PewterReport.com presents the Pewter Nation Podcast, a weekly audio hour of news, analysis and inside scoop on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers delivered with a dose of humor and insight from Bucs beat writers Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook and Trevor Sikkema. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure.

In this week’s final’s Pewter Nation Podcast of 2018, Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook and Trevor Sikkema recap all the changes — coaches, players, potential hires — happening with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and have a change of their own to announce concerning Pewter Report moving forward…

Trevor Sikkema is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat reporter and NFL Draft analyst for PewterReport.com. Sikkema, an alumnus of the University of Florida, has covered both college and professional football for much of his career. As a native of the Sunshine State, when he's not buried in social media, Sikkema can be found out and active, attempting to be the best athlete he never was. Sikkema can be reached at: [email protected]
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cgmaster27

Congrats Trevor on the draft gig. You ate always thorough and analytical in your evaluation of players and film. Looking forward to your draft stuff.

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Jiveturkey

Man, sad to hear Mark is moving on… it’s sad in general to see the turnover going on in Tampa.

Thanks for your great contributions over the years and good luck

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Jiveturkey

Bamboozled!

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Alldaway 2.0

Good luck on new endeavors!

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Alldaway 2.0

SR you are 100% correct.

Bucs need to bring the work and business attitude back into the Bucs locker room with a new coaching staff.

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seat26

Mark Cook is moving on?

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flashgordon

Koetter can’t figure out that these guys can’t just turn it on on Sundays? That’s a firing in my book!

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Alldaway 2.0

If Sapp, Brooks, Lynch and Barber were in that locker room they would never let that happen. The locker room is a place for business. Like it was already pointed out the Bucs have a rec room where they can play whatever they want.

That comes off as tone deaf and socially uncalibrated to have players playing pin pong in the locker room.

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Devasher

For those that don’t know the majority of GM’s are first time GM’s. They rarely get second acts when they fail. By all means @pewterreportsr and @pewterreportts @pewterreportmc let me know how many out of 32 leagewide GM’s are on their second or third act. You’ll find it is the minority and less than head coaching retreads. I ran the W-L record on GM’s and found only two employed this year with 3+ seasons experience and worse records than Licht’s as Dave Caldwell and Reggie McKenzie. Mckenzie was fired this year while Caldwell is on thin ice (and had a… Read more »

Devasher

For those that don’t know the majority of GM’s are first time GM’s. They rarely get second acts when they fail. By all means @pewterreportsr and @pewterreportts @pewterreportmc let me know how many out of 32 leagewide GM’s are on their second or third act. You’ll find it is the minority and less than head coaching retreads. I ran the W-L record on GM’s and found only two employed this year with 3+ seasons experience and worse records than Licht’s as Dave Caldwell and Reggie McKenzie. Mckenzie was fired this year while Caldwell is on thin ice (and had a… Read more »

Devasher

For those that don’t know the majority of GM’s are first time GM’s. They rarely get second acts when they fail. By all means @pewterreportsr and @pewterreportts and Mark let me know how many out of 32 leagewide GM’s are on their second or third act. You’ll find it is the minority and less than head coaching retreads. I ran the W-L record on GM’s and found only two employed this year with 3+ seasons experience and worse records than Licht’s as Dave Caldwell and Reggie McKenzie. Mckenzie was fired this year while Caldwell is on thin ice (and had… Read more »

Devasher

For those that don’t know the majority of GM’s are first time GM’s. They rarely get second acts when they fail. By all means Scott, Trevor and Mark let me know how many out of 32 leagewide GM’s are on their second or third act. You’ll find it is the minority and less than head coaching retreads. I ran the W-L record on GM’s and found only two employed this year with 3+ seasons experience and worse records than Licht’s as Dave Caldwell and Reggie McKenzie. Mckenzie was fired this year while Caldwell is on thin ice (and had a… Read more »

scubog

Good points Devasher. Perhaps the Glazers have a short-term plan to maintain some semblance of continuity during a transition from Koetter to the next HC. Isn’t it possible that Jason Licht’s current role is merely to aid them in this HC search and anything beyond that is…….pending?

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Devasher

It’s possible scubog. I’ve heard rumors that it could be the case, however it wouldn’t make a ton of sense to me given his role in the HC search. If you don’t trust the guy with your roster you surely wouldn’t want his influence on the next head coach, especially since Licht played a big role in hiring Koetter from OC to HC in the first place. Also, @pewterreportsr any idea why a post gets flagged for moderation when you attempt to direct the message to more than one person? The writers here are welcome to their opinions but it… Read more »