Archive for November, 2010



Poor Aqib Is Just Misunderstood

Published: November 30th, 2010
By Bucstats.com

Come on, the guy catches interceptions with his legs. That's worth a few unprovoked threats of violence, right?
When I read the headlines that Raheem Morris was defending Aqib Talib for his outburst at an official at the end of the game on Sunday, I was pretty sure he wasn’t actually defending him so much as dismissing what happened. But no, he was really defending him.

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Cody Grimm and Davin Joseph Are Done For The Year

Published: November 29th, 2010
By Buccaneers Gab

RG Davin Joseph’s broken foot has ended his season and FS Cody Grimm’s broken fibula has ended his. Their replacements on the roster will be announced in the coming days.

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Aqib Talib Almost Beat Up A Ref

Published: November 29th, 2010
By Bucstats.com

Get ball, pop head off neck, run for touchdown.
In the second quarter, Myron Lewis was covering T.J. Houshmandzadeh down the right sideline. Lewis was step for step with Housh and, though he did extend an arm bar, did not make contact with Housh in the process. Field Judge Boris Cheek threw a flag for pass interference and the Ravens got a 24-yard penalty. Raheem Morris lost his mind on the sideline and shouted that it was a “bullshit fucking call”, but he’s the head coach and still showed a level of restraint. That’s more than we can say for Aqib Talib, who held his grudge until after the game was over and got into a shouting match with Cheek.

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Still Losing To Good Teams

Published: November 29th, 2010
By Bucstats.com

And the worst part is, you're in Baltimore. That place sucks.
Aaaaand I’m back. I intended to post some more during the holiday, but it didn’t work out quite like I wanted it to. There’s some weirdness going on around the homestead that required my (ultimately fruitless) attention, but that shit is depressing and doesn’t need to interfere with the business of Buccaneer football.

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