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#15 : November 30, 2008, 06:49:39 PM

"Frank Sinatra like body"....................LOL LOL LOL

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#16 : November 30, 2008, 07:54:59 PM

Thank you

who won?

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#17 : December 01, 2008, 12:34:52 AM

The definition of irony:  Garcia both savior and destroyer who nevertheless wins.


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#18 : December 01, 2008, 12:35:38 AM

funny you would think we had a 4 game losing streak....

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#19 : December 01, 2008, 03:37:04 AM

Badabing...these people are a joke...do weish they ran the ball more though ...Garcia doesn't have a strong arm so I wouldn't have called to many pass plays...things will be just fine in Carolina...think Caddy will run a lot more...the difference in the game was them turning it over 3 times...and should have been 4.



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#20 : December 01, 2008, 03:41:48 AM

Cant Buc fans ever just be happy with a win?

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#21 : December 01, 2008, 04:23:29 AM

With bad weather conditions and an erratic Garica under center play calling in short yard situations was horrid against the Saints. To there credit the receiver preformed decent with only two dropped passes. A game made to showcase the talent along the offensive line with a sound running attack was an after thought as Garcia and his friends the happy feet twins decided to do more dancing then you see on the hit television show Dancing with the Stars. Even when he had time in the pocket you can see with his sometimes double and triple pump fakes he just does not trust his arm to get the football down field.

Sure he kept a few drives alive by scrambling and putting his Frank Sanatra like body through a pounding that only someone who hasnt came out of the closet would enjoy. His indecisiveness within the pocket is hurting the offensive production. The one touchdown to Bryant was under thrown and looked more like a wounded duck after it had just escaped the jaws of death then it resembled a pass. Then you have the sacks you are taught in most high school games all the way through the pros as soon as you back foot lands the football should be coming out in the case of Garcia it seems he was taught after you do the electric slide is when the football should be thrown.

Too right.

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#22 : December 01, 2008, 07:33:52 AM

i dont know how 119 yards passing defeated Brees and the Saints, but it did....   Bucs had NO turnovers and 1 five yard penalty, so turnovers and penalties won that game for us....    whats sad is that ONE penalty could have cost us the game.   one measly five yard penalty almost made the difference.   

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#23 : December 01, 2008, 08:10:14 AM

With bad weather conditions and an erratic Garica under center play calling in short yard situations was horrid against the Saints. To there credit the receiver preformed decent with only two dropped passes. A game made to showcase the talent along the offensive line with a sound running attack was an after thought as Garcia and his friends the happy feet twins decided to do more dancing then you see on the hit television show Dancing with the Stars. Even when he had time in the pocket you can see with his sometimes double and triple pump fakes he just does not trust his arm to get the football down field.

Sure he kept a few drives alive by scrambling and putting his Frank Sanatra like body through a pounding that only someone who hasnt came out of the closet would enjoy. His indecisiveness within the pocket is hurting the offensive production. The one touchdown to Bryant was under thrown and looked more like a wounded duck after it had just escaped the jaws of death then it resembled a pass. Then you have the sacks you are taught in most high school games all the way through the pros as soon as you back foot lands the football should be coming out in the case of Garcia it seems he was taught after you do the electric slide is when the football should be thrown.


I agree, Garcia was awful yesterday.

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#24 : December 01, 2008, 08:13:08 AM

2 out of 15 on 3rd down is unacceptable...whether that is on Gruden, Garcia, the WR's, the OL, the RB's or a little responsibility on the offense as a whole...but only one penalty and a +2 in TO margin were bright spots...FWIW

I suppose you can't please 100% of the people 100% of the time!

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