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On the Sunday night edition of the Total Sports Live Podcast, Jovan Alford and Angela Montoni will be breaking down the Philadelphia Eagles' 45-17 humiliating loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
On the pod, they will be talking about if the team quit on Chip Kelly today? What happened to the defense especially on third down? Finally, where do the Eagles go from here with a game on Thanksgiving against the Detroit Lions?
Make sure to follow Jovan on Twitter: @Jovan10, Angela: @angemontone and Total Sports Live: @TotalSportsLive
LIVE FROM TAMPA, FL: Bleed Blue Show - NY Giants Round Table Post Game reaction. Call 929-477-4171 after Week 9 between the New York Giants vs Tampa Bay, FL. We will be discussing the win or loss of Week 9 of the NFL season. With Week 9 out of the books, is there any joy to be had from Big Blue Nation. Any concerns the fans should have? What did you like from the game? What did you dislike from the game? Where does the team go from here? The good..... the bad.... the ugly? All your opinions and thoughts are welcomed to the Giants Round Table
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LIVE FROM TAMPA, FL - The Bleed Blue Show, Forum for the fans on the NY Football Giants Round Table with the co-hosts and stakeholders. Dial 929-477-4171 to discuss week 9 matchup between the NY Giants and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During this broadcast, we will be discussing the keys to the upcoming game, current injuies, key individual matchups to watch out for, expectations of the game. A LIVE tailgaiting report as BleedBlueShow Steve gives the updates with NY Giants fans partying all weekend in sunny Florida, tailgaiting and interacting with NY Giants Fans on the Front Lines. Also we will be briefly discussing other games, fantasy football league updates, around the league talk survivor Picks, Week 8 Pick'ems.
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Donteea Dye.
ACQUIRED BY BUCS:
Signed by Tampa Bay as a college free agent on May 4, 2015.
Played four seasons at Heidelberg University (2011-14), catching 116 passes for 2,298 yards (19.8 avg.) and 26 touchdowns.
Dye’s 26 career touchdown receptions are the second-most in program history.
Set career highs in receptions (57) receiving yards (1,022) and receiving touchdowns (14) as a senior (2014). Also blocked a punt, which was returned for a touchdown.
Winner of the Ed Sherman Award, given annually to the top receiver in the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC). His 14 touchdown receptions led the conference and were the second-most in Heidelberg history.
Named second-team D3football.com All-American, first-team All-North Region and first-team All-OAC.
Played in nine games as a junior (2013), catching 28 passes for 701 yards (25.0 avg.) and eight touchdowns.
Saw his first playing time on offense as a sophomore (2012), finishing the year with 31 catches for 575 yards (18.5 avg.) and four touchdowns.
Played in six games as a true freshman (2011), making three tackles and recovering one fumble.
Attended Fairfield High School (Cincinnati, Ohio).
Born Donteea Dye on August 20, 1993 in Fairfield, Oh.
Today's Guest: Dewayne Staats, Tampa Bay Rays play-by-play announcer and author of “Position To Win” (with Dave Scheiber).
DEWAYNE STAATS podcast excerpt: "Harry Caray was perfect on the personality side. I learned from him that it's important to be a human being and to have fun with this and be personable. Harry once told me that, when he was a kid in St. Louis, he would listen to the games in the early years of radio and then he would sneak his way into the ballpark. He said it was always so much more fun at the ballpark than when he listened at home. He tried to convey the actual experience of being at the ballpark in his personality and, at the same time, it didn't hurt because it served his own purposes. Harry knew what he was doing; he was promoting Harry Caray."
Key interview moments:
• 8:15 Despite his overwhelming interest in sports while in high school, Dewayne Staats' teacher encouraged him to explore philosophy and literature because "the unexamined life is not worth living;
• 20:55 Harry Caray knew what he was doing -- he was promoting Harry Caray;
• 41:45 Joe Madden was probably an even better manager of the Tampa Bay Rays than even is fans knew at the time.
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Upon entering the 2014 NFL season, many believed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would be a playoff team. Well last I checked, 2 wins in a 16-game season doesn't get you anywhere but most likely last place in your division. I actually thought they would be better than 4 wins in 2013, & they were awfully worse. & as a result, they landed the #1 overall pick in the 2015 Draft & took highly touted quarterback from their inner state, Jameis Winston, who's known for big plays & big trouble. Last year was the first year Lovie Smith took over as head coach & you would've thought the brotha might had regretted such a decision. But this team has talent on both sides of the ball. Second year wide receiver Mike Evans has even bigger expectations this year after being part of arguably the biggest wide receiver draft class in league history. Add the likes of Vincent Jackson, Gerald McCoy, George Johnson (back w/ team after being traded from Detroit), & Chris Conte (free agent pickup form Chicago), this Tampa team has some pieces to compete in what I believe will be a competitive division...not saying they'll win, but all 4 teams have proven they can hang w/ each other in division play for the most part. But I'm anxious to see what Winston will look like during his rookie campaign, assuming he's named the official started before regular season play (he most likely will be if healthy & productive enough). This team should be better than 2 wins. They can't get worse. But can this roster REALLY compete in the NFC South? I'm not so sure they can but tune in to another team report coverage of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Wednesday morning @ 9:30am. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got first crack at the draft this year and now it's time to answer some serious questions. Will Jameis Winston be the right fit and the frantchise quarterback the Bucs need or will Lovie Smith have to go back to the drawing board? The Bucs can't fall too much farther but with he NFC South wide open could the shock the world and be champs again? Next Fan Up Podcast Superfan Daniel breaks down the Bucs chances.
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1st Hour: Mustafa Sabree interview on new play: The SENTINEL AND THE SHOWMAN... ALSO The New Africa Conference
2nd Hour: Martha Nylah Williams and the Tampa Bay Area Muslim Association
3rd Hour: OPEN MIKE
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