams telling Anwar S. Richardson of the Tampa Tribune “I’ve never seen a rookie come in […]

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Bucs One Of NFL’s Least Popular Teams

by Staff Report on September 9, 2010

The Nielsen Company, a media-research firm, which measures media exposure on TV and online, performed a first-of-its-kind study this summer for ranking the popularity of NFL teams based on each team’s local and national TV rankings, how often they’re mentioned on the Internet and how many visitors they attract to their official team websites. The […]