With Defensive Coordinator and long time work partner of Head Coach Dirk Koetter being fired from the Buccaneers early Monday morning, plus the game results and reaction from Sunday’s loss to the Falcons, there is plenty to discuss in this weeks podcast. Listen in as Molly and Ralph give you their thoughts on what is going on with the Bucs and whether they think firing Smith was the correct move.
The Buccaneers are coming off a bye week after an ugly loss to the Bears. Our franchise quarterback returns after a 3-game suspension to take on division opponent Atlanta Falcons, a team that trails in the division. Win or lose, the Bucs will maintain their third place position in the NFC South.
Who lost the Bucs the game against da Bears in Week 4? We’ll tell you in this week’s podcast! (Spoiler alert: it wasn’t Mike Smith.)
Ralph & Molly preview of Week 4 at da Bears: Trubisky, Mack, the pirate angel, the Bucs QB situation and lack of a run game. Special guest: our littlest Bucs fan.
Ralph and Molly discuss the Buccaneers week 3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, our position in the division, and a preview of the Buccaneers week 4 match-up against the Chicago Bears.
Ralph Phillips and Molly Bay review the upset victory by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Super Bowl winning Philadelphia Eagles. Plus a look forward to the next game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ralph Phillips and Molly Bay discuss the debut of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their week 1 matchup against division rivals New Orleans Saints.
Buccaneers Announce Stadium Renovations
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Tampa Sports Authority, the owners of Raymond James Stadium, have come to an agreement to upgrade Raymond James stadium with renovations to exceed $100 million. The Tampa Sports Authority will contribute 28.8 million to the upgrade. Continue reading
In a matchup which featured the oldest starting quarterback and the youngest starting quarterback, the Indianapolis Colts beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday with a score of 23-12.
Bucs defeat Bengals 25-11
The Buccaneers won their first home game under Head Coach Lovie Smith on Monday Night Football. Both the offense and defense showed marked improvement from the first preseason game. Highlights included a pick-six by cornerback Alterraun Verner and a safety by linebacker Danny Lansanah. Running back Doug Martin also looked sharp, causing many to wonder if he has returned to his rookie form. Quarterback Jameis Winston was supposed to play for the entire first half but was pulled after injuring his ankle. The injury was not serious but the coaching staff pulled Winston as a precaution. He is expected to play in preseason Week 3. Wide receiver Mike Evans injured his hamstring during the game and will miss the remainder of the preseason. Evans told the Tampa Tribune he believes he could play in the next preseason game but it is better for him to sit. Continue reading