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Scott Reynolds is in his 22nd 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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    seat26

    35 Browns, 12 Bucs.

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      Bucnut2

      seat, agree on Browns win, not sure we score 12

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    warren

    I really dislike statements like “Glennon is getting more comfortable throwing downfield, as evidenced by a 40 yard completion…” Seriously? It was one, yes ONE completion! I guess we have to look at whatever tiny accomplishments we can find. Greg Cosell of ESPN said the Bucs have the slowest offense in the NFL. Couple that with little O-line blocking and the fact that Glennon has no pocket presence (stands completely still) & no quick release, no wonder our offense is offensive.

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    Bucnut2

    Warren, agree on Glennon. He is not the answer unless the question is, who should NOT be a starting QB in the NFL. great backup, not a starter. The Browns are much better than we are. we may not score 10 points. My prediction Browns 28-7

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    EastEndBoy

    Oneil Cousins, Garrett Gilkey, ED Smith….oh my…..can we just forfeit this one….and the rest of this year….with the first pick we can get Mariota, with the second pick we can get a reasonable LT, and with the third pick a reasonable OG….and then we may have a chance to build something….

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    scubog

    Being from Pittsburgh it was really great for the Bucs to win there and keep my Steeler fan family, who still reside there, silent. But my wife’s family is from Cleveland so another upset victory would be almost as special. We should be able to hear the laughter from the Browns defense when we trot out ex-Browns Cousins and Gilkey to protect the statuesque Glennon. Maybe the other ex-Brown Rainey can spoil their fun. Still hopeful. Not convinced we can win a game this season; but perhaps our opponent can find a way to lose like the Steelers did.

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      Dbuc63

      completely agree IF another team finds a way to lose, we have a CHANCE to win. With Schiano the past 2 years were by far better than this team but hey blame players not coaches…

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    nmkinley

    OK, so it seems like expectations are now rock bottom. Bucs on the road. Nobody picking them to even be competitive. I smell a Bucs upset today, ala the Steelers win. They seem to play better on the road when few expect much…but not in a dome.

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    deeznuts

    I’ll be at the game today, my brother bought me a ticket under one condition….wear a brown’s tee to the game; I guess I’ll be an under-cover bucs fan today. Hopefully Rainey and Cousins bring their A game against their former team! If the O-line plays well we will win this game, the browns are not playing well. We need to exploit the Evans-Gilbert rookie matchup down the field. Lavonte and GMC can handle anything they throw at us on D. Interesting what the secondary will look like with Barron gone (what a horrible trade) and then having him calling our scheme passive…STAY AWAY from Haden

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    Morgan

    Browns 27- Bucs 10

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