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What has been the biggest surprise about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012? Has it been Doug Martin's success running behind a makeshift line or the improved play of Tampa Bay's front seven? Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate this topic in Point-Counterpoint.
Pewter Report’s Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate the Buccaneers’ chances of making the playoffs in 2012 and what Tampa Bay’s record will be at the end of the season.
Pewter Report Bucs beat writers Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate whether first-round running back Doug Martin has the traits to become a special running back at the NFL level in this month’s Point-Counterpoint.
Pewter Reporters Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate whether or not the Buccaneers can win at least eight games in 2012, which is the first year of the Greg Schiano era.
While the Trent Richardson-Morris Claiborne rages for the Bucs in the first round, which players does Tampa Bay need to come away with on Day 2 of the 2012 NFL Draft? Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate this topic in this month’s Point-Counterpoint.
With 2012 NFL free agency arriving on Tuesday, March 13, PewterReport.com’s Scott Reynolds and Mark Cook decided to role play as general manager Mark Dominik with two blank checks to sign one offensive player and one defensive player in this month’s Point-Counterpoint column.
What is the most important thing new Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano brings to Tampa Bay? Find out what Pewter Reporters Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds think in this month's Point-Counterpoint.

The Buccaneers will have a big decision to make when it comes to re-signing weakside linebacker Geno Hayes, a three-year starter who will become an unrestricted free agent in 2012. Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate the topic in this month's Point-Counterpoint column.

Should Tampa Bay head coach Raheem Morris hang on to his defensive coordinator hat next year, or does the lack of improvement suggest that he hire someone else to do the job?

In this month's Point-Counterpoint, Pewter Report's Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate whether the Buccaneers should re-sign signal caller Josh Johnson or go in a different direction with the backup QB spot next year.

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