Tampa Bay Bucs
We’re running out of ways to describe just how terrible this season has been for the Atlanta Falcons. Just a month ago Atlanta was able to win their second game of the season against a winless Buccaneers team. Four weeks later that same Bucs team returned the favor in spades.
As if losing Julio Jones for the rest of the season and Roddy White being used primarily as a decoy due to his nagging injuries wasn’t enough, Atlanta may also have to make due without Tony Gonzalez and Julio’s replacement, Harry Douglas this week against the Tampa Bay Bucs.
There’s no exact antonym for the word “supremacy.” A very close one is “inferiority.” Whatever the exact opposite of supremacy actually is though, Tampa Bay and Atlanta will be playing to avoid that word as they are now two of the worst teams in the NFL.
It’s a scary thought but whoever loses this game will probably assure their team a top five NFL Draft pick for 2014.
Whoa! What a crazy week it was in the NFL last week during the official bye week of the Dred vs the Spread. The Bengals lost a bizarre Thursday night game ending in a safety when Cameron […]
Ira Kaufman joins Jason Goff with a report from Buccaneers camp. They talk about Josh Freeman, Doug Martin, and that offensive line. . . . .
In the 2nd hour, Chris Burke, SI NFL writer, joined the show to talk about his division breakdown of the NFC South. Also replayed Mark Richt interview from the morning show.
Falcons and Bucs kick it on Sunday at the dome. We break down the game and invite Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Tribune on the show to talk about this weekend’s game.
What happens when a team has the best rushing defense, but the worst pass defense? On the flip side, what happens when a team has one of the best passing offenses, but one of the worst running attacks? Those two questions should be answered by the end of Sunday’s game when the Bucs defense tries to stop the Falcons offense.
It doesn’t matter who you are, nobody, repeat: NOBODY, at the start of the season could have predicted the Atlanta Falcons’ perfect 6-0 record or the New Orleans Saints’ 0-4 start.