It’s NFL free agency week, which means good luck to anyone trying to distinguish the smokescreens from reality and OMG WTF LOL:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston went to Melrose Elementary in Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday, and what was supposed to be a breezy photo op turned into yet another instance of Winston being a dumb shithead in public.
This morning, a U.S. District Court judge dismissed two lawsuits involving Jameis Winston, finally ending a four-year legal saga. A sexual battery lawsuit filed by Kinsman against Winston in 2015 and an earlier suit filed by Winston against Kinsman for defamation were both dismissed. The pair settled last month,…
Buccaneers RB Doug Martin revealed that he failed a drug test and will serve a four-game suspension, and announced that he’s entering rehab.
Wait. How are the Buccaneers 8-5 and currently in line for the NFC’s second wild-card spot? Weren’t they once 1-3 and giving up more points than any team in the NFL? Was that really this season? And wasn’t it just six weeks ago that Matt Ryan and the Falcons did this to the Bucs in prime time, which happened a mere…
The Chiefs grabbed a first-quarter turnover as Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston lost his faculties—and the football.
That was short-lived.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans became the latest NFL player to refuse to stand during the national anthem yesterday, a sign of protest that was directed at either half the electorate or one person in particular, depending on how you look at it.
It’s time again to let the Tecmo Super Bowl computer duke it out to simulate tonight’s Atlanta-Tampa Bay game. Who will win? Tune in to find out, LIVE:
Two weeks ago, with the Oakland Raiders leading the NFL in penalties, head coach Jack Del Rio said that he had “zero tolerance” for unnecessary mistakes by the team. His tolerance today was apparently not in absolutes, because the Raiders set an NFL record with 23 penalties for 200 yards in an overtime victory against…
Tampa Bay was set to have the ball on fourth down at the 49ers’ five-yard line with two feet to go for first-and-goal. That’s before Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston lipped off to an official, pushing the ball back 15 yards and eliminating any chance of his team tying up San Francisco on the drive. Oops!
Vulgar Florida football power couple Brent and Miko Grimes owe $191,471.70 to the IRS. A lien was filed today on a house the couple own in Miami, and the Miami Herald first reported on the Grimeses’ tax issues. As you can probably guess, Miko is not happy with them.
The defending NFC champs are seeing their season slip away faster than anyone could have predicted. After last night’s 17-14 loss to the Buccaneers, Carolina is now just the fifth team (of 100) to make a Super Bowl appearance and start the next season 1-4 or worse—the first since the 2004 Panthers.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are a mediocre, waterlogged 2-3 team and the biggest story of their season is the fragile psyche of their kicker, who they traded up to draft in the second round. Roberto Aguayo was the most accurate kicker in college football history, but he struggled throughout the preseason and his troubles…
There’s no good way to lose to the Los Angeles Rams, a team that scored a grand total of nine points through the first eight quarters of the season and is quarterbacked by something called “Case Keenum.” But of all the possible ways to fall to a team as bad as the Rams (really, there aren’t many!), the Bucs found the…
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins was arrested early Friday morning for drunk driving. It now looks like the Bucs are releasing him.
Washington travelled down to Tampa Bay during a goddamn tropical storm to play their fourth and final preseason game. The storm has forced evacuations, but if there’s one thing we know about football, it’s that it never sleeps. The game was moved up a day, to avoid the worst of the storm, and yet conditions were…
Roberto Aguayo, the most accurate kicker in college football history, for whom the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded up to draft in the second round, is struggling in preseason and in practice. This is a real and interesting news story. It’s also one that I’ve felt unusual compunctions reading (and writing) about.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made the most puzzling pick of this year’s NFL draft when they took Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo in the second round. Although they got their guy (well before they needed to) the team’s perceived value of him seems to have inadvertently screwed him.