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#15 : October 06, 2007, 01:04:06 PM

Gruden looks like he needs some situps in that photo.

No, but we have found our QB of the future.


We just have to wait a while.


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#16 : October 06, 2007, 01:17:57 PM

Ugh, stay in school!

Ugh, stick a wet fork in the light socket you worthless pile of horse manure!

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#17 : October 06, 2007, 01:25:24 PM

Don't tase me bro....good stuff.

Borna - My guess is it was deleted because Scott and Jim really don't want something promoting LESS traffic on a message board....

Colts are expected to win, I expect the Bucs to lay the wood!

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#18 : October 06, 2007, 09:16:42 PM

BUCS win by 6 and when they do YOU ARE FORBIDDEN FROM THIS BOARD...Troll


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#19 : October 06, 2007, 11:02:16 PM

Tampa Bay  28
Indianapolis 24

Bucs-Lightning already World Champions. Rays Next!!!

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#20 : October 07, 2007, 01:45:09 AM

Colts win, something like 31-17. The Colts should win, they are the reigning Super Bowl champs, and the Bucs are coming off a 4-12 season. The Bucs have no business even being in this game. We shall see what happens on Sunday.
Was that serious?

Anyways, the Colts injury report lists 5 Colts starters who could miss this game. Their starting running back Joseph Addai, and HOF WR Marvin Harrison, both outside linebackers Rob Morris and Freddy Heiaho, and safety Bob Sanders. Also, T.J. Rushing, the team's kickoff/punt return specialist is listed as questionable with a hamstring injury.

IND averages 7.2 yards per punt return and 25.5 per kick return.
TB Gives up on average 10.85 per punt return and 14.375 per kick return.

TB averages 12.21 yards per punt return, and 23 per kick return.
IND gives up on average 29.5 per punt return, and 25 per kick return.

Could we possibly see a PR for a touchdown?

I think the Bucs match up very well against this Colts team, and if we're able to take the crowd out of the game early, we could take this one.

I'm calling Buccaneers: 34 Colts: 27

The better question is are you serious?

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#21 : October 07, 2007, 03:05:15 AM

Something tells me the Bucs will pull this one out.


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#22 : October 07, 2007, 03:40:26 AM

I saw the Bucs win 17-10

When did you see this and can you see the powerball numbers for me? ;)

I say if the Bucs win it's going to be a low scoring game.

What is going to be fun to see is how our defense plays. Our defense has always shut down high powered offenses when it's firing on all cylinders. This is the game that this years version to face it's high powered offense. If it rises to the challenge then not only could we win but win or lose we have to feel good about this season. If our defense plays as well as it has we have to feel good about winning the division this year.

Before reading this thread I have to admit I had serious doubts about us winning this game but thinking about it, I'm ready to stand with my Bucs and predict a Bucs upset 16-14 with Gaines Adams getting a sack for a safety.

Ok, unlikely but as a Clemson and Bucs fan, I'm really pulling for him to succeed. I support him and really urge the disbelievers to do the same ( by God man, he's a Buccaneer ) I can't really disagree that so far he hasn't really produced at a high level but when you have the defense we have you can afford to let your studs develop at their own rate ( within reason ). It's a nice luxury most teams don't have. Might as well take advantage of it.

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#23 : October 07, 2007, 03:45:16 AM

Oh and when we win, I'll feel better about the team than I have since 1/23/2003. I don't expect the same results of course but I like this team way better than the 2005 Division Winners.

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#24 : October 07, 2007, 07:48:16 AM

Colts win, something like 31-17. The Colts should win, they are the reigning Super Bowl champs, and the Bucs are coming off a 4-12 season. The Bucs have no business even being in this game. We shall see what happens on Sunday.
Was that serious?

Anyways, the Colts injury report lists 5 Colts starters who could miss this game. Their starting running back Joseph Addai, and HOF WR Marvin Harrison, both outside linebackers Rob Morris and Freddy Heiaho, and safety Bob Sanders. Also, T.J. Rushing, the team's kickoff/punt return specialist is listed as questionable with a hamstring injury.

IND averages 7.2 yards per punt return and 25.5 per kick return.
TB Gives up on average 10.85 per punt return and 14.375 per kick return.

TB averages 12.21 yards per punt return, and 23 per kick return.
IND gives up on average 29.5 per punt return, and 25 per kick return.

Could we possibly see a PR for a touchdown?

I think the Bucs match up very well against this Colts team, and if we're able to take the crowd out of the game early, we could take this one.

I'm calling Buccaneers: 34 Colts: 27

The better question is are you serious?
If you think the Colts are going to put a beat down on us, that's fine, but, your reasoning for it is absurd. You're basing it all on last season. This is a completely different Buccaneer team.

Also, think of the people who said Stanford had no business playing USC in the Coliseum last night.

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