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: February 18, 2012, 11:45:13 AM

From everything I've heard it seems as though the Bucs held the most unorganized practices in the league. The practices were undisciplined with no accountability or structure. That is a far cry from the John Gruden era. If we see a more detailed, structured and organized practice that will not settle for mediocrity I think it will translate to the field on game day. We should have a better idea of what we have going into the preseason.

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#1 : February 18, 2012, 11:47:11 AM

Not only will they be the sloppiest in the league, they will the sloppiest in the history of the NFL.


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#2 : February 18, 2012, 12:09:29 PM

Not only will they be the sloppiest in the league, they will the sloppiest in the history of the NFL.
That was last year. It surely couldn't get any worse? Could it?

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#3 : February 18, 2012, 12:14:08 PM

Not only will they be the sloppiest in the league, they will the sloppiest in the history of the NFL.

Different coaches now. I don't see Schiano running easy practices.

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#4 : February 18, 2012, 12:14:10 PM

Why would anyone think worse with this coaching staff? If nothing else the new staff screams discipline

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#5 : February 18, 2012, 12:17:40 PM

I remember last year, after the loss to New Orleans, Josh Freeman was on the radio talking about how crisp and proficient practice was leading up to the Houston game.  He said it might've been their best week of practice of the season up to that point.

Then, during the blowout loss to the Texans, Rich Gannon was in the booth chastising the Buccaneers.  He said that he attended practice earlier that week -- Freeman's idea of a 'great' practice -- and said it was sloppy and uncoordinated, and the loss to Houston was no surprise.

Hm.


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#6 : February 18, 2012, 12:23:10 PM

Not only will they be the sloppiest in the league, they will the sloppiest in the history of the NFL.


Yeah,but the after practice parties in Hyde Park were highly organized with Morris using a highly disciplined approach on the martini shakers and margarita blenders.


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#7 : February 18, 2012, 01:10:40 PM

Not only will they be the sloppiest in the league, they will the sloppiest in the history of the NFL.

Yeah? I heard they're going to be the sloppiest in the solar system. And maybe the sloppiest in the universe.

Unprecedented!

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#8 : February 18, 2012, 02:36:39 PM

See? Now you guys get it.


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#9 : February 18, 2012, 02:48:38 PM

See? Now you guys get it.

Some of us do. Others? Not so much.

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#10 : February 18, 2012, 02:48:45 PM

Not only will they be the sloppiest in the league, they will the sloppiest in the history of the NFL.
That was last year. It surely couldn't get any worse? Could it?

We can be sloppier.  We will be sloppier. 

It's the Buccaneer Way. 

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#11 : February 18, 2012, 02:52:15 PM


John Gruden would be proud.

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#12 : February 18, 2012, 03:27:30 PM

This team suffered greatly with the new CBA rules - the younger players forgot how to tackle, as was readily apparent after the sixth game of the season. The new regime will need to figure out how to coach with the restrictions of the CBA, otherwise, we'll be doomed again with poor fundamentals.

Just my opinion.
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Offseason workouts will be limited to nine weeks, with two weeks of strength and conditioning, three weeks of instruction with no offense-versus-defense drills and four weeks of organized team activities -- a maximum of three in the first two weeks and maximum of four in the last two weeks.

In the preseason, veterans can report no earlier than 15 days before their team's first game. A first day is limited to physicals and meetings, and no pads or contact are allowed in the second and third day of camp. As has been outlined elsewhere, there will be only one padded practice per day. Including walkthroughs, players cannot be on the field more than four hours per day.

During the regular season, there can be just 14 padded practices for the entirety of the season, 11 of those sessions must be held in the first 11 weeks, and teams can hold no more than two padded practices per week. One padded practice per week is allowed during the playoffs, and all padded practices are limited to three hours max. Also, a bye week must include at least four consecutive days off, including Saturday.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d820e8b52/printable/teams-learn-of-new-regulations-tied-to-ownerapproved-cba

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#13 : February 18, 2012, 05:05:18 PM

I don't like the new rules either Morgan. Goodell is ruining this game.

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#14 : February 18, 2012, 05:19:09 PM


John Gruden would be proud.
Gruden didn't have to practice under the constraints in the new CBA.

Apple and oranges.

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