Soooo, that was enthralling. And by enthralling, I mean it the same way I feel when watching cars crash into each other. The game was essentially over in the first 20 seconds when 18 touchdowns were scored, but seeing as I actually have to create content based on the game, I upgraded the vodka to anti-freeze. I feel like this is the same strategy implemented by any local pizza places that gave out free toppings for each Falcons touchdown. That… was a poor business decision.
BREAKING: Roger Goodell to suspend the Atlanta Falcons six games for violently abusing the Bucs.
Annnnd there you have it folks. I just really think Atlanta’s scheduling of an FCS team will hurt their bid for a spot in the playoffs. And while the Buccaneers are trying to be the Raiders, they’re not there yet. Close though. Oh so very close. It’s okay Tampa, a lot of people don’t try hard at their job.
Buccaneers – 14, Falcons – 56
Steven Jackson – 14 CAR, 54 YDS, 1 TD. Bucs couldn’t even tackle Steven Jackson and his walker. And is it just me, or does it look like Jackson is more concerned with knocking out defenders than running the ball?
Devonta Freeman – 11 CAR, 12 YDS and 1 REC, 7 YDS, 1 FUM. Had a chance for some garbage-time work and didn’t really do much of anything with it. While I don’t think Steven Jackson can survive the season, the more I see of Freeman, the less excited I am about him.
Harry Douglas – 2 REC, 14 YDS, 1 TD. Looked great at the onset of the game, and then quickly injured his foot, but only because I wrote he was going to be the biggest benefactor from Roddy White being inactive. Thanks! Nothing is known as of this writing, but he couldn’t put any weight on that specific foot, so if there are any doctors out there, please be sure to let us know. And if there are any chefs out there, send food to my mouth.
Josh McCown – 5/12, 58 YDS, 1 INT. Tampa Bay’s first half highlight? An injured hand…