This lost stung. Sure, they had one loss and beat us in every statistical category, but crap! We were so close!
Another win and a record setting day for Dougie Fresh Martin! We discuss that and our paper thin secondary with Mark Cook of Pewter Report
So much for the Vikings taking over the north. Our Bucs went up and manhandled the blonde pigtailed Vikings and now have something to build on. Wait, we lost Nicks and Wright. Crap!
Explosive offense all over the field. Rarely a defensive play to be seen. A last second TD that wasn't. A lot of excitement just to go home with a loss. We review it all in detail with Steve White (@sgw94)
Base to beat Brees. We talk keys to victory on both sides of teh ball this week for a televised home game and Throwback celebration!
The Bucs defense if it can stay rested is very good people. Not shying away from that. The offense is starting to adapt and looking like they may have found their sea legs. Now we have to build on that momentum against some better competition.
Well, we wanted competitive and they have been. Now we can taste wins and we crave them. What can the Bucs do to get there? We talk about it in this installment.
We talk about the latest close game that did not result in a win, the evolution of the team, the effort in clawing back into the lead, the status of Josh Freeman and his position as the QB of the Bucs as well as the questionable playcalling in the game that resulted in another loss for a team that could legitimately be undefeated right now but instead is looking up the skirt of the NFC South.
Our offense was offensive. From play calling to execution and topped off by one of Josh'd worst games, the Bucs let another win slip through their fingers and channeled the Bucs teams of old by holding the Cowboys to 20% in the Red Zone keeping it close.
That is some pretty good double entendre' up there folks. We need to not only pressure but sack the elusive Tony Romo. We also need to 'sack up' and run the ball like we mean it. That was what we were sold. Go do it. Will the Bucs be able to do what Seattle and Marshawn did? I hope so and I predicted a big week for Doug Martin.
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