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Aaron Shaw
Polk County, Fl
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I'm not suprised to see this happen as the current economic times have many organizations wondering the future of there sports programs. If the current progress that the Tampa franchise has reflected amongst the NFL as of now were based on a collegiate assumption, yes there would be no more football as the gains that are involved have lost interest as a popular theory. People will pay to see a good program perform, but its better when that program is a winning program and progresses as a competitive program. I'm sure that there was a considerable amount of time taken to completely weigh out all possible options before the final decision was made to part ways with the football program at Hofstra.
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If you look at the situation, Senator Dockery has placed herself into a situation that if the Sunrail program does get that funding consideration she will have placed herself at the mercy of the transportation committe. Dispite trying to bring forth the awareness that this is a very costly assumption towards urbanizing commuter assumptions, jobs are at risk as well. This system already has employed numerous Floridians rather for or against the proposal for the new aged high cost system. What more important as of now with the way this economy is struggling as of now, the threat of taxes or the assurance of employment? I'd say employemnt and try to persue that tax assumption later. As a state we are struggling to provide job security for those employed as well as placement and training as more and more are claiming unemployment each week. Despite having a price tag of 600 million, there is an assurance of jobs to be considered as well, jobs that are very much needed currently.
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With the way that Josh Freeman handles the ball, "Hell", I'd ask for the ball more too. Right now even with losses on the season, Freeman is a very effective and precise passer. He just needs possession receivers that are going to catch the ball and get those precious "YAC" plays. YAC meaning Yards After Catch. Somethin...g that has been an issue with Tampa receivers since the Keyshawn era. Remember how He would catch the ball, but by the time he turned up field to run, he would get ran down and tackled when he could have gained an extra 10-20 yards. We need those "YAC" receivers!!!!!
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I'm pretty sure that the way that the Bucs have been signing practice squad players that the risk of losing key players is not a threat as of now. However, the Bucs really need to show some sort of response to the roster that is active as of now with the series of losses that has been witnessed of the club. This seems the biggest threat if any as of now as the buccaneers have managed to ruin any reputation that may have been set for it's players young and old alike. Who wants to put on a resumee that they were a part of the 09' Bucs? The bucs are making moves that seem to try to present this problem but the losing record as of now is the biggest disadvantage that is facing any positive progression that the bucs as a team will come to consider. There are good players on the team that have become burdebed with the losing record and the only real potential is to part ways and accept the fact that in the Bucs losing ways there has come some sort of positive from it, the ability to leave rather terms are good or bad.
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i'm not sure what the Bucs are trying to do with the extention of it's roster by signing so many players off of practice squads. The only reasoning that i can come to is the fact that the Bucs are trying to have an advantage when stability is expressed as salary cap of the Bucs is concerned. Doing this only means that the Bucs don't have to spend money on free agents as the season progresses. I just hope that this works out for the best of the Bucs as a struggling franchise.
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Once again it seems that Morris has made yet another pivitol decision to be viewed as a plight of mercy. I'm not sure if the releasing of the Defensive Coordinator is the real issue as the Bucs are now 1-9 on the season. The Bucs are in need of some soul searching as of now with the professional display of a NFL team this 09 season. Everything about the Bucs seem to be haunted as the season progress. It started with troubles with signing a decent coach. Then led to the terms of reasoning with a productive offensive scheming, later exploded into turmoil over a leading role playing quarterback, and now the coaching staff is back under fire as the Bucs have seemed to take a trip back down memory lane with historically horrible start on the season. Why? I'm sure as Morris takes into consideration every aspect of his decesion making potentials, what will be left out is the fact that he needs to first start with himself and try to make ammends with the fact that this is a team that has never really received any respect as a NFL franchise in it's 32 year existance. Once this could be answered and dealt with then and only then will the Bucs as a team make the proper progressions as a team and productive professional organization. How? Well it will start with more than just pointing the finger at all the problems that have risen as of now, an actual display of reasoning is needed and it should be to move towards a more productive rushing game as ot had been the most productive aspect of the team as they over-came the first round of NFL disapproval as a young 70's team. I like the fact that Graham as a fullback has seen more and more touches. This is the key to the teams offensive production as of now as a struggling NFL team. Hopefully this will continue and the rushing game will come back to life in Tampa.
