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September 1, 2011 @ 2:30 pm
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Buccaneers and Redskins Preview

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The Buccaneers travel to Landover, Maryland to face the Washington Redskins in the final preseason game of 2011.

Matchup: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Redskins

When: Thursday September 1, 7:30 p.m. kickoff from FedEx Field

TV:  WTSP Channel 10, pregame begins at 7 p.m.

TV Announcers: Chris Myers, John Lynch, Dave Wirth

Radio: 103.5 FM Flagship station, (103.5 FM, 620 AM)

Radio Announcers: Gene Deckerhoff, Dave Moore

Last Season: The Washington Redskins finished the 2010 season with a 6-10 record. The Buccaneers ended 2010 with a 10-6 record, finishing third in the NFC South.

The Last Time These Teams Met: The two teams last met in December of 2010 during the regular season with the Buccaneers prevailing 17-16.

Redskins-Buccaneers Preseason Series: The Buccaneers and Redskins have faced off 10 times in the preseason with the two teams each winning five times. The last preseason meeting was in 2002 when Washington defeated Tampa Bay 40-10.

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    I hope the reserves put up a good show, Maybe a rb will come thru! I love the finALE PRE-SEASON game because some of these players that may not make the bucs 53, someone else will pick a couple up, and some of them will go to another job, and we will not see those young players again. I'd wish the best of them. They are all living dreams, when I was young my future was a lot of unknowns. I wasn't a great player, I found out that my vision was to work with young people in sports and teaching them to put everything out of there way and focus on what you want to do. The problem with the NFL. A lot of these players that come into the league don't have any ideal of how to handle the money and the world sistutations and pressure and what they want to do. Its a dog eat dog world. But I had a great run in my life as a menitor. I know that some of these players that Tampa drafted each has their own story. I do appreciate the writers that bring these stories alive each week throughout the year. GO BUCS
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    I. too, come up with about 45 players who don't have much more to prove as far as making the team. But I would like to see all of the rookies play, even if they are starters. It can't help to get them more experience.
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    Yes it will be fun to see the 35 players on the bubble (I think there really are about 45 that are a lock to make the team already). I would imagine that some 2nd stringers may play to an extent, but the ones that are a lock to make the team, probably not very much. It is sort of odd that I feel so many are already locked in....what happened to the competition for positions...probably the lack of OTA's etc. just made it that kind of a year...go with who you know because there is really not enough time to evaluate they young guys and see a real competition.
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    I am excited about this game because so many players on the edge will get an opportunity to show why they should be on this team. Go Guys! Do your best!
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