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Bucaroo Bonzai

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Bucaroo Bonzai last won the day on May 19

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  1. While Bonzai was watching the Royal Wedding

    What's sad is that there's some kind of connections between us and the Edmonton Eskimos. It's like we're their minor league (developmental) team. As for what I was watching....
  2. OT F The Royal Wedding....

    In the LGBT community, Elton John is practically Madonna.
  3. So your offense chose to suck in the red zone.

    mother, sister, wife, etc...sucking in the red zone. https://www.mylittleadventure.com/best-things/amsterdam/tours/private-amsterdam-red-light-district-walking-tour-R8ruhl43
  4. OT F The Royal Wedding....

    I did such a good job of avoiding the royals that I didn't know anything of his wife's background. She's pretty hot as well. Gotta wonder how she'll get along with his brother's wife.
  5. This is America. We rejected the monarchy long ago because they were a bunch of oppressive assholes who never earned a thing in their life. We don't bow down to them (or shouldn't) and we sure as fuck shouldn't kow tow down and watch the royal wedding. Jesus, the number of people I know talking about how beautiful it was, or how it is history in the making. Fuck that. Yeah, I know this will be deleted when read, but worth it.
  6. Dungy in the ring of honor

    His only losing season in 13 years was his first when he was turning around the undisputed worst team in the NFL.
  7. So your offense chose to suck in the red zone.

    Our offense reminds me a lot of your ____________.
  8. Dungy in the ring of honor

    So why not Brad Johnson in the ROH?
  9. Dungy in the ring of honor

    Yes, John McKay who stood alongside Hugh Culverhouse as he fucked over players running the team on the cheap....getting rid of a now HOF QB simply because he wanted to get compensated fairly. John McKay whose Bucs record was 44 and 88, with a playoff record of 1-3. That John McKay? So why is he qualified to get in and Dungy isn't?
  10. Dungy in the ring of honor

    Bo Jackson should get in for giving Culverhouse the finger.
  11. Dungy in the ring of honor

    Seriously, where was the outrage when Mckay was put into the ROH? For me it would be Dungy, Sapp, Brooks, Lynch, Barber (actually fuck that guy), Alstott, Gruden, and Selmon. McKay should be honored in the urinal where he belongs alongside Culverhouse.
  12. Dungy in the ring of honor

    And why might that be? :rolleyes Then Dungy leaves and after one season, the Bucs defense is no longer great. Feel free to name some of the defensive studs we developed after Dungy left. As for Dilfer, he was a better QB after he was benched, but that Ravens defense that year was better than the defenses Dilfer had been paired with. In Tampa, his job was to score about 15 points, but with the Ravens, his job was simply to not have turnovers. Arguably he wasn't particularly good at that with his 12 tds and 11 ints for a 76 QBR. He was tossed aside at the end of the season, and then failed to make a dent in Seattle. Lynch seemed to have a special relationship with Denver. Seems like he might have contributed a lot behind the scenes in getting the defense to the next level.
  13. Dungy in the ring of honor

    His only losing season in 13 years as a head coach was his first year taking over and rebuilding a team that was the gutter of the NFL. Only Bucs fans would be outraged over such a coach making it into their Ring of Honor.
  14. Dungy in the ring of honor

    "But can you imagine Sapp going into the Raiders? Or how 'bout if Montana got into the Chiefs?" Or Lynch in Denver's. IMHO, Dungy deserves it more for the Bucs than Indy. Yes, Dungy did poorly in the playoffs, and with a lot of game day decisions (dealing with the Refs), BUT he was excellent at developing players (we essentially haven't had a good/great defensive backfield since he left), a great defensive HC, and great at building a team (at least defensively). His patience was an advantage in many areas, but killed him in others. Gruden IMHO is a fantastic motivator, is great at getting players to play hard, and is great at using his weapons effectively, but he didn't seem particularly good at developing young talent. His win now mentality might have kept talented young players from developing their skills on the field, and I think we had a few players who became damaged goods because they were playing injured when they needed to rest.
  15. Dungy in the ring of honor

    Six seasons in a row with 12 or more wins, and up until that point, he was the only coach who was able to help P. Manning win a championship. Manning wins one later in Denver with a team that was able to carry Tebow into the playoffs. AND yes, Dungy is in the Colts' ROH as well.