After going through all of today’s stories for this morning’s Patriots links entry, here are some interesting articles from Tampa Bay’s perspective that you may also want to check out:
Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times files his game story, and writes that the Bucs ‘weren’t ready’ for the Patriots and Tom Brady.
Larry Brown has a good entry on the Bucs’ loss, with Gerald McCoy reacting to the tempo of last night’s game and saying the Patriots were too fast.
‚ÄúMan, I‚Äôm telling you man, they came out, they‚Äôd turn around huddle, snap, oh, ‚ÄėThere‚Äôs the Mike, Go!‚Äô I was like, ‚ÄėDang! Um, Mr. Brady, can we line up?‚Äô‚ÄĚ McCoy joked. ‚Äú[Brady] didn‚Äôt care. He was like, ‚ÄėYou‚Äôre not going to line up.‚Äô When we turned around one time I checked back around and my hand was going to the grass and they were like, ‚ÄėHut!‚Äô And I said, ‚ÄėNoooooooooooo!‚Äô‚ÄĚ
John Romano of the St. Petersberg Times has a good column this morning, and writes that the Bucs should remember the sting of what happened in the first half last night, and use it to get better.
Anwar Richardson of the Tampa Tribune writes that quarterback Josh Freeman recently said that he wanted to be in the same conversation as Brady,¬†but he¬†wasn’t quite as good as Brady last night.
Joe Henderson of the Tampa Tribune has a great column this morning, and writes that the Bucs poor effort last night definitely raises half an eyebrow.
Rick Brown of TheLedger.com has another good column entitled, “Oh Brother, Nothing Went Right For Bucs.”
Joe Smith of the St. Petersburg times writes that rookie linebacker Mason Foster took his lumps during last night’s loss.
Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg times writes that Tampa Bay’s offensive line crumbled against New England’s defense.
MyFoxTampa has photos from the game.
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