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Ward To Start In Place Of Williams
Tampa Bay running back Derrick Ward will start vs. his former team Sunday when the Bucs host the New York Giants. Ward will start in place of RB Cadillac Williams, who has knee soreness and is questionable for the game. Bucs WR Antonio Bryant is also questionable. Read the full injury report in this story.
SR To Appear On ESPN 1080 AM Today At 4:10pm

PewterReport.com's Scott Reynolds will be appearing on the Tuck & O'Neill show with Mike Tuck and Jerry O'Neill on ESPN Radio 1080 AM in Orlando each Friday at 4:10 p.m. to discuss the Buccaneers and this week's game. 

Completely Disastrous: Giants Run Over Bucs, 24-0
UPDATED: The Bucs fell to 0-3 after getting "out-manned and out-gunned" by the New York Giants, 24-0, in what was the third-worst offensive performance in Tampa Bay history. The Bucs offense produced just 86 yards and five first downs against the Giants, which rushed for 226 yards against Tampa Bay's 31st-ranked defense.
Bucs-Giants Post-Game Quotes
Bucs head coach Raheem Morris and his players talked after Tampa Bay's 24-0 loss to the New York Giants at Ray-Jay on Sunday. Morris said the Bucs will not make a quarterback change, and that his players still are confident despite being 0-3 on the season.
Pewter Report Roundtable
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost at home to the New York Giants Sunday, 24-0. What did the Pewter Report editorial staff think of the Bucs’ third loss of the season and the disappointing performance? What are the things that ail this football team? The Pewter Reporters sound off in this article.
Bucs Game Grades: Offense
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the New York Giants 24-0 on Sunday. How did the Bucs offense grade out against New York? Did any unit get a passing grade? Find out in this insider article.
Bucs Game Grades: Defense
The Bucs were destroyed by the Giants at Raymond James Stadium Sunday, 24-0. Which defensive players stood out in the Bucs' third loss of the season? Which ones didn't? PewterReport.com dishes out grades to the Bucs defense, special teams and coaching staff in this article.
Enemy Profile: Redskins
Pewter Report has scouted Tampa Bay's fourth opponent of the 2009 regular season - the Washington Redskins. How do the Bucs match up against the Redskins at each position? Get answers to this question, a prediction and much more info regarding the Bucs-Redskins matchup in this Pewter Insider article.
Bucs-Redskins Preview
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will clash with the Washington Redskins in Week 4 of the 2009 regular season. What happened the last time these two teams met? How did the Redskins fare last week? Pewter Report has a preview of Sunday's Bucs-Redskins game.
Pewter Report Staff Picks: Week 4
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will visit the Washington Redskins in Week 4 of the 2009 regular season. Which Pewter Reporters picked the Bucs to defeat the 'Skins on the road? Get their picks for each of this week's games in this article.
Leftwich Benched, Johnson To Start For Bucs
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a new starting quarterback. The Bucs announced Monday that Byron Leftwich has been benched in favor of second-year QB Josh Johnson, who will make the first start of his NFL career in Washington. Leftwich is now the team's third-string signal caller.
Bucs Strive To Stay Together
Bucs players say the team needs to be accountable for themselves, and avoid finger pointing after their 0-3 start. LB Barrett Ruud and WR Michael Clayton spoke about the need to do stay together as a team and show their character. Raheem Morris said the latest loss was a step back in the team's development.
Morris Explains Decision To Bench Leftwich
The Buccaneers benched starting quarterback Byron Leftwich Monday. Second-year QB Josh Johnson will replace Leftwich and make the first start of his pro career in Washington. Leftwich will serve as the No. 3 signal caller while rookie QB Josh Freeman works as the backup behind Johnson.
Bucs Will Hold More Physical Practices This Week
After being "out-manned and out-gunned" by the New York Giants in Tampa Bay's 24-0 loss, Bucs head coach Raheem Morris revealed that his team will be holding more physical padded practices this week. Morris also disclosed that one of his most physical players, center Jeff Faine, is on the mend from his torn triceps.
Will Smith Return To Form?
Why hasn't Bucs return specialist Clifton Smith been as productive this season? Is Bucs guard Marcus Johnson ready to play if needed? Which part of the team has been rebuilt, but can't be considered young and inexperienced? Find out in this installment of Flynn's Focus.
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.
Bucs Ready To Rally Around Johnson
Do the players in Tampa Bay's locker room believe in second-year quarterback Josh Johnson's ability to lead the team? Apparently so, based on their comments from One Buc Place on Wednesday. The players have offered Johnson advice and are rallying around him in hopes of recording their first win of the year.
Freeman Feels He's Ready To Play
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman reacted to having Josh Johnson chosen to start in place of Byron Leftwich. Freeman feels that he is ready to play and be successful, but will do anything to help the team win. Johnson responds to keeping the quarterback spot until Freeman is viewed to be ready.
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