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Bucs QB Josh Freeman thrives when throwing deep
tampabay.com Updated Oct 12, 2012
By Rick Stroud, Times Staff Writer Friday, October 12, 2012 TAMPA - It happens time and time again. Josh Freeman and the offense will be stuck in a rut until well after halftime before the Bucs quarterback starts peppering the opposing secondary with deShare Tweet
Bucs' improved run defense gets test SundayBy Gary Shelton, Times Sports Columnist Saturday, October 13, 2012 TAMPA The rule is as old as storming the castle. It is as simple as a stampede. It is as brutal as a punch in the mouth. You stop the run. After that, you stop the run. A little later on…Share TweetBy Stephen F. Holder, Times Staff Writer Friday, October 12, 2012 TAMPA - After more than a week of contemplation, the Bucs have officially decided Jeremy Trueblood will line up at right guard this weekend against the Chiefs.Trueblood, the team's longtiShare Tweet
Bucs brace for NFL rushing leader Jamaal CharlesBy Joe Smith, Times Staff Writer Friday, October 12, 2012 TAMPA - No Buccaneer knows Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles as well as defensive tackle Roy Miller.Miller was his roommate for three years at the University of Texas, and he remembers Charles'Share Tweet
Bucs go with ticketless ticketsprofootballtalk.com Oct 12, 2012The team that hasn’t had to print an abundance of tickets lately could soon have to print none. The Buccaneers have become the first team to use paperless ticketing, with tickets purchased via a smartphone - and the phone then scanned upon entry to thShare Tweet
Bucs DT Roy Miller returns to practice, dealing with back injuryTampa Bay Buccaneers starting nose tackle Roy Miller returned to practice Friday, but was limited as he's dealing with back spasms, coach Greg Schiano said. Schiano said Miller suffered the freak injury while at home Thursday and it was hard for him to …Share TweetESPN.com Oct 12, 2012The Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints are on their bye weeks. But the regular NFC South chat still will go on. We’ll be chatting Friday at 1 p.m. ET. Here’s the link to get you in. The Buccaneers and Falcons each have games Sunday, so they mayShare TweetThe Bucs’ offense remains a work in progress, something that should come as no surprise given the upheaval of the coaching staff, the addition of many new players and a change in offensive scheme. But it’s the job of coordinator Mike Sullivan to bringShare Tweetbuccaneersgab.com Oct 12, 2012Two teams that are desperate for wins will go at it Sunday in Tampa, as the 1-3 Bucs play host to the 1-4 Chiefs, a team that will have a different look under center Sunday. The Chiefs will have Brady Quinn at QB Sunday, as usual starter Matt Cassel is …Share Tweet