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Thomas Gemkow

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What the experts are saying

bucsbanter.com - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have done it again. Another successful draft in the books. The main goal for the team entering the 2011 NFL draft was to upgrade the pass rush...something they took care of with their first and second ...

Mike Williams named 83rd best in 2011

bucsbanter.com - When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted wide receiver Mike Williams in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft, no one expected him to produce the way he did. Not the way he did. Not this soon. Williams was outstanding ...

That Josh Freeman, he’s got poise

bucsbanter.com - I had never heard of Josh Freeman. I was rooted in believing the Bucs should have made a move to slide up and pick nab running back Knowshon Moreno or wide out Michael Crabtree. The team needed some explosive weapons ...


Five ways the Bucs can upgrade with the 2011 draft

bucsbanter.com - With the 2011 NFL Draft less than 24 hours away, I think it is only right that BucsBanter.com gets in on the whole mock draft wish list thing. Now, I don’t have the time to map out all 7 rounds of ...

Here’s Hoping History Doesn’t Repeat

www.bucsbanter.com - In the months leading up to the draft every single expert chimes in with what they KNOW a team should do with their draft picks. When it comes to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the most consistent theme that all the draft ...

4 Reasons I love the Cleveland Browns

www.thomasgemkow.com - In an NFL season that has been anything but normal, I fell in love with an unlikely partner. The Cleveland Browns, a storied franchise that has contributed tons of historic moments to the history of the NFL, is what I ...


Rewarding Mediocrity:The Rise of the Seattle Seahawks

www.thomasgemkow.com - All the Seahawks had to do was finish with a better record than the upstart St. Louis Rams (who in my eyes were one of this seasons great stories), the San Fransisco 49ers, whose head coach Mike Singletary is bat ...