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September 10, 2013 @ 8:10 am
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Tru Beauté Med Spa's Buccaneers MVP: WR Vincent Jackson

Written by Scott
Reynolds
Scott Reynolds

Scott
Reynolds

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Tampa Bay WR Vincent Jackson began the 2013 season with seven catches for 154 yards against the New York Jets and is the Tru Beautè Med Spa Buccaneers MVP in Week 1. The Tru Beautè Med Spa Buccaneers MVP is selected each week by the PewterReport.com staff.
Tru Beautè Med Spa sponsors the weekly Buccaneers Most Valuable Player from the most recent game, as selected by the PewterReport.com staff.

In Tampa Bay’s 18-17 season-opening loss to the New York Jets, the Tru Beaute` Med Spa Buccaneers MVP is wide receiver Vincent Jackson, who led all receivers with seven catches for 154 yards. Sunday’s effort against the Jets marked his 20th career 100-yard receiving game and his sixth as a Buccaneer.

The 2012 Pro Bowl receiver averaged 22 yards per catch on Sunday after averaging 19.2 yards while catching a career-high 72 passes for 1,384 yards and eight touchdowns last year. Jackson’s seven receptions ties for the most catches he’s made in Tampa Bay, which he has accomplished two other times, and his 154 yards marks his second-highest receiving total since becoming a Buccaneer last year. He caught seven passes for a franchise-record 216 yards against New Orleans in Week 7 last year.

Jackson had catches of 20, 37 and 39 yards against New York, and his 37-yard catch on third-and-10 in the fourth quarter set Tampa Bay up for a possible game-winning 37-yard field goal by Rian Lindell. That put the Bucs ahead of the Jets, 17-15, with 34 seconds left in regulation before New York’s stunning comeback that saw Nick Folk nail a 48-yard field goal with four seconds left.

For his efforts, Jackson will receive a certificate for a complimentary one-hour massage at Tru Beaute` Med Spa in Tampa.

WEEK 1 BUCCANEERS MVP – WR Vincent Jackson

Tru Beautè Med Spa sponsors PewterReport.com’s Buccaneers MVP each week, and is located at 6328 Gunn Highway in Tampa. Tru Beautè Med Spa offers a wide array of services, including various forms of massage therapy, skin facials, wraps, scubs, microdermabrasions, waxing and botox.

Gift certificates and skincare packages are available, and make great gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays, such as Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day.

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    I was so embarrassed of the performance last Sunday that I had to sell my tickets to the Monday night game against Miami. Can't remember the last time I saw a worst start to a game. All I kept thinking is this isn't happening. Ive been a fan since 89' and always will be. It took me three days to even listen to any football news dealing with Tampa. Seems to be any countability either. After three days I haven't heard of any player saying it's their fault. Freeman..... Five years in the league, second year in the same system and your out shined by a 2nd round pick rookie..... Unbelievable!!!!!!!!!! NO CONTRACT FOR YOU!
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    Owlykat: I can't believe you still haven't learned how to spell your favorite QB's name yet. It's TEBOW. As with the Bucs this week, you're missing the "W". Since we're correcting things here. There is no "Overstreet" on the roster. I presume you mean WR Ogletree. And to go a step further to enlighten you. There is no way Glennon gets put on the Practice Squad. By doing so he could be snatched by any other team if placed on their active roster.
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    Vjax. What a waste of talent on this squad - wonder if he regrets his decision to sign here when he could do a lot of damage elsewhere w/ a better QB. Can you imagine Peyton throwing the ball to him - or any of the top QBs in the league?
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    Morgan - Do you ever say anything positive? I get tired of the bang-wagoners!
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    We have a good slot receiver that we need to hit the Saints with--Page! We will be trying out our track star returning kicks. The Bucs should make room for him by cutting Overstreet. Vincent deserves all the accolades from us and he deserved being voted a Captain of the Offense. All the stars who finally got decent reps against the Jets will play better this week against the Saints, and if Carimi is benched except for red zone runs and short yardage ( he is Ok on running plays but has a long way to go to learn NFL pass blocking) then expect our line to be better too. Jon Gruden's teams always made a lot of improvement after losing his openers. However, I predict this Schiano team to come up short again. Schiano can continue to be an effective college coach, just like Spurrier, and other NFL busts--look at Alabama's coach, he just can't cut it in the NFL, no matter how many assistant coaches the Glazers bought for him. It is not DOM's fault and the Glazers need to keep him and tell him to make choices using his intelligence and ignore orders Schiano gives him, and, oh yes, put Glennon on the Practice Squad and grab the veteran QB that can still take us to the playoffs after Free blows four games in a row overthrowing or bouncing passes to our WRs. We need that veteran QB now before he signs a contract with an LA indoor football team who is trying to sign Tebo right now! Tebo will also sell a lot of tickets and give our Bucs the leadership and spark they need to win seven straight just like he proved he could do in Denver. He won't go down like rag doll Free when touched either and can hit the long ball accurately so we can keep our present offense. Just add the 49er option play.
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    Feed shiano to the pompano and then watch our opponents fall like dominoes.
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    Good choice. VJax is awesome and I'm glad he's on our team. If he really had some speed...at least enough to outrun linebackers...he'd be the best in the league.
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    Vjax is going to get a lot of balls thrown his way, other than Willaims there is not another option. Slot sucks TE sucks.
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    Scott, I feel your pain. VJax or the punter are the only choices you could have made. There were some guys on D who looked good, but nothing exceptional.
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    I guess this was by default Scott - but good choice.
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