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Scott Reynolds is in his 22nd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: sr@pewterreport.com

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  1. 1

    cbrady2k

    The season would have been a lot more fun if the Bucs had drafted Johnny… remember people, football is about entertainment… are you entertained?

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    Horse

    Please don’t call to replace him with McCown. So now it’s Glennon fault PR? How about Special Teams? How about the Penalties? I think that had a lot to do with the out come of this game.

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      cbrady2k

      McCown stinks too, but that doesn’t make Glennon any good. If you want to know why it would be Glenn’s fault you should have watched the game, it was self explanatory.

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    macabee

    I’m not mad at Glennon, he is what he is! As a matter of fact, I’m stoked about the possibilities as we enter next years draft. There should be no doubt about the corrective actions to be taken.

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    matador

    Not to sound like a broken record but unless/until we fix the OL this franchise is going nowhere. Our WRs can’t separate, unless you count jumping two and a half feet into the air separation. Wheter that’s their limitation or they need more time, I cant tell. But no matter who the QB is, he needs time to throw. we need to establish the core of the line or we’ll never get over the hump. If Lovie puts a Freeman, excuse me, McCown back in, that will only confirm how clueless he is. Sigh

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    pinkstob

    It’s not much different than last week, Glennon are who I thought he were. Glennon had better protection this week than last week and still only threw for 51.5 percent. Glennon stepped up in the pocket more often, but still didn’t when it counted most. The OT’s push the outside pass rushers around to the back and Glennon so often has dropped back to that spot and waits for someone to get open instead of stepping up from that drop back point while continuing to look downfield like most of the other starting NFL QB’s do. Glennon is making a bad O-line look worse. I don’t care who starts at QB this year because one isn’t better overall than the other. So long as we find a way to draft Mariota in next year’s draft it doesn’t matter who plays this year. Unfortunately Oakland is still worse than us and Carr is not looking like a good QB thus far (glad we didn’t draft him) so right now it looks like Oakland will take Mariota 1st overall. Come on Oakland, win some games!

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    EastEndBoy

    “We’re not a good football team. I thnk that’s fairly obvious”….if it didn’t hurt so much I would laugh…..

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    owlykat

    The OL is looking better because our Tennessee TE is blocking from the FB position for the RB and he protected Glennon on passes too. Rainey is much better than Martin but he needs to get relieved by Sims to stay fresh the way the Gators whipped Georgia. I did not need to watch Glennon play this year to learn that he chokes under pressure. I have been saying he is a loser even before the Preseason and if Lovie knew anything about Offense we wouldn’t have even started Glennon this week if at all this season. Josh is no Franchise QB but he doesn’t run out of bounds like a girlyman the way skittish Glennon always does. No Josh scores touchdowns with his feet. He needs to start the rest of our games! Next year draft a franchise QB or hire Tebo who is a proven winner in the NFL anytime he has been made an NFL starter. Good analysis PR!

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    warren

    With a halfway decent QB, Mike Evans would have had four TDs in this game. VJax continues to drop passes in critical situations. The O-line is showing some improvement now that the season is more than half over. We MUST draft the best QB available in the draft, which should be one of the top college QBs since we’ll be picking in the top five or so…Mariota I’m hoping.

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    scubog

    I thought the offensive line played much better for both the run and the pass. We even had a Kevin Panphile sighting. What I don’t understand is why Glennon is given poor O-line play as an excuse but McCown is offered no such concession. We’re all hopeful that #8 can become the elite QB we want for this team….but after 1-1/2 seasons of watching him make few mistakes but also make few plays, I think we all know what we have there. For now, I’d like to experience a few wins this last half of the season. If that means giving Glennon a baseball hat and a clipboard and going back to the original plan at QB, then let’s start this week. I know this, with McCown or Owlykat’s Tebo under center, we can’t be any worse than the 32nd offensive ranking in the league we are now.

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    surferdudes

    Scubog Glennon used to only make a few mistakes, lately he’s making them every game! I hear you’d like a few wins this season but i got to tell you yesterday I was glad we fell short. I’m tired of picking 3rd to 7, I want the first pick in the draft. I want the Bucs to be talked about for something, I want some attention. Will they take, Mariota, will it be Florida’s own Winston? I feel like the ugliest girl at the dance, and no one will talk to me. Ahh but with the first over all pick we’ll be the subject of much speculation. I need some attention. We need to be number one at something, hopefully we will in April. Please spare me the you’re not a real fan if you want you’re team to lose. I want them to win the one thing they actually have a chance to win, that would be the first pick in the 2015 draft.

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    JackinJersey

    Boy, you really have to give it to Lovie. He sells himself into the HC position, picks the coaching staff, picks the players, hell he probably even picked the GM, but every time something goes wrong, it’s somebody else fault. And another thing, is it too much to ask for our 2nd round TE to get in shape. He looks like a fat load running routes.

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    gg720

    Lovie needs to look at his offensive and defensive coaches first. Offensive coach and Glennon don’t know how to call a game if there lives depended on it. 2nd and 3rd and 1 to go and you don’t run the ball? Is Glennon smart enough to change a play at the line of scrimmage when we are at the 10 yd line and 4 men in the box and we pass instead of changing to a draw play with Rainey. Play selection and creativity is atrocious and Glennon missed guys open all day and threw behind them many times instead of leading them for more yardage. I’ve seen enough of him to know he isn’t the quarterback of the team in the future.

    Lovie,

    You are the only team in the league that doesn’t blitz hardly at all and wonder why your backs are getting torched all game long. If Verner was the highest rated corner in free agency, then we should have not signed him as he is mediocre. But still would like to see his play with not giving the other quarterback all day to throw. Playing Cousins at left tackle was even a dumber move instead of moving Dotmar over there.
    Coaches of defense and offense and special teams all need to get their walking papers and get some coaches in here who know what professional team is suppose to look like and play like. You guys have set this team back 5 years and you have players to do better than what you have done so far this year. Lovie, go back to the basement and figure out how to coach.
    Jenkins could be the in the best shape of any player on the team and it wouldn’t matter because the Bucs don’t know how to use a good tight end in their offense anyway.

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