It wasn’t that the Buccaneers offense was quiet Sunday. According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the signature pirate-ship cannons which fire when the Bucs get to the red zone and score didn’t go off Sunday, but will be repaired in time for their next home game on Oct. 1 against the Giants. The electrical system which controls the cannons was damaged by water from Hurricane Irma, which kept them from going off during a 29-7 win over the Bears.
What exactly is the plan for James Harrison? Great question and a lot of people have their own guesses about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ plans for No. 92. But is it possible the team is underestimating Harrison’s capabilities at the ripe old age of 39? After his 2016 season, when he led the team in sacks, it seems doubtful they’re doing that. But then again, why wouldn’t they play him when T.J. Watt came out injured in Week 2? Lots of questions, not too many answers. Time to check out the Black-and-gold news from outside the walls of BTSC: The Steelers have underestimated James Harrison before Why didn’t James Harrison play a single snap on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings and only four total
After Mike Glennon had three first-half turnovers in the Bears' blowout loss Sunday in Tampa, Bears fans are more adament than ever that the team should turn to rookie Mitch Trubisky as its new starting quarterback. There are good arguments to be made as for why Trubisky should get the keys to the car right now, as well as for why it would be prudent to wait a while. Let's take a look at those arguments. Five reasons Mitch Trubisky should start right now ... 1. He gives the Bears a better chance to win If you’re going to have a quarterback who may be prone to turning the ball over, why not go with the one who’s shown he can make more plays? That’s probably the biggest point in Trubisky’s favor