Found November 28, 2011 on Buc Stop:
Since the Houston Texans game, the Bucs fans have been treated to the news that some on this team are guily of loafing. For some however, it may just be a lack of talent to accomplish what others can. You can find several reason why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost the game yesterday to the Tennessee Titans, and most of them will be Legit, but this one play to me defines a major problem the Bucs have. A lack of talent at the running back position. There is LeGarrette Blount, and there is no one else. And Blount cannot play on 3rd down. Check out the video in FULL 1080 HD, but only by clicking this link.Lets take a look at the video, slown down using Apple's Final Cut software. When Lumpkin catches the ball, he has a mere three yards to go to achieve a first down, and only one tackler is in reach. Yes there are other tackers ready, but NONE of them, I repeat, NONE of the other tacklers even make a move because Lumpkin goes down by his first tackle attempt, almost always. I reali...

Morris: Price 'messed up ankle a little bit'

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With the season over, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are faced with decisions moving forward

Stick a fork in them, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are done. The season began with the highest of expectations and after just 12 weeks, Buccaneer fans are wondering what happened. It is almost as if 2010 never happened, this season is a mere continuation of the 2009 campaign and as the regular season winds down, it’s time to cue the all too familiar chorus in the Tampa...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers victim of a bad spot?

Here is the video...You would think Kregg Lumpkin can manage to get enough for the first down. Cadillac Williams had that knack as a rookie, this guy, I dont know what Bucs management saw in him.You be the judge, did the Bucs get a bad spot? Couldnt they ask for a measurement? Check out the video in your browser 

Buccaneers Dash Own Playoff Hopes; Fall 23-17

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1976 Salad (This is the salad and appetizer as there will be tons of BBQ prepared) Its throwback week and we are going back in time to 1976 the inaugural season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Me and my now wife’s first game together was the first ever Bucs throwback game in 2009. Since this [...]

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Bucs went soft on critical snap

BY IRA KAUFMAN TAMPA—One week after coaching aggressively at Green Bay, Raheem Morris ordered up a conservative defense on Tennessee’s game-winning touchdown Sunday. Morris, who doubles as Tampa Bay’s head coach and defensive coordinator, had the Bucs playing a soft zone with a 17-13 lead and the Titans facing fourth-and-goal…

Bucs flub fourth-down play after being denied measurement

Josh Freeman recovered his own fumble on fourth down against the Titans, but the lost yardage cost the Buccaneers a chance at the first down -- and a much-needed victory.
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