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Morris Says Offense Wasn't Ready To Play
Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris discussed the play of rookie quarterback Josh Freeman on Monday. Freeman threw three interceptions against the Jets, and has eight interceptions in his last two games. Morris said that the Bucs are considering different things to try and get Freeman playing better.
Morris Questions Offense's Effort
Bucs head coach Raheem Morris attempted to explain his team's poor showing on offense during a 26-3 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday. Morris was critical of his team's Friday practice, but also questioned the offense's effort from Sunday's game.
Will Morris Survive Bucs' 2009 Season?
Is Tampa Bay head coach Raheem Morris in danger of being fired at the end of the season? Why would Morris be terminated? Why might the Glazers retain him in 2010? Take a closer look at the situation in this installment of Flynn's Focus.
Pewter Prospect: WR Shay Hodge
Do the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a need for a receiver that is a versatile possession receiver and has some big play ability? Could the Bucs use a mid-round receiver that is experienced and able to have an impact early in his career? Find out in this prospect profile.
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 Aim To Overcome West Coast Woes
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven't historically fared well out West. In fact, the Bucs haven't won a game on the west coast since Super Bowl XXXVII. Tampa Bay will depart for Seattle a day early in an effort to over come its west coast woes.
Smith Doing Well Following Season-Ending Concussion
Bucs return specialist Clifton Smith spoke to the media Wednesday for the first time since being placed on injured reserve due to a concussion he sustained vs. the Panthers earlier this month. If it were up to him, Smith would still be playing, but he said he understood the team's decision.
Glazer Family Foundation Unveils "Vision Mobile"
On Thursday, the Glazer Family Foundation announced its latest initiative to enhance the health and education of children throughout West Central Florida; the Glazer Family Foundation Vision Mobile, which will provide vision services to detect and correct vision problems.
Clayton Held Out Of Practice, But Making Progress
Bucs WR Michael Clayton (knee) was held out of practice again Wednesday, but the team believes he's making progress. In other news, Bucs TE John Gilmore will miss Sunday's game. Tampa Bay could fill his void with OT Demar Dotson. Plus, Raheem Morris talks about his defense and job security.
Freeman Cites Confusion For Bad Outing
Bucs QB Josh Freeman cited confusion from the Jets defense for his poor outing. Head coach Raheem Morris and offensive coordinator Greg Olson talked about a scaled back offense, while the rookie and his teammates think the experience he is getting throwing against NFL defenses is valuable moving forward.
Olson Takes Responsibility For Offense's Struggles
Tampa Bay offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Greg Olson said Wednesday that anyone looking for someone to blame for the offense's struggles this year should point at him. Olson talked about Tampa Bays 28th-ranked offense today.
Allen Becomes Redskins G.M. And Executive Vice President
ESPN is reporting that former Bucs G.M. Bruce Allen has been hired by Washington owner Daniel Snyder to serve as the Redskins G.M. and executive vice president. Allen was fired along with coach Jon Gruden on Jan. 16. The Glazers will likely be off the hook for Allen's salary, which was guaranteed through 2011.
Dotson Hoping To Capitalize On Opportunity At Tight End
The Bucs will be without John Gilmore (head injury) when they travel to Seattle to take on the Seahawks this Sunday. Gilmore is considered Tampa Bay's best blocking tight end. The Bucs are attempting to fill the void left by Gilmore by playing rookie tackle Demar Dotson at tight end.
Game Grades: Offense
Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Seattle Seahawks 24-7 on Sunday. The Bucs won the game with 18 points in the third quarter. Who led the way for the Buccaneers offense? How did quarterback Josh Freeman grade out against Seattle? Find out in this Pewter Insider.
Morris: Bucs Leaning Towards Keeping Clayton Out Of Sunday's Game
Raheem Morris updated his team's situation in regards to injuries. Bucs TE John Gilmore and WR Michael Clayton missed practice again Thursday. Gilmore won't play in Seattle. Clayton's chances of playing aren't looking good. Plus, Morris comments on former Bucs G.M. Bruce Allen landing in Washington.
Bucs Find Identity In 24-7 Win Over Seahawks
UPDATED: The Bucs got their second win of the year Sunday by defeating the Seahawks in Seattle, 24-7, and found their identity in the process. Tampa Bay's defense forced five turnovers while rookie QB Josh Freeman tossed two TDs and just one pick. The Bucs are 2-12 on the year and take on the 13-1 Saints next week.
PI Quick Hits
Which NFC East quarterback is Josh Freeman interested in learning from? How does guard Arron Sears look physically? You might be surprised to really know who Antonio Bryant is. Read his interesting saga here. Plus, insight into Bill Cowher and his pick of a general manager in this PI Quick Hits.
Clayton, Gilmore Ruled Out, Winslow Questionable For Sunday's Game
Tampa Bay WR Michael Clayton (knee) and TE John Gilmore (head) have been ruled out of Sunday's game in Seattle. Neither will travel with the team to Seattle. Four other players, including Bucs TE Kellen Winslow (knee) and WR Sammie Stroughter (back), were listed as questionable on Friday's injury report.
Game Grades: Defense
The Buccaneers improved to 2-12 on the season by upsetting the Seahawks in Seattle Sunday, 24-7. Which defensive players stood out during Tampa Bay's impressive defensive performance? PewterReport.com dishes out grades to the Bucs defense, special teams and coaching staff in this article.
Pewter Report Roundtable
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Seattle Seahawks on the road Sunday, 24-7. What impressed the Pewter Reporters most about the Bucs' big win in Seattle, which improved their record to 2-12 on the season? They sound off in this Pewter Insider article.
Bucs-Seahawks Post-Game Quotes
What did Bucs head coach Raheem Morris and his players have to say about their 24-7 win over the Seahawks in Seattle on Sunday? Read their post-game comment from the locker room at Qwest Field in this article.
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