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#15 : August 11, 2010, 10:48:58 AM

I have faith in Mack at the nickel position and playing underneath coverages within the Tampa 2. I am excited to see what Biggers will do, as he will likely get more reps as a result of Lewis' hamstring. They ought to play either him or Mack in the 2nd series, if not both to replace Barber and Talib this weekend.

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#16 : August 11, 2010, 05:54:48 PM

    Mack is not as bad as many of you think. Many a good CB has given up a TD; when he comes back later in the same game and gets an INT, I consider that a plus.
Good point about the pass rush; the lack of any last year really hurt the CB's and S's.
    I didn't expect a rookie to immediately get in the mix. We'll see about Biggers; he was a bit disappointing last year even before his injury... Hopefully he'll improve
this year and stay healthy.



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#17 : August 11, 2010, 07:09:09 PM

At this rate, Lewis, may be on the PUP to start the season. 

Only way he goes on the PUP is if the Bucs own a DeLorean with a flux capacitor.

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#18 : August 11, 2010, 08:14:03 PM

I speak for this entire forum when I say that we NEED Elbert Mack to play well, regardless of Myron Lewis' health. You need to be 4 corners deep to be good at that position and Mack was really inconsistent last year.

Didn't he start to come on once we got back into the T2? Not sure if it was the Bates system of T2.

the pathetic pass rush made it impossible to  judge Mack last year, good or bad
Mack had a couple good games. Seattle and Green Bay come to mind. Let's see what he can do with a pass rush.

Mack got toasted for a 75 yard TD against Green Bay. Just because he ended up with an interception doesn't mean he had a good game.
Let's not jump to the conclusion that Aaron Rodgers is a pushover of a QB. Lots of good DB's got toasted by him.

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#19 : August 10, 2010, 10:31:10 PM

Tampa Bay's hopes for rookie Myron Lewis, the team's third-round draft pick, winning the nickel cornerback job during training camp are in jeopardy due to a serious hamstring injury that has head coach Raheem Morris concerned. Read Scott Reynolds' report on Lewis for Fox Sports by clicking here.

http://pewterreport.com/articles/view/7267

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#20 : August 10, 2010, 10:33:17 PM

Honestly, I didn't expect him to have it even before the injury. I think (as long as he recovers) he'll get the spot by the end of the season though.

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#21 : August 10, 2010, 10:58:57 PM

I speak for this entire forum when I say that we NEED Elbert Mack to play well, regardless of Myron Lewis' health. You need to be 4 corners deep to be good at that position and Mack was really inconsistent last year.

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#22 : August 10, 2010, 11:32:27 PM

I speak for this entire forum when I say that we NEED Elbert Mack to play well, regardless of Myron Lewis' health. You need to be 4 corners deep to be good at that position and Mack was really inconsistent last year.

Didn't he start to come on once we got back into the T2? Not sure if it was the Bates system of T2.


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#23 : August 10, 2010, 11:40:41 PM

I speak for this entire forum when I say that we NEED Elbert Mack to play well, regardless of Myron Lewis' health. You need to be 4 corners deep to be good at that position and Mack was really inconsistent last year.

He's been lit like a candle this offseason so right now I'm more concerned about Lewis stepping up because Mack at CB3 is not a happy thought.

All posts are opinions in case you are too stupid to figure that out on your own without me saying it over and over.

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#24 : August 10, 2010, 11:50:36 PM

Let's trade for Revis. Put  Rhonde back at nickle. And slide M. Lewis back at safety!( Hey... a man can dream can't he?) ;D

Damn Rah :-/.

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#25 : August 11, 2010, 12:23:20 AM

He's been hurt the entire camp? I didn't realize that...

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#26 : August 11, 2010, 12:25:58 AM

Let's trade for Revis. Put Rhonde back at nickle. And slide M. Lewis back at safety!( Hey... a man can dream can't he?) ;D
we wish!

I just can't see my boy Tebow playing in any other jersey except the ol' Bucs.  If someone else ends up stealing him from us I will have a hard time staying a hardcore Bucs fan for life. 

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#27 : August 11, 2010, 12:45:18 AM

I speak for this entire forum when I say that we NEED Elbert Mack to play well, regardless of Myron Lewis' health. You need to be 4 corners deep to be good at that position and Mack was really inconsistent last year.

Didn't he start to come on once we got back into the T2? Not sure if it was the Bates system of T2.

the pathetic pass rush made it impossible to  judge Mack last year, good or bad

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#28 : August 11, 2010, 01:27:06 AM

I speak for this entire forum when I say that we NEED Elbert Mack to play well, regardless of Myron Lewis' health. You need to be 4 corners deep to be good at that position and Mack was really inconsistent last year.

Didn't he start to come on once we got back into the T2? Not sure if it was the Bates system of T2.

the pathetic pass rush made it impossible to  judge Mack last year, good or bad
Mack had a couple good games. Seattle and Green Bay come to mind. Let's see what he can do with a pass rush.

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#29 : August 11, 2010, 02:13:10 AM

I speak for this entire forum when I say that we NEED Elbert Mack to play well, regardless of Myron Lewis' health. You need to be 4 corners deep to be good at that position and Mack was really inconsistent last year.

Didn't he start to come on once we got back into the T2? Not sure if it was the Bates system of T2.

the pathetic pass rush made it impossible to  judge Mack last year, good or bad
Mack had a couple good games. Seattle and Green Bay come to mind. Let's see what he can do with a pass rush.

Mack got toasted for a 75 yard TD against Green Bay. Just because he ended up with an interception doesn't mean he had a good game.
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