Category Archives: Gerald McCoy

McCoy Could Have A BIG Day

  The Vikings offensive line is totally revamped this year and have 5 new starters across the line meaning guys will have to learn to play together. In week 1 against bucs division rival New Orleans Saints, that O-line looked greatly improved as Sam bradford was only sacked once but put up 346 yards passing   Read More…

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…

With Chris Baker, The Bucs Front Four Will be Lethal

  For the longest time I have been wanting the Bucs to get a legit defensive tackle to play next to all-pro Gerald McCoy to provide him with the help he deserves. Now the Bucs deserve credit for trying as they have been trying to find the right fits next to since he came into   Read More…

Talent Level Balanced on Both Sides Finally?

  Dating back to 1976 when the Bucs entered the league, this franchise has always been known for having a very talented defensive roster. Especially during the late 90’s early 2000’s, when the Bucs were winning consistently because of their star power led defense which led them to a superbowl win in 2002. Usually when   Read More…