Found October 17, 2013 on Buc Stop:
By now, even the most die-hard Bucs fan must realize that a winning season and the playoffs are beyond a pipe-dream, that they are actually signs of serious mental illness that should be looked at by a professional. (Anyone who wants to join me, there are 3 open spots left in our group!) The side out there that wants the Bucs to lose so they can get a high draft pick, probably doesn’t need to worry, as each week the opposing side has less and less of a point to make. But if you want the Bucs to at least get a win soon, get ready, because this is the best chance for a month against the Atlanta Falcons. Picked by many to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl, people forgot that Atlanta gave up a lot of players during their offseason, including guys off the defense like Brent Grimes and Jon Abraham. Add to that the losses this year to injury, and an offensive line that features Jeremy Trueblood anchored on the left tackle spot of the O line, well you have an Atlanta team that...

Bucs defensive coordinator has had it with criticism, invites fans to help game plan

To say that the season thus far for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been one massive, smoldering dumpster fire sadly would be a tremendous understatement. Things appear to be coming apart at the seams for the Buccaneers. Internal strife and an assumed and persistent animosity that existed between head coach Greg Schiano and Josh Freeman […]The post Bucs defensive coordinator has had...

DaQuan Bowers tweets he could have MRSA

DaQuan Bowers could have the NFL on the edge. He tweeted today that the massage parlor cancelled his appointment because they think he might have MRSA. @DaQuanBowers91: Just went to get my massage and it was canceled because they thought I had MRSA what the ______ It looks like the Bucs facility needs to be […]

Bucs G Carl Nicks has surgery on MRSA-infected left foot

TAMPA, Fla. -- Guard Carl Nicks, dealing with a MRSA-infected left foot, underwent surgery Tuesday to try to improve the condition, Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano said Wednesday. A timetable for the two-time Pro Bowl player's return is unknown. Schiano said Nicks, 28, "got an opinion outside of town" and opted for surgery Tuesday night. Nicks had limited participation...

Bucs' G Carl Nicks has surgery to get rid of MRSA

One of three members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers diagnosed with MRSA has had surgery to get rid of the staph infection. MRSA is difficult to treat because it's resistant to many common antibiotics. Carl Nicks had surgery Tuesday night and coach Greg Schiano said the guard is doing well. The two-time All-Pro was diagnosed as having MRSA in a blister of the left side of his foot...

MRSA Hits the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are having a really rough season thus far. With a record of 0-5, a head coach on the hot seat, AND their supposed “franchise” quarterback traded away, the Bucs can’t really afford to have too many distractions. But they do…a big and nasty one. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (trust me, it is a lot harder to pronounce than it is to spell...

Bucs game plans put Revis in man and zone

Philadelphia wide receiver DeSean Jackson had just hauled in a 12-yard touchdown pass against the Buccaneers on Sunday running away from All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis on a simple slant pattern. Up in the TV booth at Raymond James Stadium Fox analyst and former Tampa Bay cornerback Ronde Barber watched the play develop. “To me it looks like Darrelle's looking for some...

Josh Freeman: Bucs didn’t believe I’m a franchise quarterback

Vikings quarterback Josh Freeman told The Dan Patrick Show that while he was in Tampa  he believed he was a their franchise quarterback and head coach Greg Schiano made it clear that he didn’t agree. “They didn’t see me as the guy,” Freeman said via “They didn’t see me as the guy who could get it done and I strongly disagree with that. But at the...

Bucs’ Carl Nicks has surgery

The worse keeps getting worse for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The latest? Bucs’ guard Carl Nicks had surgery on his foot to remove the MRSA strain that reappeared last week.  The Bucs have not confirmed it, but according to Jenna Laine of Sports Talk Florida, Nicks had the operation Tuesday to “clean out the infection in his toe, according to a league source.” General Manager...

Bucs’ Carl Nicks has surgery on MRSA infection in foot

Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Carl Nicks underwent surgery to treat the MRSA staph infection in his foot that caused him to miss last Sunday’s contest with the Eagles. The Bucs broke the news on Twitter via Scott Smith, senior writer for the team. G Carl Nicks had surgery on his foot last night. No timetable for his return yet. — Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) October 16, 2013 This is...

Bucs’ Jeff Demps has surgery

The injuries keep on piling on for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and another can be added to their list. Track star and Bucs offensive weapon Jeff Demps will be out for some time after groin surgery.  The Olympic sprinter had surgery Thursday for a groin injury sustained during Sunday’s 31-20 loss to the Eagles. There is no timetable for his return. Demps has averaged over 30 yards...

Bucs’ Jeff Demps out indefinitely following groin surgery

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Jeff Demps will miss Sunday’s divisional matchup with the Atlanta Falcons after undergoing surgery to repair a groin injury. Via Sports Talk Florida, Tampa Bay head coach Greg Schiano addressed the Demps’ status on Thursday. Jeff had surgery today, on his groin. I’m not sure exactly how long he’ll be out. [It's] too early to tell. Buried...

Buccaneers Running Back Jeff Demps Out Indefinitely After Groin Surgery

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without running back/return specialist Jeff Demps for the foreseeable future. Demps, 23, suffered a groin injury during the Bucs’ 31-20 loss to the Eagles on Sunday, forcing him to leave the game. He underwent surgery for the injury this week and will miss an indefinite period of time, head coach Greg Schiano told the Tampa Bay media on Thursday...

This Weekend in NFL Fan Fights: Bucs Get a Win in the Stands Not on the Field The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a rough week. First the MRSA story, then losing to the Eagles in quite frankly a game they should have won. If it’s any consolation the Bucs did get one win on Sunday, but it was in the stands. Check out the video at 1:35. Things get real with some punches connecting.

Now’s Your Chance To Be A Tampa Defensive Coach

(via Getty Image)In case you thought Greg Schiano is the only abrasive blowhard on the Buccaneers’ coaching staff, here’s defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan reacting to criticism that, among other things, he’s using Darrelle Revis wrong by telling fans that if they think they can do better, they should just come on down and put their money where their mouth is.“What I want...

Draftstreet Strategy: Week 7

Week six brought us some enormous performances, especially from one Vincent Jackson who hopefully helped you earn some cash over at the Draftstreet daily leagues. Now onward to week 7 which has a few promising match-ups The post Draftstreet Strategy: Week 7 appeared first on Gridiron Experts. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
NFL Forum Discussions
Can't wait SPLASH MESSAGE! 2 days!
4 replies, 2 days ago
1st win 2013!
2 replies, 2 days ago
Thank you kinmosa and watamote!
4 replies, 2 days ago
Rodgers out 3-6 weeks?
4 replies, 2 days ago
Thank you Vikes!
4 replies, 2 days ago
Thank you 5 years!!!!!
2 replies, 2 days ago
Home Sweet Home!
2 replies, 2 days ago
NFL on NHK next week
2 replies, 2 days ago
Pro Bowl draft
2 replies, 2 days ago
We are NFC EAST Champion!!!!!!!!!!
2 replies, 2 days ago
Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.