Bella MedSpa Week 15: Pewter Player Of The Game – LB Danny Lansanah
Once again, Buccaneers linebacker Danny Lansanah has earned Pewter Player of the Game honors – this time for his efforts in Tampa Bay’s 19-17 loss at Carolina. In his second start of the year at middle linebacker for the injured Mason Foster, who is nursing an injured Achilles, Lansanah had a career-high 1.5 sacks against Carolina, in addition to eight tackles.
Lansanah had one pass breakup against the Panthers, but struggled a bit in pass coverage, especially against Carolina tight end Greg Olsen, who went over 100 yards receiving. Still, Lansanah’s seven pass breakups this year rank third on the team, and his three interceptions, including two that have been returned for touchdowns, rank second.
Due to Sunday’s performance, Lansanah now has a career-high 74 tackles and he surpassed free safety Dashon Goldson (71) to rank second on the team behind Lavonte David’s 133. Lansanah also has seven tackles for loss on the year, which ranks third in Tampa Bay. After starting the year at strongside linebacker, Lansanah has also filled in at middle linebacker and weakside linebacker for two games at each spot, which makes him the only Buccaneer in team history to start at all three linebacker spots during the same season.
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Lansanah looks promising at Mike. Would like to see him stay there and move Foster to the outside.
I like it when we look at the positives. Lets look forward to next season and give Coach Smith a chance to complete his roster. Last year I got attached about Schiano and this year some of the same Posters are all over Smith; they’re not even giving him a year. Totally unfair; he did have a pretty good record at Chicago.
As usual I agree with Horse about not being so quick to show Lovie the exit too quickly. Now that he has really had a chance to evaluate the roster, I’m willing to see what he and Licht do this off-season. As for Lansanah, I’m not sure if he’s fast enough to drop into coverage but I do like his size at the Mike. Let’s keep him there and let him compete. He’s been a bright spot.
And as usual, I agree with Horse and scubog. But there is some “Pottery Barn” going on here in that if you break it, you fix it!
Penn is playing at a decent level and Jeremy Zuttah is being touted as a pro bowl center. Our Offense is the problem and more specifically the O-Line. Lovie is directly responsible for Josh McCown being here.
I see lots of positives and I still have faith in Lovie, but he has to own a lot of our problems too. Wishing him and the Bucs a much improved 2015.
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