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Scott Reynolds

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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    macabee

    The Bucs have to approach this game as though it’s their Super Bowl. There is no low hanging fruit left on their schedule. They have to win this one or I’m going straight to Free Agency and the draft for the remainder of the season! They need this one baaad! Bucs 28, Cowboys 24!

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    jme0151

    I can’t think of anything better then the Cowgirls constantly losing except for the Bucs pounding them. Go Bucs, 32, Boys 18

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    Dude

    The big question for me remains, will the ‘Admiral’ aboard the ship this week and command his post? He missed a huge opportunity last week against the Giants who are horrible against the Tight End. This week would be another opportunity for him to have some big plays and really add to this offense.

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    Horse

    20-17 Bucs!!!

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    BaldBuc

    Fire the Cannons! Go Bucs!

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    scubog

    This game has been sold out for months due to the many Cowboys fans who purchased tickets. Just like last week and virtually every other “home” game; our own season pass holders sold their seats to an opponent. So, poor Scubog will be left to defend the bay. No doubt Jerry Jones will be in the visiting owner’s box right behind me trying to get his restructured face on TV every chance he gets. For once, can our mighty Bucs shut up these obnoxious “star struck” fans who are still living in their past? The ‘boys are likely questioning themselves after last week’s OT loss to the Eagles. Let’s hope our youngsters aren’t enamored and awe struck facing America’s Team.

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      NaplesKrewe

      I’ll be there with yah Scu – many seasons as a pass member in the 300s (worked my way up to row A) – but constantly surrounded by opposing colors. Really hoping to keep them quiet this week.

      Go Bucs!

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    fredster

    Until the buc’s start winning more that 2-3 games a year we will have to deal with stadium full of opposing team morons. Lol. Hope we can salvage our season, but I don’t see them winning. Just being brutally honest here. Dallas has better O line, better defense, better receivers. Winston is better than Cassell though IMO even after only half a rookie season. Go buc’s! Will need some turnovers again most likely like against Atlanta. Will need a strong team effort to win and Evans will need to not be a drop machine again too. All that said 34-21 Dallas. Hope I’m wrong.

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