Sie sind vermutlich noch nicht im Forum angemeldet - Klicken Sie hier um sich kostenlos anzumelden Impressum 
Forum der Opfer

Suchmaschineneintrag Sofortkredit
Sie können sich hier anmelden
Dieses Thema hat 0 Antworten
und wurde 101 mal aufgerufen
liny195 Offline


Beiträge: 147

29.12.2018 08:17
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers believe they accomplished Antworten

their major goals of upgrading the defensive line and a porous secondary through the draft after going 5-11 and missing the playoffs for the 10th consecutive season.The Buccaneers added more defensive pieces Saturday [url=]Womens Gerald McCoy Jersey[/url] , taking Pitt safety Jordan Whitehead in the fourth round and Wisconsin linebacker Jack Cichy during the sixth."Thirty-one teams passed up (taking me) so I've got a chip on my shoulder coming in already," Whitehead said.Cichy didn't play in 2017 because of a knee injury that occurred in preseason camp."I feel great," he said. "I'm real close to 100 percent. I think by the time I get down there for minicamp and OTAs I'll be 100 percent."Tampa Bay used its first-round pick Thursday to take Washington defensive tackle Vita Vea 12th overall. He will be plugged into a revamped defensive line anchored by six-time Pro Bowl tackle Gerald McCoy and bolstered by last month's trade for pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul and the signing of Beau Allen, Vinny Curry and Mitch Unrein in free agency.Tampa Bay ranked last in the NFL with 23 sacks a year ago.The Buccaneers used a pair of second-round selections Friday to take cornerbacks M.J. Stewart from North Carolina and Auburn's Carlton Davis."We feel great," Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht said. "There's more of a better vibe, not that it was ever bad, more high-fives and more positive energy with all the coaches and scouts this year than I can remember."LEARNING CURVEBucs coach Dirk Koetter knows that 6-foot-6, 304-pound guard Alex Cappa, taken in the third round from Division II Humboldt State, will be facing a major step-up in competition. "That's a different level of football," Koetter said. "Right when his season was over, he goes down to Phoenix and works out at an O-line place with a bunch of NFL guys. He's the right kind of guy but there's definitely a transition."Tampa Bay has had previous drafting success with small-school offensive lineman, taking starting guard Ali Marpet from Division III Hobart College in the second round of the 2015 draft.FAMILY AFFAIRFormer Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis is Whitehead's cousin."He gave me a lot of advice going through this process," Whitehead said. "Stay humble, anything can happen throughout this weekend."FASTER THAN YOU MIGHT THINKSecond-round selection Ronald Jones II from USC is an explosive runner who the Buccaneers feel is faster than generally known."He's got track times, the ran guy 10.3-something 100-meters and multiple 10.5's [url=]Womens Donovan Smith Jersey[/url] ," Koetter said. "He runs hard. He's going to bring something."HIGH GRADESThe Buccaneers took Penn wide receiver Justin Watson in the fifth round. He will graduate after taking his last final Wednesday at Penn's Wharton School."I didn't have a lot of I-A offers, in fact the only two offers I had at the I-A level were Buffalo and Akron out of the MAC," Watson said. "For me, Penn was just the best fit for both football and academics."STILL NEEDTampa Bay could look to add depth at safety and the offensive line before the start of training camp. The NFL has been full of surprises this season, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have pulled off one of the bigger staff moves by firing defensive coordinator following his team’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons.Things are only going to heat up from here as we have a lot of good football to look forward to, but here are my observations after Week 6 of the NFL’s regular season.OFFSIDES: The Chiefs are the Super Bowl favorites out of the AFC.Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty ImagesI’m not alone in saying this coming into the Sunday Night Football matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots.In fact, I was so confident the Chiefs would win in Foxboro and stake their claim as the next challenger for the AFC throne I picked them in our weekly game picks.Alas, I was wrong. But man, I don’t know if I’ve ever had more fun watching myself be wrong before in my life!However, I will say this. As happy as Patriots fans have to be coming out of Week 6 with the win, they cannot be comfortable.Granted, if New England gets their way, the next time they see this team it’ll be a lot colder and there’ll be slippery white stuff on the ground which will not help Mahomes’ game whatsoever.Still, the younger and sexier Chiefs are coming for the crown Tom Brady. They may not have knocked it off completely just yet, but they’re close.FALSE START: The AFC South is going to be much improved in 2018.Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty ImagesAndrew Luck is coming back! Deshaun Watson is coming back! The Titans were a playoff team! The Jaguars almost - and should have - made it to the Super Bowl! The reign of the AFC South is about to begin!Not so fast.Six weeks in and the division leading Tennessee Titans have an impressive record of 3-3 and have lost two in a row. Oh, and Marcus Mariota looks worse than ever.Luck is back [url=]Womens Adam Humphries Jersey[/url] , and not having much of it as his Colts have wobbled their way to a 1-5 record.The Jags, well, just got smoked by the Dallas Cowboys and their elite offense consisting of Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott and Connor McGregor?Houston has a lot of problems, but their the only team in the division not on a losing streak. In fact, they’ve won three in a row.This was the year the AFC North was supposed to unseat the AFC West as the conference’s most competitive division from top to bottom. Nobody thought it’d be because they’d all play down to each other though.FREE PLAY: Mark Duffner takes over as Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator.Dale Zanine-USA TODAY SportsThere are 32 defensive coordinator positions in the NFL. Getting one is a rare opportunity. Getting another is even tougher.Mark Duffner is getting his third crack at being an NFL defensive coordinator seventeen seasons after his last chance when he was the DC for the Cincinnati Bengals from 2001-2002.So, what should we expect? We have no idea!It’s been seventeen years since Duffner was a defensive coordinator. Seventeen years ago today, I was nineteen. I have forgotten more stuff I’ve learned about life in general than I knew at that stage of my life.However, for the fun of it, I did go back and watch Duffner’s Bengals to see what his defense looked like back then. And it just so happened he played against an opponent near and dear to my heart. The 2001-2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.What I saw was plenty of blitzing coming out of the Bengals’ four-man front. Plenty of zone and man coverage with the safeties playing a bit more aggressively than Bucs fans are used to seeing as of late.In 2001, Cincinnati had the 14th ranked team in the NFL in opponent scoring and allowed the twelfth fewest yards passing on the year.Had the Bengals not had one of the worst offenses that season, it’s possible the team would have made the playoffs. Cincinnati was able to come out on top of the Bucs in their 2001 contest and we all know what happened the next season for Tampa Bay.The team site has more on Duffner as fans anxiously await the debut of what everyone hopes will be a more effective defensive unit. Football has changed quite a bit since the last time Duffner steered the ship for an NFL defense, but if his history is any indicator, we might expect to at least see a more aggressive scheme than we have up to this point.

Forum der Opfer

Wer die Augen verschließt, kann nichts sehen.

Wer nichts sieht, kann nichts erkennen.

Wer nichts erkennt, kann nicht handeln.

Wer nicht handelt, macht sich schuldig!

Xobor Einfach ein eigenes Forum erstellen | ©