PewterReport.com presents the Bucs 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 and Mark Cook and intern Matt Matera. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure during the 2019 offseason.

On this episode of the Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast, Reynolds, Cook, and Matera get into the players and positions where Tampa Bay needs an upgrade for next season. There are a couple of players that might be able to fix their game with some help from new coaching, while others could be changing positions. The Pewter Reporters also explore where the Bucs may look in both free agency and the draft, before previewing what the plan will be for Noah Spence in Todd Bowles’ new defense.

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  1. Not sure if anyone else is having this problem but even through a small speaker, the sound is really hard to hear.

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    • Sounded fine to me, but I was on my airpods on the treadmill listening to it. It did get quieter in the middle and then loud at the end, like Scott was closer to the mic.

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  2. The only thing I have read yet from BA, his head coaches, etc., is one thing. We have enough talent on this team to win. He has never said we have enough talent to make the SB, the playoffs, a 9-7 record or etc. Unless I’ve missed something, all that has been said is that we have enough talent to win a game, i.e., 1-15. Please advise me what I’ve missed. Not NFL talking heads, not Buc Fans, not optimists, not Madden, etc., etc., etc., just one comment by he HC (without assumptions) that have ever said anymore. FYI, not looking for projections, not looking for optimists, not looking for trolls and fannies, just one comment, by anyone on the Buc’s staff that has said we are going to have a winning record. More than willing to eat crow, just have not seen it as of yet …

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  3. Broken record alert:
    Im glad that players will be held accountable by Arians. Its been missing since Mr. “Toes on the Line!” was fired.
    Glad the Bucs are likely keeping D.Smith. Glad PR staff feels the same way.
    Glad Buckner is gone, he was more hype than results.
    Glad Spence will get a shot to be his best self in a 3-4 as a standup LB/DE.
    Glad that the Bucs are gonna work on the front 7.
    Glad the O-Line won’t be adding J.Williams in the draft (most likely).
    Glad D.Jax keeps digging a hole for himself. Buh-Bye.
    Glad the Bucs have a “run game coordinator” and not just an O line coach.

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  4. Maybe Donavan Smith is never hurt because he doesn’t play hard? Lol. Ok give me the negative’s now 👎. He has been durable I’ll give him that. I swear he’s lazy though and some plays just going through the motions. I hope Pewter Report is right and new head coach and O line coach helps but I sure won’t hold my breath and that I’m not kidding about that!

    As excited as I am about all the changes etc I am going to curb my expectations. This is going to be a huge transition year. Learning new offense and defense. Lots of player turnover. Lots of needs in secondary and O line, RB. I’m sure we can fill couple holes in free agency and draft but history has taught me you will not ever fill multiple holes in one year. Just doesn’t happen. Unless we get very lucky in free agency. Unless they gel very quick and little luck with injuries etc I just don’t see them as a playoff team first year.

    That said I expect by second half this upcoming season this team gets on win streak and the whole league takes notice and says watch out for Bucs next year. To be serious contender will take 2-3 years IMO but hey that’s why they play the game and I have been wrong plenty times before.

    Go Bucs!

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