PewterReport.com’s Scott Reynolds joined Ronnie and TKras Monday morning to discuss the three game losing streak for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the Bucs dropped yesterday’s contest against the Denver Broncos. The thing that stuck in Reynolds’ craw following the game was the lackluster and poor play of Charles Sims in place of the injured Doug Martin. Reynolds is totally in favor of letting Jacquizz Rogers take over the backup role for Doug Martin.
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Duemig blames it all on Wiinston. Never thought that guy knew much about the Bucs. BTW, notice Duemig uses “us” when local teams (Bolts, Bucs, Rays) win but “them” when they’re losers? He’s the ultimate in being a BANDWAGON fan.
I absolutely agree with Scott. In fact I have felt that way since Quizz got here. He hits the hole hard and doesn’t do the Dancing With The Stars bit that Sims 111 does. Charles is a very good complimentary back, good at coming in and giving the running game a change of pace from time to time. Quizz gives his OL a chance to just blast.
I’m no “expert” but I am surprised the Buccaneers don’t see this.
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