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Morris more dynamic routes being installed

by Roland Johnson on September 9, 2009

Whether it was the right time or not to fire Tampa Bay’s offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski, and promote QB’s coach Greg Olson to offensive coordinator will never be known, the simply fact of the matter is head coach Raheem Morris seems pleased with the early returns on what many criticized as a shocking move ten […]

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Ex-Buc Jagodzinski a phony?

by Roland Johnson on September 3, 2009

Lack of direction, disarray, and just overall  aloof can sum up the brief stint of former Buccaneers offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski with the team. Looking for precision and a sense of direction it got neither as time went on. It seems, that the Bucs or in this case Raheem Morris and Mark Dominik were looking […]

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Bucs’ offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski fired

by Roland Johnson on September 3, 2009

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers drop a bombshell, as they fired Offensive Coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski. Details are shaky at the moment, but after recent comments to the effect, that it’s not his decision on who the teams starting signal caller will be for 2009, one has to wonder if there was something brewing in the halls […]

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Cadillac Williams the starter?

by Roland Johnson on August 28, 2009

Four running backs one football, during last nights telecast of the game, I found it quite amusing that the duo of Joe Buck & Troy Aikman who were calling the game for FOX, suggested that Raheem Morris and offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski are pulling for oft-injured running back Cadillac Williams to secure the role as […]

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Bucs’ Black & Mack shining through first week

by Roland Johnson on August 8, 2009

Maximizing one’s talent is exactly what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are doing with outside linebacker Quincy Black.  Joe Barry, explained that Black will be an every down player in 09′ for a defense that will use his talents in a “hybrid” type role. “You’ve got to find a way to keep an explosive athlete like […]

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Jagodzinski promises an improved ground game

by Roland Johnson on July 20, 2009

New Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski promises that the running game will be successful in 2009, a unit that has never ranked higher then 11th  since 2002 with a seven year overall league average of 21st. The Bucs three highest ranking years in rushing yards since 2002 has been 11th in 2007, 14th […]

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Bucs offense a potential juggernaut

by Roland Johnson on June 18, 2009

Bucky Brooks, of NFL.com scribes that Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans might want to get accustomed to watching a prolific offense under the guidance of new offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski. Typically you don’t hear juggernaut used as an adjective to describe anything related to the Bucs offense. But, Brooks is optimistic that with the weapons that […]

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Bucs Freeman pushing to become starter in 09′

by Roland Johnson on June 17, 2009

With veteran signal caller Byron Leftwich’s shaky outings, to this point in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers OTAs & mandatory mini camp the team has reevaluated there plan on rookie quarterback Josh Freeman for the upcoming season. Just days after quarterback’s coach Greg Olson said that the team had, had discussion about the direction they would […]

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Bucs OL coach Mangurian breaks silence

by Roland Johnson on May 27, 2009

Jim Flynn, of PewterReport.com has a good interview with Tampa Bay Buccaneers new offensive line coach Pete Mangurian, Mangurian has a history with Raheem Morris, the hand picked coach to take the team to the promise land, but what many might not have known is that he has also worked with the teams new offensive […]

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Jags: Bucs will run downhill

by Roland Johnson on April 1, 2009

Gone, are the days of a pass first offense, under new offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski the Buccaneers will transform one of the teams supposed assets into its greatest strengths, with the help of the zone blocking scheme. Look for repeated repetition to allow for a much more assertive mentality out of the front five, there […]

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Faine: New ZBS right up lines alley

by Roland Johnson on March 26, 2009

Jeff Faine, 28, enters his second season as the team starting center, but feels that the new zone blocking scheme being implemented by new offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski and new offensive line coach Pete Mangurian is a much better fit for the personnel that has been assembled over the past several seasons along the offensive […]

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Dominik – Has a clear plan

by Roland Johnson on February 25, 2009

After reviewing the current actions of new General Manager Mark Domink and Head Coach Raheem Morris it is very clear the team is “rebuilding” even though Dminik doesn’t like to use the word an prefers the word “reloading” either way a message was sent loud an clear today that the team is basically starting from […]