After playing in one of his most important games in years, Mike Alstott will discuss all the action with Buc fans Monday night on the Pewter Power Hour
Are you a Monday morning quarterback?
Hey, don't deny it. We all are, from time to time, right?
Each NFL Sunday is an event; each Monday is the aftermath. Whether your team won or lost, Monday is the day to relive every big play and rehash every crucial decision.
This Monday, Buccaneers.com wants to get in on your Monday dish about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' big win over Green Bay, and it's on our nickel.
Oh, we've also got a guy that's going to join in the conversation if you don't mind. Perhaps you've heard of him.
Name's Mike Alstott.
On Sunday, scored the game-winning touchdown on the second-longest scoring run of his illustrious career. With Warrick Dunn out due to a foot injury, Alstott took over the rushing load and revived images of 1999, when he helped power the team into the playoffs with 949 rushing yards.
Alstott ran 15 times against the Packers, every one of them crucial in a game that went down to the final seconds.
Tonight, you can discuss that effort with Mike Alstott himself, live and direct, on the Pewter Power Hour.
Repeat: It's free, it's live, you ask, Alstott answers. No middle man.
That's tonight's Pewter Power Hour in a nutshell.
In case you've been living in a shell, here's a brief rundown of the Pewter Power Hour. Every Monday night, Buccaneers.com hosts a call-in show with live audio streaming on the site. Not only can Buc fans across the nation listen in on a recap of the previous day's action and a look ahead at the game to come, they can call in, toll free, and join in the show. Every week, the show's host is joined by a prominent figure from One Buccaneer Place...so far, Head Coach Tony Dungy, DT Warren Sapp, S John Lynch, CB Ronde Barber and K Martin Gramatica have all been guests.
And now, 24 hours after one of the most important plays of his Buccaneer career, Mike Alstott will sit down for an appearance on the PPH.
To join in the conversation and talk directly with Alstott, all you need to do is call the following number on Monday evening, beginning at 7:45 p.m. EDT:
So get your cheering in on Sunday and get your questions ready for Monday night. Mike Alstott will be standing by for your call.