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October 30, 2013 @ 6:54 am
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Tru Beautè Med Spa's Bucs MVP: TE Tim Wright

Written by Scott
Reynolds
Scott Reynolds

Scott
Reynolds

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Buccaneers rookie tight end Tim Wright continued to be a bright spot for Tampa Bay's struggling offense, catching four passes for 48 yards and the team's only TD of the night against Carolina. The TD was Wright's first in the NFL and he becomes the Tru Beautè Med Spa Buccaneers MVP in Week 8. The Tru Beautè Med Spa Buccaneers MVP is selected each week by the PewterReport.com staff.
Tru Beaute` Med Spa sponsors the Buccaneers game MVP, as selected by the PewterReport.com staff.

In Tampa Bay’s 31-13 loss to Carolina, the Tru Beaute` Med Spa Bucs MVP is tight end Tim Wright. The rookie hauled in five passes for 48 yards and a touchdown, which was the first of his fledgling NFL career. Wright’s score was the only TD of the game for Tampa Bay.

With the Bucs struggling at the tight end position, Wright has proven to be a go-to guy for fellow rookie Mike Glennon this year. The Rutgers product has caught 20 passes for 201 yards (10.0 avg.) and one touchdown this year, with all of those receptions coming after Week 3 when he entered the starting lineup.

With injuries to starters Luke Stocker and Tom Crabtree, Wright has stepped up and filled a void at the tight end spot, while learning a new position during the offseason. Wright was a wide receiver for the Scarlet Knights where he caught 50 passes for 596 yards and four touchdowns.

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

WEEK 8 BUCCANEERS MVP: TE TIM WRIGHT – 4 rec. 48 yards, 1 TD
WEEK 7 BUCCANEERS MVP: LB LAVONTE DAVID – 10 tackles, 3 tkls for loss, PBU
WEEK 6 BUCCANEERS MVP: WR VINCENT JACKSON – 9 rec. 114 yards, 2 TDs
WEEK 4 BUCCANEERS MVP: DT GERALD McCOY – 1 tackle, 1 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FR
WEEK 3 BUCCANEERS MVP: SS MARK BARRON – 11 tackles, 1 INT, 1 PBU
WEEK 2 BUCCANEERS MVP: MLB MASON FOSTER – 8 tackles, 1 INT TD
WEEK 1 BUCCANEERS MVP: WR VINCENT JACKSON – 7 rec. 154 yards


Tru Beaute` Med Spa sponsors PewterReport.com’s Buccaneers MVP each week, and is located at 6328 Gunn Highway in Tampa. Tru Beaute` 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.

For more information visit Tru Beaute` Med Spa online at http://trubeautemedspa.com or call to schedule an appointment today at (813) 960-1800

Last modified on Tuesday, 19 November 2013 17:16
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    Congrats to Wright for finally breaking his jinx on catching touchdowns after two separate drops in the end zone in past games. We needed another big body tall receiver for the red zone besides Jackson who has been triple covered. Now if Shiano gets a brain transplant and gets smart enough to start his kick off returner, Page, as his other wide receiver, who can out run coverage and scare defenses from putting eight or nine in the box to stop the run, we might, with OL changes I have often recommended in PR, we possibly could have a balanced offense and allow Glennon a chance to be effective. However, we would still have Sheridan playing his crazy zone 75 per cent of the game, wasting Revis' talent, and giving up a lot more points than before the break, so we are still going to get whipped by the Seahawks at home in their noisy stadium! The only chance is to fire Shiano and Sheridan, and get experienced NFL coaches at HC and DC, and they start Orlovsky.
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    Anyone on the team who scores a TD should be, by default, the team's weekly MVP. With our average of scoring one TD per week, this should make PR's decision pretty simple.
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    I completely agree with macabee here. I keep hearing all this talk about where is the Bucs' #3 WO and they have him; he's just busy playing TE. Another example of the Bucs' using the talent they have in the wrong way.
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    Tim wright has the potential to be a contributor as a pass catcher. But he is not a true TE and my opinion, should not be forced to gain weight to become a more effective blocker. Tim wright is a big WR and should be positioned to be another Keyshawn Johnson - the guy that's not afraid to go across the middle and get that 3rd down yardage.
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