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October 9, 2011 @ 9:24 am
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Bucs-49ers Game Facts

Written by Victoria
Horchak 
Victoria Horchak 

Victoria
Horchak 

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The Buccaneers travel west to take on the 49ers and try to improve to 4-1. The game is part of a FOX TV doubleheader with a 4:05 kickoff.

Date: Sunday, October 9, 2011

Kickoff: 4:05 p.m. ET (1:05 p.m. PT)


Site: Candlestick Park (69, 732)


2011 Records: Tampa Bay 3-1, San Francisco 3-1


Network Television
: FOX


Play-by Play: Kenny Albert, Analyst: Daryl Johnston, Sideline: Tony Siragusa


National Radio: Compass Networks

Play-by-Play: Matt Smith, Analyst: Dale Hellestrae

Bucs Radio: US 103.5, flagship station (103.5 FM, 620 AM)


Play-by-Play: Gene Deckerhoff, Analyst: Dave Moore, Sideline: T.J. Rives

Last Game: Tampa Bay won vs. Indianapolis, 24-17; San Francisco won at Philadelphia, 24-23. San Francisco leads the overall regular season series between the two teams 15-4. Tampa Bay won last season’s matchup in November with a 21-0 victory over San Francisco at Candlestick Park.

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    I have been holding my breath, since game 1. There is something wrong with '5'. It is not just one thing, Josh looks like he's not seeing the field as he used to. Interceptions, totally inaccurate throws, high throws and no throws. Don't get me wrong, I am not blaming Josh alone. Something is NOT right here. Coaches need to find the problems and get them fixed, SOON ! Our 'D' is still young, but we are getting better and getting the ball back in his hands. Are other D's that much better now, OR are our plays not being improved upon? Once opponents watch film, it seems like they know what we are going to call before hand. If our playbook is not being updated and changed, we are in big trouble. Todays game is a prime example. The 49ers were not fooled by our gameplan. They were on top of almost everything Rah called. It's like we show a certain formation and their D's know we ONLY run A, B, or C plays from that set. We have to change up our plays from certain 'looks'. If we don't start thinking outside the box, and start designing innovating plays & sets, we're going to have a LONG season. I know all of this is only my opinion, but we have too many outstanding players to be shut down like today. OK, let's regroup and get after them. GO BUCS!!!
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    The coaches did not throw interceptions! Do not put this on the coaches. Freeman played poorly and the 49ers are a good team. That's it.
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    Terrible play across the board. San Francisco outplayed us in every imaginable category. It is what it is...an ugly, ugly, loss. Last time we lost we won three straight. Let's hope for similar results this time.
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    Here is a game fact. The Bucs sucked today. I could not watch the second half and glad I did Not. St*t. Oh well, regroup and do better next week I guess.
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    Worst game I have seen in awhile. No one showed up, especially the coaches. The inability to properly game plan and get the team going early finally caught up to us. The amount of penalties and turnovers each week is also very alarming, total lack of discipline. On verge of total meltdown honestly with the toughest part of schedule coming up....
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