Do you realistically believe the Bucs have shot?

by Gary Shelton on December 1, 2015 · 2 comments

in NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

Tuesday, 6 a.m.

Forget about mathematically.

How about realistically?

And so at this point of the sentence, we type “Bucs,” and at that

Lovie Smith believes his team will get hot at the right time.

Lovie Smith believes his team will get hot at the right time.

point we type “playoffs,” and we look around the room to see if anyone is grinning. It has been that way forever --  not an appearance since after the 2007 season, not a victory since the Super Bowl win after 2002 -- and we have long since forgotten about linking the two of them.

But the Bucs are 5-6, not a record that would make many teams puff out their chests but one that was 2-14 last year and 4-12 the year before that. At this point, you might think the Bucs would be

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Barry McDowell December 1, 2015 at 5:37 pm

no defense, hence no shot. By the way, Gerald McCoy said that he only played 66% of the plays was because of the “gameplan.”. Hmmmm.

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Gary Shelton December 1, 2015 at 10:43 pm

You’re probably right. As far as McCoy, I still don’t know how healthy that should is. Do you think that has somethig to do with it? Can’t imagine there is a down you don’t want his impact.

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