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PewterReport.com and Westshore Financial present 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, Taylor Jenkins and Matt Matera, who also serves as the show’s producer. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure during the 2019 offseason.

After a one week suspension that wasn’t actually a suspension, the whole gang is back together as Mark Cook is back on the show to join show regulars Scott Reynolds, Matt Matera and Taylor Jenkins.

Gerald McCoy is on the move to a new team but the Bucs will get to see him twice a year. The group gets their discussion going on the outrage some fans had over the Bucs giving McCoy’s old number of 93 to Ndamukong Suh, along with how he’ll look playing in Carolina.

It was also the first day of mandatory mini-camp and Jameis Winston didn’t look as sharp as he had. Jameis has notoriously been a better quarterback on the move as to when he has time to sit back and overthink some plays, and the group breaks that down, wondering if Bruce Arians will say that and play to what he does best.

Other topics that went on in between Mark’s interruptions were the job well done by Jamel Dean and Mike Edwards, Antony Auclair and Tanner Hudson’s role on this team, and a new wrinkle for O.J. Howard in this offense.

Be ready to laugh after tuning in for this hilarious episode.

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  1. Less of Mark Cook on a podcast is always a good thing…

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  2. So if Edwards has one of the starting safety spots who emerges at the other? Whitehead? Brice?

    Competition in the secondary is intense and I feel that Murphy-Bunting and Dean are pushing to be the starters on the outside.

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  3. the ending was hilarious

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  4. So much for the QB whisperer fixing Jameis

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  5. People say don’t worry about jaboo throwing picks in the pre season, you know because he likes to push the envelope in practice. He hasn’t improved his disision making since his second season. They say you play like you practice, that pretty much explains it.

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  6. What makes Gerald McCoy a very good or great player in your opinion? I watched every snap for his career and he never dominated anyone. Did he get a sack here or there? Of course. So did Clinton McDonald and Booger McFarland. GMC has always been a media darling and paper tiger. To the rookie reporter, he still is a media darling.

    Agree on the pro bowl point SR makes – It’s a popularity contest with no true value.

    Gerald’s revenge? Lol. We will see if a leopard can change his spots.

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  7. LMAO Mark and his trolling of Gerald and The Avengers movie!

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  8. It’s too early to say Edwards will start at safety. I think plan is actually he doesn’t start. At least that’s what they have said here on P.R.

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  9. Happened to listen to last weeks episode because I was traveling a lot. Really enjoyed it and assumed they kicked the annoying, sarcastic, asshole off the show. Unfortunately, came back to hear some good drama and got plagued with another terrible Fords garage ad read. This show sucks

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  10. Ouch! Mark Cook is really feeling the love. 😂 🥰

    To be fair, it was a better podcast as soon as Trevor left, and got even better when Mark was absent last week. Funny stories are great. Funny transitions to the sponsors are great. Aimless, pointless interruption about nothing? Not so great.

    Annie(or is it Andy?) for a half hour is a wasted discussion. It feels like the opening scene from Reservoir Dogs. “Toby Won, Toby Chong, Toby Wang, frickin Charlie Chan! I got Madonna’s big dick coming out of my left ear and Toby the Japa- I don’t know what coming out of my right ear!”

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  11. The famous scene…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyR4RK0LA_E

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