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Is this the most undisciplined Bucs Team? McCoy thinks So


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In post-game press conference, Gerald McCoy said: "Probably the worst I've ever been on as a collective"

 

“I usually know what to say. At this point, guys. I don’t know. I don’t know anymore. I don’t know. I know we’re going to keep going. I don’t have no answer. I really don’t I’m sorry.

 

 

 

 

“We gotta be more disciplined that that. Penalties can kill you. A lot of the points in the game we were at because of penalties. Very undisciplined team. Very undisciplined team. Probably the worst I’ve ever been on as a collective, as a unit.”

 

 

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Jumping offside and lining up offsides..sure those didn't cost them the game this week, but may have last week and will in the future. Celebrating using the football as a prop..stupid fucking rule, but know the rules and don't do it! Also, almost every 3rd down, whether it is 3rd and 5 or 3rd and 25, the Bucs defense lets them convert. And when the other team doesn't make a play...WAIT FOR IT...there's the flag for defensive holding, illegal contact, illegal hands to the face..ALWAYS something with this team. And that falls on coaching after weeks of the same bullshit.

 

 

Just reading this made me mad. . . . . . so very true.

We need to cut some players NOW!

 

Course maybe that is what some of them are thinking. . .  If I play bad enough I can get cut from this sorry team and wind up on a good team . . . .  genius I tell ya!

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Plus the center moves the ball a little too much when he puts his hand on the ball before he hikes it. He got caught once doing that but he did it more than once, Plus on one of the offsides at the one yard line, one of the Falcons players tackled McCoy just before he was about to sack Ryan. Not really a big deal since it would have been offsetting penalties. I did understand the pass anyway because giving the ball to Steven Jackson that close to the goal line should be money as far as a TD.

 

 
 
Not arguing with you because I exagerated the number purposely to the number that should have been called, but I actually laughed at the Bowers call. It was definitely McCoy. When the ref said the words #91, the actual #91 ran onto the field exactly one frame later. He wasn't even out there on that play.

Their center, BTW, has a tendency to bow his back right before he snaps it. Only thing I can think of to explain the excessive offsides.

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Monster game by McCoy.

 

Yes, yes, I know, the casual fans that only know how to read stats won't agree but I watch (and understand) the games.

 

He lived with a double/triple team all day long and put everyone else on the front 7 in position to make plays.

 

I don't usually beef about the refs, over the course of time the calls will eventually even out.....

 

But this game had a heavy anti-Buc stance.   We challenged two calls there at the end and won both, we could have challenged a dozen others.

 

Mostly though the calls on the DB's were just atrocious.  I mean absolutely ridiculous.

 

They are draped all over Jackson/Evans before the ball arrives and it's play on,  yet we get called  for tic-tac hand fighting stuff they let you get away with in Jr High.

 

Pathetic.

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Not arguing with you because I exagerated the number purposely to the number that should have been called, but I actually laughed at the Bowers call. It was definitely McCoy. When the ref said the words #91, the actual #91 ran onto the field exactly one frame later. He wasn't even out there on that play.

 

Their center, BTW, has a tendency to bow his back right before he snaps it. Only thing I can think of to explain the excessive offsides.

 

It was a little weird. The call on Bowers makes up for the one they gave to McCoy a couple of weeks ago when it was Gholston.

 

Bottom line is the DL needs to play better and McCoy really should avoid making comments at all which present him as above it all.  Whether intended or not, it comes across that way. Let's keep in mind that there has been some shit going on in the locker room since 2009 and he's the only guy around from that year right now.

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Monster game by McCoy.

 

Yes, yes, I know, the casual fans that only know how to read stats won't agree but I watch (and understand) the games.

 

He lived with a double/triple team all day long and put everyone else on the front 7 in position to make plays.

 

I don't usually beef about the refs, over the course of time the calls will eventually even out.....

 

But this game had a heavy anti-Buc stance.   We challenged two calls there at the end and won both, we could have challenged a dozen others.

 

Mostly though the calls on the DB's were just atrocious.  I mean absolutely ridiculous.

 

They are draped all over Jackson/Evans before the ball arrives and it's play on,  yet we get called  for tic-tac hand fighting stuff they let you get away with in Jr High.

 

Pathetic.

 

No need in even wasting my breath on your dumbass. Once again, elite players find a way to work out of the double teams to make a difference in the backfield. Gerald was nonexistent the whole game, which is why his statline was nil. I would be willing to wager that I played more football in my 4 years of high school, than you have your whole life. Take a back seat with all the other novices of football and let the adults that do more than watch the game have a discussion.

 

You're welcome, fuckknuckle.

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I have heard so much recently about how the team needs to shore up the defensive line.

 

In 2010, we drafted the centerpieces of the defensive line of the future using the #3 overall pick on Gerald McCoy and a high second on Brian Price.

 

In 2011, we drafted the balance of the defensive line of the future with the selection of Adrian Clayborn and DaQuan Bowers.

 

A number of points:

 

Ever see a perennial contender - a team like the Packers, Patriots, Steelers or other premier team draft an entire defensive line with the top two picks in two straight drafts? The great teams draft linemen every year and groom them to be starters in three or four years.

 

The approach to building this defensive line is reflective of the patchwork, fill a hole here, fill a hole there quick fix approach this team is mired in.

 

Gerald McCoy missed half of his first two seasons already. And he received a HUGE contract to not play. He started to reach his potential in his third and fourth years. And now has read so many of his own press clippings about his leadership and how he is supposed to be this teams Warren Sapp and Warren Sapp is talking about what he needs to do and how he is schooling McCoy and McCoy is now playing on his laurels instead of running through walls. Look at me, I'm the next Warren Sapp - everyone says so, therefore I must be.

 

Brain Price's problems flamed him out after two injury filled years.

 

Adrian Clayborn is missing his second straight season due to injury.

 

DaQuan Bowers has missed two seasons due to injury and has been awful when he "has been" on the field.

 

This team is broken at its core. The patchwork fix it up approach, lack of leadership, lack of quality control, lack of competent coaching, scouting, training - everything we do is catch as catch can as opposed to regimented and well planned.

 

Welcome to year six of the five year non-plan.

The three teams you mentioned all play a 3-4 defense so it makes sense they dont invest high draft picks on d linemen, but I understand your fustrations , no more wasted picks on d linemen who stink

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What sucks is that it's been approaching since January '09. I just wish the damn thing would run us over so that the 'rebuild' can begin...

 

I am lying on the damn tracks waiting for it to happen. This is how inept the Bucs have become -- this train can't even run over a fat old man. 

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Not sure the chicken came at all.

Actually, I think it did once. When Malcolm went on a bidness trip back in the day, the missus was left with nothing but an old genetically defective rooster.

 

His offspring are the proof.

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