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Bucs tried to blow up Peyton’s victory formation
profootballtalk.com Updated Dec 3, 2012
Forgotten in the Buccaneers’ four-game winning streak followed by a one-point loss that happened with Tampa in possession of the ball is the fact that the Bucs have a habit under coach Greg Schiano of contesting victory formation late in one-score gamesUpvote Share Tweet
LeQuan Lewis latest injury for Buccaneers secondaryBy Damian Cristodero, Times Staff Writer Monday, December 3, 2012 TAMPA - The Bucs just cannot catch a break in the secondary as coach Greg Schiano on Monday was not encouraging about backup CB LeQuan Lewis' apparent knee injury."We're waiting for someUpvote Share Tweet
Lavonte David's interception continues playmaking ways with BuccaneersBy Damian Cristodero, Times Staff Writer Monday, December 3, 2012 TAMPA - Lavonte David isn't sure where he will display the ball that was his first professional interception."Probably in a trophy room or something," he said.No question, though, he willUpvote Share Tweet
Broncos secondary limits Bucs' deep passing gameIf you wondered why the typically effective deep passing game of the Bucs seemed largely nonexistent until the frantic fourth quarter on Sunday, there’s an easy explanation, players said. The Broncos effectively played a deep zone coverage for most of tUpvote Share Tweet
Where they rank on offense, defenseESPN.com Dec 3, 2012The latest NFL stats are out, so let’s take a look at where the NFC South teams rank on offense and defense. The New Orleans Saints continue to have the league’s worst defense. They’re No. 32 overall (No. 32 against the run and No. 30 against the paUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 3, 2012The Falcons clinched the NFC South title from their collective couch yesterday, when the Broncos beat the Buccaneers. And amazingly, the 11-1 Falcons could wrap up the top seed in the NFC playoffs next week, with a win and some help. According to Pat Ya…Upvote Share TweetSunday’s loss by Tampa Bay didn’t completely take the Buccaneers out of the playoff picture. In fact, they remain right on the fringe. If the season ended today, the Falcons, 49ers, Packers and Giants would be in as division winners and the Bears (8-4Upvote Share Tweet
GameDay: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Denver Broncos highlightsDec 3Catch the highlights from Denver as Peyton Manning leads the Broncos to a win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
No victory formation for SchianoDec 3The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Denver Broncos scuffle after head coach Greg Schiano sends his team to blitz Peyton Manning in his victory formation.
Peter King: Crennel, Quinn open up on Chiefs' inspired win with heavy hear…Dec 3On Sunday morning, I was talking to Joe Linta, the agent for the late Jovan Belcher, about the state of mind that might have made the Chiefs linebacker shoot his live-in girlfriend nine times with his own mother in the house and then, less than an hour …