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The Bucs roster has been trimmed down from 90 to 53 players over the weekend. There were a couple of surprises, including the release of OLB Noah Spence, and the group discusses his career with the Bucs and why his cut now came to be.

Another interesting move made by the Bucs was to keep six receivers, and of course, the raging Tanner Hudson debate continues to move on as he made the team as well. Was it the right move to keep him along with six receivers? The guys break that all down plus much more. Stay tuned for another fun podcast.

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  1. About all I got out of this podcast was . . . Tanner Hudson can’t block. Well, don’t use him in that capacity.

    It’s easier to say where the Bucs are weak than strong – and that’s the Oline. But, maybe things are not as bad as they look. Earl Watford, the undrafted rookie, and the guy we got through a trade.

    Other than Oline, the O is looking about as potent as last years; the suggestion is that Bucco Bruce can get more out of them than even Koetter! Is so, look out; because the D is improved.

    I’m tempted to say the safety position might end up the weak link. If the injuries continue there.

    The inside linebackers looks demonic. The outside linebackers are . . . underrated. The Dline can get pressure on their own. It just sucks to not have Pierre Paul in there at the start of the season. Hopefully, we have our two starting Dt’s when he comes back.

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  2. Flashgordon; I agree and I got nothing from it. PR was preaching Spence for weeks and from what I saw and others saw was he didn’t deserve to be on this team. I have felt the same way about Gholston for months and showed nothing in preseason to want him to be paid those millions.

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  3. Our History of drafting in the 2nd round is hideous. Kickers, TE’s, DE, DB’s and RBs. I was encouraged by Spence this year at Camp. I a think this means that the other players simply looked better, and this is an upgrade. Hoping RoJo, Carlton Davis and MJ Stewart have a spectacular year.

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  4. Glad Scott cleared waivers and you re-signed him

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  5. We want Spencer Schnell on the practice squad, this is complete crap that Scotty Miller makes the 53 and Schnell cant make the practice squad, TOTAL BS LIGHT.

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  6. Spence was a surprise for me. He finally was in 3-4 that should be his forte. I trust Arians though if he wants to move on from Spence. Every year we kept thinking this is the year and he looked great in camp and game one against Steelers then nothing…maybe he is injured again? Who knows I’m glad they decided to move on. He seems to have developed no moves other than a bull rush and speed. That doesn’t do shit consistently in NFL.

    O line is still a concern and has been since last year for me. Bruce says he won’t ask them to do things they aren’t good at? Like run or pass block? Lol. Left side is ok it’s the right side still that doesn’t look much different. We really didn’t see much though so will see after a game or two will be pretty apparent if they can be average this year at least.

    This defense is going to be better no doubt.

    I also hope Bobo can return kicks and punts and be good? Or anyone? Seems another area they aren’t good at.

    I was also surprised only kept 3RB and so many WR that seem lackluster…

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  7. Horse I disagree on Gholston. Is he overpaid. Yeah he has been but He wasn’t good fit in 4-3 but I think he is in 3-4. What didn’t you see from him in preseason? For one he didn’t play that many snaps but when he did nobody ran on them and that’s his main job now in 3-4 as an anchor. Pass Rush will come elsewhere.

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  8. Scott why does Jason Licht being “egoless” matter. When you make so many awful personnel decision what is he supposed to be? Lol proud walking around with his chest out? Take a look at the drafts post Lovie Smith and my god it’s amazing how he even still has a job. I’ll echo this message until he’s gone because he’s yet to prove me right. In cap hell, no QB is paid, suspect OL, no starting RB and old DL lol wth is going on here.

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