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: December 02, 2012, 02:21:28 PM

The Bucs will face arguably their toughest challenge of the season when they kickoff against the Denver Broncos on Sunday. The Broncos boast one of the league's toughest stadiums for opponents, two great pass rushers, not to mention one of the best QBs to ever play the game.

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#1 : December 02, 2012, 07:48:20 PM

they played much better than I expected but were schooled by a future HoFer.

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#2 : December 02, 2012, 07:52:25 PM

3 drives that start within the 10yd line, bad calls and facing Manning, damn right that's a tough challenge


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#3 : December 02, 2012, 07:58:34 PM

People are freaking out, but it went pretty much like expected.

Lost by 8, line was 7 or so.

Freeman was good, not as good as Peyton.

Dougie got some yards.

Defense sucks,  but we knew that going in.

Don't get the outrage.



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#4 : December 02, 2012, 09:31:12 PM

I fail to see where Freeman was good.  He made a few nice throws and folded under the pressure.  He didn't use his tall receivers effectively or hit the quick slants to keep the chains moving. In fact, some of the passes that didn't count were some of the worst I have seen from him.  Schiano has to right the ship for this last stretch.

 Martin had a decent game.  He looked good on the screens.  That is one important improvement we did see this week for the team.  The inability of this team to work another back into the offense is starting to show through. They are asking too much of Martin.

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#5 : December 02, 2012, 09:36:46 PM

I fail to see where Freeman was good.  He made a few nice throws and folded under the pressure.  He didn't use his tall receivers effectively or hit the quick slants to keep the chains moving. In fact, some of the passes that didn't count were some of the worst I have seen from him.  Schiano has to right the ship for this last stretch.

 Martin had a decent game.  He looked good on the screens.  That is one important improvement we did see this week for the team.  The inability of this team to work another back into the offense is starting to show through. They are asking too much of Martin.


Guess it depends on your definition of "good".





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#6 : December 02, 2012, 09:39:38 PM

46% completion rate? .THATS NOT MY DEFINITION OF  GOOD!  He was NOT under pressure for several of those garbage throws.
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#7 : December 02, 2012, 09:44:08 PM

46% completion rate? .THATS NOT MY DEFINITION OF  GOOD!  He was NOT under pressure for several of those garbage throws.




I think it was Lynch that mentioned, the way the offense is designed......50% is good for Free.


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#8 : December 02, 2012, 09:46:40 PM

46% completion rate? .THATS NOT MY DEFINITION OF  GOOD!  He was NOT under pressure for several of those garbage throws.
I will be watching again and will check on balls thrown away and dropped - I suspect that will more than account for the difference between today and other recent performances.  Honestly I am much more concerned with repeated breakdowns on blocking assignments...

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