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So ends the season, one of the most disappointing in team history. THE GOOD It’s over.  It’s blessedly, mercifully over.  Ten straight losses, five straight blowouts, and the end of a sixteen week torture session.  Rejoice fans, you get a whole eight months without having to watch Jeremy Trueblood whiff on blocks, Kellen Winslow draw […]

No excuses. The Titans aren’t the Packers.  They aren’t the Saints, or the Texans, or the 49ers.  They’re not a Super Bowl contender, an elite offense, or a stifling defense.  They’re a team with problems: no offensive playmakers, an underachieving defense, and a crippling inconsistency that threatens their chances at the division crown. They are, […]

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The Good, Bad, & Ugly – Bucs fall to Texans

by Erik Sabol on November 13, 2011

The Good Head coach Raheem Morris promised “changes” in his post-game press conference.  Believe it when you see it, but it’s something.  The normally level-headed Buccaneer figurehead seemed visibly perturbed by the 37-9 loss to Houston — which was appropriate — but it was a far deviation from his normal, cliched, passive responses to reporters […]

Eight years is a long time between victories on Monday night, and even though Hank Williams and his rowdy friends couldn’t make the trip, it was as memorable a victory as Tampa’s had in a long while.  Sold out stadium, prime time football, and some unfinished business from early 2003. The Good It’s wasn’t pretty, […]

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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: Bucs @ Vikings

by Erik Sabol on September 18, 2011

The Good The Buccaneers had several players step up after an anemic first half — notably Josh Freeman, who added another fourth-quarter victory and game-winning drive to his résumé — but the standout was Preston Parker. The second-year receiver out of North Alabama sparked the offense to life, catching passes, returning kicks, and making key […]

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Personnel Groupings: Week 1

by Jim Johnson on September 16, 2011

After an atrocious offensive game plan against the Detroit Lions, in which offensive coordinator Greg Olson used just four different personnel groupings on offense. Here is the breakdown of the personnel groupings used on the 64 plays run by the Bucs offense. 11 personnel (1 RB, 1 TE & 3 WR) 52 (5 runs, 2 […]

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Bucs Others Expecting Big Things From Freeman

by Jim Johnson on August 5, 2011

There’s plenty of reason’s that many want to anoint third year quarterback,  Josh Freeman as an elite player and mention him in the same breathe with some of the games current greats.  For starters Freeman has 7 fourth quarter come-from-behind wins under his belt in only 25 starts. He finished the 2010 season on a […]

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Graham Is Bucs Insurance Policy On Third Down

by Jim Johnson on August 1, 2011

Seventh year running back Earnest Graham, who holds the franchise record for receptions in a single game with 13 is the front runner to replace Carnell Williams as the team third down back at the moment. Offensive coordinator Greg Olson wants to work Kregg Lumpkin, who’s been in the offense for a full year, into […]

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Bucs Interested In Speed Burner, At Receiver?

by Staff Report on February 12, 2011

Buccaneers Beat Writer Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune had an interesting tidbit of draft related news, in his most recent compilation article surrounding the team. Sighting unnamed sources, Cummings penned a paragraph in which he states the Bucs are desperate for a legitimate speed burner at the receiver position. That can blow the top […]

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Olson Being Mentioned As Possible Head Coaching Candidate

by Staff Report on November 18, 2010

Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Greg Olson, you know the coach in charge of developing a scheme and game plan from week to week for his group of experience starved youngsters’  is getting mentioned as a potential head coaching candidate reports Brad Briggs of the Olson, a holdover from Jon Gruden’s staff who wasn’t […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Panthers

by Staff Report on November 14, 2010

In a game that saw the Tampa Bay  Buccaneers jump out to an early lead, thanks in large part to Legarrette Blount’s 17-yard TD run on an impressive helicopter hurdle like spin, in to the endzone and one of the most proficient games by quarterback Josh Freeman, as he completed 75% of his pass attempts […]

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RB Williams On Running Game: “We Need To Man Up As A Whole”

by Staff Report on September 23, 2010

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are averaging 3.3 yards per carry through two games on the ground. The offensive line which was considered a strength, of the team this off-season, has been inconsistent at best. However, the Bucs are 2-0 and offensive coordinator Greg Olson has shown a renewed commitment to stick with the run even […]

After a shaky performance by Josh Johnson, the current back up quarterback left many in Buc Nation wondering whether or not the Bucs would begin the search for an experienced veteran quarterback to back up Josh Freeman. QB Coach Alex Van Pelt told John Ramon of the St. Petersburg Times that Johnson’s “A dynamic guy. […]

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Freeman: “They Tailored An Offense Around Me”

by Staff Report on August 8, 2010

Second year quarterback Josh Freeman entered this off season, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers undisputed starter, for a team that finished the 2009 season with a 3-13 mark. Freeman who went 3-6 in his nine starts completed 158 of his 290 passes for 1,855 yards and 10 touchdowns for the year but also threw 18 […]