Is it time for the Bucs to compete in the NFC South?

by Gary Shelton on January 14, 2015 · 2 comments

in general, Tampa Bay Bucs

Wednesday, 12:59 p.m.

Is it time for the meek to inherit the South?

Is it time for worst for first?

Is it time to matter again?

If you are a fan of the Tampa Bay Bucs, lord, you have waited long enough. It is going on 13 seasons since the team won a playoff game – a teenager's lifespan, for goodness sakes. And

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Paul Schulz January 15, 2015 at 8:10 am


The Bucs have the money to compete, they can’t claim poor mouth, as the Rays are constantly doing, and probably rightfully so, so if they can’t compete in the awful NFC south, than they don’t belong in the NFL.

If they get rid of their poor hiring, drafting, and free agent decisions, they could compete.

Competing in the terrible NFC south, that has been the brunt of media jokes, would still not guarantee success in the NFL.


Todd January 14, 2015 at 11:28 pm

no way it’s going to take two or three years of really good drafting to get this team to win the south. we did not win a single game in the worst divison in the nfl we are light years away. the entire o line needs to be rebuilt! and other then mccoy are d line is terrible. plus we need a QB you can’t get that all done in one offseason.


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