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  Football Schedule Flickr Page Will Josh Freeman have a break-out season as he did in 2010, leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 10-6 record and the playoffs, or will his skills at quarterback continue to be a roller coaster ride in his last year of his contract? Freeman led the Buccaneers to a 7-9 record last season, and the team narrowly missed the playoffs.  Although the team did not make the playoffs, Freeman’s stats were impressive, throwing 27 passing touchdowns for 4,065 yards.  Many of the games that the Bucs lost cannot be contributed to the play of the offense, but to the breakdown of the Buc’s secondary.  One new addition to the Buccaneers roster, cornerback Darrelle Revis, will certainly strengthen the Bucs secondary core. Now that Freeman has adjusted to second year head coach Greg Schiano’s  system, I think that he will solidify his position as Tampa Bay’s leading quarterback, and will continue to carve his way into Buccaneers history. Freeman, with his size and strength, has the potential to become a great NFL quarterback.  The addition of key players on defense, along with some explosive players on offense, should make for an exciting season for the Buccaneers. Sean Payton is back at the helm for the New Orleans Saints, and with the Buccaneers and Panthers making moves in the offseason, the NFC South will once again become the competitive division that it once was, and give the Atlanta Falcons some competition this season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2013 preseason roster roundup: Quarterback

Position1st String2nd String3rd String QBJosh FreemanMike GlennonDan Orlovsky (Image from BucsNation) In my last article, I explained how Tampa Bay’s crew of pirates (that’s literal talk for “Buccaneers”) came to be. But what is a crew without their captain? Josh Freeman has been Tampa’s without-question starting quarterback for four years. With that in mind,...

Report suggests Bucs should stay cheap at quarterback

When the Bucs drafted Mike Glennon in the draft, the quarterback speculation started. On Sunday, Pewter Report’s Scott Reynolds wrote about a potential problem the Bucs may face in 2014 when they are projected to have 20 unrestricted free agents. On that list, the two biggest names were Josh Freeman and Mike Williams — both of which may see a contract extension, possibly during...

Tiki Barber: Warren Sapp is an idiot

Warren Sapp rekindled an old rivalry last week when he criticized Michael Strahan for only dominating throughout much of his NFL career because of the position he played. In arguing that his former Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammate Simeon Rice should make the Hall of Fame before Strahan, Sapp insisted Strahan was only one of the [...]

The Tampa Turnaround: Breaking Down The Buccaneers Offensive Depth

It’s been a busy off-season for folks in Buccaneer Country. Coming off of a 7-9 season, the Bucs front office went to work right away, attempting to add the needed pieces of the puzzle via the draft and free agency. The Buccaneers have been busy this offseason, adding much needed pieces to the defense in hopes of reviving the Bucs into a playoff contender once again. On the offensive...

Bucs to have 10 open practices during training camp

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced their training camp schedule and will hold 10 open practices beginning July 25 at 8:45 a.m. This years training camp marks the beginning of a new and exciting season of football in Tampa Bay, Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford said. We are thrilled to give our loyal fans their first glimpse of the 2013 Buccaneers on the field and I know...

Simeon Rice: I was in a class of my own

Former Buccaneers defensive end Simeon Rice told Booger and Rich on CBS Radio that he was in a class of his own when he played in the NFL. Simeon Rice joined Booger and Rich and said his own body of work shows that he was a tremendous pass rusher and that he never got the respect he truly deserved. Rice told Booger and Rich that Michael Strahan was an excellent defensive lineman...

Could Dallas Clark Be An Option For New England?

The short answer is yes. Dallas Clark made a visit to New England in 2012 before he ultimately signed with Tampa Bay. With the Bucs, Dallas did one major thing. He stayed healthy and played all 16 games, a major red-flag for Dallas before last season. He also tallied up 47 receptions for 435 yards [...] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content...

Buccaneers announced their 2013 training camp schedule

The Buccaneers have announced the date and times of their training camp practices which includes 10 open sessions for the public and fans. The following is from the team’s communications department. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today announced the team’s 2013 training camp schedule, which features an expanded selection of dates for fans, with 10 total open practices. The first of...

Giants PR director Pat Hanlon rips Warren Sapp

Warren Sapp annoyed many people who are connected to the New York Giants organization last week when he made the argument that former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Simeon Rice deserves the make the Hall of Fame before Michael Strahan. Sapp framed the comments in a way that they were just as much of an [...]
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