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  1. 1

    Horse

    Got to agree. There was some good things that did occur. We still have a ways to go. This is a 4-6 win season. That’s not so terrible if we play many of our younger players. Go Bucs!

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    russmillerwy

    Keith Tandy was also the guy who hustled over and got out in front of Khasheem Greene, clearing his path to the endzone with a kickbutt block.

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      76Buc

      Hackett made a great block also.

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      DCGoth

      I agree. I think it’s hard to drop either Tandy or Greene, after their contributions last night. They both showed everything you want to see in evaluating players. (imho)

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    owlykat

    Tandy was a great replacement for Golston the two games he was suspended and he should have been a starting Safety ever since. He played CB at WVa and he could also have played as nickle back for us too. His great talent has been poorly wasted on the bench.
    I agreed with all these picks–Great Article.

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    scubog

    This list is dead on. Also impressed with Jameis Winston focusing on the game even while being interviewed.

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      DCGoth

      I couldn’t agree more.

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    surferdudes

    I’ve posted before that Humphries reminds me of Wes Welker, then Jameis said during his interview that’s my Wes Welker. Maybe they should redshirt Kenny Bell by putting him on I.R., Hall to P.S., and yes I believe Adam has shown enough this preseason to be a very good slot receiver. Kenny Bell has shown me nothing in the passing game.

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    fredster

    Tandy continues to be a ballhawk. Always has been. Very excited about Brindza after Murray and Barf both couldn’t make FG’s or point after in preseason to save their lives.

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