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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.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will preview the NFC South. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the number one overall selection, who will they select? The Atlanta Falcons have a new coaching staff, will this help Matt Ryan? The New Orleans Saints are trying to rebound and get back to the playoffs. Do the Carolina Panthers have enough to continue building and make a deeper playoff run? Listen in and call the show.
What can we say that hasn't already been said about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Not much, but we're going to put on a first-class podcast regardless. Right now the Bucs sit in that beloved group of 2-11 teams all looking for that #1 pick in the draft. Will they be there when the season ends?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers FINALLY broke the losing streak against the Washington Redskins on Sunday. At 2-8, they are shockingly still alive in the race for the NFL Playoffs but it won't be an easy task in making it there. We'll discuss all the possibilities and have a look ahead to our upcoming matchup with the Chicago Bears.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the New Orleans Saints in depressing fashion on Sunday, losing in overtime despite holding two 11-point leads in the second half. So how did the Bucs get to that point in the game?
Ken and Leo have some thoughts about the decisions made by the players, coaches and referees that led to the Bucs' frustrating defeat at the hands of the Saints. How did the team allow a safety to happen in a five-point game? Why can the Bucs not avoid dumb penalties? What was Lovie Smith thinking?
The guys also discuss Mike Glennon, and discuss what he has to do moving forward to earn the Bucs' starting job for the long haul.
Plus, we have a recap of the Bucs Nation Radio Fantasy League Super Bowl, in which the hosts played each other in a meaningless Week 5 contest.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will preview the Green Bay Packers (10-4) vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-12). On paper, the Packers should roll in this game, right? Well, this is the NFL, which means that you have to go out an execute every Sunday. The Buccaneers are tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, and the Tennessee Titans for the worst record, in the NFL. Should the Buccaneers pull off the upset, they will not be in the running for the overall number one pick, in the 2015 Draft. Don't think that the players are going to lay down and take a beating. The Buccaneers will take the field and try to slow down the Packers offense. Offensively, the Buccaneers have an up and coming rookie receiver, Mike Evans. They might be able to find some success against the Packers defense.
The Green Bay Packers need to win, to set up the showdown at Lambeau Field, with the Detroit Lions. However, before looking to week 17, and a Division title showdown, they need to take care of business. The Packers can not expect to fly to Tampa Bay and leave with a win, without executing and fixing some issues. What are the keys to the Packers offense this week? Do you think that they need to get back to a balanced attack? They will have a chance against a Buccaneers defense that ranks 25th, in both, points and yards allowed. There should be opportunities but the Packers need to execute. Listen in or call the show.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were beat down by the Panthers in Week 1, falling behind 17-0 before crawling back to a 20-14 final score. Ken and Leo have some thoughts about the game as they recap Lovie Smith's first contest in charge in Tampa.
How much blame can we put on the offense for what happened on Sunday? How was Josh McCown's first game as the leader of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
And what about the defense? With promising players on every level, did that unit do enough on Sunday against a backup quarterback?
The guys discuss Mike Johnson, Clinton McDonald, and Adrian Clayborn. Is the pass rush going to doom the Bucs this year? Can they succeed with only Gerald making noise along the line?
Lovie Smith and his decision making are put under the microscope as well. Two Michael Koenen punts are evaluated; were they good decisions?
All that and more on this episode of Bucs Nation Radio.
In this awesome episode of " Talking Packers with Steve " , i shall be talking and going over the Week 16 game against our FORMER division oppoinent when it was the NFC Central , Tampa Bay Buccaneers . Will go over the positive and negitive things from the game . If you are listen while LIVE , more than welcome to call in to the show with your thoughts on Packers or NFL . Twitter handles to follow are : @Talking_Packers and @ARMY_STRONG_06 .
Piracy is typically an act of robbery or criminal violence at sea. The term can include acts committed on land, in the air, or in other major bodies of water or on a shore. It does not normally include crimes committed against people traveling on the same vessel as the perpetrator (e.g. one passenger stealing from others on the same vessel). The term has been used throughout history to refer to raids across land borders by non-state agents.
Piracy or pirating is the name of a specific crime under customary international law and also the name of a number of crimes under the municipal law of a number of states. It is distinguished from privateering, which is authorized by national authorities and therefore a legitimate form of war-like activity by non-state actors. Privateering is considered commerce raiding, and was outlawed by the Peace of Westphalia (1648) for signatories to those treaties.
Those who engage in acts of piracy are called pirates. In the 21st century, the international community is facing many problems in bringing pirates to justice. ~ Courtesy of Wikipedia.org
“Piracy is typically an act of robbery or criminal violence at sea. The term can include acts committed on land, in the air, or in other major bodies of water or on a shore. It does not normally include crimes committed against people traveling on the same vessel as the perpetrator (e.g. one passenger stealing from others on the same vessel). The term has been used throughout history to refer to raids across land borders by non-state agents.”
“Piracy or pirating is the name of a specific crime under customary international law and also the name of a number of crimes under the municipal law of a number of states. It is distinguished from privateering, which is authorized by national authorities and therefore a legitimate form of war-like activity by non-state actors. Privateering is considered commerce raiding, and was outlawed by the Peace of Westphalia (1648) for signatories to those treaties.”
“Those who engage in acts of piracy are called pirates. In the 21st century, the international community is facing many problems in bringing pirates to justice.” ~ Courtesy of Wikipedia.org
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