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Scott Reynolds

Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd 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: [email protected]

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    inspecto

    Bring it baby!

    Go Bucs !!!

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    surferdudes

    Oh no V.V., you didn’t bring Seattle with you. It’s still spring, summer’s coming.

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    e

    Was Hayes out the with a cup of tea with his pinky up? I’d like to hear what Sapp thinks as Buckner locks in.

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    Ja'crispy

    Coach Buckner was one of the best additions to this team this offseason.

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    dotASC

    Good article, Scott! It’s a pleasure to finally read some reports about on the field action. Could use a little more explanation about the hip techniques though… It’s all Greek to this layman.

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    tnew

    This is good news. The way the Bucs played on the D-Line was baffling. GMC was so busy trying to create penetration, he made it easy to just get ridden down the line. Watching the RBs/Line play of the other teams, I truly believe they were game planning to allow this, then seal the backside so that the RB could just slide thru. GMC has always been better when he engaged first, using his get off to unbalance the lineman, then penetrating.

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    owlykat

    This is going to be a better approach for Vea and McCoy both. Glad to hear Buckner’s Coaching style. No wonder he has such a great reputation. I can’t wait to hear him instructing our DEs when they arrive. He will improve the sacks and pressure on the QB! If our DC is fired Buckner should get first consideration!

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    Dude

    Love what I’m reading about Buckner! His attitude is exactly what the Bucs have been missing!

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    plopes808

    I’m more excited about the addition of Buckner than I am about all the talented players we’ve picked up. Buck has a reputation for getting the best out of his players so I can only imagine what he will be able to do with the pieces he’s got to work with.

    As for Vea, the learning curve will be steep. It’ll be interesting to see how he handles it, as well as the Florida weather.

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    plopes808

    On a side note, I’m curious if Vea going with the number “50” means he has any ties to Hawaii

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    Bern

    makes me think still the owners are not knowledgeable about football. I do not understand why they do not demand a technique standard to be taught by their current coaches . They have had enough great coaching staffs on both sides of the ball here over the years for them to learn by now what it takes to be successful in this league with wins & losses. The identity of the team should be demanded from the owners. Simple football technique that actually works should be taught in all phases of the game.Exactly who else wanted Dirk as a head coach? How can the owners think we the fans, at the least speculate that Glazers try to lose. Still smells a lil ol Hugh C. Da Yucks. It would be nice if our local media had the fans back, call the glazers out . They new what they bought. There is no excuse for the long term lack of success (losing) generations of Bucs fans have had to endure.

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