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Re: Lee Roy Selmon Died for our Sins: The TB Bucs Thread

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Postby Rodney Farva » 20 Mar 2015, 09:32

i seem to be signing every no-name guy from dallas' defense, i don't know if these guys were starters or second string. not sure how that's going to work out, but cain't be much worst than last year's free agents.
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Postby God Shamgod » 26 Oct 2015, 16:10

Lovie is a nice guy, but maybe the worst coach in the NFL.
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Re: Lee Roy Selmon Died for our Sins: The TB Bucs Thread

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 26 Oct 2015, 17:49

God Shamgod wrote:Lovie is a nice guy, but maybe the worst coach in the NFL.

Seriously, Redskins were historically shitty godawful in the 3rd Q this season til this joker came along. Who lets fat gruden outcoach them?
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Re: Lee Roy Selmon Died for our Sins: The TB Bucs Thread

Postby Rodney Farva » 04 Jan 2016, 11:10

season in review:

6-10 an improvement, probably played a little better than the record showed.
jameis was better than i expected, both on the field and in terms of maturity.
big decisions on whether to re-sign the hamster and vinnie jax. i would let hamster go because he's going to get paid big and one healthy season isn't enough to have full faith. keep jackson if you can get him at a reasonable number.
the rookie guard with the funny name from the tiny college was a great get.
koetter did a good job running the offense. would like a little bit of an upgrade on the line to ensure jameis stays healthy.
HOT TAEK: the days of the tampa 2 being a winning defense are pretty much over and i don't know if lovie will move away from it. or maybe it's that with one or two exceptions the talent on D is really bad, especially the corners. i dunno, but right now that's the biggest thing holding this team back.
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Postby SouthernYokel » 04 Jan 2016, 11:16

Rodney Farva wrote:season in review:

6-10 an improvement, probably played a little better than the record showed.
jameis was better than i expected, both on the field and in terms of maturity.
big decisions on whether to re-sign the hamster and vinnie jax. i would let hamster go because he's going to get paid big and one healthy season isn't enough to have full faith. keep jackson if you can get him at a reasonable number.
the rookie guard with the funny name from the tiny college was a great get.
koetter did a good job running the offense. would like a little bit of an upgrade on the line to ensure jameis stays healthy.
HOT TAEK: the days of the tampa 2 being a winning defense are pretty much over and i don't know if lovie will move away from it. or maybe it's that with one or two exceptions the talent on D is really bad, especially the corners. i dunno, but right now that's the biggest thing holding this team back.


i think tampa is the 2nd best team in the division behind the panthers and the gap is closing. their roster scares me a lot more than atlanta or new orleans. Jameis is for real...maybe not next year but by 2017 i think the Bucs will be in control of the division.
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Postby JichaelDick » 04 Jan 2016, 11:19

SouthernYokel wrote:
Rodney Farva wrote:season in review:

6-10 an improvement, probably played a little better than the record showed.
jameis was better than i expected, both on the field and in terms of maturity.
big decisions on whether to re-sign the hamster and vinnie jax. i would let hamster go because he's going to get paid big and one healthy season isn't enough to have full faith. keep jackson if you can get him at a reasonable number.
the rookie guard with the funny name from the tiny college was a great get.
koetter did a good job running the offense. would like a little bit of an upgrade on the line to ensure jameis stays healthy.
HOT TAEK: the days of the tampa 2 being a winning defense are pretty much over and i don't know if lovie will move away from it. or maybe it's that with one or two exceptions the talent on D is really bad, especially the corners. i dunno, but right now that's the biggest thing holding this team back.


i think tampa is the 2nd best team in the division behind the panthers and the gap is closing. their roster scares me a lot more than atlanta or new orleans. Jameis is for real...maybe not next year but by 2017 i think the Bucs will be in control of the division.


Agreed with this, 100%.
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Postby CourtesyFlush » 04 Jan 2016, 11:27

JichaelDick wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
Rodney Farva wrote:season in review:

6-10 an improvement, probably played a little better than the record showed.
jameis was better than i expected, both on the field and in terms of maturity.
big decisions on whether to re-sign the hamster and vinnie jax. i would let hamster go because he's going to get paid big and one healthy season isn't enough to have full faith. keep jackson if you can get him at a reasonable number.
the rookie guard with the funny name from the tiny college was a great get.
koetter did a good job running the offense. would like a little bit of an upgrade on the line to ensure jameis stays healthy.
HOT TAEK: the days of the tampa 2 being a winning defense are pretty much over and i don't know if lovie will move away from it. or maybe it's that with one or two exceptions the talent on D is really bad, especially the corners. i dunno, but right now that's the biggest thing holding this team back.


i think tampa is the 2nd best team in the division behind the panthers and the gap is closing. their roster scares me a lot more than atlanta or new orleans. Jameis is for real...maybe not next year but by 2017 i think the Bucs will be in control of the division.


Agreed with this, 100%.

Plus dos. Jameis cuts down on the mistakes and they're scary good. There's talent in the front 7 on D too.
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Re: Lee Roy Selmon Died for our Sins: The TB Bucs Thread

Postby God Shamgod » 04 Jan 2016, 12:09

The team and Jameis were much better with Vincent Jackson playing. I don't know if they can keep him at his cap number doe. Otherwise it was Mike Evans (inconsistent at best) and a bunch of truck drivers (seriously Donte Dye, Adam Humphries, Cameron Brate who tf are those guys). Well, Cameron Brate went to Harvard so he probably wouldn't be driving a truck, but still.

I don't think Lovie is the guy to take them to the next level, but ultimately it would hurt development if they were to lose Koetter and bring in another OC.
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Re: Lee Roy Selmon Died for our Sins: The TB Bucs Thread

Postby Rodney Farva » 06 Jan 2016, 22:36

surprised they canned lovie, not sure i mind but they have a bad record hiring and I'm worried who they get next. agree with shammy that losing koetter would be a bad move.
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Re: Lee Roy Selmon Died for our Sins: The TB Bucs Thread

Postby God Shamgod » 06 Jan 2016, 22:40

Sounds like Koetter was getting HC interest elsewhere and they decided to make him the HC rather than lose him. Can't say it's a bad move, but will probably get killed for it nationally.
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Postby NotAndyGreenwald » 07 Jan 2016, 05:47

God Shamgod wrote:Sounds like Koetter was getting HC interest elsewhere and they decided to make him the HC rather than lose him. Can't say it's a bad move, but will probably get killed for it nationally.


They ned a secondary. Did Lovie not at one point have BOTH Conte and Wright in the lineup?
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