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Popular opinion around the league right now is that the Jaguars suck worse than anything ever assembled, and they could be facing an historically big spread against the Seahawks this week. But it’s a long season, and there’s plenty of time for any of these sad franchises to win the Jadeveon Clowney sweepstakes.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team with a coach who’s too predictable and a quarterback who’s not predictable enough.
Former Lions, Bucs Receiver Maurice Stovall Was Arrested After Being Pulled Over In A Pink Land Rover
He wasn’t arrested for driving a pink Land Rover — as far as I know, that’s still legal. But he had other issues.
It seems that Darrelle Revis paid Mark Barron an insane $50,000 for the number 24 jersey. We’d like to think that they had a clandestine meeting at a diner.
Don’t think that Buccaneers’ tight end Tom Crabtree is just sitting around during the offseason. He has legitimate problems and concerns. Hopefully, Martha Stewart can help.
Darrelle Revis Headed To Tampa Bay For A Physical/Blueprints On How To Rebuild A Laughing Stock NFL Franchise
Reports indicate that this deal is going through because Adam Schefter put his ear to the Earth and heard the two front offices mumbling about Darrelle flying down to Tampa for a physical, which could mean one of two things: they’re checking his ACL before they let go of the 13th pick, or he’s getting prepped for breast augmentation surgery. We let you decide after the jump!
Apparently you can just call NFL front offices and speak with the General Manager as if it were a Red Lobster. Well, we now know you can with the teams in Buffalo and Tampa Bay, anyway. Two 20-somethings managed to get through to Bills GM Buddy Nix under the guise of being Buccaneer’s GM Mark Dominik, and then got them to actually speak to each other over a recorded conference call. Wow. Impressive. Audio of their convo after the jump.
During Tampa Bay’s 36-17 shellacking of the Vikings last Thursday in Minnesota, the lone guy in a Tampa jersey decided it would be a good idea to stand up after a late-game Bucs touchdown and rub it in everyone’s faces. It wasn’t.