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Jameis Winston and The Quarterback Whisperer: Does the Buccaneer QB have what it takes to be a successful NFL quarterback?

Embed from Getty Images One of the things I love about Bruce Arians is that he’s an open book.¬†Literally. I mean, the man wrote a freakin’ book. Typically, you get a¬†new head coach that is all coach-speak and you spend … Continue reading

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A look at Bruce Arians’ coaching staff: Defense & Special Teams (Part 2 of 2)

In our last piece, we went through the resumes of all Bruce Arians’ offensive coaching staff. This piece will focus on the defense and special teams. While the defense is Todd Bowles’ defense, Bruce ensured the defensive and special teams … Continue reading

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A look at Bruce Arians’ coaching staff: Offense (Part 1 of 2)

January is here, and without a playoff berth, Buccaneers fans are left wanting for any information related to the team. I think most of us might settle for a piece detailing each players’ breakfast at this point. With a new … Continue reading

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The First 100 Days of Lovie in 500 words or less

Critics have shredded the fluff piece that is The First 100 Days of Head Coach Lovie Smith quite thoroughly, so I’ll spare you (and writer Scott Smith) my opinion on the novella. What can be garnered from the 32,000-word article is an insight into the new regime and what can be expected of it in the short term. Fortunately for you, I have read the article for you so you do not have to and will summarize the high points in 500 words or less. Continue reading

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