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On a hot and sunny afternoon in Tampa Bay with Tim McGraw playing before the show, the San Francisco 49ers rained on the Bucs home opener parade. It was a game that the Bucs were in the entire time until the very end, and the group discusses the fatal flaws of the Bucs’ turnovers, which cost them the game.

Is it too early, or is this what we should expect from the Bucs this year? The guys also get into whether Winston can actually turn the corner or if this is the player that we’ll get now five years into his career.

There were some positives out there on Sunday, particularly the defensive side of the ball and we highlight that as well. After taking a look at the rest of the upcoming schedule, the group tries figure out where they can steal some wins. Stay tuned for the game recap.

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  1. This game was only close in points, Jameis had 4 passes that wherein the hands of 49ers catchable ints dropped. With a top team, this game would have been a lot worse for Jameis.

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  2. My biggest problem with Jameis Winston is that he’s the same QB now that he was 4 years ago. I see no improvement. I see no growth. I see no development. What you see is what you get. He does put up some good numbers and he does do some good things. If you’re happy with what he is then fine, roll with him. But don’t keep bringing him back thinking THIS is the year he’s going to put it all together. Realistically, at this stage of his career, its not going to get any better.

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  3. I understand the sentiment, but I think you need to curb the language guys. There is no watershed on your podcasts.

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  4. Bucs can still save this Season if they are willing to admit there is a problem on offense. If Winston is still starting after the 3rd game, this season is toast.

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  5. Winston looked like crap. First int. Was all Howard. Dotson needs to retire imo.

    Play calling with the hitch route to Barber with Sherman covering him was bad play he shouldn’t have thrown it but better question is why was that play called?

    Not ready to say Winston needs to go but if has more games like that…will see. Before season started gave him 70/30 chance of having good year and new contract. Now I’m about 50/50.

    Evans didn’t look right that fly or whatever seemed to be affecting him.

    On positive note Jones looked good. Defense showed some flashes I think they will improve to very good at some point this year if stay healthy.

    We may have a kicker too finally. Lol. That’s all I got positive it was hard game to watch.

    If they beat panthers it’s all good though. I had Niners circled as W and panthers Thursday as a L. I figured them 2-1 to start year beating giants and Niners at home.

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  6. Love the realism. Let them have it. But dont forget the majority of the blame is on Jason Litch. This is the “house” he built. All these guys are his guys. To think people said Litch is good at the draft

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