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Jeremy Igo

Tampa Bay hires Bruce Arians as head coach

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Bruce Arians is now head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

 

This improves the Bucs tremendously. No way around it. Arians is a solid coach with a lot of young talent on that team.

 

Not great news for the Panthers, when lately have struggled with the Bucs under a bad head coach.

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2 minutes ago, Sean Payton's Vicodin said:

We are 3-3 vs the bucs since 2016

How many of those losses did Cam play? 

1?

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I dont see us winning a single division game next season tbh. Smallbrains will tell you that Ron "owns Arians" but fail to account for the fact that the panthers matched up very well against those cardinal teams who had a mediocre linebacker core. They are in for a shock 

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10 minutes ago, RoaringRiot said:

Have they really struggled against the Bucs though? 

3-3 againat a team that hasn't made the playoffs in over a decade ain't great.

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3 minutes ago, Sean Payton's Vicodin said:

We are 3-3 vs the bucs since 2016

I can see why you used 2016 as a starting point since we won six in a row against them before that. 

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Also @Sean Payton's Vicodin I didn’t mean that to suggest I think we are in position to be competitive against the Bucs. Was moreso curious about how many of those losses fell on Cam vs DA.

I recall DA completely blowing one game throwing a pick at the goal line.

I agree that as it stands we likely are the worst team in our division. 

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1 minute ago, Jeremy Igo said:

3-3 againat a team that hasn't made the playoffs in over a decade ain't great.

9-3 in the last six years ain’t “struggling”, homie

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3 minutes ago, mjligon said:

How many of those losses did Cam play? 

1?

2, because ron played cam at the end of the failed 2016 season and ruined his throwing arm in the process

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1 minute ago, RoaringRiot said:

I can see why you used 2016 as a starting point since we won six in a row against them before that. 

Yeah anything before that is ancient history. We arent a 15-1 team anymore

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Just now, RoaringRiot said:

9-3 in the last six years ain’t “struggling”, homie

You use three years because that is the only thing that is relevant. What happened in 2015 with a roster and coaching stafd that was 80% different means nothing now. It's a what have you done for me lately league for a reason.

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1 minute ago, Sean Payton's Vicodin said:

Yeah anything before that is ancient history. We arent a 15-1 team anymore

If we are just going to use that kind of logic to support a claim then we are 3-1 in the last four. 

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Bottom line is there is little doubt that Tampa Bay improves with this news. Arians is a good coach, something the Bucs haven't had since Tony Dungy.

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4 minutes ago, RoaringRiot said:

If we are just going to use that kind of logic to support a claim then we are 3-1 in the last four. 

Even in 2017 we still struggled. Remember the Christmas Eve game? We couldn't move the ball against that poo defense. Now they get Todd bowles who is a good dc

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