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Dec. 30, 2019 at 3:37 pm #1248561
As was stated early on, Jameis Winston happened. That pick-6 to finish off the season sums things up very nicely. Arians thought he could fix Winston – he was wrong – and that last play just put the exclamation point on reality.00No votes yet.Please wait...Dec. 5, 2019 at 3:19 pm #1239796
I’d say #GlazersOut, but ManU already took that…00No votes yet.Please wait...Dec. 3, 2019 at 3:45 pm #1239405
Rivera was on thin ice last year. Not surprised with this.00No votes yet.Please wait...Sep. 10, 2019 at 11:44 am #1209865
In his defense, he thought he was building around a great QB, I think we all did.
While that may be, he has taken too long to recognize that the great QB isn’t there, and maybe still hasn’t recognized it. He’s also done a pretty lousy job of building around the QB, regardless.00No votes yet.Please wait...Sep. 9, 2019 at 4:43 pm #1209599
Wow, the meltdown here is complete. Calling for Griffin after one game in the books. The sad part is it’s almost justifiable after that ‘performance’ Winston gave.
That was just the umpteenth sequel to many that Winston has given. It’s a motif.00No votes yet.Please wait...Sep. 9, 2019 at 4:15 pm #1209587
Sorry, this is the NFL. An NFL quarterback is under pressure until he is eliminated. Period. If he can’t handle that, then he’s not suited to be an NFL quarterback. At this point, the sample size for Winston is pretty large.00No votes yet.Please wait...May. 23, 2019 at 1:03 pm #1188287
Are the bucs a poorly run organization ? Or have they simply hired poor GMs? Does hiring poor GMs mean you are a poorly run organization? Is it the same thing?
Yes, but it’s not the way you’d think. As long as the Glazers are making money, they don’t care how it is run. They don’t run the show, that’s the job of Licht (here) and Woodward (there) – they just own it and take profits. They’re perfectly willing to spend money, even more at United than here because the NFL has a salary cap. But they don’t spend well, because they aren’t running things. And as long as the bottom line looks good, oh well…
And I think, at some level, Licht and Woodward are very similar: They both believe they are good at their jobs while results glaringly tell a different tale for all to see. Both tend to re-sign aging players for more than they are worth and are paying for that in spades now. There are probably other similarities, too. In the end, though, they get a lot less value for their dollar than other teams.00No votes yet.Please wait...May. 23, 2019 at 12:55 pm #1188285May. 23, 2019 at 12:44 pm #1188279
Glazers aren’t the problem. They spend whatever it takes,and they dont micro manage.
Glazers arent the worst as some would say, but they havent hired very well. There are a lot of things they can improve on.
They’re not the very bottom dwellers, no.
But they’re only a step above. I love this “they’re willing to spend” as if they haven’t run two great franchises into the ground.
Both the Bucs and Man U have been an utter clusterf*ck when the baby Glazers took over. I don’t care about “their willingness to spend” millions on a ~$2 billion asset with an income floor.
The Bucs are one of the worst run organizations in the NFL. Full stop.
Reading this thread is just one of the times I have to check which board I’m reading: The Bucs’ board or the United board.
ManU fans hate the Glazers, too. And their version of Licht is Ed Woodward.
But yeah, it’s been since the kids took over. Malcolm did well for both teams.00No votes yet.Please wait...May. 2, 2019 at 9:19 am #1183540
There are 5 thing that need to happen for us to win 10 games this year.
1. JW can’t be a dumb ass with stupid int’s. I like JW but you simply can’t be stupid with the ball, most of all in the RED ZONE.
2. Game Management, Dirk sucked at this, hopefully BA is better.
3. Need a solid FG kicker, hopefully with Gay and the new kicking coach this will be fixed.
4.LUCK!!! Staying healthy, having the ball bounce your way every now and then.
5. Defense has too improve , last year was pathetic.
This is pretty much dead on. 2, 3, and 5 should be easy enough. 4 is a fickle thing to depend on, but handle 2, 3, and 5 and you make your own luck.
It’s point 1 that worries me… There are times when JW’s football IQ and instinct are top notch, MVP-level attributes. Then his switch gets flipped and he’s the worst QB in the history of the game. If Arians can get him leveled out, I can accept the lack of highs if the lows go away, too.00No votes yet.Please wait...Apr. 28, 2019 at 7:57 am #1181696
I can’t criticize this draft until it doesn’t pan out, but there is certainly room to be concerned. We’ll see what happens on the o-line between now and Week 1. It seems to me that opportunities here were missed.00No votes yet.Please wait...Apr. 26, 2019 at 9:09 am #1179979
With this much talent available, about the only way they can whiff on this is if the pick just doesn’t pan out for some unforeseeable reason. I know you should draft for talent, but we have so many needs, whatever talent we pick up here will help. Not a bad place to be really, but every other team near us on the board will enjoy the same benefits.00No votes yet.Please wait...Apr. 26, 2019 at 12:01 am #1179822
Jawaan Taylor, Greedy Williams, or Rock Ya-Sin, maybe Eric McCoy00No votes yet.Please wait...Apr. 25, 2019 at 9:41 pm #1179664
Nobody knows football and Nobody cares. Nobody understands the nuances of this game. Nobody explains things to us very clearly. I appreciate Nobody very much. Thanks, Nobody!00No votes yet.Please wait...Apr. 25, 2019 at 9:09 pm #1179622
Jax Jags got him.00No votes yet.Please wait...