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Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said the he is “ecstatic” with the job that Byron Leftwich has done as offensive coordinator, but we don’t exactly feel the same. The Bucs offense calls for long routes that take time to develop, but they don’t have enough time to pull it off. Where are the slants and drag routes? We question that all.

The coaching staff just hasn’t made it easy on Jameis Winston, calling for difficult throws on plays that don’t cater to his strengths. Other coaching decisions have been surprising as well, such as not playing Jamel Dean but then saying they want to see more of him. So which is it?

Because of all the questions around the team, we are not very optimistic about their chances against the Falcons this week. Atlanta is coming off two impressive wins while the Bucs still haven’t formed an identity. Stay tuned for another fun episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast.

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Great podcast guys. I wonder how the interview with the glazers went?? Something like:

Glazers: “Bruce, what’s your plan to fix this team and Winston in particular?”

Bruce: “I’m gonna run the same offense with the same players as Dirk did. Lean heavily on Winston to make tight window throws on slow developing routes.”

Glazers: “Sure, sounds great”.

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Great discussion guys.  I really wish I could have heard (or read somewhere) some of this kind of discussion between the time BA was named our head coach and the first game of the season.  I am referring to the portion about what kind of schemes and play calling  Arians did while in Pittsburgh, in Indy and in Arizona.  I don’t mean extensively in depth but just to add an even deeper insight into how he approaches offense.  Just to tell me what to be looking for as the season has unfolded. (I am not pointing a finger in particular… Read more »


Guys I’m really at the point with this team that I can shut off the tv and have happy productive sundays. Do you think Jameis would be effective in a west coast offense. I dont think he would because he likes to hold the ball and stair down his primary receiver. I think I’ve about given up on the Winston experiment.

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Did you even listen to the podcast? Yes he holds the ball too long but that’s what happens when your offense is built around slow developing routes. Smh. I’m not saying Jameis doesn’t have problems but they sure aren’t helping him any

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