Author Archives: Ralph Phillips
Shut the front door… The secondary made this game. Jamel Dean shows promise, tallying an impressive 13 passes defended in 161 total snaps. The defensive line hits its stride in the second half and showed passion that has been absent … Continue reading
The Buccaneers were simply outcoached in the team’s 34-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints. Our division rival incorporated different looks on defense, exploiting the offense’s weakness: running back pass protection. Although Devin White recorded his most tackles of the … Continue reading
Saints will be missing their starting left guard so Vea should feast. Mike Evans is sure to have a better showing than last time they met in week 5. Molly and Ralph give their predictions.
Vernon Hargreaves’ lackluster performance Sunday appeared to have been the straw that broke the camel’s back for Jason Licht and crew – the team announced his release today. Jameis Winston had one of his best games of the season against … Continue reading
There was a lot to see in the coaches film in the Bucs’ loss to the Titans. Unlike prior weeks, the film showed a different picture than the initial broadcast. Jameis Winston continues to make the same mistakes he’s made … Continue reading
In perhaps the most inconsistent game of the season, we saw the best of the Buccaneers and worst of the Buccaneers all in one game. Throwing two picks and fumbling the ball three times, Jameis Winston also managed to have … Continue reading
The loss to the Panthers is still squarely on Jameis Winston. Bad decisions, bad passes, and scrambling unnecessarily were exacerbated by a poor showing in pass protection by the running backs. The wide receivers, exclusive of Chris Godwin, dropped too … Continue reading