Game Plans: Bucs-Eagles
Ron Jaworski and Sean Salisbury go inside the game plans for the Bucs and Eagles.
Updated: September 5, 2003, 10:35 AM ETBy Ron Jaworski and Sean Salisbury | ESPN Insider
This is becoming an old script for the Buccaneers. Despite knocking off the Eagles in Philadelphia last January to earn a trip to its first Super Bowl, Tampa Bay is travelling north again -- this time to play Philly in the season opener on Monday in its new stadium. Ouch. For both teams, the objectives are the same. Philadelphia must find a way to contain the Bucs disruptive defense. Tampa Bay has to limit the big-play potential of quarterback Donovan McNabb.
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Ron Jaworski is one of the most popular and knowledgeable analysts covering the NFL today. Since joining ESPN in 1990, the former standout NFL quarterback has covered the league from virtually every angle -- sideline reporter, game-site reporter, host and both studio and game analyst. From 2007-11, Jaworski occupied one of the most coveted positions in sports as a Monday Night Football analyst.
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