Dungy says his Bucs are Super Bowl material
Updated: December 18, 2001, 8:12 AM ETBy by Darrell Trimble
Coachspeak, by definition, is language that coaches use to motivate their teams, sidestep the media or just to babble in the midst of microphones (see Bill Belichick). We were treated to some of that lingo Monday when Tampa Bay coach Tony Dungy said that his team has a legitimate shot at the Super Bowl. Speaking of definitions, perhaps he should flip through Webster's to get the proper definition of legitimate. Dungy's proof of this is the fact that one of the Bucs' seven wins came against the best team in football, the St. Louis Rams. And while that win was impressive, their six defeats have been equally, if not more, unimpressive. None more so than Sunday's 27-3 blowout loss to the Bears.
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