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Dirk or Monk – Who should call the plays Week 1 in New Orleans?

Boy has this been a hot debate over the last few weeks. Dirk Koetter allowed offensive coordinator Todd Monken to assume playcalling duties during the preseason. The results? An aggressive, downfield attacking style passing offense that was putting points on the board against opposing defenses almost at will. A complete 180 from the vanilla offense …Read More

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The Verdict Is In – Breaking down the Bucs final 53-man roster

The preseason is over, which means it’s time for teams to whittle their rosters down from 90 players to the final 53 players. The Bucs did just that on Saturday releasing their trimmed down team to the public. Most of the cut downs were as expected, but there were a few surprises and some other …Read More

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On the Bubble…who helped themselves & who hurt themselves in this final preseason game?

The fourth preseason game is like the NFL’s version of the Hunger Games. It’s a fight for survival for some guys. It’s typically the last chance for those “bubble guys”  to show the coaching staff what they have to offer the team and give them a reason to keep them around. At this point in …Read More

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My Final Cuts – Who’s in and Who’s Out on the Bucs 53-man Roster

Three down and one to go. The starters are done until New Orleans, but there’s still a few positions that will be under the microscope in this final preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. With most of the final 53-man roster pretty much set, I figured I would go ahead and take a stab at …Read More

ThrowBuc Thursday: 2002 vs 2018 – How does this year’s defense stack up to the one that won a Super Bowl?

For many of us Bucs fans, the most memorable moment in franchise history was when they won their only Super Bowl. We all remember where we were and what we were doing when our Jon Gruden and Malcolm Glazer hoisted that Lombardi Trophy. That 2002 defense played a major part in getting them there and in …Read More