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While Scott and Mark travel back from London, Trevor, Matt, and Taylor Skype in to break down what was a really bad Bucs game.

Which was the bigger issue for the Bucs? Was it Jameis Winston or the offensive line blocking in front of him. The guys discuss that topic along with whether Jameis Winston will ever turn into a top quarterback, or if this is what you’ll get, some hot days and some cold.

It may seem like groundhog’s day at this point, but once again the secondary was a huge disappointment, but where do the Bucs go from here? Is there a solution to fix it or is it just better luck next year. The group then decides what the Bucs need to do during the bye week if they want to get back on track. Stay tuned for another fun episode.

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  1. The Third Down Podcast.

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  2. It wasn’t just Winston. The Coaching is horrible. The best player drafted this year is the kicker. This organization is a mess. We have taken 8 defensive backs in the last 4 years, and I don’t think there is one other than Whitehead, who is worth keeping. Two OL goes down, and the entire offense has collapsed.

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  3. Blow it all up. Time to start over. Licht needs to go and with all the cap space available next year, you can start rebuilding. This team is so stuck on loosing they just can’t get out of their own way. I mean, 3 false starts on a punt? They’re just terrible from top to bottom. As fans we deserve much better than this. Funny how in two weeks they play the Titans and neither of these so called qb’s have panned out. What a shit show. At least the Browns and Cowboys are struggling as well lol

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  4. Agree 100% bro. They have used so many picks on secondary and it’s a mess for most part. We knew O line was razor thin I posted many times this year could go south so quickly with injury or two on O line so not surprising. I doubt any other WB could done much better yesterday but at same time every time it goes bad Winston tries too much and melts down. Play calling sucked too. I get Saints D is better but they are not throwing ball deep really and get it out quickly. Why can’t we do that until O line blocks better? Anyways this team is a mess.

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    • I agree with you on Leftwich also. He’s doing a terrible job of helping out his QB when you have a Swiss cheese oline. It’s about as creative as when Koetter and his clown crew were here.

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  5. EPSN Radio called it today – the 2014 QB draft was a complete bust. Mariotta was benched and Tannenhill outplayed him vastly in his place. Winston went back to his old problem being unable to give up on a play and throw the ball away. Neither QB is starting material, so in that case Jason Licht is not at fault. No one can say that in 2014 there was a better QB left on the board – because none existed. Sad but true.

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  6. For four years Jameis Winston average 88% quarterback rating for four years he was at the top of the board for the most interceptions lost 70% of his games and Jason and the glaziers chose to cut seven starters so they could give Jameis $20 million . And here we are today who would be surprised I guess the chef and Fredster.The national media has written him off he’s the joke of the NFL right now! The Glazer’s even look more stupid then if they had gotten rid of him last year

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    • I guess all teams are stupid then, because the Titans made the same mistake you claim the Bucs made. Mariotta is even worse than Winston and he started – and got benched in favor of Ryan Tannenhill, who outplayed him. Don’t worry, it won’t be long before Arians is forced to face reality that Winston is not going to learn to not try to save every play out there, and he will be forced to start Griffin before the season is over. Then we will know what they have on the bench and if he cannot play either, they will be drafting another QB come next post season. You can count on it.

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  7. Just to make it clear once the choice was made to keep Jameis this year any good football people would’ve put a ton of work into the offense of line these morons did nothing Jameis was hung out to dry

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    • Bob… that was a gratuitous response if not surprising

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  8. I think that if we’re 3w and 5L at the half way mark, we’ll have a good chance at a winning season. The players will have learned the complicated system, the youngsters will have matured, and injured players will be back (JPP).
    This is based on 2 contingencies: 1) the annual injury bug remains mostly absent. 2) The qb whisperer gets control of Winston. Maybe he should scream rather than whisper.

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  9. Dream scenario: BA talks Luck out of retirement and we some how trade (maybe a 2nd and 3rd round pick) with the Colts for Lucks rights. Use first round pick to get a LT move Smith to RT. Will never happen but fun to think about lol.

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  10. When you have a bad roster filled with players selected/signed by arguably the worst GM in the league then every weakness a QB like Jameis has is amplified. The weakness at the o-line was noted in training camp LAST YEAR, as were the DB’s and RB’s and the team was lucky enough not to suffer a major injury to any of it’s starters on the o-line then. This year Mr Licht who has hamstrung the cap in the process of building a perennial 5-11 roster made no notable additions to the line or RB’s. Licht’s additions to the defensive backfield were rookies (and naturally rookie DB’s should be expected to come in and play great right away, right Mr Licht?)

    So yes, if Jameis can’t be protected then his worst impulses are going to come to light and he’s going to throw it to the other team a bunch trying to play hero ball. If you put him on a roster with a solid o-line, good defense and a good RB and ask him to play within the system all of the sudden you can win with him and I would argue that you’d win pretty consistently. This is on the roster Licht constructed and on the Glazer Babies for refusing to admit and correct the mistake they made over 5 years ago. Bad ownership equals bad teams, just ask Redskins fans.

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    • Although that isn’t what you’d hope from the #1 overall draft pick… and you’d definitely want to pay him average salary.

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  11. To Trevor’s point about Jason’s “Homeruns” in the draft, the meathead scout has made 42 draft selections for the Bucs over the past six drafts. FOURTY-TWO, so yeah give an monkey 42 darts and ask it to throw at the dart board and the monkey should by random chance hit a few numbers. Matt Millen, whom I can only imagine is Jason’s idol and whom he aspires to be like, drafted Calvin Johnson.

    I do, however, appreciate the surprise by everyone that cycling through coaches without upgrading the talent hasn’t improved the W-L record. It’s almost like some posters, myself included have been pointing out the importance of talent for three seasons now while Scott tries to find coaches to run out of town be it HC or position coaches like George Warhop. And can’t we clearly see how much better Jameis is being protected now that Warhop is no longer holding them back? Oh wait.

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  12. Speaking as a non-millennial… the kids did a nice job on the podcast

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