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    Bucs Spoke With Seahawks About Harvin

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    Bucs Are Going Back To Basics

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    Bucs Receiving a "Ton of Calls" on Jackson

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    Model For Evaluating Talent Worth Questioning

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  • 03.

    Bucs Spoke With Seahawks About Harvin

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  • 04.

    Bucs Are Going Back To Basics

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  • 01.

    Bucs Receiving a "Ton of Calls" on Jackson

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  • 02.

    Model For Evaluating Talent Worth Questioning

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    Bucs Spoke With Seahawks About Harvin

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Johnson Doesn't Fit Bucs Scheme

Before the season started, I thought the biggest free agent signing for the Bucs was defensive end Michael Johnson. This was the guy who could be that dominant pass rusher coming off the edge. The guy that would compliment Gerald McCoy and take advantage of one on one match ups consistently.

Mankins a "Detriment" for Bucs

The Bucs offensive line has been one of the worst units in the NFL this season as expected. Anthony Collins has been a bust, Demar Dotson has not been as good as he was a year ago, and now there is a battle between Patrick Omameh and Garrett Gilky at right guard. With those issues at hand, the Bucs biggest weakness along there offensive line might be the player they were supposed to lean on most.

Will Lovie Keep Glennon As The Starter?

This shouldn't even be debated. But it has. And it most likely will continue to be. At least until the team returns from the bye week.

Buc Ball is Dead

I don't typically put much stock in former athletes' opinions regarding a particular topic. I like ex athletes turned broadcasters to tell me something I don't know. Often times they don't. Too often they regurgitate information that I already know. But yesterday, to my surprise, that changed with comments by Warren Sapp.</

Sapp Not Happy With McCoy's Kindness

The story that won't go away just got another wrinkle to it. On Wednesday, Warren Sapp joined the "Booger and Ryan Show" on 98.7 The Fan and unloaded on the Buccaneers, but in particular the personality and mentality of the Bucs supposed "leader" on defense.

Jorvorskie Lane Suspended for PED Use

Jorvorskie Lane of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been suspended without pay for the team’s next two games for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances.

Video: Changes During the Bye Week

The Bucs enter the bye week with a 1-5 record and are coming off one of the most embarrassing losses in NFL history. With two weeks until they play their next game, might the Bucs finally make some changes to right this ship?

Gerald McCoy: "Get Over It"

After the Bucs 48-17 loss to the Ravens, which was the Bucs 2nd blowout loss in 4 games, it was written on this site and said on 98.7 The Fan that the supposed leaders, in particular Gerald McCoy, should be held accountable for their failures as leaders.

Lovie Puts Johnson On Notice

Defensive end Michael Johnson has been unable to live up to the expectations set forth after his offseason signing with the Buccaneers. He has recorded 13 tackles and two sacks this season, both sacks coming in Week 4 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. While the numbers are less than impressive, the bigger disappointment came this past Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

Better Behind the Scenes

After starting the season 1-5, I asked myself a very simple question pertaining to the Bucs the other day. Has this team gotten any better since training camp? After thinking it over for about five minutes, I had my answer. That answer wasn't yes. It's a resounding no!

Lovie's Leaders

The Bucs biggest issue within their organization is that they lack true leaders within their locker-room. They have a collection of talented players, but none of which who knows how to lead and inspire greatness in their teammates. Those same leaders the Bucs are lacking are the same players that would be holding other players accountable in the locker-room if mistakes were made on the field.

Who Should Be Accountable For Bucs' Debacle?

There are two key phrases that resonate through the minds of nearly everyone that has followed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and both come from former head coaches: "Trust, belief, and accountability" and "Stats are for losers." Both of those quotes were provided by Greg Schiano and Raheem Morris and both apply here.

BUCCANEERS SCHEDULE


WEEK 1

Sept. 7

vs Panthers

1:25 p.m. EST


WEEK 2

Sept. 14

vs Rams

1:05 p.m.EST


WEEK 3

Sept. 18

at Falcons

5:25 p.m. EST


WEEK 4

Sept. 28

at Steelers

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 5

Oct. 5

at Saints

1:00 p.m.EST


WEEK 6

Oct. 12

vs Ravens

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 7

Oct. 19

BYE


WEEK 8

Oct. 26

vs Vikings

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 9

Nov. 2

at Browns

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 10

Nov. 9

vs Falcons

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 11

Nov. 16

at Redskins

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 12

Nov. 23

at Bears

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 13

Nov. 30

vs Bengals

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 14

Dec. 7

at Lions

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 15

Dec. 14

at Panthers

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 16

Dec. 21

vs Packers

1:00 p.m. EST


WEEK 17

Dec. 28

vs Saints

1:00 p.m. EST