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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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  1. 1

    macabee

    So this is what the young man meant when he said “if we gon’ do it then, we gon’ do it Big then!!!” I’ve been at the stuff for a while fellas, and I think we are witnessing the beginning of something special here! I don’t know, but I’m just sayin’! lol.

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  2. 2

    Gulfstrings

    Knowing that it takes years to develop players – and teams, I’d say we have a lot to look forward to. Thanks Coach! Go Bucs!

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  3. 3

    e

    Strap in tight, Bucs fans… This is gonna be a good ride for the next few years.

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    drdneast

    Agree macabee. I guess the B+ is right considering the interception was his fault and resulted in 3 points for the Falcons.

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    1. 4.1

      grafikdetail

      was a drop by evans that caused the INT… i thought he could’ve thrown it lower but after the replay i saw a Falcon player covering underneath

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    cgmaster27

    This dude is just a damn winner, can’t be derailed no matter what happens. That run was just incredible. But what I really liked are his 4 or 5 passes I saw perfectly thrown in between deep linebackers and safety help. Particularly all three to Vincent, who once again shows his value to this team.

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    1. 5.1

      mjmoody

      I couldn’t agree more w/ your VJax support. Please pay this man his final year. On the field, in the locker room, and in the city–nominated for the Walter Payton award by his team–in the spirit of December 2015: He is a Yoda on this team.

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      1. 5.1.1

        cgmaster27

        Agreed moody, Vincent is key to another year of mentoring Mike and Jameis. The guy is a very positive influence in the locker room and the community. We NEED him to be here for another year. With the cap going up 10million more dollars , the money shouldn’t be an object.

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    jongruden

    Both qb’s are playing very well for rookies and we have our guy, I’m finally hopefull for the future, the run by Winston showed guts and determination, I loved it

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    1. 6.1

      cgmaster27

      Agreed Jon, these two qb’s are well above average in terms of what they are doing on the field .

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      1. 6.1.1

        76Buc

        Yes, my Hawaii boy is something else with the 87 yard run today, but he is no Winston. We got the right guy!

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        1. 6.1.1.1

          plopes808

          Agreed 76, no doubt Marcus would be doing even better if we had picked him up. I think that Winston’s “it factor” and no fear playing style are better suited for the Bucs though. I still hope they get our local boy some help down in Tennessee too though

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    seat26

    I am moving out of the Country next year and I will miss watching the Bucs. I think you guys are about to see the renaissance of the Buccaneers. Jackson is so good, what are we going to do when he is gone ?

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    1. 7.1

      Twistedwires

      seat26, I’ve been a long time fan of the bucs and a long time reader of PR. But I have never posted on the site before. I usually don’t feel I have anything useful to add. But I had to jump in here to tell you that I am an active U.S. Army Officer stationed overseas currently and you can watch your Bucs. I get the NFL GamePass. In the US you can’t see the games live. But overseas the NFL Gamepass login is different and the games are live. It’s not the same as being home since I’m 6 hours ahead so it’s late. It’s like watching Monday Night Football every week. But I’m not complaining. It’s better than nothing. The major problem is that my kids are in bed and I can’t cheer or clap loudly. This wasn’t a problem last season. But this season has been a blast.

      Playoffs or no playoffs, Bucs fans, this is fun. This is why we watch, and cheer, and agonize, and all of it. We’re in December, watching games that matters, watching a great game go back and forth, then seeing a winning drive. I’m hoping for the unlikely 4-0 forth quarter like the rest of you. But even without it. This has been a successful season.

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        cgmaster27

        Twistedwire I would first like to thank you for your service. Second you keep on cheering for those bucs and whatever takes your mind off of the bad things happening around you.

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    seat26

    We just got our Franchise QB. 40 yrs and finally we have drafted a real star at QB. We are going to be known as an OFfensive powerhouse. Go figure.

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    scubog

    Sweep the Saints next week and this area will come alive as it did in 1997 when fans sensed that our favorite team was “relevant”. I can’t stand that whining coach Sean Payton. Winning the game and sending his team to the NFC South cellar will make it even sweeter.

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    surferdudes

    Crazy legs Winston.

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    1. 10.1

      cgmaster27

      Love that name surfer although the trolls would probably cal him crab legs Winston. Haha

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    BaldBuc

    That was the biggest gut check I’ve ever witnessed from a Bucs team. Wow! Winston refuses to quit! Now let’s get the Aints.

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    drdneast

    Twistedwires, thanks for your service. My father was a career US Air Force pilot who retired from SAC after flying B-47s.
    I hope you feel free to add your comments whenever you desire. The more the merrier.
    BTW, being overseas you probably don’t realize this but the games are televised live locally.
    Stay safe.

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      Twistedwires

      Thanks for the support. Yeah, I know the games are live locally. But I’m not from Florida. I’ve always had to pay an arm and a leg for the NFL Sunday Ticket on DIRECTV to watch the Bucs games. What I meant to say was that for folks who don’t get the local broadcast in the states, the current NFL GamePass does not show them live; only recorded the next day. It’s much cheaper than the Sunday Ticket but it’s not live. My point was that the Gamepass is live overseas only currently. seat26 just sounded like he thought he’d not be able to see the games live anymore. Not true.

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  13. 13

    Horse

    The tomahawk chop got the tomahawk chop! Go Bucs!

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  14. 14

    jme0151

    The other rookie QB…..really!! Screw him…..we got the right guy. Go Buc’s.

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    jongruden

    Again after a game where Winston plays well, Pink is in the witness protection program, to bad cause he needs to get behind our qb rather than his ego.

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