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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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    KINDERRT

    Like I have said before, play not to get hurt and don’t screw up the second pick. Meaningless wins will not help the team but could ruin next year’s team. SUCK for the DUCK!

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    Horse

    No OL, no TE’s; I’d throw short passes to Jackson and Evans until they double team both, then run the ball. We haven’t mentioned this in the numerous complaints by Poster’s, so I’ll add that maybe we need to select an additional TE in the 4th round?

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    EastEndBoy

    I am going to go ahead and write Scott’s “most disappointing” article now….1) Josh McCown – 1TD, 4 INTs including 2 pick 6’s, sub-50% completions..he managed to kill every promising starting position they had with either a turnover or terrible pass. 2) the entire OLine – gave up 6 sacks, virtually every pass was hurried, couldn’t open a single hole for the backs all game long, called for over 100 yards in penalties including 6 holding calls against Suh alone (and the refs were having mercy because they could easily have thrown 5 more). 3) all running backs – while hard to blame them for trying to run behind this OLine, when you run for less than 30 yards as a team, the backs have to make this list.

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    stone1

    please keep the winless for Winston going if you have been watching the games this weekend he makes all the nfl throws better than mm and does it effortlessly

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    surferdudes

    I was more impressed watching Winston, but who I was really impressed with was Evans, FSU’s center. Dude dominated the middle. Guy got to the second level with ease, they had over a hundred yards rushing before half. Don’t know if the kid will be in the draft, but if you want to run the ball up the gut, he’d be someonr to draft.

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    macabee

    I agree Surfer on Winston and I think you mean Cameron Irving,center. Winston’s timing and accuracy versus his off-field antics is going to run NFL GMs crazy.

    Irving is coming out but is graded as a late 1st rounder. His play last night might move him up plus he is a converted LT that can play all the OL positions.

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    stlbucsfan

    EastEndBoy I think your right except I think the OLine will be ok they usually alternate awful performances with McCown. I predict an awful day for McCown, probably will stare down a WR or 2 and turn it ovet in Lions territory twice.

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    Horse

    Winston has up and down games. last night he threw decent; he also threw a few passes that could have been intercepted. He does win and is a gamer and I give him a lot of praise in that part of his game. What he did last night wouldn’t have been successful in the NFL. He starred down a lot of his receivers. The running game was very good last night and it kept Ga Tech off balance. Neither team had any defense.

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    KINDERRT

    After watching a few FSU games the guy that stood out to me is O’Leary the TE. Great hands and always seems to get open. I believe he is a projected third round pick. We will need a TE when we cut Stocker. Sad that we talk draft much more then playoffs the last six weeks.

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    seat26

    I don’t want to hear about how good our Defense is getting. This defense was an embarrassment today.

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    fredster

    34-17. About what I expected. Turnovers, sacks, can’t run. Basically same as every other game this year. Lol. At this point better for our future to keep losing. Hopefully Levonte david injury isn’t too serious in such a meaningless game.

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    fredster

    Although the offense didn’t help much we saw how “improved” our defense is today against a QB that isn’t a total joke like Cutler, RG111, or Dalton. No faith in Lovie at 3/4 way through this cluster f””k of a season.

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    surferdudes

    Thanks for the info Mac, the kid is a beast.

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