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As a team the Bucs could use the skill and size that Bryant possess as a receiver. The only thing that is to be different is the fact that he will be receiving from a rookie quarteback in that of Freeman who has shown that he has the ability to make tha type of passes tha twould allow the Bucs receiving core the potential to make more yac plays. Y.A.C meaning Yards After Catch, something that the receiving core the Bucs have have been missing for some time and really need to develop on.
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What a good game clifton had Sunday against the Packers. He had two kickreturns for 107 yards a 83 yards to top it off as the longest of the day, 4 punt returns for 54 yards. A total of 161 yards on the game. That says alot being that Tampa is usually not a team known for special teams.
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This is a tough one here as Freeman is expected to finish the season as the starting QB for Tampa. As his potential and on field playing ability are expressed he will need to start making better decisions than what he has been making. For crying out loud he is a good quarterback that needs to be brought up to professional caliber. As he continues to start expect him to start making better decisions on the field and become a better passer.
Toggle Commented Nov 12, 2009 on Freeman embarrassed over silly mistake at Bucs Beat
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I'm not sure if the fact that hip-hop music being taken away has anything to do with the fact that the team seemed to come together to display its strongest point, and thats an impressive show of unity. Unity that streched across the total spectrum of the game, from special teams to the best defensive front yet this season. And the team broke one of its infamous long time curses in that of winning a gane in the oranges.
Toggle Commented Nov 9, 2009 on Winning suits Bucs and Morris at Bucs Beat
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Nice site!
Toggle Commented Nov 8, 2009 on By this time next season... at ChantRant.com
The title should be called Priming up Cadillac, as he sits down for discussion as one of the most statistical offensive players that the Bucs have that is under-rated and yet to get anything going on the ground for another season after coming off of an injury. The Bucs were known to be 22-0 when this guy is gassed up to handle the load of the offense as the head rusher for Tampa. So far on the season he has not been able to get the amount of carries that is needed to expose his true talent as a primary rusher. He seems to be a humble person that is just buying his time with Tampa as the offense is under heavy fire and stuggling to embark on a solid pace to claim productive wins on the season. Maybe this bit of exposure will bring him the expceted carries that is needed to define a solid rushing game as a tampa running back.
Toggle Commented Nov 7, 2009 on Kickin' Back with Cadillac Williams at Bucs Beat
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To be honest, i kinda like the theory that the Tampa franchise has taken as of now when the suggestion of rebuilding and regrowth are made. I feel as though we have been robbed f the luxuraies that come with being a franchise that has won a superbowl as the spending habits and assumption of salary cap room are made into a visual conception about the team thus far. This is a move that seemingly needs to be made amongst to organization to improve on player repsonse and team growth. Hopefully the Bucs are learning and improving as the season progresses. Can't wait to see what becoms of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the years to come.
Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2009 on Your Bucs questions answered at Bucs Beat
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As mentioned in the video, the Bucs had learned with experience how to over-come adversity when the consideration of losses and young professional talent is expressed. This something that even asd a young fan that is thought that the team has to no-longer witness anymore as the growth of the team is considered. Although Tampa is still a rather young team the in NFL the expectation of a backward spiral does not have to be brought into play to condition the team for better playing options and marketing venues that my arise as of now. 23 years later, the Tampa franchise is still struggling to make a name for them selves amongst the National Football League.
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Whoa, i forgot thatwe still had him on the roster at Tampa. So now the offense really needs to come to ammends with a decent fullback. They were to have Earnest Grahm to step to the plate but I'm not sure the importance of this position is felt as the need of a fullback is expressed with-in the Tampa ball club. The Fullback is the rushing expert, he is the development to the rushing game. Without a decent intellegent blocker in a fullback the rushing game will continue to suffer along with the rest of the offense as of now at Tampa.
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