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Pewter Report Midseason Awards Digital Magazine Now Available

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The Pewter Report Midseason Awards Issue is now available on PewterReport.com. Click here to read what articles and columns are found in this month's digital issue.

Pewter Report chronicles Tampa Bay’s hot, 5-3 start to the first half of the Buccaneers’ 2010 campaign in its Midseason Awards Issue. The Pewter Report Midseason Awards Issue is exclusively available on PewterReport.com. Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscribers can access the digital issue by clicking here.

Here’s what Bucs fans and Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscribers can look forward to reading in the 2010 Midseason Awards Issue:

Is Gerald McCoy A Bust? – Scott Reynolds asks D-line coach Todd Wash some pointed questions about whether Gerald McCoy, who is sackless, is a bust.

The Foundation For An Offensive Juggernaut – Charlie Campbell details how the Bucs have a trio of playmakers that can take the offense to new limits.

The Future Is Anything But Grimm For Cody – Wolf Heard chronicles the rise up the depth chart of rookie safety Cody Grimm.

• Point-Counterpoint – Which unit on the team needs to improve the most? That’s what Campbell and Reynolds debate each month.

Bucs Have A Great Chance To Finish 2010 As Winners – Former Tampa Bay defensive tackle Brad Culpepper explains why the Bucs can go 4-4 to finish 9-7.

The Underdogs Give Bucs Plenty Of Bite – In this special report, Reynolds documents the fact that Tampa Bay has a combined 27 scrappy, undrafted free agents and late-round picks helping the team win.

Pewter Report 2010 Midseason Awards – Reynolds chronicles the MVPs, the most disappointing Bucs and the most improved players at the midway point of 2010.

Pewter Report 2010 Midseason Grades – Heard evaluates the 5-3 Buccaneers at the halfway point in the season and grades each unit.

• Pewter Report Conversation – Reynolds sits down with rookie wide receiver Mike Williams to discuss his quest for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

• In The Lab – Reynolds profiles talented cornerback Myron Lewis, a third-round pick who has been slowed due to injury.

• Pewter Prospect – Campbell provides the scouting analysis for Mississippi State OT Derek Sherrod.

• Pewter Prospect – Reynolds provides a scouting report for Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan.

Bucs Are A Team Worth Rooting For – Reynolds discusses why Buccaneers fans need to start showing up at Raymond James Stadium in November and December.

If you are not a Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscriber you can click here to subscribe or call 1-800-881-BUCS(2827). The cost for a one-year subscription, which includes 10 monthly digital magazines (no issues in June & August) as well as over 200 premium Pewter Insider articles, is just $10 per year.

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