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It’s a new era for the Bucs organization as the Bucs have decided to part ways with nine-year veteran, Gerald McCoy. The group of Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Matt Matera and Taylor Jenkins all discuss the move, while also getting into what McCoy meant to the Tampa Bay community and where he might play next.

This episode was recorded before the news of Ndamukong Suh singing with the Bucs broke, but they did bring up the topic of Suh replacing Gerald McCoy, and why his attitude would fit more in Bruce Arians’ system. Finally, the guys break down what went on during week two of OTAs, including Vernon Hargreaves returning along with Breshad Perriman’s importance to the team. Check it all out right here.

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  1. The center of the defense along with the boundary has been augmented or changed. It is clear that Bowles is determined to change the attitude and aggression on defense.

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  2. I’m okay with this defense now, considering Vea will be lining up next to Suh with Allen backing them up. Vea’s been my candidate for breakout player on defense since he showed so much improvement during the final 8 games last season.

    After the players get in sync with each other over the first several games, this defense is going to be FUN to watch. The offense is going to have to carry the team during those first 4-5 games, but I think they’re up to it, given there’s good improvement with the run blocking.

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  3. I am first to admit I don’t know anything about Suh what I do know he’s been available since December and no other teams signed him and Gerald McCoy’s agent phone ringing off the hook why do five teams want Gerald McCoy so badly and they passed on Suh this is legitimate question that I do not know the answer.

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  4. Buc-Ass…Although Suh is durable and tough, many teams think he has attibutes they do not like. He will play hard. But he will also get a lot of unsportsmanship like penalties in the game. Salary was the issue with GMC. And I don’t think Arians thought highly of him. I’m not sure Suh is the answer. Seems like an even stevens trade to me. I hope Vea improves like he should. If he did not, we are in trouble, Gonna be interesting to see what we paid Suh.

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  5. I don’t think Suh has had much trouble last few years seems to me he’s matured? I don’t have penalty stats I’m just going by what I see and I watch lot games.

    As far as nobody taking him it has be team that needs a DT first of all. Second they have have money for a deal or just use him a year which is exactly what Bucs did to buy time before can draft another DT.

    Brilliant move by Arians and he’s more durable than McCoy. He also is still a better DT imo. He will be motivated this year and he sure as hell isn’t a downgrade from McCoy weather or not you believe he’s better.

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