For weeks now, Tampa Bay head coach Lovie Smith has sprinkled in the comments “We’re not Tennessee-ready” in his press conferences.

After a crushing, 42-14 defeat in the Buccaneers’ 2015 season opener I guess Smith was right.

Sunday’s loss was at home before a crowd of 63,945 fans by the way, where Smith’s Buccaneers are now 0-9 in the regular season.

Siege the day? Smith’s Buccaneers were sieged, seized and slaughtered by the Titans. Even if they weren’t “Tennessee-ready” no one in Tampa Bay saw that pathetic attempt at football coming.

With five months to prepare for the Titans, who were also 2-14 last year and were also starting a rookie quarterback, there was absolutely no reason for Smith and the Buccaneers not to be “Tennessee-ready.”

How much more time did Smith need to be ready? Another week? Another month?

Here’s a newsflash for Smith. He only gets one week to prepare for each opponent the rest of the season with the exception of a bye week. He’s not going to have six months to prepare for New Orleans, which he could use after Sunday’s debacle.

“That’s definitely not how we wanted to start our football season,” Smith said. “I thought we were ready to go, had good practices, but you need to get to the first game to see exactly where you are. We are not there yet. It’s obvious.”

With five months to prepare for the Tennessee game, and this being the second year of the Tampa 2 with a lot of returning personnel, why weren’t the Buccaneers prepared?

Bucs head coach Lovie Smith – Photo by Mark Lomoglio/PR
Bucs head coach Lovie Smith – Photo by Mark Lomoglio/PR

“You have to give Tennessee a lot of the credit,” Smith said. “They had a good game plan against us and of course they executed it well. I thought we had some opportunities early before we let it get out of hand. Defensively, of course we couldn’t stop them. Didn’t get takeaways when it really counted. Offensively, we didn’t get off to the start that we wanted to. Whether it’s turnovers or not being able to move the football.

“Disappointing, of course, for us. We have to keep this in perspective. We’re very disappointed, we’re embarrassed and all of that about today’s performance, but it is one game. That’s the only thing we can lay our hat on right now.”

Plain and simple, the primary job of a head coach of a football team is to prepare his football team to play. The fact that a veteran head coach like Smith did not have his team prepared to play in their home opener is quite disturbing, and frankly, inexcusable.

Smith’s predecessor, Greg Schiano, was 1-1 in season openers. Heck, even Raheem Morris was 1-3 in season openers. Smith is now 0-2 and unless he steers the Buccaneers ship in a new direction quickly he won’t have a chance at a third opener next year.

Indeed, Sunday could mark the beginning of the end for Smith in Tampa Bay. Already feeling the heat from a disappointing 2-14 season and wanting to be more of a master of his own destiny, Smith decided to take the reins of the play-calling for the Tampa 2 scheme away from Leslie Frazier this offseason.

Uh, how did that work out?

After surrendering five touchdowns, including four in the red zone, and not holding Tennessee to a field goal, maybe he should turn the defensive play-calling duties back over to Frazier, as the Bucs defense was actually playing better after the bye week last year. Call it a knee-jerk reaction on my part if you will, but that’s what it seemed like when Smith took away the play-calling duties from Frazier in the offseason despite improvement by the defense down the stretch.

“Red zone defense – I mean, I guess you can start there, you can go all over,” Smith said. “We didn’t play good defense, period. So red zone – couldn’t stop them. Gave up the first touchdown, you shouldn’t give up the big play in a coverage that’s designed not to. Nothing was good tonight.”

Everyone knew the Buccaneers would be young on offense this year with a rookie quarterback in Jameis Winston and two rookie offensive linemen in left tackle Donovan Smith and right guard Ali Marpet. When rookie receiver Adam Humphries was on the field yesterday, which was often, Tampa Bay actually had four rookies on the field, which is never an ideal recipe for success.

