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.
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.
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.
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
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.
We’re as delusional as ever after the Bucs’ devastating loss to the Giants. We lost the game, but there’s reason for optimism. Shaq Barrett is on pace to shatter records. Jameis Winston plays a solid game. The pressure is now on Matt Gay. What do the fans have to do with it?
We discuss our initial thoughts on the Carolina game and how the coaches film stacked up. Shaq Barrett was the star of the show, but another defender quietly made the game. The offensive line’s performance may be the highlight of the offense. ProFootball Focus ranks Bucs defenders. We discuss their head-scratching list. The injury report is out. Find out who will likely be sitting on Sunday.
The Buccaneers are set to host the New York Giants Week 3, days after long-time quarterback Eli Manning was benched in favor of rookie Daniel Jones. While the receiving corps is a weak point, the threat of Saquon Barkley makes their run game dangerous. The Buccaneers offense matches up against a secondary that gave up 494 yards and 35 points to the Dallas Cowboys. Can the Buccaneers add to their lead of our division opponents, particularly with two division quarterbacks lost to injury? Ronde Barber will be inducted into the Buccaneers Ring of Honor during this game. Caleb Benenoch gets a new home. Is it with a contender? Buccaneers continue the celebration of the league’s 100th year with another concert.