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Dust Off And Move On.

Is it just me or does it seem like every year, the Buccaneers have at least one game like they had this past Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings? Last year, if you’ll recall, it was the Arizona Cardinals. It doesn’t help that the Bucs were struck with the injury bug early this season, and that

Noah Spence’s Shoulder Injury.

The Buccaneers defense had a field day against the Chicago Bears, but at what cost? Five defensive players got hurt either before or during the game and were out for last week’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. One of the key players lost during the Vikings game was second year DE Noah Spence. Spence was

Secondary Got Picked Apart!

Last Sunday the Buccaneers secondary just got destroyed by Case Keenum. Honestly, if I didn’t know it was the Kennum playing I would have thought Peyton Manning came out of retirement to play in this game. Keenum threw for 369 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Vikings just picked apart, Ryan Smith and Vernon Hargreaves all

Buccaneers May Have Dodged A Bullet.

Lavonte David went down with an injury against the Vikings on Sunday and many worried he could be sidelined for the next 4 to 6 weeks. Luckily, an MRI today revealed that his injury may not be quite as severe as it initially appeared to be. The MRI confirmed that David indeed does not have

Just A Really Bad Day.

On Sunday, the Bucs seemed to sleepwalk through the game against the Vikings in Minnesota. Tampa Bay was basically blown out, 34-17. The Buccaneers started slow, made too many mental mistakes and were plagued by the turnover bug. Jameis Winston finished the game with two touchdown and three interceptions. DeSean Jackson found the end zone

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