Gur's Linemen

2012 Week 1's Key Play Broken Down

A series identifying the key play in each game of the Bucs' 2012 season, using nothing more than a white board, marker pens and the All-22 camera angle - or what I call the View from the Crow's Nest. This entry is for the Week 1 game versus Carolina.

What Blount Teaches Us About Schiano (part five)

The final part of an extended look at LeGarrette Blount as a player, and what his treatment teaches us about Greg Schiano. In this part, I extrapolate the factors discussed in part four and apply them to some other players on the Bucs' roster.

A theory of coaching styles

The third part of an extended look at LeGarrette Blount as a player, and what his treatment teaches us about Greg Schiano. This part of the article deviates a little, setting out a theory of coaching that will explain in part four Blount's 2012 play.

What Blount Teaches Us About Schiano (part two)

The second part of an extended look at LeGarrette Blount as a player, and what his treatment teaches us about Greg Schiano. This part looks at Blount's game tape from 2011, in order to contrast his play in the pre-Schiano era to what it was in 2012

What Blount Teaches Us About Schiano (part one)

The first part of an extended look at LeGarrette Blount as a player, and what his treatment teaches us about Greg Schiano. The first part explores Blount's story so far, and how he has been perceived by the media and the fans.

Bucs should draft a tackle in the first round

The Buccaneers should draft a tackle, and they should do so early. Find out why!

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