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October 10, 2010 @ 1:13 pm
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3-1 Bucs Currently In Second Place In NFC South

Written by Scott
Reynolds
Scott Reynolds

Scott
Reynolds

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With Sunday's come-from-behind, 24-21 victory at Cincinnati, the Buccaneers are 3-1 and currently in second place in the NFC South division. Atlanta, which has a 4-1 record and a 1-0 mark in the division, is atop the NFC South followed by Tampa Bay.

New Orleans, which is 3-2 and lost 30-20 at Arizona on Sunday, is in third place in the division. The Saints have now lost two of their last three games and will travel to Raymond James Stadium to take on the Buccaneers next Sunday. New Orleans is 1-1 in the NFC South.

The Carolina Panthers, which were defeated at home by the Chicago Bears, 23-6, on Sunday, are winless. The Panthers and Buffalo Bills are the only 0-5 teams in the NFL. Carolina is 0-2 in the NFC South.
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    I like our chances but I have tempered enthusiasm because of the lack of run stop and run. No pass rush is also a problem!
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    PR: San Francisco is 0-5 also after the Sunday night game. Perhaps you should have said that BUF, CAR, and SF are the only winless teams in the NFL.
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    They better get to work fast. The Oline can't block to establish a run game and the Dline can't stop the run. This will be a hard game to win if we go mainly with the pass.
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    Arizona is a good team. The Saints are a good team and we will need to get better OL blocking for our RB's and we have to get a DL pass rush on them or they will dink pass us to death. Go Bucs! Play Harder!
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    Hallelujah! Now if we can just get some more of the local residents of the Tampa area to show up to the game against the Saints next week...
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    Boy I like our chances all of a sudden. Saints look like they are slipping.
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    Definitely. Saints offense is underachieving like the Bengals offense and they don't worry me one bit against our defense. And does anyone see their D shutting down our O? This game has Bucs victory written all over it.
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