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In the last episode of the week until their next game, Scott and Jon take part in the show to break down the daunting match-up the Bucs have against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. Not only do they face such a tough opponent, but they could be doing it without Jamel Dean and backup center A.Q. Shipley, which would be a big loss if Ali Marpet still can’t play.

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cptsora
1 month ago

I can’t with this dude caring more about his damn record then having any kind of faith in the team.

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twspin
1 month ago

Luv the comic relief here. Can the Bucs get back on track against the chiefs? Sure they can..I can become a Millionaire by tomorrow..But I won’t. Our only hope is Mahommes and several players get the Covaid thing. Thats it !With out O lineman and D backs (who are terrible to begin with) constantly going down, we have a better chance of calling this game and resting up!I Initially I had the Chiefs by 7. But after todays injury report moved it up to 14. Sit back Buc fans and observe what WE should have done at QB and moved… Read more »

JSW
JSW
Reply to  twspin
1 month ago

I agree with you, twspin, that “[t]his game might get real ugly quick.” We can’t keep playing scared. We can’t keep playing stupid (zone D, and dink and dunk routes, run up the O-line’s butt on O). We need a real, imaginative game plan based on the skills of our players, and the weaknesses of our opponents. Then we need to see the execution of the plays on the field. We need to see some boldness on offense – by the QB, in particular (he looks scared). And we need some tackling like they mean it on D (I’m especially… Read more »

Eddie
Reply to  JSW
1 month ago

Agreed. The heart of a champion comes from the head coach. Constantly throwing player under the bus to save himself is not the way to get there

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JSW
JSW
1 month ago

Based on what I’ve been seeing of this Bucs defense the past several weeks, I fully expect the Chiefs to hang 40 on it. So, the question will be which version of our Bi-Polar offense will show up? Will we make it a shoot out? Or, will this resemble the 2nd Saints game? With the talent we have on offense, we should have 3 Pro Bowl caliber pass catchers on the field on EVERY play – regardless of whether we’re in 12 personnel or 3 wides. You will never convince me that we shouldn’t have at least one of them… Read more »

Eddie
Reply to  JSW
1 month ago

And give the QB some time to find the open guy. Brady doesn;t need much, come on 76, do your job, quit getting beat on every other play

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