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    • Detrimental

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      OL executed as well as I seen all year pushing guys around. Those called end arounds tonight were brilliant too. Gotta give Lefty his props

    • Mark Alsott

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      Me, too. If they can run the ball as well as this, the Bucs MIGHT be able to overcome the defensive secondary.

      • Coral Reef BUC

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        Agreed- Oline was MVP.

        – Anyone else surprised by Fournette? Wow he looked like a different player.

        – I hope I’m wrong, is there something more with the Rojo situation? Is the fact that he was not given opportunity for 1000 yards influencing his injured quad. ? Just seems really odd to hurt yourself in warm ups.

    • Biggs3535

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      OL executed as well as I seen all year pushing guys around. Those called end arounds tonight were brilliant too. Gotta give Lefty his props

      Agreed. We saw some creativity in the run game last night. Keep it up.

    • m_j

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      run game was fine, but not that great! OK, vs. that WFT DL it maybe was great … whatever. keep on pounding and don‘t give the ball to vaughn, thats dangerous!

    • Natural Selection

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      I thought Lenny played his best game for us, but that the line was more impressive in the run game. I was honestly shocked watching us cave in and seal up the WFT front on so many run attempts. I’m just so used to one or more clearly blown assignments /physical losses wrecking seemingly half our run attempts. Our backs were consistently THROUGH the los cleanly. If anything left yards on the table on several already successful rushes. Looking forward to someone who knows what they are watching really breaking down our line vs WFT. It felt like our guys made a big statement watching live. Even after Capps went out. Only a couple Larsen being Larsen snaps imo.

    • xbucsx_4_xevax

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      OL executed as well as I seen all year pushing guys around. Those called end arounds tonight were brilliant too. Gotta give Lefty his props

      But most would say those calls are on Brady…

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      I was excited til cappa got hurt. Hadn’t allowed a sack all year. Huge loss.

      Larsen? Yikes. Vs lar or NO? I fear for bradys life.

    • buc_boi

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      O-line was never the problem here in Tampa, just another excuse for Winstons shitty play.

      Should have made the playoffs 2 seasons ago, the team around the QB was ready.

    • kenntak

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      I missed it, why didn’t RoJo play?

    • Biggs3535

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      I missed it, why didn’t RoJo play?

      Tweaked his quad in warm up.

    • FireLicht2020

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      Rojo would have run for 150 last night.

      Vaughn better not see the field again these playoffs

    • Nobody

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      OL absolutely dominated.

      RBs left a huge chunk of extra yards on the field yesterday. They were escorted to the 2nd level with pretty much no contact. We needed about 5 more Forced Missed Tackles in space and several plays would have been massive.

    • RW

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      OL absolutely dominated.

      RBs left a huge chunk of extra yards on the field yesterday. They were escorted to the 2nd level with pretty much no contact. We needed about 5 more Forced Missed Tackles in space and several plays would have been massive.

      Agree totally . I think RoJo would have broke a couple for really big gains and definitely been in the 150 range. The WFT D-line, especially their ends were more concerned coming after Brady and neglected their run responsibilities.

    • Detrimental

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      We need RoJo back next game.

      OL absolutely dominated.

      RBs left a huge chunk of extra yards on the field yesterday. They were escorted to the 2nd level with pretty much no contact. We needed about 5 more Forced Missed Tackles in space and several plays would have been massive.

    • Boid Fink

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      Yeah dude. Key Vaughn was pure garbage last night. He’s running a safety valve type Route and doesn’t even turn his fugging head to loom for the ball, he fumbled it…I was wanting Shady back there over that kid last night. The game was clearly to big for him last night…

      Rojo would have run for 150 last night.

      Vaughn better not see the field again these playoffs

    • TBChucky

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      Line looked great. Fournette had some nice runs for sure, but he honestly impressed me more catching passes. I’m not giving up on Vaughn. I think the coaching staff messed up not giving him more touches throughout the season. He was obviously nervous. To be expected. I seen Brady telling him where to line up a few times. Not gonna lie though, that fumble HURT BAD!..

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      Me, too. If they can run the ball as well as this, the Bucs MIGHT be able to overcome the defensive secondary.

      The best defense is a good offense.

    • TBChucky

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      I just wanted to say that your screen name always makes me chuckle.. Well done sir!

      Me, too. If they can run the ball as well as this, the Bucs MIGHT be able to overcome the defensive secondary.

    • Buc on the Move

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      Lots of people bagging on Vaughn for the fumble, but to me it seemed to me like more of a great play by the defender than a mistake by Vaughn. I know it hurt big time, but tough to hold it against the young man.

      The missed pass, sure. But the fumble was a great “peanut punch” as I saw someone else call it.

    • Biggs3535

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      Lots of people bagging on Vaughn for the fumble, but to me it seemed to me like more of a great play by the defender than a mistake by Vaughn. I know it hurt big time, but tough to hold it against the young man.

      The missed pass, sure. But the fumble was a great “peanut punch” as I saw someone else call it.

      Except defenders do that all of the time. It’s Vaughn’s job not to put the ball on the ground.

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