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Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: sr@pewterreport.com

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    Somehow I think Adam Humphries should be up in that Top 10 list. He is proving to be a very valuable asset in the slot receiver position.

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    I think I’m starting to figure this column out…it’s not momentum (which is typically a very short-term, sudden changing force) but rather more like a medium-term trend meter.

    And I guess the reason Mike Jenkins is not top of the “trending-down” list is because he hit rock bottom a while ago.

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    It’s interesting that instead of certain players stepping up and making some great plays, certain players seem to step down each week, letting the rest of the team down. I suppose that team dynamic has to rest at Lovie’s feet. C’mon Lovie, start lighting some fires under your assistant coaches before it’s too late.

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    Not sure who the last post belongs to, but I find it hard to understand why Lovie should be responsible for motivating players to perform to their level of play when they are making more than a couple of million a year.
    Somehow the idea seems a ittle bit absurd even for a player making league minimum which is like $550,000 a year.
    All pro safety Ronnie Lott used to scoff at the idea of anyone motivating him or any other professional athlete.
    Said if a professional athlete needed someone to motivate them, it was time for them to retire.

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    I don’t comment on these articles much because I just don’t understand them. How is it that the O-line is the best unit on this team and none of them are on the Hot Players list? There are 5 of them and of 26 available starters (including the kicker, punter, KR and PR) none of the O-linemen make a list of 10 available spots? The worst of the bunch is RT G. Cherilus but even he’s hotter than L. David right now. Also, Banks hasn’t been ineffective since he came back from his knee injury, he’s been ineffective since we drafted him. He’s been the recipient of a few “Johnny on the spot” INT’s, but that’s about it. He’s never had instincts even going back to college. Two of his four INT’s his senior year came against a historically awful Auburn passer. That’s a big part of the reason our pass defense has stunk since we drafted him. He was playing against the Titans in the opener along with everybody else. If his ineffectiveness would have only lasted 2 weeks instead of years as you suggest he wouldn’t have been benched so soon after returning from injury. No one benches good players after two lousy games, no matter how lousy they are. It was simply another miss by those that wanted to draft him in the first place.

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      Ya, you convinced me @pink…I still don’t understand this column…

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      Plus he has skinny legs. Right Pink?

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    for some of you this might help? Go back to last Friday’s Chat Session and read one of the three questions Horse asked Scott. It makes more sense after Scott answered my question about his Article on Buc Momenteum Meter.

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    How are Evans and David on the positive list???

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      Right there w/ ya plopes808…??

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    It was just a few weeks ago that PR was callin Banks a shout down corner. I almost spit my drink out through my nose. Need people who can evaluate talent on staff. And a web designer to fix the site’s longstanding bugs. Other than that…

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    Shut not shout. When will we be able to edit posts??

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