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It was a bit of different day from beginning to end at the Bucs facilities on Friday. After the media spent a few minutes at the indoor facility watching practice, everyone then ventured off back to the to the offices for Ndamukong Suh’s opening press conference after he passed a physical.

On another note, Mark Cook was suspended from this episode for his antics on our last show, so Scott Reynolds was joined by Matt Matera and Taylor Jenkins for this one.

The guys got into Suh’s press conference, discussing the impact Todd Bowles had on getting him here, and how he’s been able to keep his aggression on the field without going overboard anymore.

The topisc than transitions over to Bruce Arians and why he wanted to cancel practice, what he likes about his team right now, and who was there today. We also discuss why Monte Kiffin needs to get into the ring of honor ASAP and why Suh wearing 93 isn’t a big deal. Stay tuned for that and much more in this new episode.

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  1. When you said Mark was “suspended” I took it as a joke because maybe he had something that required him to be elsewhere. :’-D Now I am not so sure. *-*

    Mark has a dry sense of humor somewhat comparable to “dry” like as in a dry red wine (not fruity, not sweet). When those kind of people get carried away, get a little giddy, it does not come off well with some people. The recorded persona in sound only does not give the same impression as a visual context would either.

    See ya’ next week, Mark! Rather I will hear ya’ next week!
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    Go Bucs!!!

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  2. The secondary looks improved to Arians because they are flying to the ball and not thinking as much. But the true test is when the pads come on and the secondary has to fend for itself when the blitz or pass rush doesn’t arrive on time.

    It is said Murphy-Bunting is in the mix for the nickel role but it seems to me that he and Dean are clearly pushing for playing time at boundary CB. True, Arians has been pleased with the progress of R. Smith, VH3, and C. Davis. But I think the rookies are making the case to be THE starters at boundary CB.

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  3. My “Wildcats” favorite memory is the hefty cheerleaders and their cheer…

    “U-G-L-Y, You ain’t got no alibi…YOU UG-LAY! YOU UG-LAY!”

    Productive and enjoyable bonus podcast this week fellas.

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  4. It’s quite apparent that the only thing that was standing between the Bucs decade long stretch of defensive dominance running the Tampa 2 defense and more Super Bowl wins, was a competent offense. It’s just my personal opinion that Jameos Winston is more talented than our boy Brad Johnson ever was(I’m sure some would agree). You think the Bucs of the late 90s and early 2000’s would have won at least one more Super Bowl with a QB of Jameis’ caliber? Does anyone think that Winston could have played for John Gruden and be successful?

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  5. Shaun King won games as well as Dilfer, so yeah Winston could have won games during that era.

    But this is a new era of football and Winston is asked to do more now. Just need an NFL average defense as the days of elite defense of holding teams under 17 are no more. These days if a team can hold a team under 24 points it is considered elite defensive play.

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  6. All good points and yes Winston is the most talented QB Bucs have had in long time. Yes He needs to improve, but to me all along expecting him to not throw ints and carry team with no defense, no run game, and spotty pass protection was just asinine.

    We have a proven coach. I do think the defense will be at least average this year. I also think Arians Bucs will be balanced and run the ball better. So Winston needs to cut int’s, (already did last 6-7 games last year, improve completion percent again as he already has every single year so far, and deliver the deep ball with more accuracy and consistency. All 3 things I think he can and will do.

    Go Bucs!

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