Found December 19, 2011 on
Buccaneers WR Mike Williams entered Saturday's game needing just five catches to match his total of 65 last season as a rookie.
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One sure sign the world could be coming to an end soon: Kregg Lumpkin caught the ball and got positive yards after the catch and achieved a first down by fighting for yardage. Somewhere, a group of Bucs fans is disputing the visual evidence. Some Bucs will be fired, because some Bucs quit. Michael Spurlock did his best "For Who? For What" impersonations. Hall of famer...
Raheem Morris and the Bucs have lost eight games in a row now — half a season’s worth, finally passing that 0-7 mark he had in 2009 that no one ever thought he could top. Throughout this streak, he has said several times that he would not make excuses and has definitely done his share of introspection and pointing the finger at himself. But when it came to the Cowboys game...
What I Liked:
The Cowboys built such a large lead in the first half that even their inept 4th quarter play couldn't give the game away, although they did try. The Cowboys dominated a down-on-its-luck team. That's nothing special. What's important is that the Cowboys got a big win to stay close to the Giants. Ideally, the Cowboys and Giants will be set up for a winner...
Two prominent announcers working Saturday night's game disagreed on whether the NFL lockout hurt the Buccaneers more than other teams, but Steve Mariucci and Randy Cross said coach Raheem Morris should be retained.
You may have seen former Dallas Cowboy and NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders hosting the pregame show for his old team against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but as soon as he was cleared from the air he announced he's getting a divorce via Facebook.
The post on Sanders' official Facebook page reads:
To My Friends and Family,
Pilar and I have decided to end our marriage and move...