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(Tampa Bay Times)   Bucs' big wins in Philly as plentiful as Rocky sequels, unless you count all the Creeds   (tampabay.com) divider line
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2 days ago  
While Philly will try to make this notion die hard, Bucs seem to be on a fast & furious path to increase the number before Halloween.
 
2 days ago  
Bucs 21 Eagles 24
 
2 days ago  
Ah yes, that long storied rivalry between the Bucs/Eagles?

Article writer mentions booing Santa Claus in the very first sentence.  Impressive.
 
2 days ago  
Your blog sucks
 
2 days ago  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Ah yes, that long storied rivalry between the Bucs/Eagles?

Article writer mentions booing Santa Claus in the very first sentence.  Impressive.


Didn't they meet in the post-season quite a bit back in the Tony Dungy and Gruden days?
I know that was a long time ago to keep a rivalry alive, but I think the Bucs and Eagles took turns knocking each other out of the playoffs for a few seasons back then.
 
2 days ago  
But Jon Gruden didn't coach in any of them.
 
2 days ago  

Tad_Waxpole: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Ah yes, that long storied rivalry between the Bucs/Eagles?

Article writer mentions booing Santa Claus in the very first sentence.  Impressive.

Didn't they meet in the post-season quite a bit back in the Tony Dungy and Gruden days?
I know that was a long time ago to keep a rivalry alive, but I think the Bucs and Eagles took turns knocking each other out of the playoffs for a few seasons back then.


The Eagles knocked the Bucs out of the playoffs early in '00 and '01, but then the Bucs returned the favor to the Eagles in '02 in the NFC championship game.  What added salt to the wounds of Eagles fans was that game was the last at Veteran's Stadium, and then the following season the Bucs ruined the Eagles' opening game at Lincoln Financial Field.

So there was a slight back and forth in the early 2000's but that's pretty much it.
 
2 days ago  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Ah yes, that long storied rivalry between the Bucs/Eagles?

Article writer mentions booing Santa Claus in the very first sentence.  Impressive.


I doubt anyone in Philly stays up late thinking about an occasionally relevant team that is not in the same division.
 
2 days ago  

iamskibibitz: But Jon Gruden didn't coach in any of them.


Yes, he did.  He coached Antonio Brown.

/runs out of thread
 
2 days ago  
It says something about your franchise history when the substance of your article is "we really do great in Philly; with another win we'll reach .500 there."

(Yes, .500 on the road is pretty good, but hardly dominant.)
 
2 days ago  

Super Chronic: It says something about your franchise history when the substance of your article is "we really do great in Philly; with another win we'll reach .500 there."

(Yes, .500 on the road is pretty good, but hardly dominant.)


Remembering the hapless creamsicle teams, .500 sounds absolutely cromulent.  I would like to see a breakdown by decades.  I would bet it heavily favors recent history.
 
1 day ago  

RichPoorBoy: Super Chronic: It says something about your franchise history when the substance of your article is "we really do great in Philly; with another win we'll reach .500 there."

(Yes, .500 on the road is pretty good, but hardly dominant.)

Remembering the hapless creamsicle teams, .500 sounds absolutely cromulent.  I would like to see a breakdown by decades.  I would bet it heavily favors recent history.


The bucs are 146 games under .500 as a franchise as of last sunday.

If they win out this year, they would have to go 17-0 for 7 straight years and then go 16-1 the season after that stretch to hit .500 as a franchise.
 
1 day ago  

Muzzleloader: RichPoorBoy: Super Chronic: It says something about your franchise history when the substance of your article is "we really do great in Philly; with another win we'll reach .500 there."

(Yes, .500 on the road is pretty good, but hardly dominant.)

Remembering the hapless creamsicle teams, .500 sounds absolutely cromulent.  I would like to see a breakdown by decades.  I would bet it heavily favors recent history.

The bucs are 146 games under .500 as a franchise as of last sunday.

If they win out this year, they would have to go 17-0 for 7 straight years and then go 16-1 the season after that stretch to hit .500 as a franchise.


Er, 17-0 for 8 straight seasons and then win their first 10 the next year.
/ftfm.
 
1 day ago  

Muzzleloader: Muzzleloader: RichPoorBoy: Super Chronic: It says something about your franchise history when the substance of your article is "we really do great in Philly; with another win we'll reach .500 there."

(Yes, .500 on the road is pretty good, but hardly dominant.)

Remembering the hapless creamsicle teams, .500 sounds absolutely cromulent.  I would like to see a breakdown by decades.  I would bet it heavily favors recent history.

The bucs are 146 games under .500 as a franchise as of last sunday.

If they win out this year, they would have to go 17-0 for 7 straight years and then go 16-1 the season after that stretch to hit .500 as a franchise.

Er, 17-0 for 8 straight seasons and then win their first 10 the next year.
/ftfm.


Well. That's certainly substantially different from your previous post.

I hope you feel bad and think about what you've done.
 
1 day ago  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Ah yes, that long storied rivalry between the Bucs/Eagles?

Article writer mentions booing Santa Claus in the very first sentence.  Impressive.


Honestly, as a life long Eagles fan - I DO kinda seriously farking hate Tampa Bay sports in general.

We were destined for that 2003 Super Bowl until that clown Joe Jurevicius broke a random 90 yard touchdown.
We were destined for the 2004 Stanley Cup but the Lightning took game 7
Beating them in the 08 World Series was nice at least.
 
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