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#15 : December 05, 2012, 01:55:51 PM

Welcome aboard SteveThePirate! I remember LouisvilleBuc from ZippyChat.

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#16 : December 05, 2012, 02:43:18 PM

Welcome Steve. This years team was great. Crazy to think if they just had a better secondary, they would be one of the top teams in the league and most likely in a playoff spot right now.

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#17 : December 05, 2012, 03:00:04 PM

Welcome Steve. This years team was great. Crazy to think if they just had a better secondary, they would be one of the top teams in the league and most likely in a playoff spot right now.

Have you not seen the DL and OL play the last few weeks?


Until preseason, you stay classy Red Board.

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#18 : December 05, 2012, 03:01:59 PM

Well if they had a better secondary Id say this would be a better team and most likely would be a playoff team. Agree those areas need to be better as well. Pass rush especially.

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#19 : December 05, 2012, 03:46:07 PM

I bet if you polled all head coaches, Tampa wouldn't be in the top half of the NFL jobs they'd take. Tampa might be ahead of Jax, Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Oakland, KC.

I believe you are wrong but you didn't answer the question.

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#20 : December 05, 2012, 03:56:40 PM

Because Tampa is the dream job in the NFL?

Why not? What's so bad about Tampa, other than the roaches and the heat?

The owners are inconsistent w/ the amount of money that they invest in the player payrolls.   The Bucs consistently blackout their games because of nearly ten thousand open seats at RayJay every home game. The Bucs don't get the national exposure by the media that more prestigious teams get.

If Belicheck retired today, don't think that Schiano wouldn't take that job in a heartbeat if given the opportunity. Schiano is doing a fine job here -and I'm sure he's thankful for the opportunity, but if you think he's only going to coach for the Bucs in his NFL career, I think you're probably going to be wrong.

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#21 : December 05, 2012, 03:58:07 PM


If Belicheck retired today, don't think that Schiano wouldn't take that job in a heartbeat if given the opportunity.

No.

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FIRE SCHIANO!!!!

Its so hard for me to sit back on this forum, lookin at a guy on here, holler in\' my name!  When last year i spent more on 5 electric bills from this side of the country to the other, than you made! You\'re talkin to the Rolex wearing, diamond earring wearing, kiss-stealin, WOOOO!, wheelin dealin\', CTS drivin, jet-flyin sonofagun.. And I\'m havin a hard time holding these alligators down! WOOOO!

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#22 : December 05, 2012, 04:35:08 PM

Because Tampa is the dream job in the NFL?

Why not? What's so bad about Tampa, other than the roaches and the heat?

The owners are inconsistent w/ the amount of money that they invest in the player payrolls.   The Bucs consistently blackout their games because of nearly ten thousand open seats at RayJay every home game. The Bucs don't get the national exposure by the media that more prestigious teams get.

If Belicheck retired today, don't think that Schiano wouldn't take that job in a heartbeat if given the opportunity. Schiano is doing a fine job here -and I'm sure he's thankful for the opportunity, but if you think he's only going to coach for the Bucs in his NFL career, I think you're probably going to be wrong.

Winning will change all that, and Schiano had many opportunities to move up from Rutgers. He takes pride in sticking to the job and building something. He is not an ambitious man. Time will tell, but from what he did up here with Rutgers, he will be with the Bucs for the long haul.
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