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Bucs Drop The Ball, Lose To Eagles, 33-14
UPDATED: The Bucs fell to 0-5 on the season by losing in Philadelphia, 33-14. QB Josh Johnson was plagued by dropped passes and 3 INTs, but threw two TDs for Tampa Bay. Bucs TE Kellen Winslow had nine catches for 102 yards and two TDs. Eagles QB Donovan McNabb tossed three TDs, including two to rookie WR Jeremy Maclin.
   
Bucs-Eagles Post-Game Quotes
What did Bucs head coach Raheem Morris and his players have to say about their 33-14 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. The head coach and his players talk about the loss in this article.
  
Game Grades: Offense
How did QB Josh Johnson grade out in his second NFL start? With a ton of dropped passes did the wide receivers get a passing grade? Find out in the offensive game grades.
  
Game Grades: Defense
The Bucs suffered their fifth straight loss of the 2009 regular season, losing to the Eagles in Philadelphia on Sunday, 33-14. Which defensive players stood out in Sunday's contest? Which ones didn't? PewterReport.com dishes out grades to the Bucs defense, special teams and coaching staff in this article.
  
Pewter Report Roundtable
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost on the road to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, 33-14. Who gets the praise and who gets the criticism in this week's Pewter Report Roundtable? What did the Pewter Report editorial staff think of the Buccaneers' fifth loss of the season? They sound off in this article.
  
Enemy Profile: Panthers
Pewter Report has scouted Tampa Bay's sixth opponent of the 2009 regular season - the Carolina Panthers. How do the Bucs match up against the Panthers at each position? Get answers to this question, a prediction and much more info regarding the Bucs-Panthers matchup in this Pewter Insider article.
   
Pewter Report Staff Picks: Week 6
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the Carolina Panthers in Week 6 of the 2009 regular season. Which Pewter Reporters picked the Bucs to defeat the Panthers at home? Get their picks for each of this week's games in this article.
   
Bucs-Panthers Preview
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will clash with the Carolina Panthers in Week 6 of the 2009 regular season. What happened the last time these two teams met? How did the Panthers fare last week? Pewter Report has a preview of Sunday's Bucs-Panthers game.
   
Clayton Focal Point of Missed Opportunities
Buccaneers WR Michael Clayton is the focal point for the missed opportunities that Bucs head coach Raheem Morris talked about on Monday. Morris indicated that WR Maurice Stovall could see playing time in place of Clayton. Morris also said that CB Elbert Mack has to get better.
   
Faine Expects To Return To Face Panthers
Bucs center Jeff Faine will return to action this week after a four-game absence due to a torn triceps injury he sustained in Week 1. Tampa Bay has sorely missed Faine, who is arguably the team's best offensive lineman.
   
Bucs Work Out 5 Receivers, Including Jones, Tyree
The Bucs suffered through at least five dropped passes combined from Michael Clayton and Antonio Bryant in their 33-14 loss at Philadelphia. That prompted the team to bring in five free agent WRs for a workout on Tuesday, including ex-Jacksonville first-rounder Matt Jones, David Tyree, Yamon Figurs, Chris Davis & Jordan Kent.
   
Moore May Be A Week Away From His Bucs Debut
Rookie DE Kyle Moore, who has yet to play a down in an NFL regular season game due to groin and knee injuries, is on the road to recovery and hopes to making his Bucs debut next week in London against New England. Moore had knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus over two weeks ago and returned to practice on Wednesday.
   
Buccaneers Claim DE Bennett, Waive OL Dile
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue to tinker with their defensive end position in hope of generating a more consistent pass rush. On Monday, the team claimed rookie defensive end Michael Bennett off waivers from Seattle and waived rookie offensive lineman Marc Dile.
   
Clayton Apologizes For Drops, Comments
Buccaneers wide receiver Michael Clayton apologized for his post-game comments and his dropped passes on J.P. Peterson's radio show on Tuesday afternoon. Clayton spoke with Peterson about his comments, and said he takes full responsibility for what was said and also wanted to clarify what he meant.
   
Buccaneers Sign WR Figurs
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had five receivers in for a workout on Tuesday and ended up signing former Baltimore WR-KR Yamon Figurs. Figurs, who played at Kansas State with Josh Freeman, has 4.3 speed and gives the Bucs a vertical receiver in addition to another return specialist. LB Matt McCoy was cut to open a spot for Figurs.
   
Pewter Report Radio Wednesdays At 5:00 PM On 1010 AM
Pewter Report's Scott Reynolds is back on the air each Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. talking Bucs football - this time with 1010 AM CBS Sports Radio afternoon host JP Peterson. Reynolds and Peterson join forces for Pewter Report Radio, an action-packed hour of intelligent Bucs talk, live from Channelside. Click here for more details.
   
Players Hint At Fractured Locker Room If Bucs Don't Win Soon
DE Jimmy Wilkerson, Tampa Bay's leading sacker and the steadiest performer on defense, warns that the locker room may be in trouble if the Bucs don't get a win against Carolina. He has been a part of an ugly locker room situation in Kansas City and sees the same thing happening here if the losing continues.
  
What Does The Future Hold For Phillips?
How long is the road to recovery for Bucs S Jermaine Phillips? How severe was the thumb injury he sustained? Is Phillips' career in jeopardy? Read about Phillips and some other Bucs-related notes in this installment of Flynn's Focus.
   
Bryant Plans To Practice More
Tampa Bay WR Antonio Bryant has been limited in practice this season due to minor knee surgery he underwent in training camp. Bryant believes limited practice time has hindered his production on game days. Bryant said Wednesday that he plans to practice more, but will have to drain his knee earlier in the week to do it.
   
New Receiver Figurs To Add Unique Speed To Offensive Attack
New Bucs wide receiver Yamon Figurs plans on making the most his opportunity in Tampa Bay. The Bucs want to use his 4.3 speed to stretch the field on offense. He could also see some time on special teams.
 
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