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#30 : September 01, 2012, 11:34:27 AM

Christmas in Sept. for dumpster-diving-Dom.


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#31 : September 01, 2012, 12:10:04 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

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#32 : September 01, 2012, 12:39:44 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

The great drafting prior to Dominick set him up to be successful, he's just blowing it. Most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years, all this it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft class is BS.


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#33 : September 01, 2012, 12:40:55 PM

Dominik is garbage, The depth on this team sucks....

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#34 : September 01, 2012, 01:27:40 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

The great drafting prior to Dominick set him up to be successful, he's just blowing it. Most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years, all this it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft class is BS.

? I'm confused...great drafting prior to Dominik? The Bucs haven't drafted well in years.

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#35 : September 01, 2012, 02:12:28 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

The great drafting prior to Dominick set him up to be successful, he's just blowing it. Most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years, all this it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft class is BS.

100% warped by instant gratification."most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years"...so a maybe a handful of the 300+ players that get drafted (including UDFAs) that actually DO dominate by the end of their first season = "most rookies"....smh


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#36 : September 01, 2012, 02:16:50 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

The great drafting prior to Dominick set him up to be successful, he's just blowing it. Most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years, all this it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft class is BS.

100% warped by instant gratification."most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years"...so a maybe a handful of the 300+ players that get drafted (including UDFAs) that actually DO dominate by the end of their first season = "most rookies"....smh

LOL.. Sorry for the confusion, that was sarcasm, thought it was pretty obvious, my bad.


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#37 : September 01, 2012, 02:22:58 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

The great drafting prior to Dominick set him up to be successful, he's just blowing it. Most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years, all this it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft class is BS.

100% warped by instant gratification."most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years"...so a maybe a handful of the 300+ players that get drafted (including UDFAs) that actually DO dominate by the end of their first season = "most rookies"....smh

LOL.. Sorry for the confusion, that was sarcasm, thought it was pretty obvious, my bad.

now that i read the first part by itself it is completely obvious, just takin a toke of life ;)


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#38 : September 01, 2012, 03:51:26 PM

Didn't the Shipley experiment cost the Bucs waiver wire position?

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#39 : September 01, 2012, 08:46:32 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

The great drafting prior to Dominick set him up to be successful, he's just blowing it. Most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years, all this it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft class is BS.

Bruce Allen blew, but at what point does it become his team and not Allen's? It's been 4 off seasons. Rome wasn't built in a day, but I'm pretty sure they at least had the foundation laid by year 4.


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#40 : September 01, 2012, 09:08:01 PM

The lack of depth falls on Dominik. Poor drafting creates zero depth, don't really trust him to put together a NFL roster.

The great drafting prior to Dominick set him up to be successful, he's just blowing it. Most rookies are dominating by the end of their rookie years, all this it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft class is BS.

Bruce Allen blew, but at what point does it become his team and not Allen's? It's been 4 off seasons. Rome wasn't built in a day, but I'm pretty sure they at least had the foundation laid by year 4.

Allen/Gruden inherited the foundation. Dom stepped into a rebuild.


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#41 : September 01, 2012, 10:04:00 PM



Allen/Gruden inherited the foundation. Dom stepped into a rebuild.


Dom didn't step into anything. He has been there for 17 years.....as long as the owners. He was in charge of Pro Player Personnel before taking over as GM. He stepped in to rebuild partly because of his own ineptitude as Director of PPP.

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#42 : September 01, 2012, 10:32:08 PM



Allen/Gruden inherited the foundation. Dom stepped into a rebuild.


Dom didn't step into anything. He has been there for 17 years.....as long as the owners. He was in charge of Pro Player Personnel before taking over as GM. He stepped in to rebuild partly because of his own ineptitude as Director of PPP.

If you think Dom is to blame for the Allen/Gruden drafts then no need to continue this discussion.


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#43 : September 01, 2012, 10:35:53 PM



Allen/Gruden inherited the foundation. Dom stepped into a rebuild.


Dom didn't step into anything. He has been there for 17 years.....as long as the owners. He was in charge of Pro Player Personnel before taking over as GM. He stepped in to rebuild partly because of his own ineptitude as Director of PPP.

If you think Dom is to blame for the Allen/Gruden drafts then no need to continue this discussion.


Where did I mention drafts? If you do not draft well, you go out and find vets who can get the job done. Dom has been in charge of this task for a decade. During the Gru/Allen years the team was full of washed-up vets. It was Dom's job to find them. He failed.

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#44 : September 01, 2012, 10:38:38 PM



Allen/Gruden inherited the foundation. Dom stepped into a rebuild.


Dom didn't step into anything. He has been there for 17 years.....as long as the owners. He was in charge of Pro Player Personnel before taking over as GM. He stepped in to rebuild partly because of his own ineptitude as Director of PPP.

If you think Dom is to blame for the Allen/Gruden drafts then no need to continue this discussion.


Where did I mention drafts? If you do not draft well, you go out and find vets who can get the job done. Dom has been in charge of this task for a decade. During the Gru/Allen years the team was full of washed-up vets. It was Dom's job to find them. He failed.

Like I said no need to continue the discussion.

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