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michael89156:


Bucs' Jackson has special performance vs. Jets
 


Bucs wide receiver Vincent Jackson had a superb day against the Jets on Sunday.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS



By Ira Kaufman | Tribune Staff

Published: September 8, 2013



EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. —


 Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson, who led the NFL last year by averaging 19.2 yards per reception, would have been the star of Sunday's game if Tampa Bay had held on.

Targeted 13 times by quarterback Josh Freeman, Jackson hauled in seven passes for 154 yards, including a 37-yard catch that set up Rian Lindell's go-ahead 37-yard field goal with 34 seconds left.

 “That's the type of guy he is,'' Freeman said. “I get the ball in his hands and the guy does something special.''

Jackson also caught a 39-yard pass in the second quarter and posted two other receptions of at least 20 yards, consistently beating the Jets secondary on slants.

“Like I said, he's the best receiver in the league,'' said receiver Mike Williams, who opened Tampa Bay's scoring with a 17-yard touchdown catch late in the opening quarter. “If you don't believe me, keep on watching.''

Jackson, named one of Tampa Bay's two offensive team captains, declined comment after the game.

 

Flag football

The Bucs ended up with more penalties (13) than first downs (12), and many of the flags were particularly costly.

Five of New York's 22 first downs came via Tampa Bay penalties, including a holding call against second-year cornerback Leonard Johnson and personal fouls against safeties Dashon Goldson and Mark Barron.

After Jets safety Dawan Landry intercepted Josh Freeman, Barron was flagged for unnecessary roughness late in the first half as the Jets faced a third-and-21 situation. Given new life, Smith capped the drive with a 7-yard touchdown pass to ex-Bucs tight end Kellen Winslow.

 “Penalties hurt us a lot today,'' Barron said. “Do I feel bad about (mine)? No, because I was just playing football. I hate that it happened and I'm going to hate the letter (NFL fine) that comes with it, but that's just me playing ball.''

 Johnson, who led all players with nine tackles, was called for a hold on third-and-5 while Jets quarterback Geno Smith was being stopped for a 1-yard run. Instead, the Jets drove 65 yards in 14 plays and took a 15-14 advantage on Nick Folk's 30-yard field goal

“No one wants to take penalties, but we have to find a way to win,'' Johnson said. “Now, we have no choice but to rebound from a tough loss. Great teams bounce back.''

 

Extra points
 

The Bucs fell to 1-10 against the Jets, including 0-7 on the road. ... Rookie CB Johnthan Banks was credited with three tackles in his Bucs debut. ... Rookie QB Mike Glennon and RB Peyton Hillis were the only active Tampa Bay players who didn't get into the game. ... Gabe Carimi started at left guard for Tampa Bay in place of Carl Nicks, who is still dealing with a MRSA staph infection. ... The Bucs' defense opened the game in a nickel package as the Jets started three wide receivers. ... Tampa Bay punter Mike Koenen was outstanding, averaging 45.3 yards on seven kicks while dropping three punts inside the 20. ... Counting the preseason, the Bucs offense has scored seven touchdowns in five games. ... Bucs linebacker Dekoda Watson registered his second career sack, dropping Smith in the third quarter.

Benchwarmer#1:
And great teams don't get beaten by rebuilding teams with a rookie QB on their first outing.

I'm really dissapointed by the bucs so far. Game planning and play calls were vanilla, and just about anyone could guess when we were going to pass or run.

I don't care if it was an away game, schiano couldn't devise a plan to stop a guy he saw for several seasons in college, with a team of much more solid players. I'm much more concerned with his coaching than anything else. I think he's our "dungy" (as he spots talent), but he's not going to win us any big games. Certainly not like this anyway.

JohnT:
Without that foolish penalty, the Bucs win that game.

BucNY:

--- Quote from: Benchwarmer#1 on September 09, 2013, 04:44:10 AM ---And great teams don't get beaten by rebuilding teams with a rookie QB on their first outing.

I'm really dissapointed by the bucs so far. Game planning and play calls were vanilla, and just about anyone could guess when we were going to pass or run.


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What plays would you like to call when you can't run the ball and you can't pass block? Freeman was Freeman.

Boid Fink:
Play action. Shorter field reads. Quicker developing plays to null our porous o-line.

Joseph was pathetic out there. Captain?  Pfff...of the wiffle ball team maybe. He is an overpaid never-was.

Bucs N Beers:
All day I was wondering why we weren't going more play action.

3rd String Kicker:
Barron shouldn't sweat it, the fans don't pay to see loud, dangerous hits.

I don't know about you guys, but those yellow flags were sharp. I think they came straight off the press, crisp, brand new yellow flags. I wouldn't be shocked if they wrapped them in diamonds for style. You could probably cut someone in half with those babies. I know it's only the first game, but the officiating is going to each and every extent to give the fans exactly what they paid for.

dalbuc:

--- Quote from: Bucs N Beers on September 09, 2013, 08:06:37 AM ---All day I was wondering why we weren't going more play action.

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We really didn't take shots down the field. With our WR's and QB that has to be part of the gameplan. Either to get the completion or draw the DPI we have to throw deep. Freeman isn't gonna work the field on a series of accurate passes consistently so we need chunks o' yards.

JohnT:

--- Quote from: dalbuc on September 09, 2013, 08:37:56 AM ---
--- Quote from: Bucs N Beers on September 09, 2013, 08:06:37 AM ---All day I was wondering why we weren't going more play action.

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We really didn't take shots down the field. With our WR's and QB that has to be part of the gameplan. Either to get the completion or draw the DPI we have to throw deep. Freeman isn't gonna work the field on a series of accurate passes consistently so we need chunks o' yards.

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The weird thing is that day one when Schiano was signed, Schiano said his offensive strategy is to run the ball a lot then heave up long bombs on occasion.    I see a bunch of short passes, but where are the long ones?

XFactor:

--- Quote from: Bucs N Beers on September 09, 2013, 08:06:37 AM ---All day I was wondering why we weren't going more play action.

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If you can't run the ball play action does not work. The offensive line was horrible so I am not trying to slam Doug but that was a pretty bad game for him, two fumbles (one lost), without that draw play he doesn't even crack 50 yards rushing.
What I was wondering was why they didn't start passing more, they kept running it right up the middle, then throw on third down. Why didn't they keep running the 10-15 yard slants? Ironically Freeman was throwing darts on those, first drive of the game moving the ball well down field, the TD pass, the big plays to VJax. They needed to throw a lot more in that game.

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