To say that the Bucs offense missed its best offensive lineman in Demar Dotson and its best playmaker in Mike Evans on Sunday would be a huge understatement. Veteran right tackle Gosder Cherilus, Dotson’s replacement, surrendered two sacks and was flagged for holding and two false starts.

Louis Murphy, who replaced Evans in the starting lineup, was invisible on Sunday and didn’t post a single catch. There was little separation by Murphy or the other Bucs receivers on Sunday.

Coming into the season everyone suspected Tampa Bay’s offense was likely going to struggle, and the defense, which showed improvement at the end of last year, was expected to carry the day while Winston gained experience. But as bad as the offense performed with Winston throwing two interceptions, including a pick-six on his first pass attempt in the first quarter, Smith’s defense was even worse.

Titans QB Marcus Mariota – Photo by Cliff Welch/PR
Titans QB Marcus Mariota – Photo by Cliff Welch/PR

The Bucs defense forced and recovered one fumble, notched just two sacks, made Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright like look a Pro Bowler, and allowed rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota to have the best debut for a rookie quarterback – ever – with four touchdown tosses, while completing 13-of-16 passes for 209 yards.

I’m not sure who was worse on Sunday – Lovie Smith the head coach or Lovie Smith the defensive coordinator. Sunday’s 28-point loss was the third time a Smith-coached Buccaneers team has been beaten by 25 points or more in 17 games.

The margin of defeat by Schiano’s Buccaneers in his 21 losses over two years was 10.95 points per game. And that was for a coach who came from Rutgers – not the NFL. Smith, who came to Tampa Bay with tons more NFL experience than Schiano had, has actually fared worse. In his 15 losses over two years, the margin of defeat has actually been by 11.6 points per game.

To put that in perspective, over 32 games, Schiano only had one defeat that was by more than 25 points – a 41-0 loss at New Orleans in 2012. Smith has had three in 17 games – a 56-14 loss at Atlanta last year, a 48-17 debacle versus Baltimore at home last year, and Sunday’s 42-14 thrashing at the hands of Tennessee.

Losing stinks, but Buccaneers fans are sick and tired of non-competitive, embarrassing, blowout losses – and there have been far too many under Smith’s watch already. Are the players not responding to Smith’s coaching? Does Smith’s mild-manner coaching style not resonate within the locker room?

Sunday’s loss to Tennessee might have been worse than last year’s loss at Atlanta, which is a tough place to play, and worse than the 48-22 home defeat to Baltimore. Hey, at least the Ravens were a playoff team in 2014.

Smith called Sunday’s performance by Tennessee an “onslaught,” and he’s right. Smith’s defense, which had been fortified by a host of his own hand-picked, former players, including defensive tackle Henry Melton, safety Chris Conte and cornerback Tim Jennings, was tricked, fooled and bamboozled by Mariota’s play-action passes.

Those play-action passes froze the linebackers and allowed Wright (four catches for 101 yards and a TD), tight end Delanie Walker (three catches for 43 yards), and wide receiver Harry Douglas (two catches for 24 yards and a TD) to slip behind them for first downs and/or touchdowns. Smith never had an answer for Tennessee’s two-tight end set, which fortified Mariota and gave him plenty of time to throw, in addition to allowing running back Bishop Sankey to hit the edge and rush for 74 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries (6.2 avg.).

Bucs LB Kwon Alexander and SS DJ Swearinger – Photo by Cliff Welch/PR
Bucs LB Kwon Alexander and SS DJ Swearinger – Photo by Cliff Welch/PR

Tampa Bay’s defensive ends were mowed down on perimeter runs, as Jacquies Smith was held to two tackles and a sack, while George Johnson had one tackle and a fumble recovery. The Bucs defensive tackles, a unit that is supposed to be the best in the NFL, was manhandled by the Titans massive offensive line. Tampa Bay’s franchise player, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, finished the game with just three tackles and a sack.

