Week 5 Buccaneers @ Saints – Things I Found Interesting

These are some plays and observations that I found interesting in the October 6th, 2019 week 5 matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Saints scored first and never gave up the lead. The Bucs tied the game in the first half but could never get on pace to surpass the Saints, losing with a final score of 31 -24.
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[119] Week 4: New Orleans Saints coaches film review

Bad referee performance and poor game planning characterize this loss to the New Orleans Saints. The referees missed a total of nine calls or non-calls that cost the Buccaneers. The game plan concocted by the coaching staff fell flat, from the defensive line play, to the lack of blitz, to the offense’s timing, to the receiving corps’ inability to create separation. This week, the secondary takes the wrap for poor coverage by linebackers. Ralph goes through all six sacks on Jameis Winston.

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[118] Instant Reaction: Bucs fall to the Saints

Saints win in a disappointing performance by the Buccaneers. The better team won, plain and simple. Ralph’s conjecture that the game would boil down to the pass rush rang true, as the Buccaneers pass rush was non-existent and the Saints’ was disruptive. Did Jameis get happy feet? We debate. We faced a different type of back in Alvin Kamara, who proved more elusive than backs we’ve faced in games past, but still only totaled 62 yards. We discuss the refs efforts in the Saints victory: Was the Carlton Davis ejection justified? Fumble with no clear recovery? Obvious offensive pass interference? Mike Evans is a non-factor. Peyton Barber and Ronald Jones are a dynamic duo.

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[117] Week 5 Saints preview

We’re facing off with our second division rival of the season. Can the Buccaneers shell out another convincing road win? With a more conservative Teddy Bridgewater behind the helm, we think it’s possible. Ralph explains why he’s not concerned about the Bucs pass defense. Mike Evans to reunite with this son, Marshon Lattimore. Ralph thinks this game is all about the pass rush on both sides of the ball, while Molly maintains it’s all on the Bucs’ offense to play a complete game. Bruce Arians talks crowd noise.

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Week 4 Bucs @ Rams coaches film. Things I Found Interesting

These are some plays and observations that I found interesting in the September 29, 2019 week 4 matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Rams are defending NFC Champions and came into the game undefeated on the season. The Buccaneers had a giant win, dominating the game in all aspects. There are a ton of positive things to take away from this game for Buc fans. #GoBucs!
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[116] Week 3: Los Angeles Rams coaches film review

Ralph spent eight glorious hours reliving the Bucs victory against reigning NFC Champions the Los Angeles Rams. While the defensive backs have taken most of the heat for last week’s defensive deficiencies, Ralph thinks the blame lies elsewhere. Ralph analyzes Jameis’s pick six. Rams LT Whitworth gets the better of Barrett. Whitehead continues to feast. Jared Goff has a bad game.

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[115] Instant Reaction: Victory against Rams

Wear your colors with pride this week, Bucs fans. The Buccaneers travel to LA and win in convincing fashion. Bucs fan had a huge turnout in enemy territory. The team broke the franchise scoring record, putting up 55 points. Shaq Barrett has a record-matching game, joining Kevin Green, Mark Gastineau and Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila for the most sacks through four games. Donovan Smith lays a monster hit. Ryan Jensen picks a fight less than two minutes into the game. Bucs lose Jack Cichy and Carlton Davis in the last moments of the game. Bucs remain competitive in the division.

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[114] Week 4 Rams preview

The Bucs are heading to LA to face the Rams Sunday. Suh returns to his old team. We get to see Talib against Evans. Will Gurley be able to run against our defense? The big matchups are Andrew Whitworth vs Shaq Barrett, Alex Cappa against Aaron Donald, Evans vs. Talib, and Arians vs. McVay

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NYG @ Bucs – Things I Found Interesting

These are some plays and observations that I found interesting in the September 22, 2019 week 3 matchup between the New York Giants and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Giants started rookie Daniel Jones at quarterback in place of the legend Eli Manning, most likely ending Manning’s tenure as the leader of the Giants. End of an era. The Bucs lost this game due to a missed last second field goal by Matt Gay. Heartbreaking loss for sure but there are a ton of positive things to take away from this game for Buc fans.
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[113] New York Giants coaches film review

For the third week in a row, what you saw was what you got. Ralph discusses what he saw in his analysis of the heartbreaking Giants game. Shaq Barrett makes a name for himself in the league. The offensive line continues to excel. Jameis is calm and poised as he clicks with the receivers. OJ Howard shows up Week 3. The interior defensive line continue to push the pocket. The pass rush is excellent. The game boiled down to one thing: a missed kick. We discuss reactions to the loss, and what the media is covering.

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