Author Archives: Jerry Stalheim

Who Makes the Cut?

  With the league changing the cut downs from 90 to 75 and then 75 to 53 to just one cut down date from 90 to 53 meaning that 37 players on every team (1184 players, although 320 will be put on practice squads) will be looking for jobs.  Obviously with only one cut down   Read More…

Can the “Stick Carriers” Be a Factor to Opposing Team?

  Throughout the history of the NFL there have been many home crowds that have been able to have an impact on how the other team performs during the game, such as Oakland’s “Black Hole”, Cleveland’s “Dawg Pound”, Seattle’s “12th Man”, and the “Cheese heads” of Green Bay. What does it take for a team’s   Read More…

Why Did Indoor Facility Take So Long?

  With the announcement on March 27th that the Glazer’s would finally be building a 112,660 square foot 90 feet tall indoor training facility at One Buccaneer Place for training camp which will be open in September of this year. On June 26th details were release including an artist renderings and some of the fine amenities   Read More…

The 2017 Ring of Honor Inductees

  “Ring of Honor” one of the greatest achievements or “honors” that a player, coach, or even owner can be given. A Ring of Honor is just that a ring around the concourse of the stadium where the team’s best players, coaches, owners have their names permanently displayed to honor the permanent impact they had   Read More…

Buccaneers … Super Bowl?…

  Well … not exactly, but May 23rd at the NFL owners meetings it was announced that Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium would be the home of Super Bowl 55 in 2021 replacing Los Angeles whose new stadium construction has been delayed one year by heavy rains. Super Bowl 55s visit to Tampa marks the 4th   Read More…

The Buccaneers Sign Their Top Pick

  The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed their 1st round pick today the top 5 talent that fell all the way to the 19th pick, #80 Mr. O.J. Howard and all Bucs players and fans rejoice. The Bucs finally get their prototypical “Y” tight end that they thought they were going to get with ASJ, and he is   Read More…

Should the Buccaneers Have Addressed the O-Line this Offseason.

  The struggle or success of the offensive line for the Buccaneers has been a major talking point by fans and media types all off season, and some were saying the offensive line needed an upgrade and others were saying the offensive line played just fine last season including GM Jason Licht and Coach Dirk   Read More…