|Bowers working on mental aspect of game||Tweet|
|by TigerNet Staff - Wednesday, September 19, 2012 8:53 AM||
Pos: DE Height: 6-4 Weight: 277 Hometown: Bamberg, SC (Bamberg-Ehrhardt HS) Years Played: 2008 - 2010
DaQuan BowersDaQuan Bowers
Sr. Defensive End
#93 6-4, 277
View Full Profile hopes to return to the Bucs from his injury by sometime in October. He has taken this time to really study his approach and more game film.
“Being that it’s a possibility for me to play this year – it hits home with me,” Bowers said. “A lot of people said that when the injury happened that I was definitely done for the year. It was not a good situation that it happened, but it couldn’t have happened at a better time. It gave me enough time to rehab and get on the right path to make a comeback this year. If it had happened in training camp, I would have been lost for the whole year.
“It taught me a valuable lesson. I think I have become more studious of the game by watching more game film and watching practice. It’s helped the mental aspect of my game because I’m not able to do a lot. Being in meetings and taking a whole other shot at the playbook has been beneficial to me. Basically, I go to meetings with the team, watch practice and I try to help the players make corrections. I watch A.C. (Adrian Clayborn), I watch Gerald [McCoy], I watch everybody in practice and try to help them with the little things. I break down film with the coaches and do whatever I can help the D-line when it comes to game day.”
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