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Ask the experts: Tim & Jerry

January 4, 2018 general

Here at GarySheltonsports.com, we have doubled our experts with the addition of former Bucs’ personnel director and former Seahawks general manager Tim Ruskell. He joins his old friend and co-worker Jerry Angelo, a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo and Ruskell answer your questions regarding […]

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Looking Back on Bucs’ Victory Over Saints

January 2, 2018 general

Tuesday, 3 a.m. 5 Observations I’m going to be honest here. If I was the coach, that last-second scoring pass from Jameis Winston to Chris Godwin never would have happened. I like Winston, but by that time, he would have been sitting on the pine. I said it after his second interception. “One more, and […]

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Finally, Bucs get over the hump to win a game

January 1, 2018 general

Monday, 3 a.m. The pass was 15 games, 59 minutes and 51 seconds in the making. The only moment that really counted in a season best forgotten finally came. At last, there was a reason to grin. Jameis Winston-to-Chris Godwin for the win. Who would have thought it?  Content beyond this point is for members […]

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Choices, choices. Everywhere are choices

December 27, 2017 College Sports in Florida

3Wednesday, 4 a.m. I like Christmas over birthdays. I like turkey over ham. I like opening presents on Christmas morning over Christmas Eve. I like staying the course over blowing up the Bucs. I like Peyton Barber over Doug Martin. I liked Lamar Jackson over Baker Mayfield for the Heisman. I like going for it […]

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The anguish of losing late haunts Bucs

December 27, 2017 general

Wednesday, 2 a.m. Lately, you can hear the frustration of losing from the Tampa Bay Bucs. It sounds like a wounded cry. One week after watching an official trip and possibly cost the Bucs a final play to move closer for a field goal, the Bucs were venting after a pair of officials’ calls late. […]

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Bucs close again, but so what?

December 25, 2017 general

Monday, 3 a.m. In the diminishing life of a loser, the brightest point is when you try find comfort in a close defeat. Why, the other team is good, and it barely won. Why, the other team is going somewhere so, for a change, it didn’t feel as if this one in going nowhere. It’s […]

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Ask Gary: Are Glazers seeking a new coach?

December 23, 2017 general

Each week, the readers take over GarySheltonsports.com and play Ask Gary. They send in a question, or a couple, on Thursday night or Friday morning and we all talk about the world of sports.  Think of it as a radio show where you don’t have to be on hold. Join us and ask a question, make a comment […]

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Ask the experts: Tim & Jerry

December 22, 2017 general

Here at GarySheltonsports.com, we have doubled our experts with the addition of former Bucs’ personnel director and former Seahawks general manager Tim Ruskell. He joins his old friend and co-worker Jerry Angelo, a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo and Ruskell answer your questions regarding the NFL. […]

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What’s-left-of-the-Bucs faces Carolina

December 22, 2017 general

Friday, 2 a.m. For the Tampa Bay Bucs, the question might not be what’s left in the season. It might be “who’s left?” The Bucs, battered and bruised and bullied throughout most of the season, have lost another five players with two games to go. They will travel to Carolina without guard J.R. Sweezy, linebacker […]

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Bucs’ offense faces challenge in Kuechly

December 21, 2017 general

Wednesday, 2 a.m. For a change, the Bucs had life. For a change, they had sizzle. Jameis Winston was very good. Mike Evans was very good. Peyton Barber was very good. Now comes the defense of the Carolina Panthers, ranked fifth in the NFL and smelling blood. Of all of the Bucs’ opponents this year, […]

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