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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

    Following up on our talented QB’s march into the record books, he has already set Bucs rookie records for most passing yards at 3,422 and for most passing TDs at 20. Sunday he threw for another 295 yards and 2 TDs.
    He has one game to go and needs only 23 yards to pass Peyton Manning’s rookie record at 3,739 – pretty sure he does this. With 335 yards, he passes Cam Newton’s rookie record of 4,051 yards – tall order, but doable. He did 363 in a loss to the Rams last week. If he accomplishes this, he would pass the 4,000 yard mark and end up only 2nd to Andrew Luck who threw for 4,374 in 2012.
    If Winston throws 2 more TDs, he passes Andrew Luck for 3rd place all time, who threw 23 TDs in 2012. If he throws 4 more TDs, he ties Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson for most TDs for a rookie since 1970.

    We probably won’t win the Carolina game as they have to play their starters because they still haven’t locked up the No. 1 seed in the NFC clinching home field advantage throughout the playoffs. But if he works on the deep ball and our WRs hold on to a few more catchable balls, everything above can be done. If we gon’ win, we gon’ win big then! Go for it Jaboo!

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    Horse

    Way to hard on Winston. Yes he made a mistake with the interception; he hadn’t done that kind of mistake since the Titan game. Winston is a leader and should be more recognized for it. My goodness Pewter Report
    don’t some of you understand leadership? Too bad Lovie can’t learn anything from Jameis because of his arrogance. Players will listen to him if they too won’t to try their best. Sounds to me that not all haven’t experienced being pushed to do your best.

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    e

    Saw another interesting stat today… If the Bucs lose to Carolina, they’ll be the first team since the 1970 merger to finish last in their division five years in a row. I dig the enthusiasm, Mac! I’m just happy that my one question before the season started was answered… “Franchise.”

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    1sparkybuc

    Stats and draft position are all we have to look forward to. An over haul at HC would be nice, as well as his son and the DB coaches. Penalties and the “sieve the day” pass defense sank the Bucs’ ship. Jameis will only get better, but the team won’t win much with Lovie’s D.

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    drdneast

    I would say that either Winston really misses Vjax or the Bucs offense has hit that proverbial rookie walk. Probably a combination of both.
    I know it has become somewhat fashionable out here to bash Evans, but on the tenth drive you have him dropping a ball.
    How do you drop something that never hit your hands.

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    drdneast

    Just watched the 10th drive on NFL rewind and I was correct. The ball did not hit Evans hands but it did glance off his fingertips.
    If the ball had been thrown over his left shoulder instead of his right he would have had a better chance of snagging the ball.
    What was even worse was listening to Matt Millen talk about how Evans should have caught the ball.
    Millen makes about as much sense judging catchable balls as he did making draft choices for the Lions.
    Even worse was the deep ball to Dontae Dye which he actually did drop. The ball came down into his hands, bounced out and that was when the Chicago defender knocked it away,
    But even worse on the play was the blocking of Demar Dotson. The reason the ball was underthrown was Dotson completely whiffed on a block on a late blitz.
    At one point Dotson gets totally turned around for some reason by his own momenturm which gave the blitzer time to get to Winston untouched.

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