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“The Good, Bad, & Ugly” – Falcons @ Bucs

by Erik Sabol on September 26, 2011

It was sloppy.  It was ugly.  And it was about time. With a 16-13 victory, the Bucs snapped a five-game losing streak to Matt Ryan and the Dirty Birds, and — per usual — it took every inch of Tampa’s 295 yards to put away their division rival. The Good Of all the good — […]

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Good, Bad, & The Ugly: Lions

by Blake Hasenzahl on September 11, 2011

Thank God that’s over with. Week one, the team we all had so many expectations for just got demolished by the Detroit Lions. The score doesn’t do the game justice, not at one point beyond the first quarter did I think we actually stood a chance. That was one of the toughest things I’ve ever […]

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Bucs News & Notes: Team Captains Named, Barber The New Iron Man

by Roland Johnson on September 7, 2011

The Bucs team captains for the 2011 season, as voted on by the players are as follows: QB Josh Freeman and C Jeff Faine (offense) and LB Quincy Black and CB Ronde Barber (defense). For special teams the honor has been bestowed upon LB Adam Hayward. Freeman, Faine and Barber are returning team captains, while […]

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Bucs Fall Back To Earth Pass Rushing Wise

by Roland Johnson on August 24, 2011

Against the Kansas City Chiefs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers managed to get pressure 77% of the time the Chiefs quarterbacks dropped back to attempt a pass. With a total of 17 pressures (6 sacks, 8 hurries and 3 quarterback hits) on 22 pass attempts. The defense managed to dictate the game up front and change […]

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Morris Not Worried About Run Defense

by Roland Johnson on August 23, 2011

Despite the flood gates opening for opposing team’s ground games over the past 36-games, head coach Raheem Morris isn’t concerned about stopping the run. Even after, the Bucs defense gave up 200-yards on the ground to the New England Patriots last Thursday. “It’s just a matter of fitting things up,’’ Morris told the Tampa Tribune, […]

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Bucs News & Notes: Foster Getting More First Team Reps

by Staff Report on August 6, 2011

Rookie MLB Mason Foster continues to see his reps with the first team defense increase – in this morning’s walkthrough to prepare for tonight’s practice, at Raymond James Stadium Foster was running with the first team defense and barking out adjustments and audibles. DT Gerald McCoy who suffered a strained right rotator cuff injury, in […]

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McCoy Injures Right Shoulder

by Staff Report on August 5, 2011

Fans in attendance at practice this afternoon got somewhat of a scare as Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2010 first-round pick Gerald McCoy injured his right shoulder during the team’s full squad scrimmage. McCoy was hurt about halfway through the workout making a pass-rush move during an 1-on-1 drill. He immediately removed his shoulder pads and was […]

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Millard: On Roy Miller “He’s A Pitbull”

by Roland Johnson on August 2, 2011

Over the past two NFL drafts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have spent four premium picks on the defensive line; two first rounders and two second rounders on defensive tackles and defensive ends. But the player that’s been with the team the longest is undervalued and under appreciated defensive tackle Roy Miller. Miller, 24, a former […]

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Training Camp: Day 4 Update

by Staff Report on August 1, 2011

With the team practicing in pads for the first time, this training camp, it was the moment most fans waited for. A chance to see, just how rusty the team was after an extended layoff, but more then anything this is where the rubber meets the road for some. It was a chance to separate […]

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Training Camp: Day 3 Update

by Staff Report on July 31, 2011

Receivers come up big: Mike Williams, Sammie Stroughter, Dezmon Briscoe and Preston Parkerall got in on the scoring action Sunday. Towards the end of practice Freeman hit Williams in the back of the endzone over two defenders on a beautiful pass. Williams leaped, hauled in the pass, and was able to tap his toes and […]

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McCoy: “I Tried To Be Sapp Last Year”

by Roland Johnson on July 31, 2011

Second-year defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was thrust into a familiar situation last season as a rookie. Since his days at Oklahoma, he’s been linked to prominent stars, from a teams past. For the Sooners it was Tommie Harris, as a rookie with the Bucs, it was Warren Sapp. It has led McCoy to mimic those […]

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Training Camp: Day Two Update

by Staff Report on July 30, 2011

Josh Freeman who improved his accuracy from his rookie season to his sophomore season, has turned in two incredible days or practice and is on fire today with crisp passes, great accuracy, and hitting receivers in stride. Brain Price continues to pickup where he left off: After being doubled teamed on a first down play […]

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McCoy: “I’m Not An Excuse Maker”

by Staff Report on April 9, 2011

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers first overall selection in the 2010 draft was Oklahoma defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. He was perceived to be a supposed difference maker for a much maligned front four. But after suffering through the muck and mire, of a somewhat non-exhilarating rookie season McCoy ended up flashing the potential that the team […]

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McCoy, Black Could Potentially Be Lost For Season

by Staff Report on December 13, 2010

The Buccaneers continue to lose players at an alarming rate. Entering the game against the Redskins the Bucs had already placed 10 players on injured reserve. Well, that number could possibly grow to 12. With starting strong side linebacker Quincy Black suffering a broken forearm late in the trilling one point victory and Gerald McCoy […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: 49ers

by Staff Report on November 21, 2010

The Buccaneers traveled out west, and struck gold as they soundly defeated the San Francisco 49ers 21-0 behind the play of its defense. The defense held the 49ers offense to 219 yards. But more importantly they accounted for six sacks, two turnovers (1 interception & 1 forced fumble) while surrendering 71 rushing yards (Gore 12 […]