The Bucs linebacking corps was pedestrian with Lavonte David, rookie Kwon Alexander and Danny Lansanah all notching five tackles each, but also missing quite a few tackles, too.

“Am I surprised that we were that bad?” Smith said. “Yes, I’m surprised that we were that bad. I thought we were ready to go. So yes, it’s definitely a surprise to all of us. But we’ll bounce back. We’ve been in situations like this before. Sometimes you feel like you’re ready, you’re just not – a lot of times that happens the first game of the year. You really don’t know until you get to that first game. The biggest improvement you see from Week 1 to Week 2, and that’s how it’ll happen for us.”

Tampa Bay’s defense didn’t siege the day on Sunday. It was under siege – by a rookie quarterback that looks like a future Hall of Famer the way he played in the 2015 regular season opener. A few more bad losses like the one that occurred on Sunday and Smith will be under siege, too.

Scott Reynolds is in his 24th year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds spent six years giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his son's Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: [email protected]
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seat26
seat26
4 years ago

Everyone is freaking about Winston and Lovie. The real story is how did a Rookie QB just have the single greatest game for a rookie in History against our Defense. He threw 4 Touchdowns. We had no Pass rush, we could not stop them on the ground, and our LB’s took a step backwards. Not to mention Mariotta made our Secondary look like high school players.

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georgehicks
georgehicks
4 years ago
Reply to  seat26

I really don’t understand this outcome. I think that Jameis Winston is a qb who will Improved. But the young qb from Oregon is another P Manning. He is NFL Readt right now. I believe that Jameis Winston should be the backup untill a few weks from now.I think Mike Glennon would be a qb that could give the bucs the key to upset over saints.

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Buctebow
Buctebow
4 years ago
Reply to  georgehicks

Mariotta just looked NFL ready because our defense was non-existent. He will come back down to earth when he has to play professionals.

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago
Reply to  Buctebow

Wrong about Mariota BucTebow. His play action passing had our linebackers frozen and he will do that to every team. THAT is how his receivers were always so wide open. And as soon as they are open, it takes him 0.33 seconds to deliver a STRIKE. That will be tough to stop for any defense.

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Nathaniel_17
Nathaniel_17
4 years ago
Reply to  BucWild02

He ran PA like 5 times… and it paid off each time. I imagine the gameplan was to limit Mariota’s running ability, then defend the pass. Other teams will be more savvy.

Spot on with the release time though. Rampant coverage breakdowns allowed that to happen.

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seat26
seat26
4 years ago

The Situation at right tackle is a mess and what about Evans ? We have seen very little of him in pre season and now he is out for the opener. How serious is his injury ? The official sophomore slip has begun for Evans.

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stlbucsfan
stlbucsfan
4 years ago

Best thing I’ve read all morning, great article!

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Uncle Stan
Uncle Stan
4 years ago
Reply to  stlbucsfan

What took so long to write this article? See no difference from last year.

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Horse
Horse
4 years ago

Time to stop talking as to what you need to do and do it! Go Bucs! Get Better.

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GoldsonAges
GoldsonAges
4 years ago

Its only one game. But it sure was one hackuva stinker!

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago
Reply to  GoldsonAges

Did you even read the article. These embarrassing losses and colossal letdowns are commonplace for Lovie’s Bucs. Schiano would never have survived a loss like this on opening day.

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Uncle Stan
Uncle Stan
4 years ago
Reply to  GoldsonAges

No, it’s a pattern with this coach. Nothing has improved since he got here.

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mmerritt23
mmerritt23
4 years ago

I am out. As a fan that has lived in Chicago for several years I was so sick when Lovie was hired. I heard and watched the Lovie Bears for years and listened to fans up here get worn out on Lovie and the terrible offense, poor defense and sickening handling of the press. The “tampa 2” defense they run is outdated and in the new passing league will never be a championship style. Conte was a joke up here and run out of town looking so bad I can’t believe he got another job. As a displaced fan it… Read more »

76Buc
76Buc
4 years ago
Reply to  mmerritt23

It’s the ownership.They have had very good coaches, but they always fire them o jump to the latest fad in coaches.

