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Did The Team Overlook The Bucs?

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Saints**, Falcons both swept us last year and the Giants the SB champs

I don't want to criticize, but I think that's the calmest I've seen Cam after a loss since he started. I know he's maturing but it just seemed like once the game was over they was already focused on going back home for the Saints**. The whole play calling was just bizarre, like we still was in the pre-season. Man I hope we win

I also saw Beast post-game interview, he seemed more happy about coming back than the loss, which is understandable but its like damn you just lost to the Bucs

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Overlooking and/or looking forward is in my opinion much much worse than simply getting outplayed.

I certainly hope that is not the case. .

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I think we out to the Bucs with the same gameplan we used last year against them. The Bucs have pulled a full 180 however though, not in terms of talent, but in terms of mentality and playstyle.

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The team should forget about going down to Tampa early in the week. I don't think that helped.

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I think the bottom line is Tampa employed the only game plan they could have to beat us. They then executed that game plan perfectly and won.

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Cant say the team overlooked them, but can say more than a few on this forum did the 38-10 (and the like) game predictions and all the talk about how easily we would trash them. It never fails to amaze me how folks who have no inside information, aren't a part of the organization, and only know what yahoo/espn/ misc. news outlets spits out, or otherwise their own loyalty, can say with such confidence that we will win against such and such team.

That's why I love this place..its always good for a few laughs. :D

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Stop talking about the stupid Bucs game and concentrate on the Saints*.

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Did the huddle overlook the Bucs?

Was getting ready to type the exact thing.

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