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#75 : November 22, 2012, 11:46:27 PM


The only offensive genius living in Tampa is Sully.

How do you think Sully would do with this offensive lineup?

Chris Simms                                         
Carnell Williams                                   
Michael Clayton
Joey Galloway
Anthony Becht

Who chose that line-up?

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 I thought Lovie said he wanted quickness & speed, even at the QB position?

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#76 : November 22, 2012, 11:47:41 PM


The only offensive genius living in Tampa is Sully.

How do you think Sully would do with this offensive lineup?

Chris Simms                                         
Carnell Williams                                   
Michael Clayton
Joey Galloway
Anthony Becht

rather than this one:

Josh Freeman
Doug Martin
Mike Williams
Vincent Jackson
Dallas Clark

Trick question, but I'll bite.

He would suck. There is no way around that. One guy is missing a spleen, another has no kneecaps, Galloway is now Gallogray, and MC80 was a one-hit wonder. You can't compare has-been's, never-were's, or injury prone players to the dominate athletes we have in Tampa today.

Either you're saying Sully is a genius, or the players are good? (Now go ahead and contradict yourself while I sit here and eagerly wait for a response)

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#77 : November 22, 2012, 11:50:21 PM


The only offensive genius living in Tampa is Sully.

How do you think Sully would do with this offensive lineup (in their prime)?

Chris Simms                                         
Carnell Williams                                   
Michael Clayton
Joey Galloway
Anthony Becht

rather than this one:

Josh Freeman
Doug Martin
Mike Williams
Vincent Jackson
Dallas Clark

He would suck.

No doubt about it.


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#78 : November 22, 2012, 11:51:20 PM


The only offensive genius living in Tampa is Sully.

How do you think Sully would do with this offensive lineup (in their prime)?

Chris Simms                                         
Carnell Williams                                   
Michael Clayton
Joey Galloway
Anthony Becht

Who chose that line-up?

You think Sully chose the current lineup?

We're not talking about drafting geniuses, we are talking about offensive genius.   And Gruden is that.


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#79 : November 22, 2012, 11:52:07 PM


The only offensive genius living in Tampa is Sully.

How do you think Sully would do with this offensive lineup (in their prime)?

Chris Simms                                         
Carnell Williams                                   
Michael Clayton
Joey Galloway
Anthony Becht

rather than this one:

Josh Freeman
Doug Martin
Mike Williams
Vincent Jackson
Dallas Clark

He would suck.

No doubt about it.

So you think Simms sucks?

Naismith was right about Revis. Everyone else is a dummy.

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#80 : November 22, 2012, 11:53:32 PM

Simms was about as bad as it gets.   Gruden got the most out of him that was possible.


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#81 : November 22, 2012, 11:55:13 PM


The only offensive genius living in Tampa is Sully.

How do you think Sully would do with this offensive lineup (in their prime)?

Chris Simms                                         
Carnell Williams                                   
Michael Clayton
Joey Galloway
Anthony Becht

Who chose that line-up?

You think Sully chose the current lineup?

We're not talking about drafting geniuses, we are talking about offensive genius.   And Gruden is that.

Based on what? Not being able to get Galloway and Bryant on the field at the same time?

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#82 : November 22, 2012, 11:55:49 PM

About? You mean, slightly better than Gruden's other boy Gradkowski?

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#83 : November 23, 2012, 05:20:26 AM


The only offensive genius living in Tampa is Sully.

How do you think Sully would do with this offensive lineup (in their prime)?

Chris Simms                                         
Carnell Williams                                   
Michael Clayton
Joey Galloway
Anthony Becht

Who chose that line-up?

You think Sully chose the current lineup?

We're not talking about drafting geniuses, we are talking about offensive genius.   And Gruden is that.

Based on what? Not being able to get Galloway and Bryant on the field at the same time?

Galloway was injured and Gruden was covering for him.

I'm basing that statement on the fact that Gru was able to get the Bucs past the Eagles in Philly  (finally a coach who could do it!).



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#84 : November 23, 2012, 07:17:54 AM


We're not talking about drafting geniuses, we are talking about offensive genius.   And Gruden is that.

Why did the Raiders just have a number 1 O# WITHOUT Gruden? How did Grudens offense comapre to other offenses in bucs history? Offensive genius, really?

If you see Gruden as an OC. Cool, i would not even bash him for average results, considering the talent here. That the HCs issue, and there Gruden sucked big time. Trading for J Plummer? Com'on...

Aslong Grudens does not have to do the things a HC does, he might have success.

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#85 : November 23, 2012, 07:39:47 AM

I already answered that same crap with you twice.   You are a broken record.   I'm not answering again.   If you want to see the answer, do a search of your old posts.


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#86 : November 23, 2012, 11:46:08 PM

I already answered that same crap with you twice.   You are a broken record.   I'm not answering again.   If you want to see the answer, do a search of your old posts.

If he does that, all he will be reminded of is your trolling. You provide very little credible, or for that matter, intelligent conversation to this MB.

It's always "tebow/gruden" idiot-talk with you. Grow up and think of something in THIS timeframe already.

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#87 : November 23, 2012, 11:48:37 PM

Last I checked, Tebow is a current player in the NFL. 


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#88 : November 24, 2012, 12:00:53 AM

Last I checked, Tebow is a current player in the NFL.


His time is well over, and rather quickly I might add.

Ryan woud rather lose his job than be laughed at while tebow is out there.

He might be a "player" as much as a placeholder could be.

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#89 : November 24, 2012, 12:15:40 AM

I can still hardly believe the Eagles game is sold out.    That's amazing so many Eagles fans want to come to Tampa to get out of the cold.    There's no way those are Buc fans buying those tickets.   The Falcons game is a bigger game for Buc fans than that Eagle game.

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