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Nathaniel_17
Nathaniel_17
4 years ago

The sky is falling! All is lost!

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Buctebow
Buctebow
4 years ago
Reply to  Nathaniel_17

Well it is pretty saggy, that is for sure. Without some braces there will be a cave in.

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago
Reply to  Nathaniel_17

Lol. Sky is not falling. Just back to the drawing board. New coach next year. New GM. New system. New players. Another “New day in Tampa Bay”. LOL.

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Morgan
Morgan
4 years ago

I challenge PEWTER REPORTERS to ask Lovie today during his press conference if he feels any heat about his job after performances like that. I know they won’t. They’ll just ask their same pathetic non-threatening questions for fear that they won’t get their press passes for next week’s game.

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Garv
Garv
4 years ago

It should be the END of the END for St’ Lovie. He should be gone by the time his presser is scheduled.

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surferdudes
surferdudes
4 years ago

To answer the question, yes this is the beginning of the end for Lovie. If I was a Glazer here’s how I’d proceed. I’d give Lovie till the bye to right this ship, or get the pink slip. My pick for interm coach? Hardy Nickerson. Koetter would seem like the choice, but he has his hands full with Jameis, and a bad offense that needs all his attention. Frazier is a carbon copy of Lovie, and also our bad defense can’t afford to lose a coordinator there. I pick Hardy in hopes he can light a fire under this team.… Read more »

pinkstob
pinkstob
4 years ago

At this point I don’t care who they fire and when they do it at One Buc Place, but in terms of wisely managing an NFL franchise even I think it’s too early to fire Lovie. If/when they do though, Licht should go with him. Too often the HC takes the fall when the GM has saddled him with lousy players. I do think the defense will look better next week when they’re not facing Mariota. He’s going to make a lot of defenses look silly this year because the defenders will have to think more than they normally do.… Read more »

BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago

Owners are to blame on drafting Jameis. They definitely wanted Winston. They had to sign off and did so publicly. They wanted Licht. They wanted Lovie. They (over)paid for Gerald McCoy. They (over)paid for every free agent that has been brought in. I have no confidence that they know what the hell they are doing. They have the football acumen of a tax accountant who makes all valuations from a spread sheet and never with the naked eye or a gut feeling or common sense. They are not football men. They are fools and I am over their ownership. Owners… Read more »

76Buc
76Buc
4 years ago
Reply to  BucWild02

Sell yes, but to someone in Tampa.

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georgehicks
georgehicks
4 years ago

What I saw is Tampa as always. I see Improvement. But if Tampa has the no#1 pick again well it should all defense players and a new head coach. and get a Veteran Coach for bucs new coach Like Butch Davis! Go Bucs

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago
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GeorgeHicks – Butch Davis? Do you regularly eat paint chips or just occasionally? You said you see improvement. I see a team that will be lucky to go 2-14.

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago

Lovie : Please go back to the basement.

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Buctebow
Buctebow
4 years ago

I think I am going to switch from disappointment, crying and anger over to laughter at their bone-headed play. That is much more likely to happen than the Bucs turning it around!

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago
Reply to  Buctebow

Too late Buctebow. You and a handful of others got what you wanted. Jameis is your guy. Enjoy that!

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Buctebow
Buctebow
4 years ago
Reply to  BucWild02

BucWild02 I really didn’t care who we picked. However, Jameis is the least of my concerns with this team.

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Buctebow
Buctebow
4 years ago

I don’t think anyone realistically thought we would have a playoff caliber team this year, however the Bucs still managed to astound everyone with a performance worthy of Division III football against the least talented team in the league. The question remains…if we can’t beat the Titans (or even be competitive), then who can we beat (hint: the answer is no one)?

