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Postautor: liny195 » 16 wrz 2019, o 04:56

/>Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBucs Nationa Tampa Bay Buccaneers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBuccaneersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmJason Pierre-Paul Injury Signals Issue With Jason Licht Draft Strategy...New http://www.buccaneerslockerroom.com/authentic-chris-conte-jersey ,90comments...apparentlyEDTShareTweetShareShareJason Pierre-Paul Injury Signals Issue With Jason Licht Draft Strategy...Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsTampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul may potentially have suffered a neck injury which will most likely prevent him from playing in 2019 and may keep him from playing ever again depending on the severity and how his body heals from it.The team is awaiting a second opinion. This accident occurred on 02 May 2019. On 25 April, one week prior, Jason Licht passed on edge rushers like Josh Allen, Montez Sweat and Brian Burns while drafting inside linebacker Devin White. While Licht surely addressed a big need on Todd Bowles’ defense, as stated by the coach himself, he failed to address the glaring hole Pierre-Paul’s injury leaves on the team.And according to some, this oversight (read: inability to read the future) is reason to fire the Bucs’ general manager.If you haven’t picked up the sarcasm, I’ll spell it out. Jason Licht doesn’t deserve to be fired because he didn’t know JPP was going to crash a vehicle one week after the draft and suffer a potentially season-ending injury.Yet, there are those who will use the injury as a sounding board to reverberate the belief they were in fact correct in their assertion the team shouldn’t have drafted White in the first place.If I were to argue with you, which I won’t, I would say you got lucky - but I would stop there. To say anyone is lucky that a man who has poured his adult and much of his adolescent life into his career is about to potentially lose the final years of it would be disgusting.To use this fact as evidence to win a trivial argument, deplorable.I have been writing about or covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for six years now and for various sites or podcasts. I will say, this team’s fan base is passionate even if they are largely missing from the stadium on game day.The fan base is opinionated, but mostly respectful. Part of the enjoyable part about writing sports related content is the interaction with readers and listeners and peers and even players.When a player agrees with my takes, it makes my ego warm my soul a little. When a reader disagrees it sparks new thought and conversation. It’s fun. Mostly.What I hate seeing is when people tear each other down. It reminds me of Chris Conte. You know the play. I don’t need to rehash it here.When it first happened, I had a similar instant reaction. I winced, I think I said “oooh” and I watched the Steelers tight end run downfield for a score.And then I learned like the rest of you did, that Conte had been hurt on the play. That he had come into the game already injured yet played anyway to try and get his team a big win on Primetime television. But then I went to twitter, and there were jokes, and laughs and people generally drawing pleasure from it. Those aren’t the Bucs fans I love. Those are the Bucs fans who make players clam up and give ‘canned answers’ those fans then complain about.Back on topic. If you hate Jason Licht, then fine. Hate him. But to blame the man for this is beyond ridiculous.Vernon Hargreaves hasn’t panned out; he’s on his third NFL head coach; Derwin James made the Pro Bowl; HE DRAFTED ROBERTO AGUAYO.Hell, maybe you didn’t like the White pick before. That’s fine too. The point is, you don’t need more ammo. If you want to start a change.org petition for Licht’s job, there will be plenty from the playlist for you to choose from without having to fault his not consulting Tom Cruise’s Minority Report. And further, you won’t need to parade a player’s neck injury as a beacon of light for all to see your argument in all of its glory.I for one, disagree, and think Licht is a solid general manager fully capable of assembling a roster which can be coached to winning a Super Bowl.But that’s me. What else is me, is if Lavonte David were to succumb to an injury and miss the 2019 NFL Season, I wouldn’t be happy. I wouldn’t celebrate my genius for supporting the drafting of Devin White before it was a reality like I had cracked the DaVinci Code. I’d feel for the player. For the pain and suffering which comes with season-ending injuries. I’d appreciate the existence of White Gerald McCoy Jersey White , sure. But beyond this, I’d do my best to keep things in perspective.What we’re talking about and tweeting about is a game. What they’re living is a business, and it’s their livelihood. We’re not supposed to see it the same, but let’s not allow ourselves to reach new lows in the pursuit of being right. GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP)Jameis Winston returned, and it wasn’t enough for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Their playoff hopes are just about done after a 26-20 overtime loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. A season that started with rising expectations seems to be ending in a painfully familiar way for the franchise – in last place in the NFC South with dim prospects for the postseason. Still, Winston refused to focus on anything but getting better for next week’s game against Detroit. The quarterback missed Tampa Bay’s three previous contests with a shoulder injury. ”I can’t really tell you about the future right now,” he said. ”No one in this room can predict the future right now, so we’ve just got to keep building and getting better every single day.” Statistically, the offense had a decent day for Tampa Bay (4-8). Peyton Barber ran for 102 yards on 23 carries with starter Doug Martin sidelined by a concussion. Winston was 21 of 32 for 270 yards and two touchdown passes to tight end Cameron Brate. ”I thought Jameis played good. He did a good job except the one play,” coach Dirk Koetter said. He didn’t specify the play, though Packers defensive lineman Dean Lowry might have an idea. Winston fumbled on a sack by Kenny Clark in the second quarter. The 6-foot-6, 296-pound Lowry snatched the loose ball in the air and rumbled 62 yards for a touchdown and Lambeau leap with a 17-7 lead. ”I don’t even know how the ball came out,” Winston said. ”When I reared it back (my arm) hit something.” It was one of seven sacks on the day for the Packers, with Clay Matthews leading the pass rush with 2 1/2. ”That’s probably our worst protection game we’ve had all year,” Koetter said. Winston also fumbled in the fourth quarter following Evan Smith’s early snap. He was whistled for an illegal forward pass on the next play, but the mistakes were erased by his second touchdown pass to Brate on third-and-11 for a 20-17 lead with 6:02 left in regulation. Winston refused to blame his offensive line for poor protection, though there were a couple communication issues with Smith. He was a last-minute replacement at center after starter Joe Hawley was scratched due to illness. Two other starters on the offensive line were placed on injured reserve earlier in the week. ”So I don’t think it’s right to be able to say that they did subpar when they overcame so much in this day,” Winston said. His day started out so well, too, connecting with Brate for a 28-yard touchdown pass on the game’s opening drive. Brate made a nice one-handed grab, extending his right arm in front of him toward the goal line after beating his defender. ”Today with Jameis back, he really trusts me with those crucial situations and he gave me a couple opportunities,” Brate said. But not enough to get a win, not with one too many turnovers. So chalk up the trip to Lambeau Field as another lesson for the promising young quarterback in just his third NFL season. ”We’ve got to remember he’s 23 years old,” Koetter said, ”and experience is still the best teacher.” —
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