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December 3, 2010 @ 2:00 am
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Freeman, Lynch Must Step Up vs. Falcons

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Scott Reynolds


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QB Josh Freeman and FS Corey Lynch need to have good games against Atlanta for Tampa Bay to prevail. They both shined in last year's throwback game. Can they rise to the occasion this week versus the Falcons?

The 7-3 Buccaneers will face the 9-2 Falcons this week at Raymond James Stadium in a huge NFC South contest that will have playoff implications for both teams. Two players that must stand and deliver for the Bucs in order for them to prevail are quarterback Josh Freeman and Corey Lynch, who will be getting his first career start at free safety on Sunday. Ironically, both players played well for Tampa Bay last year in the throwback game. This Sunday, Tampa Bay will once again be donning the old orange and white uniforms.

Read about Freeman and Lynch in Scott Reynolds' story for FoxSportsFlorida.com by clicking here.

Last modified on Friday, 03 December 2010 14:04

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    Okay so Freeman didn't have a great game last week. Isn't that what happens when the defense outshines the offense? Freeman will do fine as long as these young receivers step up and catch the ball. Can't wait for the game...
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    Scott, It's not just Freeman that has to step up, but more like the O-Linethat has to give him more time to throw. Why would you say Lynch has to step up? He's hardly played. How about saying that the D-Line has to make things happen by putting a lot of pressure on Ryan and not let Gonzalles be one of his options for a dink pass. Go Bucs! One win at a time!
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    I don't like it, but aren't we 7-4?
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