Found September 23, 2012 on Football Nation:
Recently there has been lots of debate around the NFL about Tampa Bay’s Greg Schiano sending his defense into intense attack mode against opposing offenses in the victory formation. I have no problem with Schiano using this tactic, however my question is, where is this intensity during the rest of the game, especially on offense?In my opinion Schiano is okay with his offense giving up until late in the fourth quarter, when all of the sudden he wants more intensity.Tampa Bay’s first five quarters of the 2012 season went well on offense, however the last seven quarters have shown that Tampa Bay is still the same offensive team despite the offseason signings of Carl Nicks and Vincent Jackson.New York In week two against the New York Giants, Tampa Bay’s offense did score 24 points, however, only one of those touchdowns was a passing touchdown from Josh Freeman, with an eight yard run and interception return provided the other two touchdowns.Things did not get any better for Tampa Bay in...
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