By Roxanne Wilder

Every Monday morning at 8 am, Kirk and Kage recap Sunday’s Bucs games on the Monday Morning Quarterback, as they invite a member of the local media and a former Bucs player to share their takes on what happened. This week, our own Jeff “Pants” Pantridge and former Bucs defensive end Steve White joined the show to take a look back at the Bucs’ 21-13 loss to the Chicago Bears.

Pants came out firing, saying that this team has sucked the life out of its fans and that it’s a chore to even watch them every Sunday. Steve White chimed in and said the Bucs will be held back by their offensive line until they can try and fix it in the offseason. Steve suggested the Bucs should put rookie Kevin Pamphile in at left tackle since Anthony Collins isn’t getting the job done, and even stated that of the five starters up front, the only one that’s safe is Demar Dotson.

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As for the Bucs’ defense, Steve said that they’re starting to get Lovie Smith’s Cover 2, but it’s too late to make a difference for this season. Pants then brought up the fact that the defense has made splash plays, but they’re still not making those plays at the end of games when it matters the most.
Take a listen as the Monday Morning QB discusses these points and more!

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