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Personnel Groupings: Week 1

by Roland 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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Video Highlights: Week 9 Falcons

by Staff Report on November 8, 2010

Even though the young Josh Freeman lead Buccaneers fell a yard short in a come back bid against one of their division rivals, the Atlanta Falcons. There were still several highlights. Courtesy of NFL Network below you will find a few of the more memorial plays along with video footage from the teams official website. […]

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King: “Bucs Development Stunning”

by Staff Report on October 11, 2010

As only he can do SportsIllustrated.com’s, senior NFL writer Peter King sums up the development of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers young improving nucleolus of talent as “stunning” in his latest rendition of Monday Morning Quarterback. But whats even more news worthy is in surprising turn over events King has Josh Freeman on his MVP Watch […]

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Spurlock’s Catch Could Ignite Controversy Over Catch Rule?

by Staff Report on October 11, 2010

Micheal Spurlock’s toe tapping sideline catch, late in the fourth quarter, of an almost improbable come from behind win for the Bucs against the defending AFC North champs, Cincinnati Bengals. Has former Bucs beat writer Don Banks, now of SportsIlustrated.com confused, so much so, that as he see’s it, the “PHANTOM” catch will surely reignite […]