My third installment of the “Welcome Aboard” series is another player that few fans know about but should get to know because he could end up being a vital part of Dirk Koetter’s offense should he make the 53-man roster. The question is, will he make it? His performance in camp could mean the difference …Read More
This is a new series that I’m starting to occupy my time until training camp starts. In these “Welcome Aboard” pieces, I’ll be introducing Bucs Nation to some of the “under the radar” players that the Bucs have signed or brought in recently that I feel could have a significant impact on the team this season. …Read More
Now that the Bucs 90-man camp roster is pretty much set (there will always be little tweaks here and there, but for the most part it’s set), I decided to take a closer look at this group and see where the interesting position battles will be during training camp. There are a ton of them! …Read More
During one of his post draft press conferences, head coach Dirk Koetter was asked how he wanted this year’s Buccaneers football team to be known. His answer, “As a badass football team!”. Now I realize that this is extremely premature. I mean, the draft just ended less than a week ago. However, on paper this …Read More
Word for the day: sloppy. Lots of drops and lots of misses. Good weather did not lead to a good practice but last year, the team looked amazing in practice and we all know how that ended.
If you aren’t on Periscope, you should be. It is very cool technology. When I am out and about I will be using Periscope and then uploading the content to Youtube. I will try to remind you guys by posting here. Here ya go:
Depth chart looks to be getting more clear but the Guard play is confusing as hell. Take a listen and let me know your thoughts.
Imagine you’re on an episode of Jeopardy. You take “Football” for $400. The clue: “This group can make or break the Buccaneers 2014 season.” In Jeopardy fashion, the answer would undoubtedly be “What is the offensive line?” There are a lot of unknown variables around a team that got completely dismantled this offseason, but the …Read More
Mike James came into last season as Doug Martin’s backup and with low expectations. Martin was to be the workhorse, bellcow type of guy and was sure to get well in excess of 70% of the total running back snaps. The rest would be given principally to Brian Leonard, with James picking up any remaining …Read More
Back at camp after a trip to Canton for Derrick Brook’s enshrinement and I saw some things I like to see and a few things I did not. Highs: Good work in goalline by the 1’s against the 1’s – We have depth at LB (Casillas, Fletcher and Glaud) – Tight Ends improving Lows: Too …Read More