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Good Bad & The Ugly

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 17

by Staff Report on January 3, 2010

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, were riding a two game win streak into today’s final, but looked total out of sync on offense. Josh Freeman making his team leading 9th start of the season completed 16-of-32 passes for 174 yards, 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions. The ground game disappeared once again and the Bucs finished the […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 16

by Staff Report on December 27, 2009

Could this be an upset of epic portions or just a fluke win? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are just the second team in NFL history to knock off a 13-game winner, after complying atleast 12 losses. The other was the Green Bay Packers in 2006, when they defeated the Seattle Seahawks. After a dreadful start […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 14

by Staff Report on December 13, 2009

Talk about a team totally regressing, 124 yards of offense 3-points scored and just a total lack of fight. The Bucs have spiraled out of control – shrouded in a gloomy haze. The team is the perfect picture of ineptness. It starts at the very top of the organization and trickles down. Owners who presume […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 13

by Staff Report on December 6, 2009

It would seem, that we here at BucsCentral.com are beginning to sound like a broken record, but yet another week goes by and the team finds a new way to lose a football game. Having the second ranked offense in the redzone this season the Bucs completely feel apart against the Panthers. Rookie Josh Freeman […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 12

by Staff Report on November 29, 2009

Another week, another loss, sure the losses continue to mount, but after sacking their second coordinator this season the team actually made strides. The defense played downhill and made plenty of tackles for loss. The starting linebackers of Barrett Ruud, Geno Hayes and Quincy Black combined for 30 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble and […]

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GOOD, BAD & THE UGLY: WEEK 11

by Staff Report on November 22, 2009

Another week another loss for the Buccaneers, fans should exercise extreme patience when judging the maturation process of rookie Josh Freeman. From the beginning everyone knew Freeman needed time to develop and would have some down right horrid games if he was inserted as the starter, but after two solid performances in which he gave […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 10

by Staff Report on November 15, 2009

Making only his second NFL career start and first road start, rookie signal caller, Josh Freeman shook off a case of the fumbles to lead the team down the field in the final minutes of the game for what many believed was the go ahead touchdown. Leading 23-22 with 1:14 left in the game the […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 9

by Staff Report on November 8, 2009

Loveable losers, no more! Bucs win! The Bucs snapped an eleven game losing streak dating back to the 2008 season. It was a game a first. Creamsicle uniforms for the first time in 13-years, Josh Freeman made his first start, threw his first touchdown passes, Elbert Mack had his first NFL interception, Michael Bennett and […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 7

by Staff Report on October 25, 2009

Outmanned, out coached, – the Bucs continue to fight. With no shot in hell against a far superior team in the Patriots. The Bucs drop to zero-dash-seven and have now lost 11 straight games dating back to last season. For those who shouted from the mountain tops that they wanted rookie signal caller Josh Freeman […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 6

by Staff Report on October 19, 2009

It was ugly, there’s no doubt about it, don’t look now but 0-16 is a real distinct possibility. The team will be hard pressed to win any game on its remaining schedule, couple that with the plan to start Freeman after the bye week and there might not be enough film in the free world […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 5

by Staff Report on October 11, 2009

Bad decisions, play calling, penalties and a porous defense along with a myriad of dropped passes from receivers did the Bucs in against the Philadelphia Eagles. It seems like it’s a bad dream every week, the team does the same exact thing expecting different results. Until and only when the team decides to change things […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 4

by Roland Johnson on October 4, 2009

Signs of life from a porous defense fueled the battle hardened youngsters to a near win against the Washington Redskins. Many had the Bucs as little more then an afterthought with a QB making his first NFL start, but through four quarters the Bucs played tough and tried to battle back for a win, after […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 2

by Roland Johnson on September 21, 2009

Two weeks into the 2009 regular season – the Bucs are 0-2 and facing the realization that after next weeks game against the New York Football Giants, they could be 0-3 and in trouble of the entire season being flushed down the crapper. Is it time to hit the panic button – throw caution to […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 1

by Roland Johnson on September 13, 2009

Not many gave the Bucs a fighting chance against the Cowboys, but they hung around long enough to make the game interesting till the fourth quarter. Dropped passes, blown coverage and miscues on special teams ultimately did the team in. Good: Byron Leftwich – For as awful as Byron looked in the pre-season. He showed […]

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Vintage Hope

by Nick Menchaca on June 7, 2009

Maybe you’ve seen the grim schedule. The one that pits us against teams with a combined winning percentage of .580 (without Tom Brady). Maybe you’ve noticed the lack of marquee star power that reside on the Buccaneers’ roster. Not enough to even warrant a prime-time game. Yet, Bucs fans, I heed you to take a […]