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#15 : November 17, 2009, 12:03:27 PM

Compared to Ruud's? Definitely.


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#16 : November 17, 2009, 12:09:41 PM

Compared to Ruud's? Definitely.

Yeah well not so much. Hayes you can make a case for but Black is a bag of rocks.

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#17 : November 17, 2009, 12:13:24 PM

Right now Ruud isn't surpassing the bag of rocks that is Black (which is why he is a sam LB) as they have made the same amount of INT's this year, so I am concerned about that.  Ruud should be better than Black and Hayes, but he isn't distancing himself from either LB.


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#18 : November 17, 2009, 12:19:52 PM

while hayes has certainly filled the wrong gap and overplayed at times, he also makes a ton more splash plays than our seemingly-franchise MLB.   

again, i have no clue about it, but if ruud is much better in a coverage scheme, move him to SLB to cover the TE.  can crowell fill the hole at the point of attack?  i dont know.  can black be a full time DE or pass rush specialist?  i dont know, but from the little ive seen he has a quick first step off the edge.  something's gotta change,  and it could only just be the DL.

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#19 : November 17, 2009, 12:20:59 PM

Wasn't Crowell suppose to be our strongside linebacker this year?

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#20 : November 17, 2009, 12:28:43 PM

while hayes has certainly filled the wrong gap and overplayed at times, he also makes a ton more splash plays than our seemingly-franchise MLB.   

again, i have no clue about it, but if ruud is much better in a coverage scheme, move him to SLB to cover the TE.  can crowell fill the hole at the point of attack?  i dont know.  can black be a full time DE or pass rush specialist?  i dont know, but from the little ive seen he has a quick first step off the edge.  something's gotta change,  and it could only just be the DL.

My disappointment with Ruud is not because he isn't a thumper rather his inability to continue to excel in coverage.  He has been picked upon throughout the year in the passing game, and based on his past history should emerge with more passes defensed/INT's.  But he is being exposed and that maybe he isn't as good in pass coverage as we believe?

On that TD pass to the PS TE it was a play action fake, and with plenty of time (thanks medicore Bucs D-line pressure).  But Ruud positioned himself poorly to defend against the potential receiver who was entering the endzone.  His positioning was so bad he was unable to make a play on the ball when it was in the air, and stumbled with his facemask was buried into the green.




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#21 : November 17, 2009, 12:30:45 PM

Here's the list

CB  Biggers

FB  Askew and Storer

LB  Wilson and Crowell

OT   Fulton

WR Campbell

S  Allen and Phillips

P Bidwell
Biggers

Crowell

Fulton

Allen

Bidwell


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#22 : November 17, 2009, 01:00:26 PM

Compared to Ruud's? Definitely.

Yeah well not so much. Hayes you can make a case for but Black is a bag of rocks.
Agreed.


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#23 : November 17, 2009, 02:53:57 PM


Not so fast my friend. 8)

You can't be defending Black's play because he had one good game all year?


Waht the heck happened to that "Go package" with Black as an exta DE?? It got all kinds of press in TC then, like all our blitzes, disappeared.


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#24 : November 17, 2009, 03:04:35 PM

Tampa Bay is like the Bermuda Triangle and the blitzes are like the planes....>.>

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#25 : November 17, 2009, 03:17:23 PM

CB Biggers - Yes: He has a lot of potential, and can make the team as a reserve CB/special teams player.

FB Askew - Yes: He is signed through 2012 and will be given an opportunity to compete at FB.

FB Storer - Yes: He is very hard worker and is almost healthy. He will be given an opportunity to compete at FB.

LB Wilson - Yes: The team likes him as a reserve LB and special teams player, so he will be brought to training camp.

LB Crowell - No: He will leave and try to find an opportunity to start somewhere else.

OT Fulton - Yes: The Bucs like him a lot, and he has the potential to be a starter for us down the road.

WR Campbell - Yes: He will be brought back to training camp to compete. Will he make the team? Not likely.

S Allen - Yes: He is a great character guy who is not only a valuable special teams player, but also a good rotational player at safety. He is also very well liked in the locker room.

S Phillips - No: The Bucs really didn't even want him back this year and he will find a better opportunity for himself elsewhere.

P Bidwell - Yes: Until a better replacement is found, I would expect Bidwell to stay around.

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#26 : November 17, 2009, 03:33:19 PM

wasn't Crowell stuck on IR to help out the Bucs in the Talib investigation/interrogation?

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