Buccaneers fans react to another unfortunate turn on Monday Night Football

The Buccaneers blasted the Dolphins early on Monday night, jumping to a 15-0 lead in a game that looked like it could become a runaway. But the Bucs are the Bucs, a band of Schiano men who are winless for a reason.

And it all quickly came unraveled in the second half, resulting in another montage of pained and incredulous fans. This gentlemen best sums up how things turned:

Whether it’s Breaking Bad MRSA suits, or reactions of disbelief, these Bucs primetime games do have a way of delivering entertainment in an unintended way.

That’s two credible games in a row for Christian Ponder, albeit against two of the league’s most flammable secondaries. Despite a late-game shoulder injury, it sounds like Ponder will be back to try to build on that success in Week 11. And build he must, because not even Adrian Peterson can mash hard enough to make up for the Vikes’ M*A*S*H unit of a secondary.

If you like watching defensive ends rush the passer, then the Rams win over the Colts had to have had you hyped. Re-watching the game, I had to stop myself from yelling out the Rick Flair WOOOOOOOO when I saw Robert Quinn from the Rams and Robert Mathis from the Colts putting on a show and leaving offensive tackles in the dust.

Both guys came home with two sacks, so Mathis keeps his 1.5 lead in sacks over Quinn with 13.5 sacks on the year. Quinn, however, got the sack and caused a fumble that was returned for the touchdown that started Real Madrid Cheap Jerseys the Rams’ rout of the Colts in Indy.

The little guy from West Virginia with lots of cousins he’d never Cheap Basketball Jerseys UK heard of until April was supposed to be the new face of offensive weapons. But it’s not his fault the St. Louis Rams traded up to draft him with the eighth pick.

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