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The Buccaneers are definitely starting to get aggravated with seven straight losses and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is taking it out on the fans. Here is what he said after the game via Mark Cook of PewterReport.com: I think a lot of the things they said wasn’t cool. I understand being frustrated but you still have to have a little class. The stuff they were saying was just uncalled for. Some fans took offense to that and decided to go on Twitter and send tweets his way. Here is how it all played out below.
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A “Fire Schiano” billboard has been spotted in North Tampa, according to Jenna Laine of Sports Talk Florida. I guess Bucs fans are no longer fired up about Schiano the way they were last season. [ Photo via My FOX Tampa ] Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post “Fire Schiano” Billboard spotted in Tampa (Photo) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have become such a disaster this season that fans are only going to their games in order to make fun of the team. Take for instance these two fans seen above. They dressed up in hazmat suits to mock the Bucs, who have had three players infected by MRSA this season. […]
After last night’s loss to the Panthers, Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis said he didn’t know if his teammates still believed in their coaching staff.
Tampa safety Dashon Goldson claims head coach Greg Schiano hasn’t lost the locker room.
“(Coach Greg Schiano) has not lost the locker room.,” said Goldson per Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune.
If what Goldson is saying...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven't rallied for a victory yet this season, but in the wake of their seventh loss in as many games they did start to rally around their embattled coach.
Amid reports, citing unnamed sources, that coach Greg Schiano has lost his locker room, safety Dashon Goldson and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy said they respect their second-year coach.
It appears the Tampa Bay Bucs had a timetable for the the return of running back Doug Martin, after all. After a week of adamantly denying the second year back would be done for the season, NFL insider Ian Rapoport reports the Buccaneers want Martin to return in Week 10.
Doug Martin will spend the next 18 days strengthening his shoulder & will wear a harness, with the target...
With no surprise at all, Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano was booed as he left the field during Thursday night’s loss to the Panthers. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Bucs fans boo Schiano (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Bay Tribune reports that Buccaneers WR Mike Williams has informed the paper that he has a torn hamstring.
Kaufman mentions that he is not sure if the Buccaneers will place Williams on season-ending injured reserve, but he added that “it doesn’t look good.”
Earlier in the day, Rick Stroud reported that the team was “concerned” about Williams’...
ESPN analyst and former Tampa Bay Bucs coach Jon Gruden says he wants another shot at coaching.
“I haven’t lost a game in 3½ years,” Gruden said at a speaking event, according to Ocala.com.“But no, I would like to give coaching one more try.”
The Tampa Tribune was told by Mike Williams, wide receiver of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, that he is dealing with a torn hamstring. Williams has been slowed by a hamstring injury the past few weeks but could have worsened it Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers.
If true, this is the kind of injury at this point in the season that could move Mike to the injured reserve. The...
Things are so bad with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and head coach Greg Schiano that one of his former players compared it to Cuba, according to Mike Silver of the NFL Network.
“How bad is it there? It’s worse than you can imagine,” says one NFL player who spent 2012 with the Bucs. “It’s like being in Cuba.”
Former Bucs defensive end Michael Bennett says they always hated...
TAMPA, Fla. -- Frustration with coach Greg Schiano has reached heated levels among Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans in recent weeks. Now, theres a billboard to match the coachs hot seat.
A billboard in north Tampa includes the message "FIRE SCHIANO" with flames in the background and is sponsored by local radio station 102.5 The Bone. The message reflects the mood of many who...
Cam Newton learned the hard way Thursday night that even near the end of a blowout win, you have to keep your head on a swivel.
With Newton’s Panthers up big on the Buccaneers late in the fourth quarter and Raymond James Stadium nearly empty, the end zone cannon (similar to the muskets shot off at Patriots games) went off, scaring the bejesus out of the quarterback.
Panthers vs. Buccaneers:
The Buccaneers aren’t stopping Cam Newton.
Prediction – Panthers 30-17
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Superman, my ass. Cam Newton was scared by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers pirate ship that shoots off cannons during their games.
I don’t blame Cam. Those cannons normally only go off after scoring plays…which rarely happen in Tampa.
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The Carolina Panthers will aim for their third straight win when they face the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a matchup of NFC South teams tonight...