So much for competitive. Tonight we will commisserate.

Never a crew to turn away from misery, we at WTB? will be live tonight at 7:00 PM. Tune in as we break down what went wrong this Sunday as the Saints came in and after a slow start demolished our Buccaneers. Josh Freeman looked human which, in my opinion, is good. Humility is important and an NFL quarterback will have to learn how to deal with poor games if he hopes to grow and excel in the league. This will be a good test of Freeman who came into the league with many questioning his work ethic and mental toughness. After a bad outing yesterday, the young signal caller will need to get his head on straight and get back to the lab.

The game was intersting for about 2.25 quarters and then the disparity in turnovers and the offensive strength of the Saints overpowered our rebuilding franchise. The Saints fans were out in full force and the Bucs faithful, smaller in number by the week, were seen hitting the parking lots in the 3rd quarter. Tonight we will discuss:

  1. News from around the league
  2. Injury status
  3. Gameday note (Tailgate and another security issue!)
  4. Skulls and Swords (get them in early!)
  5. Game breakdown
  6. Mailbag
  7. Water Cooler

It is always easier to support a winner folks. I am saddened by the Tampa fans locally but more upsetting is that I am not surprised. See you this evening for our weekly support group!


ChefRed

A lifelong Buccaneers fan that began working in the restaurant industry when he was 16, Chef Red continued this career while growing to love tailgating at the Buccaneers games. Started out with two small hibachi grills and a passion to cook. Began meeting up with the WTB? Tailgate Krewe and Captain Rino in 2007. During the Mike Alstott retirement party Chef Red and the rest of the current tailgate Krewe came up with a great plan to make the biggest and best tailgate party in the Tampa Bay area. Now residing off of Ohio Avenue the tailgate has grown into a special event for every Buccaneers home game. The addition of "Grillaneer" in 2011 which is a 20 foot customer smoker on a dual axel car carrier has grown the selection of food farther than what two hibachi grills can handle. Chef Red tailors his menu for every incoming opponent and tries something new each game. Rather it is hundreds of pounds of pulled pork, ribs, chicken, or even smoked salmon there is always something for everyone. Chef Red makes almost all of his own sauces, rubs, and side dishes with his own spin to please the crowds. Chef Red's motto is "Tailgating with Attitude" which speaks to his love of the Buccaneers and feeding the massive crowds at the tailgate. Chef Red

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