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JawnyBlaze

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Flea flicker to Cotchery

19 October 2014 - 01:39 PM

Well since the other thread on this went away while I was typing my response, here it is heh.

 

Anyone who questions Shula's incompetency as an OC need only reference this play.  If he looks like a shitty OC, talks like a shitty OC, calls shitty games like a shitty OC, he's a shitty OC.  There is no credible defense for his continued employment.  I told my Bucs friend before that last drive, no huddle time taking Shula out of the equation.  We might finally score.  If not for ludicrous clock management (seriously, timeout before the 3rd and 1 then time out after?  Why not just hurry up the QB sneak and use only 1 timeout?!) we would have had a TD.


NFC Offensive POW

15 October 2014 - 12:32 PM

So rather than Cam's Herculean effort against Cincinnati, the NFC OPOW goes to an OL...I mean, I'm all for recognizing OL for good play but there's no way that guy's game or impact was nearly as huge as Cam's almost 400 yards 3 TDs in the best game of the season yet, while injured and getting ankles twisted and whathaveyou.  This is ridiculous.  I know they don't mean anything, but still.  It's a matter of pride.  Most of us want to see our guys recognized when they deserve it and no way Tyron Smith deserves it over Cam this week.


Zod given a shoutout at PFT

13 October 2014 - 09:49 AM

http://profootballta...a-leg-twisting/

 

Didn't see a thread about this already.  Igo on his way to the big-time! heh

 

 

Charlotte photographer Jeremy Igo captured the Olsen twist, which wasn’t as immediately noticeable as the one on Newton.

 


Bucs beat Saints, IN NEW ORLEANS

05 October 2014 - 03:31 PM

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Whoops, looks like I jumped the gun on this one.


All three of our TOs

05 October 2014 - 01:40 PM

Just wanted to point out that ALL THREE of our turnovers are debatable in my opinion. 

 

1- It looks like KB could have quite possibly had a knee and/or a shoulder down before the ball came out, but I wouldn't argue the call.  Too hard to tell. 

 

2- Cam's arm looked to be going forward on his fumble, I would argue that one was an incomplete pass.  He didn't lose control of the ball until his arm was going forward. 

 

3- The interception moved around very clearly in my opinion and touched the ground.  Pereira even mentioned that the laces spun and said something about whether he came up with control of the ball having bearing on if it was a catch, and Briggs definitely did not.  It popped back up and he snagged it in the air as he was coming up.  I disagree with that being called an INT. 

 

Looks like things are just working against us again this game.


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