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December 2, 2010 @ 3:16 pm
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Pewter Report Radio Podcast 12-1

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Scott Reynolds


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Did you miss the Pewter Report Radio broadcast from Wednesday on 1010 AM CBS Sports Radio? Hosts JP Peterson and Scott Reynolds talked about Tampa Bay's close loss at Baltomore and previewed the Bucs vs. Falcons throwback game at Raymond James Stadium.

The hot topic on Wednesday was the release of Tampa Bay safety Sabby Piscitelli and who would start at free safety, along with the Buccaneers' close, 17-10 loss at Baltimore, which puts them at 7-4 on the year. Pewter Report Radio hosts JP Peterson and Scott Reynolds recapped Sunday's defeat, discussed the latest roster moves at One Buc Place, the improved play of Gerald McCoy, Roy Miller and the defensive line, the match-up problems the Bucs will face against Matt Ryan and the Falcons and more.

Check out this installment of Pewter Report Radio, which is heard every Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. If you missed the show from December 1, now is your chance to hear the latest Bucs discussion and all of the latest analysis and insight as Tampa Bay prepares to travel to host the best team in the NFC, Atlanta, for a chance to go 8-4.

Click below to listen to this week's podcast.

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    I won't be listening to this show any more. JP Peterson cannot hold back his bias and be objective. Like many reporters in this town, he has his own agendas. Thanks, Scott, for trying to keep him straight.
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    Scott, thanks for keeping the Talib incident factual. It appears that "JP" has his own interpretation of the incident. Stating that Talib was restrained, appeared to be an exaggeration from your version of the story. You failed to mention that the referee walk towards Talib, and used profane language during the dispute. If you were not there state the facts, as you know. I also lso concur, that Raheem's willingness to explain his disagreement with the call assisted with the "Phantom" call that negated a Raven's TD. He has a definite man crush on Sabby, which appears to distort his judgement of coach Morris. To assume that coach Morris called a bad defensive play because he was still upset with a call, is ludacris. Stick to fair, accurate and balanced reporting. Sabby is an overated semi talented DB, period! The Bucs are 7-4 and playing a meaningful game in December. What was your prediction and expectations for the Buc in 2010? I thought so!
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    Here we go with the ticket prices again. Reynolds is right. The Glazers could be a little more flexible with ticket sales. Here is what it looks like to me. The owners do not want fans at the stadium. They want to poor mouth so they can negotiate the CBA next year and lower players demands. America's financial crisis is happening right when the CBA is up. Owners can't lose this opportunity to do a long term lucrative contract. Otherwise, I can't believe the owners are not doing more to move their product. Lower the ticket prices to $20 first come, first served with the best available seat locations, a few hours before the game. They can't get that money back if they don't sell. You will sell more in concessions. Come up with a way to sell the blacked out games to the public. $10/game televised individual through ppv, $500/game for a business (sports bar) or some other scheme. The fact is there are some fans who do not want to spend their entire day in Tampa on their day off. The stadium experience is wonderful and you see things there that you would never see otherwise but not everyone of the NFL fans are willing to do this for any number of reasons. Football is the ultimate TV sport. Football is dominant is America because of TV. It is your strength. Use it. The object of business is to sell your product. If the product doesn't sell, then you attempt to modify your marketing strategy. If you don't then you are either 1) Delusional, stupid and believe your marketing strategy is working. 3) Have other objectives in mind that will increase revenue in the not so distant future. (CBA)
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