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With both Scott Reynolds and Trevor Sikkema suspended from the show, the rest of the group is joined by Greg Auman of The Athletic for this podcast. The Bucs overtime loss in Seattle was their fourth straight of the season and the biggest issue on Sunday was injuries and the secondary.

Carlton Davis got hurt in warmups, which caused Jamel Dean to play the entire game. While Dean made some plays, he got burned as well, and we discussed the play of Dean along with the rest of the rookies, as six rookies were playing on defense at one point.

Is the only way to improve these rookies by experience and I game reps? And do the Bucs need to pay for a veteran corner next year or are they just going to spin the wheel again for a rookie corner and go through the same situation? All of these topics are brought up.

Looking at the positive, Jameis Winston played a game that every person following the Bucs would have wanted. The jury is still out for whether he’ll receive a second contract with another eight games to go. It was another monster to game for Mike Evans as well, and Auman provided some stats to show have good of a run he’s been on in the last two games. Between Evans and Godwin two great receivers, but it hasn’t translated to wins, so what’s next to change that? Stay tuned for another fun episode.

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