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago

Another thing that bothered me is ‘Captain’ Vincent Jackson. He drives me crazy. Third drive of the game, third down and 7 and he runs an out and gets 6 yards. You gotta realize you need 1 more yard. Nope. Just runs out of bounds. Bucs go for it on 4th down and th spot is reversed. Never an issue if he stretches or dives or makes an effort.

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Buctebow
Buctebow
4 years ago

I’ve always thought that you need to give a new system and coach 3 years to turn the program around, but the calls for Lovie’s head are starting to make sense. I feel sorry for those who went to the game filling the stands and spending hard earned dollars for a product like that. There are Lemon Laws for cars that can’t be fixed. I wish there was one for football teams, so the fans could get their money back.

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BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago

‘Captain’ McCoy is another one. He’s tired of losing? They have never won with him here. He is not a captain or a face of a franchise. He is a bust. One sack and one pressure. Woo hoo. Its no wonder that the rookie Marpet has looked good against him at times, he’s average.

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bigbuc
bigbuc
4 years ago

So the most winnable game on the schedule by far (at home, against a 2-14 team starting a rookie qb with a roster of virtual unknowns) turned out to be a one sided ROMP against the Bucs who look exactly as unprepared as they did all of last year. But the head coach had no idea it was coming. And after watching every snap in training camp and preseason PR thinks this team will put up 7 wins? Okay….

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Uncle Stan
Uncle Stan
4 years ago
Reply to  bigbuc

What has me quite concerned, is why all the local media seemed to believe we are better than last year and said so. Even last year the media fell into the “playoffa” hype. So who is doing the real reporting rather than just publish what they think the readers want to read? How could the local media be so far off when they were at all the practices? Apparently they believed the Lovie garbage he espoused. I said this last year when I kept using the moniker “St. Lovie” when referring to anything Lovie said or did. Nothing has changed,… Read more »

BucWild02
BucWild02
4 years ago

The article poses the question,”Is this the beginning of the end for Lovie Smith in Tampa?” I say no it shouldn’t be. This is the owners bed and they need to sleep in it. I say the Glazers must only be allowed to get a new coach if this one dies or is no longer under contract. When they lose enough revenue, maybe they will sell the team to someone who knows what they’re doing.

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Ladyfan
Ladyfan
4 years ago

too painful for words. thought the defense would be better. a lot better. had a bad feeling about the team, but not this bad. Tampa as an entity does not have a good track record with coaches since Gruden and a poosr track record with coaching decent personnel. Revis is doing well, so is Bennett, Blount, Talib and others….we cannot coach them up AND mold a consistent system to take advantage of their strengths…this get backs to the Glazers. I think they just are not football people or at least savvy football people. College football for me. Rate this item:Thumb… Read more »

warren
warren
4 years ago

Been a Buc fan since 1976. Can’t recall a more horrible nonperformance by offense & defense. This team is SOFT! No one has a mean streak at all. I was hoping for a 6 win season. Thought that would be an improvement. Now, not sure if 3 wins is realistic. It appears the division is as bad as last year, so that makes the Bucs the worst of the worst…vying with Jax & Oakland for #1 pick again. I generally agree with surferdudes regarding blowing up the team & starting over with a ton of draft choices. Only two problems… Read more »

a-bomb
a-bomb
4 years ago

Been a Bucs fan since I was seven years old in ’79 and have been around too long to overreact to one game. But all I can say today is: when does hockey season start?

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buddah
buddah
4 years ago

This board is a riot. What did you really expect with four rookies starting and your best offensive player out? It was obvious last year that the offensive line coach is horrible and he was not replaced. That’s on management. But this game doesn’t mean much except that we’re 0-1. Is Marita the next Tarkington. Quite possibly. I amde it clear that I thought he was more Pro ready because of his quick decision-making. But that’s old news. We’ve got Winston and he played like a rookie. That’s not all that awful. You can continue this pattern of two or… Read more »

scubog
scubog
4 years ago
Reply to  buddah

Some fans are just over-reacting out of frustration. They are afraid this game is a prelude to the entire season. If it proves to be prophetic both Lovie and Licht will be shown the exit by the equally frustrated Glazers. But no need to panic just yet.

