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 on: Today at 02:44:10 PM 
Last post by Benchwarmer#1
I think the plan is to lose the first 6 games then win the last 10 games to make the playoffs.

...didn't lovie already do something like that?

 on: Today at 02:44:06 PM 
Last post by JDouble
We don't head west but we do go to Pittsburgh, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, and DC.

Week 11 we'll be in Washington DC, then Chicago the following week. Then we come home for the Bengals, but go right back to Detroit in week 14. That should be an interesting 4 week span.

 on: Today at 02:41:45 PM 
Last post by Benchwarmer#1
They see the stats, trophies, and wins against good defenses ..as bad.

This makes it unrealistic to even argue with them.

 on: Today at 02:41:28 PM 
Last post by dalbuc
Good type of depth and rotational type player that still has some upside.

 on: Today at 02:40:08 PM 
Last post by JDouble
Lolz. Ouch.

 on: Today at 02:39:44 PM 
Last post by dalbuc
The challenge will be we are playing an offense we don't know, with a lot of new pieces. They will be playing a defense they at least know versus an offense they don't know either.

A lot of what we did this offseason has been to counter the slapping around the panthers and rams DL gave us last year. We will see pretty fast how well we upgraded.

 on: Today at 02:39:15 PM 
Last post by Benchwarmer#1
Mrs Cleo love, love, loves manziel...

 on: Today at 02:38:05 PM 
Last post by JDouble

Report: Bucs would seriously consider Manziel at No. 7

Posted by Mike Florio on April 24, 2014, 1:42 PM EDT

   Since the draft should be today but won’t be today because the NFL moved it to two weeks from today, we’ll spend today and the next 13 tomorrows wondering what will happen when draft day finally is today. The guy about which everyone wonders the most is quarterback Johnny Manziel.  Though some continue to insist Manziel won’t be taken in round one, we’d be shocked if he’s on the board when Thursday night ends. We won’t be shocked if Manziel hears his name called in the top 10.  The latest team to join the list of potential top-10 teams that could take Manziel is the Buccaneers.

   Ed Werder of ESPN reports that the Buccaneers would “seriously consider” taking Manziel, if he’s on the board at No. 7.  The Bucs see Manziel as being “very unique,” having a “good arm and accuracy,” and generally being a “great athlete.” That all may be true, but we can’t help but “seriously consider” whether the Bucs would like to see someone cut the line in front of the Buccaneers and take Manziel, pushing down the board a player the Bucs actually prefer.  There’s otherwise no reason to let it be known that the Bucs would take Manziel. But since we’ve got two more weeks to go, get ready for more smokescreens and obfuscations (hey, watch your mouth) before the time comes to pick the players.

 on: Today at 02:37:52 PM 
Last post by sammich

As far as Donalds dip in 2012, he switched from a 3-4 DE to a 4-3 UT that year so there was probably some learning curve for him and the entire defense.


Look who is making excuses now , LMAO.

Dude- if JDub were to stop suddenly he would have to recruit half of this board to help pull your head out of his @ss.

 on: Today at 02:37:28 PM 
Last post by dalbuc
I would think the Glazers would like to draft Johnny Football. Think of the tickets sales, the Manziel Jerseys flying off the shelf. I agree with JDouble, this kid is a winner and I for one am all for the Bucs drafting him. It's a perfect situation for him, sit back and learn for a year behind McCown. When Johnny inherits the starting job the entire nation will be tuning into Buc games. It would be exciting.

Short term hype versus long term production.   Take the latter and avoid Manziel who is nothing but the former.

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