A few lessons for the Bucs about the post-season

by Gary Shelton on January 5, 2015 · 0 comments

in general, Tampa Bay Bucs

Monday 6:19 a.m.

Six things the Bucs learned about the playoffs, as they watched them on a similar TV to yours.

1. Man, does it stink not to be a part of them.

For the Bucs, this is nothing new. The Bucs never take part in the playoffs. They've stopped by only twice in the last 12 years, and although they were the home team, they lost.

As for Lovie Smith, he made it three times in Chicago.  That isn't walking in the footprints of Bill Belichick, but there is reason to believe that he knows the way there. Still, it isn't a good time to be Smith; going 2-14 doesn't exactly swaddle a

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