Even though he knows their offense he still has to fight through blocks and get to the QB. I don't expect this kind of success from him every game but he looks like a keeper. Hell, I didn't even expect him to play today.
20th as of Oct. '13. Yeah that's out of date but go to the site and you'll see why this listing still has value. http://www.rsvlts.com/2013/10/24/ranking-the-32-nfl-team-according-to-their-all-time-winning-percentage-with-hq-cheerleader-pictures/
Despite a SB win, the Bucs are best known for losing. Lowest All-time Winning Percentage for Regular Season, current franchises, .385 (235–376–1) Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1976–2014 Lowest All-time Winning Percentage, combined Regular Season and Post Season, .385 (241–385–1) Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1976–2014 Longest Losing Streak, Multiple seasons, 26 games Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 1976–1977 Most consecutive losing seasons, 14 seasons Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 1983–1996
"they don't have the best record when it comes to draft grades" The thing is, we get graded by the same guys who still say our OL sucks and we can't win with our receivers. At least this Schrager guy is looking at the Panthers with more than a glance and a reliance on past FO decisions.
Our 'keep pounding' phrase applies to team building too (and the perception of the organization). Make good decisions for both the short term and long term, with emphasis on the long term to avoid an excessive rebuild mode, and the Panthers really become one of the few teams that don't have to fall apart and be pushovers before they can contend for the SB again.