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"I don't do Pro Days, we send our scouts to those. I would rather spend my time watching film. The eye in the sky never lies. Functional Strength and athletic ability are the first things we look for in a college prospect." - Mark Dominik, Buccaneers GM
Rough 4th quarter. Maurice Stovall, come on man? What kind of effort was that on that kick off return?
On that 3rd and 20, Lynch didn't get over the top on White over the top and was late.
Not sure if that was a pick by Grimes. Looked like he didn't have full control of the ball when he rolled over.
Also, Falcons fans really? I was over in their forums reading a few of their comments and they talked as if the Bucs were one of the worst teams and "man we shouldn't have played like crap against the Bucs." Last time I checked they were the youngest time in the league who is in the play off hunt. BTW Falcons Fans, I'd still take the Saints over the Falcons any day. Atleast their fans aren't a bunch of douches and are respectable.
A win is a win, good teams find a way to win... We got a couple lucky wins this year too... This year we have seen this team take a big step, get a MLB and a legit pass rushing DE, sprinkle in a vet or two in FA and we are a playoff team next year... Freeman/McCoy/Blount/M.Williams/Benn, we are going to own this divison for a long time once they get another year under there belt...
As I am watching the NFL replay on NFL Network, the more I can't believe how the refs missed not 1, but TWO blatent blocks in the back on that kick off return by Weems. Also, today, I found an interesting article on bleacherreport.com
Tom Edirington wrote:
Then there was Eric Weems.
The ensuing kickoff looked like something out of a Keystone Cops film. Weems was weaving all over the place; he started in the middle, somehow got to the Atlanta sideline where it looked like he stepped out of bounds, and if that wasn't bad enough, there were two BLATANT blocks in the back that only Helen Keller would have missed.
Sadly, Weems somehow ended up in the Bucs end zone after that 102 yards of sheer madness, and you could feel the air come out of Raymond James. It was one of those supreme "Uh-Oh" moments, one of those true "OH NO" moments.
If you were to tell me before this game we would get two INT's on Ryan hold him to 200 yards passing, hold Turner under 100 yards rushing, Blount have over a 100 yards rushing for us, I would have said easy win for us... That KR TD was a killer.. But the penalties really hurt.. The McCoy penalty in the first half was huge, the back to back Defensive penalties on that TD drive just killed us..