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The game has ended and the Bucs have defeated the Dolphins 16-14 in week two of the preseason. The guys recap what happened in a game that was rather slow for the first three quarters before ramping up excitement late in the fourth quarter.

After Matt Gay his a game winning 48-yard field goal the group discusses whether this kicking competition is over. Other subjects that come up as well is if Ryan Griffin has passed by Blaine Gabbert as Tampa Bay’s backup quarterback.

The Bucs didn’t have anyone really step up at receiver on Friday night, so the question comes up about if the fourth and fifth receiver spot is secure, and who should win them. With tight end Tanner Hudson having another good game, the conversation goes to the thought of the Bucs keeping four tight ends on the roster. Stay tuned and recap it all now.

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  1. The best part was that there were only 9 seconds left. Gay is a stud, the bad part is, I wonder if any of these other draft picks will end up making as big an impact this year.

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  2. I want a Matt Gay jersey.

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  3. Barring Bucco Bruce going with only five wr’s, three Te’s, and three Hb’s, I don’t know how we keep a lot of Dl and linebackers. As mentioned Cichy could get cut with his injury history; but, as I mentioned in previous podcasts, Kenney and Kahzin Daniels are not likely to make it.

    Sean Murphy Bunting looks like he’s gone down the roster a little bit. I’d put M.J. Stewart back at safety and keep both Mazzi Wilkins and Devante Harris.

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    • and the Bucs are most likely picking up an Ol waiver claim; luckily for them, they’re up high in the pecking order.

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  4. If Bucs can pick up quality OG or OT off waivers that would be great. Feeling pretty good about this team overall. I really was concerned about JPP being out at first but now seeing lot guys step up feel lot better. Secondary starters look solid with some depth now.

    Fingers crossed Gay keeps nailing FG’s and extra points too.

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