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This is the official feed for BuccaneersObserver.com’s podcast. Ralph Phillips and Molly Bay will discuss the latest Tampa Bay Buccaneers football news, events, and personalities. We try to cover everything Buccaneers related to make this the best Buccaneers podcast. During the season, Ralph breaks down the game film for every game, giving you a deeper look into what really happened on the field. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/support
 
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The Colts put a whooping on the Bills last week, but what does it actually mean? After watching the game, it was clear the Bills lost that game. The Colts simply capitalized on their mistakes. There's something to be said for that, to be sure, but what are the chances of a repeat this week against the Buccaneers? We both agree it's slim. Tom Brady …
 
The Buccaneers got a much-needed victory against the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. We won't lie... we were worried about the team after last week's loss to Washington. But the way the Bucs beat up on the Giants has quelled any doubt we had. Ralph repents! Who should get the game ball? Steve McLendon for his first career interception? To…
 
Tom Brady was OFF this week. Missed 10 wide open receivers. TEN. That's 1/3 of his pass plays. It was like what happened in New Orleans: everyone was in a fog. But the offensive line played well. We had 10 receivers WIDE OPEN. Their defense was bad. But Tom checked down instead of throwing to those guys. And then it came out: the TBT received alleg…
 
What in the heck happened??? We spitball. The offense lacked energy and cohesion. The defense couldn't get a stop when we needed it most. The game plan was too rigid and was apparent it wasn't working there was no adjustment. The good that came out of this week: Vita wasn't seriously hurt. The Cardinals lost to the Panthers, which may help us down …
 
The Buccaneers return from the bye to travel to Fedex field, where they will take on the Football Team. This should go much differently than when we saw them in the playoffs. First and foremost, we are prepared for running quarterback Taylor Heinicke. Secondly, there no one on the offense, with the exception of the offensive line, that stands out. …
 
This episode is a little more charged than we like to go, but enough is enough. The Aaron Rodgers situation is a case of low status males in sports media using their platform to demand compliance. Dissenters, like Rodgers, cannot be tolerated.What's even more absurd is that an NFL player KILLED a woman while this was going on - she burned alive, al…
 
While the Buccaneers were flagged for what felt like an exorbitant number of penalties, in reality the Saints only scored three points off of penalties. Overall, the one that hurt us the most was the holding call on Ross Cockrell. The Buccaneers were the benefactors of seven non-calls in a complete turn of events. In general, this game was not our …
 
Has NFL officiating ever been worse than this year?? Between the BS roughing the passer call on Gholston (which negated Winfield's interception), the taunting call on Devin White, and the lack of calls against the Saints, those zebras can eff allllllll the way off. Still, the Bucs were in it until Brady's devastating interception in the last two mi…
 
Who wants revenge more: Sean Payton, Jameis Winston, or the Buccaneers? Sean Payton's franchise quarterback got retired by the Bucs. Jameis Winston is facing his former team for the first time as a starter. The Buccaneers were swept by the Saints in the regular season last year, and while they exacted their revenge in the playoffs, was it enough? O…
 
If you like what we do and want to support the show, please consider a monthly donation: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/support After the game, we determined Leonard Fournette deserved the game ball. But after review of the game film, Ralph determined the offensive line, in fact, won us that game and thus deserved that game ball. Donovan Smi…
 
The Chicago Bears game was a glorious, glorious beatdown. We've been on the other side of those types of games too many times, so enjoy it, Bucs fans! The defense showed resiliency even while missing many starters, including Lavonte David, Carlton Davis III, and Sean Murphy-Bunting. The offense had a record-setting day, with Tom Brady scoring his 6…
 
It's about what we expected. This game is what the Patriots game should have been had the receivers caught the damn ball. The Buccaneers played a complete game. Miami, to their credit, played hard and showed flashes. However, the Buccaneers did not get out unscathed. Lavonte David suffered a high ankle sprain after Ndamukong Suh rolled up on his an…
 
The score against the Patriots was not as lopsided as it should have been. Between the Buccaneers receivers dropping seven passes, OJ Howard's abysmal blocking and the refs blowing some calls, the score should have been closer to Ralph's prediction of 45-10. The Buccaneers defense did a lot of good things, even with the injured secondary. To be sur…
 
The defense really secured this one for the team. Joe Tryon-Shoyinka got two sacks. Richard Sherman recovered a fumble punched out by Antoine Winfield, Jr. William Gholston and Shaquil Barrett also showed up. The Bucs allowed -1 yards net rushing by the Patriots. There was a high cost to this game, however, as the Buccaneers lost Carlton Davis III …
 
The refs were absolutely atrocious during the Rams game. There were several no-calls on personal foul penalties that would have given the Bucs favorable field position. Rob Gronkowski was targeted by Jalen Ramsey in the endzone on one such foul. Rams QB Matt Stafford played at an elite-level. He may be a force to be reckoned with with this monstrou…
 
