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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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Rick Stroud “reports” Gerald McCoy will return to the Bucs next season

Twitter is in a frenzy today with news that Gerald McCoy will be returning to the Buccaneers next season, courtesy of an article written by Rick Stroud entitled: “Why Gerald Mccoy will return for a 10th season with the Bucs.” … Continue reading

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Week 14 versus Saints: A tale of two halves

Embed from Getty Images There’s nothing more disconcerting than a division loss. Well, except for maybe a nearly-flawless first half, followed by an ugly second half. At the end of the half, the Bucs led in time of possession, first … Continue reading

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Bucs win 24-17 against the Carolina Panthers: Our Initial Thoughts

Embed from Getty Images Complete. Decisive. Words the team used to describe last weeks performance have translated into a convincing win this week against division foe the Carolina Panthers. The star of the show was unquestionably Andrew Adams, who recorded … Continue reading

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Albert Einstein: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results

Embed from Getty Images Dirk Koetter has had to make two difficult changes already this season: firing his long-time colleague and benching his franchise quarterback. We all see the writing on the wall. If Dirk doesn’t turn it around by … Continue reading

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