Bucs-38 Jags-31

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  1. Sage says:

    1 – 4. Up and comers, though.

    • KingSolomon says:

      The NFL makes me sick. Stafford is 0-5 this year and has stunk his entire career. Weedon is 0-11 for the last 11 games and something like 5-20 as a starter. Houston stinks. So many other qbs stink. But Tim cannot even get a look. Detroit would not be 0-5 with him. Houston would not be 1-4. I think bortles stinks too. I am full of anger over the way Tim is being treated. I am exhausted by it. Screw the NFL.

    • ck says:

      Sage: Can’t help “The blind leading the blind” and looks like they are going for the tarps again!

  2. Danny says:

    KingSolomon: Tim definitely deserves a look, especially after the Eagles preseason.

    So many teams need QB’s…Weeden for example didn’t stand a chance today. We all knew that he wasn’t going to perform. Yet he gets a chance..and another chance.

    Stafford is another QB that is overrated. So many hopes for him but nothing really meaningful. He’s been in the league since 2009, not much to show for it. How many chances did TT get? Very few. Also, the QBR is very comparable between TT and Stafford. What gives?

    Texans, Browns, Bears, Jaguars all could use him. The worst that could happen is maintaining the status quo. No downside at all.

    TT is better than:
    Hoyer
    Mallett
    Manziel
    McCowen
    Bortles
    Cutler
    Clausen
    and a lot more….

    If the NFL wants to put an end to the Tebow talk, lift the blackout to allow a team to sign him for two seasons, let him play and if he flames out so be it. The concern it seems is that he will actually do well, like he did in his final game as an Eagle.

    The NFL owes him that much. Is it possible that this wrong will come out right?

  3. ck says:

    Just waiting on someone to DO THE RIGHT THING IN THE NFL AND WILL PROBABLY BE WAITING EVEN LONGER FOR THAT!!!

  4. ck says:

    At least, “IT IS GREAT TO BE A FLORIDA GATOR”, AGAIN!!!:) RANKED AT #8 AND CAME BACK W/6 WINS AND 0 LOSSES!!! GO GATORS!!!

  5. ck says:

    Funny how they keep losing and continue to do what makes them lose! What a waste and bet the fans are getting exhausted trying to support what is obviously not working and spelled w/a F; i.e., epic FAIL!!! Then they want to talk about “Tebow Fans”! At least he WINS!!!

  6. ck says:

    Looking forward to The Giants Game even if it is PM’s brother and hope that they have a runaway game against The Eagles! Apparently, The Saints are imploding loss-wise if they let them WIN!

  7. Bubbaelvis says:

    I was watching Tyrod Taylor yesterday and got really frustrated. If Tim missed passes the way Tyrod did, they would be all over him. No one is saying Tyrod can’t throw or he isn’t an NFL QB. He had some great runs and one good long pass. My thoughts on him was that he looks to be a little Tebow-like in that he plays hard and runs hard and doesn’t seem to give up. I was thinking if Rex had gone this route in New York and played Tim, he would still be there winning games. Tyrod is a lesser version of Tim. Their preseason stats were very similar. I do not understand why some team that is losing doesn’t see Buffalo’s semi-success with Tyrod and say Tebow can do that but better.

  8. Danny says:

    The sum of the “success” of David “Even if he’s released” Caldwell:

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000555521/article/gus-bradley-it-feels-like-something-is-wrong-for-jags

    Gus Bradley: It feels ‘like something is wrong’ for Jags

    By Kevin Patra
    Around the NFL writer
    Published: Oct. 12, 2015 at 10:50 a.m.
    Updated: Oct. 12, 2015 at 11:12 a.m.

    The Jacksonville Jaguars tumbled to a disappointing 1-4 with a 38-31 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

    A fiery Gus Bradley admitted his team’s ship is sailing the wrong direction.

    “It doesn’t feel like the bottom, but it does feel like something is wrong,” Bradley said, via The Florida Times-Union. “If you ask everybody coming into this game, everybody felt ready but maybe there is a difference between feeling ready and being prepared. And we weren’t prepared as well as we needed to be. Everybody can take responsibility for that.”

    The Jags got down early, came storming back, only to give up 18-straight points in the second half.

    “That wasn’t our best. That wasn’t acceptable. We have to dig deep and find out what the issues are and clean them up as soon as possible,” Bradley said. “I’m hoping this setback — it shocks us to get things right. I’m hoping that. I believe in our guys. The reason I’m upset is I believe they’re better than that and we’re not showing it. That’s frustrating.”

    The frustration was team-wide.

    The offensive line couldn’t block, giving up six sacks and opening zero running lanes. The defense couldn’t pressure Jameis Winston or tackle Doug Martin. The special teams gave up huge, game-swinging returns. Backup running back Corey Grant — why was he in the game? — fumbled for a defensive score that changed the entire tenor of the contest. Even Blake Bortles threw a terrible interception on an overall good day.

    For a team that we’ve been waiting to take a step forward the past two years, the 1-4 start — and a loss to the equally hapless Bucs — is disturbing.

    “You’ll say, ‘Hey, Gus, you said this was built.’ It is built,” Bradley said. “We have enough good players in that locker room to do better than what we’re doing. That’s a fact.”

    Perhaps Bradley’s fact is correct, but his 8-29 record as a head coach is a fact that’s screaming louder.

  9. ck says:

    Just heard the news about Gator’s QB and hope they win their appeal..not the news Gator’s fans wanted to hear about Grier as he is a big part of that team winning!:(

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