Did the Rams just make a fatal mistake? Don't they know Tom Brady feeds off these types of losses come playoffs? We can safely say the Buccaneers brought their C-game, whereas the Rams brought their A-game. The Rams had this game circled on the calendar. There were celebrities in attendance: the cast of Ted Lasso, Halsey, Mike Tyson, Kate Hudson, R…
 
This is the toughest opponent we've faced so far, and we were conflicted on our score predictions. The Rams defense is tough, but the Colts put up a fight in week 2, only falling by 3 points in the end. The Buccaneers will face a former coach in Raheem Morris, who is now the Rams defensive coordinator. The offense has remained largely the same from…
 
The game felt close briefly, but the Buccaneers clinched the game thanks to not one but two pick-sixes by Mike Edwards. Tom Brady had five touchdowns and broke his own record of most games with 30+ points. TE Rob Gronkowski also had a record breaking day. The refs were horrible, as usual. What was the taunting penalty against Edwards? They also gav…
 
The Atlanta Falcons' coaching change took an unusual approach this year by keeping the existing roster largely in-tact. The consistency might help veteran Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees, who coached the Ravens' Super Bowl-winning team. However, the secondary had significant turnover with three of the four starters leaving. On offense, the Falcons …
 
Sunday was a glorious football Sunday. We got to watch our NFC South rivals in a week where the Bucs already had a victory under their belt. The Carolina Panthers played the New York Jets. While Carolina won and had a decent showing, it's still to be determined whether that was because Carolina is okay or the Jets just suck. Our bets are on the lat…
 
The Buccaneers squeaked out a victory against the Dallas Cowboys. We underestimated the Cowboys; their game plan was superb and well-executed. But the Buccaneers persevered thanks to Tom Brady, the receivers and the Bucs pass rush. Vita Vea made his presence known. Sean Murphy-Bunting sustained a gruesome injury. Bruce Arians said it was just a dis…
 
This likely will be a very good showing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on primetime. Todd Bowles' defense is well-matched against the Dallas Cowboys' run-first offense. QB Dak Prescott likes to play conservative and mitigate risk. Chris Godwin joined the injury report with a quad injury. Others like Rob Gronkowski and Steve McLendon sat out today for…
 
This week is an odd week so we've broken up the preview into two parts. In this episode, Molly discusses the changes the Cowboys made in the offseason, offensive line concerns and Dak Prescott's injury. Is the Dallas wide receiver corps a top ten trio? Top five? How much of an impact will the defensive line have against the Cowboys offensive line, …
 
K Ryan Succop and OL Nick Leverett return from the Covid list. OLB Cam Gill is (finally) moved to injured reserve for his mystery injury. Your hate is Tom Brady's fuel. Is Cam Newton's NFL career over? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/support…
 
The Buccaneers starting offense looked like a well-oiled machine during its performance against the Texans, with the exception of the first drive which ended in a three and out. The team made cuts this week in order to get down to the 53-man roster by the deadline. Surprise cuts included TE Tanner Hudson, TE Codey McElroy, Dl Jeremiah Ledbetter, an…
 
Jameis Winston had Twitter in an uproar this weekend as he scored two touchdowns in typical Jameis fashion. Saints fans are clamoring for Jameis to become the starter, and we couldn't agree more. Buccaneers Kicker Ryan Succop was diagnosed with Covid this weekend, which Bruce Arians linked to a dinner he had with former teammates from the Titans. A…
 
The game didn't go haywire for the Buccaneers until the odd Tanner Hudson fumble for a touchdown. Prior to that, while it wasn't great, the guys competing for jobs showed some promise. The Buccaneers saw all they needed to see from OLB Quinton Bell, WR TJ Simmons, S Nate Brooks and S Lawrence White. The players were released Sunday, which brought t…
 
Yesterday's practice with the Titans got lively as four skirmishes broke out, including one where Antonio Brown clocked a Titans defensive back. The starters will not play Saturday, leaving plenty of snaps for guys fighting for jobs. TE Tanner Hudson needs to make a splash, but it's not even clear he'll play with his wrist injury. OLB Cam Gill is a…
 
The Buccaneers faced the Tennessee Titans at camp today. Bruce Arians said the team offensively had a good day, although Bucs media is in a tizzy about the number of drops. Reporter Paul Kuharsky, who covers the Titan for Outkick, noted the Buccaneers offense is much faster than Tennessee’s. Bucs who did not practice today include: OLB Cam Gill, S …
 
THAT was an entertaining preseason game. Backups on the defense showed a lot of promise. Nate Brooks, Antonio Hamilton and Joe Jones impressed. That list is not exhaustive, either. On the offense, Jaelon Darden made splashes reminiscent of Tyreek Hill. Giovanni Bernard also made plays against his former team. In other news, the Buccaneers made thre…
 
Bucs nation lost a good one this week. Mark Cook, of Pewter Report fame, passed away. He was a stalwart in the Bucs community and will be missed. The Cincinnati Bengals come to Tampa this Saturday. QB Joe Burrow will be sidelined this game, and it's undetermined whether he will play at all this preseason. Burrow has healed from his knee injury, sus…
 
