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Bucs Maddening

by Jim Johnson on September 26, 2016

Emotionless, lackluster, uninspiring and heartless for the most part describes, the players on this team! There is a disease coursing through the veins of some. It’s, as though some are afraid of success or do not know how to embrace expectations. it’s as though, most if not, the majority of players are in an enigmatic […]

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Jameis Winston Accuracy Chart: Week 2

by Jim Johnson on September 25, 2016

Jameis Winston, against the Arizona Cardinals was harassed for much of the day! The Cardinals defense sent 5 or more rushers at Winston on 48% of his dropbacks. A trend that is sure to continue throughout the remainder of the teams games, until Winston shows a  consistency to beat pressure. Another alarming trend, that seems to be highlighted […]

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Analysing Koetter WK2: Play By Play Data Extrapolation

by Jim Johnson on September 23, 2016

As a means to gain far greater insight into the mind of Dirk Koetter, I have taken the task of breakdown the play by play data to reveal personal tendencies.

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Jameis Winston Accuracy Chart: Week 1

by Jim Johnson on September 13, 2016

Jameis Winston was efficient versus the Atlanta Falcons, spreading the ball around to eight different receivers. Winston was pressured on 7 attempts. He had one pass dropped, which was at the 59-second mark remaining in the 3rd quarter by Vincent Jackson. Winston was 5 of 8 on third down passing. The chart below depicts the distance the […]

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Winston’s Day Passing Versus Atlanta

by Staff Report on September 12, 2016

Jameis Winston was on the cusp of breaking franchise records! The last time a Buccaneers, starting quarterback passed for over 280-yards and four touchdowns in an opening season game was Steve Deberg, against the Atlanta Falcons, in the 1987 season opener. Deberg carved up the Falcons defense to the tune of  333 yards on 24 […]

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Why Not The Bucs!

by Jim Johnson on September 10, 2016

As I typed on twitter, shortly after hearing the news, that the Buccaneers had decided to fire head coach Lovie Smith; Holding out hope GM Jason Licht’s first head coaching hire declares war on the NFL!  – like most fans, I live and die with the ebb and flow of the Bucs, through the highs […]

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Buc Sign Cecil Shorts Bolster Receiver Depth

by Staff Report on September 7, 2016

In somewhat of an expected move, to bolster the teams’ depth, at receiver. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and free agent receiver Cecil Shorts have agreed to terms on a contract. The addition of Shorts, gives the team an experienced veteran option, should newly anointed slot receiver, Adam Humphries not fulfill the hype. Terms on the contract […]

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Bucs Working Out Receivers

by Staff Report on September 6, 2016

Per multiple reports the Buccaneers are scheduled to work out two receivers, today at One Buc Place. One being recently released Houston Texan Cecil Shorts and the other being former Indianapolis Colts wide out Mekale McKay. It’s telling – as the front office continues to bring in additional candidates to kick the tires on potential […]

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Buc What Ya Heard!!!!

by Staff Report on September 6, 2016

If your a fanatical fan, of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, I highly recommend you give Gene “Superhvyweight” Thomas a follow on youtube.com.  He’s a well reasoned voice, grounded in his football fandom, in a sea of whimsical fans.  Gene gives thorough breakdowns of the team – calls it like he sees it. In the video […]

Dirk Koetter was asked by the local pen and mic club about his confidence level heading in to the regular season opener, as a first time NFL head coach, Koetter responded with a candid, if not downright honest answer; one that will surely have fans, ears perk up – while noting this was a downfall […]

The Chicago Sun-Times, is reporting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded for former Wisconsin and Chicago Bear 2011 first-round selection (29th overall) T Gabe Carimi. The move effectively addresses, on paper, depth concerns on the offensive line for the Bucs. Adam Schefter of ESPN, via his Twitter feed is reporting the Bucs will send a […]

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Bucs Trivia Wednesday #2

by Erik Sabol on September 19, 2012

On October 24th, 1993, a 39-year-old Steve DeBerg became the oldest player in the history of the franchise.  On the other end of the timeline, can you name the youngest player ever deployed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? – In 1997, with hopes of energizing one of the league’s poorest offenses, head coach Tony Dungy […]

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Bucs 16, Panthers 10 – Surprising start to the season

by Erik Sabol on September 9, 2012

Months ago, when the Glazers chose coach Greg Schiano to inherit the ruins that Raheem Morris left behind, we assumed their selection was based on Schiano’s character and method — a roughshod drill sergeant who was, for all intents and purposes, the exact opposite of Morris. We weren’t wrong in that assumption.  In fact, the […]

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Bucs at Washington: Wrapping up the Preaseason

by Erik Sabol on August 29, 2012

Thank God the preseason doesn’t count, because the Buccaneers were just shellacked 30-3 by Washington’s second-stringers.  Tampa’s depth chart has all the depth of an inflatable kiddie pool.  Seriously, is there any position with adequate backup?  The Redskins’ second and third units absolutely wrecked Tampa Bay, and created some serious questions about the unified strength […]

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Patriots at Bucs: The Preseason Peak

by Erik Sabol on August 24, 2012

It’s been a year and a half since Josh Freeman looked comfortable throwing long routes.  The gargantuan passer showcased improved footwork and decent timing, but the nagging inaccuracy from a year ago still pulls his throws off course.  It’s preseason, and as fans, we’re privy only to the superficial workings of Mike Sullivan’s offense… but […]