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#15 : September 09, 2012, 07:33:49 PM

Dungy Era? Ill take that! If we're this good game one, the sky's the limit!

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#16 : September 09, 2012, 07:39:45 PM

Dungy Era? Ill take that! If we're this good game one, the sky's the limit!
Its definitely a step in the right direction. Offensively we got to execute better. (Larsen+Trueblood)

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#17 : September 09, 2012, 07:44:51 PM

Freeman had under 20 yards passing in the 2nd Half.



Wow.

Freeman had one 30 yd reception called back, and his receivers had 3-4 drops, one of which could have been another 30 yards... He also only had 10 or 11 attempts in the second half


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#18 : September 09, 2012, 07:46:20 PM

Freeman had under 20 yards passing in the 2nd Half.



Wow.

And we lost didn't we .....

Oh wait...

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#19 : September 09, 2012, 07:46:31 PM

It was a very Dungy like... Except for 6 minutes left in the game with the ball Dungy would have run the ball three times and made them use their timeouts...and we should have done the same but I'm not complaining.. What a great win.. OH HAPPY DAY!!!
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#20 : September 09, 2012, 07:47:42 PM

Nothin' wrong with pounding the rock baby! :)

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#21 : September 09, 2012, 07:47:56 PM

That is as accurate as I've ever seen Freeman. Idiots on this board that didn't see the game will think that he played poorly in the 2nd half.  TBC hit the nail on the head. Freeman's throws we're on the money.

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#22 : September 09, 2012, 07:49:55 PM

I was a very Dungy like...

I haven't seen the game yet, but are you saying the game was boring?     Dungy knew how to make a  game dull.   I remember one game against the Bears, the Bucs won 6-3.   Even though they won the game, I wanted my money back.    I didn't enjoy the game at all.


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#23 : September 09, 2012, 07:51:06 PM

Dungy Ball is what drew me in to become a Bucs fan in the first place. We could only be so lucky!




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#24 : September 09, 2012, 07:54:04 PM

This was not Dungy ball it was ball control and there were far more shots taken down field. Dungy ball was not like that.,   Actually I am not sure that this wasn't just a game plan for Carolina.

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#25 : September 09, 2012, 07:55:55 PM

I was a very Dungy like...

I haven't seen the game yet, but are you saying the game was boring?     Dungy knew how to make a  game dull.   I remember one game against the Bears, the Bucs won 6-3.   Even though they won the game, I wanted my money back.    I didn't enjoy the game at all.

"I was very Dungy like".. LOL I fixed it.. Hey a win is a win but i was at that Bears game too and was bored out of my mind too..

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#26 : September 09, 2012, 07:57:39 PM

Shockingly it wasn't very Dungy-like. I have to give Rutger's credit for not being a total moron. We passed to the ball to build up our lead in the first hlaf and didn't come out trying to hide our QB like dungy did. Then, in the second half we were still passing the ball at "critical" spots rather than just trying to sit on the lead - also known as Gruden-ism as well.

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#27 : September 09, 2012, 07:58:14 PM

I was a very Dungy like...

I haven't seen the game yet, but are you saying the game was boring?     Dungy knew how to make a  game dull.   I remember one game against the Bears, the Bucs won 6-3.   Even though they won the game, I wanted my money back.    I didn't enjoy the game at all.

"I was very Dungy like".. LOL I fixed it.. Hey a win is a win but i was at that Bears game too and was bored out of my mind too..

It wasn't boring though. That defense was fun to watch. Offense just played smart and took care of the ball.

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#28 : September 09, 2012, 08:01:59 PM

It was a well rounded game on offense. 24 passes and 29 runs. In a game were you lead the entire time, that is perfect. The drops and receptions nullified by penalties just killed drives and made it hard to get any kind of rhythm in the second half.
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#29 : September 09, 2012, 08:05:48 PM

Also...we allowed TEN TOTAL RUSHING YARDS to one of the best rushing teams in the league. Wow.

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