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Blount in 2011

by Erik Sabol on July 12, 2011

“[LeGarrette Blount will have] more rushing yards than AP or CJ2K. Now, it’s a BOLD prediction – it has to be outrageous to be considered bold – but it could happen.” So sayeth Matthew Berry, the award-winning writer and proprietor of RotoPass.com. Both running backs –  Chris Johnson and Adrian Peterson – were Pro Bowlers […]

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Lockout: Day 120

by Blake Hasenzahl on July 10, 2011

When will this end? This huge cloud over all of our heads. The 10oz filet mignon that is being dangled in front of our faces. The NFL season seems a hop, skip and a jump away, yet it’s not. We see videos over DeMaurice Smith and posse rolling into the Ritz in trench coats sipping […]

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Questions Plentiful For Week 5

by Lee C on October 6, 2009

Despite the likelihood that the Bucs are heading into an almost certain loss in Week 5 against the vaunted Philadelphia Eagles, we here at BucsCentral have come up with a few questions that we are excited to see the answers to this Sunday. Hey, we’ve got find some reasons to watch the games right? Other […]

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Opinion: Leftwich, Make Way for Freeman

by Paul Mueller on September 23, 2009

It’s ugly. There’s no argument and there’s no way around it. And since a tough schedule suggests it’s only going to get uglier, there’s only one way to absolve the catastrophe that is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under center. You guessed it: Human sacrifice. It’s time for change. It’s time for the future of the franchise […]

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Opinion: Bucs Defense in for a Rough Year

by Paul Mueller on September 14, 2009

Cornerback Aqib Talib threw his body onto the bench in frustration after a blown assignment in the secondary led to another long touchdown pass in the Buccaneers’ season opener against Dallas on Sunday. And as he pounded the bench with his fist, nearly knocking others to the ground, he embodied all that it meant to […]