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Time to Panic?

With the horrible loss at home to the rams behind us yet looking forward to the back-to-back bouts involving last year’s Super Bowl contenders; are you beginning to panic?  Could it be possible for the Bucs to lose both games leaving us at 1-4 at the bye? Well don’t look now but after the possible

Execute and get off the field!!!

Getting off to the fast start is going to be very important, in this next matchup against the Denver Broncos. Denver will head into Raymond James with the idea of winning this football game, they will immediately try to re-establish the run game, which had been their bread and butter offensively, during their Super Bowl season.

Buccaneers and Broncos injury update Sept.29

BUCCANEERS Robert Ayers (ankle) – did not participate Doug Martin (hamstring) – did not participate Cecil Shorts (hamstring) – did not participate Luke Stocker (ankle) – did not participate Joe Hawley (ankle) – limited BRONCOS TE Virgil Green (calf) – did not participate S Shiloh Keo (knee) – limited LB Corey Nelson (ankle) – full

Do the Buccaneers throw too much?

According to Dirk Koetter they do. Head coach Dirk Koetter believes that if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are to be successful they cannot throw the ball 50 times and only running the football 20 times. Over the past couple of games, James has thrown the football over 100 times, 110 to be exact. Compared to

Rookies. Are you ready?

When you have a season following two amazing acquisitions in the likes of Jameis Winston and Kwon Alexander, it’s a tough act to follow. In the NFL, rookies can become your franchise guy just as much as they can not make the team at all. But as we look at the rookies from this year,

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