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Garv
Garv
4 years ago

If St. Lovie REALLY cared about the Buccaneers, the players and fans? He’s resign immediately and admit he’s no longer able to coach in the NFL. It’s obvious to ebveryone else and embarrassing to watch or be a part of. Done dee done done.

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inspecto
inspecto
4 years ago
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here,here I agree please for the sake of my marriage. My poor wife had to put up with my ranting fot hours. Sorry Dear. Go Bucs out of town. Fan since 76

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cremdonado
cremdonado
4 years ago

Firing Lovie will actually do little to improve this team- similar to the last 2 coaches as they were all hired by the Glazer boys.We field a second quality football team year after year and we blame the players and then the coaches and the scouts- when the blame is solely on ownership and their inability or unwillingness to build a quality,competitive football team. Lovie will likely be replaced by another coach of the same caliber and the process will begin again- nothing this team has fielded since the SB has been worth a damn- lets just be honest- the… Read more »

DrT1066
DrT1066
4 years ago

Except for one Super Bowl appearance Lovie Smith has a very pedestrian record. Fire him? The real question is why did the Glazers hire him!
Given all of the Glazers’ bad decisions starting with firing Gruden, maybe the answer is to fire themselves and sell the team to a local investor group.

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macabee
macabee
4 years ago

The happiest man in America today is Leslie Frazier – the man not calling the defensive plays.Come on Leslie, wipe that smirk off your face! lol.

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plopes808
plopes808
4 years ago
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lol I see what you did there

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Brandonges
Brandonges
4 years ago

Drove 6 hours round trip, just to leave at halftime. This team is a joke. Here is a quote from Kendall Wright per Grantland, ““I don’t think the guys guarding me could guard me on that play, really,” Wright said afterward. “Not being arrogant … The defense that they ran, there were a lot of holes in the defense, and we worked on those plays all week for that Cover 2 defense.”” Yeah, Tampa’s not going to win many games this year.

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LDavid54
LDavid54
4 years ago

seat26 is absolutely right. The Tampa 2 is predicated on a strong 4 man rush (which we obviously don’t have). We should have gone after aldon smith MUCH harder…. to go in to a season with George Johnson as your starting end and expecting any type of pass rush is laughable. Jameis is going to be fine it was his first game, but our defense really dropped the ball guys (all those completed inside stants felt like we were playing against kubiack’s (he was the OC) ravens last year again). here’s what i think, lemme know if you agree? The… Read more »

cgmaster27
cgmaster27
4 years ago
Reply to  LDavid54

kudos to you sir and most of us feel the same way. Hell me and my brother got free drinks forom the bar owner last year because we are sucker enough to show up and pay for food to watch this BS product. Lovie is a goner and should be. His tampa two sucks and he will never change that. There has been no improvement from this team for two years and it sucks.I’m also a little tired of Lovies Bears re-treads. How the hell is Conte still on this roster? Rate this item:Thumb UpThumb DownSubmit Rating00 No votes yet.… Read more »

jiggyjoe
jiggyjoe
4 years ago

I watched the first half of the game and turned it off. I waited six month through all the hype and hoped for progress. Not a complete change, but some change. What I saw was a QB who was not ready to play football in the NFL. He plays football undisciplined and he is not ready to play. The coaching staff has not made him ready. That was their job. It is on them. The defense was a poor at best. That is on Smith. All this and it was the Titans; a two win team. Who can we beat?… Read more »

SOXX
SOXX
4 years ago

You draft slow, you play slow. That’s got to be the slowest team ever. Every position is slow.

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