Tampa Bay Buccaneers Suffer Heartbreak in Atlanta

Posted: 29th November 2009 by Tom Edrington in NFL
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For 59 minutes and 37 seconds, Raheem Morris coordinated and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers put forth one great defensive effort in Atlanta. It was that 23 second mark that sent it all down the drain. With just 23 seconds to play Sunday in the Falcon-Dome, backup quarterback Chris Redman fired one laser of a pass to Roddy White and the Buccaneers had their hearts broken. Heartbreaking was the 20-17 final tally that spelled the 10th loss of the season for Tampa Bay. It was heartbreaking because Morris showed why he should have been the defensive coordinator for this team, and perhaps not its head coach. The return to the old "Tampa Two" was a breath of fresh air for this trampled defense. The Jim Bates nightmare was gone. There were no long bombs by Atlanta, there were no long runs, in fact, not ...

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