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October 15, 2010 @ 7:02 am
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2010 Bucs A Turnaround Team

Written by Wolf
Heard
Wolf Heard

Wolf
Heard

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Parity is definitely the theme of the 2010 NFL season. According to the NFL, through the first five weeks, seven of the eight divisions have at least one new team either in first place or tied for the top spot.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are near the top of the NFC South with a 3-1 record after a 0-7 start last season. The same goes for the Kansas City Chiefs, who are in first place in the AFC West after starting 0-5 in 2009.

Here is an interesting note. If the Bucs and Chiefs can win this weekend, it would be the first time in NFL history the league would have two 4-1 teams that started at least 0-5 the previous season.

Interesting note No. 2. The Bucs and St. Louis Rams have already matched or surpassed their win totals from 2009. The Washington Redskins, the Detroit Lions, and the Chiefs can accomplish that feat this weekend with victories.

As you can see, the age old saying,  “Anybody can win on any given Sunday” still holds true.
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    The good news is that the Saints running game is in shambles. If the Bucs can put the kibosh on the third stringer Mike Bell and the recycled Julius Jones, the game will be a lot easier to control. As far as the turnaround goes, it's alread happened, the Bucs are turned around. Does that make them a great team or a playoff team? No and not necessarily. I just wanted them to be competitive and make the games interesting to watch this year and they have delivered.
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    Lets wait until after this game is played before we make a real evaluation. So far we played one could team without their starting QB and they beat the crap pout of us. Go Bucs! Play Harder! We can win this game!
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    Absolutely Wolf. This could well be our "'97" year, ahead of schedule. The players believe and IMO will only get better. As a fan I realize there will be setbacks (Steelers) but that's to be expected. Just look at the talent, it's there. This is fun, a lot of fun, watching the Bucs turn things around and in a way that can be sustained. It's great to be a part of it as a fan.
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