Hey there folks! My name is J.C. De La Torre! I like long walks on the beach and finding that special…hold up, no that’s something else. Sorry about that! It gives me great pleasure to be a contributing writer for this amazing site dedicated to my beloved Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Some of you have seen …Read More
Happy Fourth of July, everyone. I hope you and yours have a safe and pleasant holiday weekend. While many are thinking about barbecue and freedom, I’m thinking of a different type of fireworks – the ones that Jameis Winston and the boys will start throwing in a few weeks. We’ve all been hearing the buzz. …Read More
Can you believe training camp is right around the corner? Typically for football fans, particularly ones that follow a team that doesn’t qualify for the postseason, the off-season can be one long dragged out trek back to the comfort zone of seeing that pigskin flying and Drew Brees get knocked on his backside. Sure, there …Read More
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went on the national stage against America’s team and were weighed, measured and found a bit wanting against the Cowboys. Still, the Bucs are in the middle of the playoff chase with a good chance to give their fans a big time Christmas present.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won for the fifth straight time, the first time they’ve done that since the Super Bowl season of 2002. It has Buc fans believing that this might be the year the playoff drought comes to an end. Of course, the New Orleans Saints continued to be a thorn in those plans …Read More
It’s real now, folks. The Buccaneers find themselves smack dab in the middle of the NFC playoff chase, heading down the December stretch after rallying past a pesky San Diego Chargers team on the road. Whether the Bucs can do it or not, at least we’re not talking draft, amiright?
Let it be said on a fall Sunday in late November of 2016 the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced to the rest of the National Football League that they were no longer Pewter clad pushovers of the past, that Raymond James Stadium would no longer be a vacation spot and yes, Virginia, there is a Buccaneer …Read More
Now that, ladies and gentlemen of WhatTheBucdom, was a win. It wasn’t a fluke, like that upset in Pittsburgh in Lovie’s first year. It wasn’t beating up on a bad team. It wasn’t a close but no cigar, like that close loss in Seattle during Schiano’s last season (the 0-8 Bucs taking on the 7-1 …Read More
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers snapped a two game losing streak by dismantling the hapless Chicago Bears. It was the Bucs’ first home win of the season and set the table for an interesting week. The Bucs have proven they can beat a bad team but can they stay on the field with a good one?
Why? Because we have to.