As an overly emotional football fan who also gambles on the sport, it’s hard not to be reactionary. Tempering expectations is a skill few possess. The rational we like to think bigger picture and look at the football season in Continue reading Bucs bamboozled, Chiefs code crack back
‘Twas a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Tampa Bay, particularly for reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes who, along with Tyreke Hill, treated the Buccaneers secondary like his own personal pincushion. For the other former MVP on the field that day, the outcome Continue reading So close and yet so far away; Bucs’ Super Bowl winning quarterback falls short against another
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose Jean Baptiste Alphone Karr, 1849 I’ve set down bad books before. I couldn’t get through them so I just chalked up the final, unturned pages to writing better left unread. I’m Continue reading Bucs embarrass, fans boo: Same old, same old in Tampa Bay.
A good friend gave me his VIP tickets to the Buccaneers pre-season practice the other day. Although I’m salivating over the upcoming NFL season like every other, red-blooded American and have been a Buccaneers fan for years, I’ve never been Continue reading Meteorologists suck and other tales from the Sunshine State
Wow, that was tough to watch.
At the end of every NFL season, only one fan base is truly happy, leaving 31 others to wallow in the memory of what could have been. Those feelings are compounded exponentially if you root for a team which never Continue reading Counterpoint: An American football fan talks Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Glazer family and ownership in professional sport