There weren't many surprises as the Buccaneers released their first depth chart today. One surprise, however, was TE Tanner Hudson's position on the chart - he was listed after Codey McElroy. Coupled with BA's comments yesterday, it seems Tanner needs to step it up or risk being cut. Around the league, Bills QB Josh Allen lands a massive contract. …
 
Training camp warriors have emerged on both sides of the ball. What does that mean for the regular season? Ryan Succop reportedly been inconsistent this camp. Should that be cause for concern? The sports writers have been going after players for nonconformity on vaccination orthodoxy. The NFLPA pulls a bait-and-switch with Covid protocols. Whose si…
 
Hello. Hi. We're back. We missed you. Training camp is on! Season pass holders were the only fans in attendance this training camp. The heat is wearing on players who didn't train in Tampa, as Bruce Arians reports the last 30 minutes of the first days of camp left something to be desired. The Buccaneers made roster moves, including adding TE Camero…
 
Ralph's favorite wide receiver, Julio Jones, has left the Conference. We discuss what it means for the Falcons and the NFC South as a whole. The Buccaneers held OTAs this week. When Ralph gets ahold of our social media accounts, we get blocked by media. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/messageSupport this podcast: …
 
The schedule was released last night and Molly is less than thrilled about the season opener against the Cowboys. The strength of schedule for the year certainly favors the Buccaneers. Is there a team in the league that can compete with the Bucs? We were in the fortunate position of drafting best available player rather than need. The Kyle Trask pi…
 
Full disclosure: we know nothing about the draft. But that hasn't stopped us from talking about something before! We talk bringing back the gang, where the front office should focus, baby announcements, rule changes, and more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buccaneer…
 
The Buccaneers have made some major moves since our free agency analysis last week. Tom Brady signed an extension, Shaq Barrett and Gronk are coming back, and Jason Licht and Mike Greenberg are magicians. The NFC South, on the other hand, is a mess. Drew Brees retires from football, leaving the quarterback position in New Orleans wide open for comp…
 
BREAKING: Buccaneers tag Chris Godwin and sign Lavonte David to a two-year extension. (Mike Greenberg is a true magician.) We break down the Buccaneers cap situation, who we need to sign, who would be nice to sign, and who will likely walk. Plus, we discuss the murmurings of a Gerald McCoy return (ya'll stop, please). --- Send in a voice message: h…
 
We discuss how the defensive units performed in 2020, and where they may go in 2021. We also review the Buccaneers special teams. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/support
 
We go over each position group on the 2020 Buccaneers offense and discuss our expectations on the season and how they measured up. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/support
 
Bold take: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers that beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55 is the best football team to ever play the game. Ever. If you can think of a better team, send us a message. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers DOMINATED the Kansas City Chiefs in every respect. By the end of the game, the Chiefs players were demoralized and frustrated. The…
 
What an incredible season it's been, Bucs fans. The Super Bowl was a perfect end to this journey. The Chiefs didn't stand a chance! And while the Bucs free agents shone in the game, we can't forget the homegrown Buccaneers who have slugged through to get us where we are today. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/messa…
 
The Kansas City Chiefs gimmicky offense will be no match for the Buccaneers defense. Vita Vea alone would have been a difference maker, but we've also got JPP and Shaq, Suh helping up the middle, Devin White and Lavonte at linebacker, and a playmaking secondary. Jamel Dean was absent from the Buccaneers first matchup against the Chiefs, and he was …
 
That echo is back! Ack. We'll be working on that this week. This game was fascinating. It was evident that the Green Bay Packers did not bring their A game, and questionable decisions from the players and coaches contributed to their downfall. The Buccaneers defensive line was no match for their offensive line. The depth the Buccaneers has been gre…
 
WE'RE GOING TO THE SUPER BOWL. It still feels surreal. The Packers put up a good fight - which you expect with Aaron Rodgers at the helm - but the Buccaneers managed to overcome. The defense again showed up in a spectacular way. Sean Murphy-Bunting's interception was record-tying for most interceptions in the post-season, and we hope he can shatter…
 
About last episode... we explain. The New Orleans game was nothing short of amazing. The defense was the difference in the game on the Bucs side. But Ralph is on the fence as to whether the Buccaneers beat the Saints, or the Saints lost this game. Drew Brees was not himself, and the Buccaneers were able to capitalize. The offensive line was playing…
 
Annihilation. Embarrassment. Demoralization. We did it, ya'll! Sent those Saints home and it was GLORIOUS. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buccaneers-observer/support
 
The Washington Football, to its credit, played well overall. The offensive line all but neutralized our pass rush. Tom Brady played a phenomenal game, and had Chris Godwin not dropped five passes, the game might night have been as close as it was. To beat the Saints this weekend, the Bucs have to minimize turnovers. The team is not the same team th…
 
The offensive line down right manhandled the Washington defensive line, despite allowing three sacks. Chase Young learned a valuable lesson this week about shit talk. LB Kevin Minter played well in Devin White's absence. Devin White was activated from the Covid list this week, while Minter heads onto the list. The game, while overall a win for the …
 
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