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PewterReport.com and Westshore Financial present the Pewter Nation Podcast, a weekly audio hour of news, analysis and inside scoop on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers delivered with a dose of humor and insight from Bucs beat writers Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Trevor Sikkema, Taylor Jenkins and Matt Matera, who also serves as the show’s producer. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure during the 2019 season.

It wasn’t always pretty, but the Bucs stayed resilient and overcame some injuries to win their third game in a row by defeating the Colts 38-35. With Mike Evans leaving the game for good after the first quarter, other players needed to step up, and that happened with production from Chris Godwin, Breshad Perriman, and Justin Watson. So how high is this ceiling for the Bucs? They’ve learned how to win close games now and it comes from the difference Bruce Arians has made.

Jameis Winston had his ups and downs, and even fought through a hand injury in the second half to help battle back and win. Based on what we’ve seen from Winston this season, we give our thoughts on whether the Bucs should sign him to an extension, franchise tag him, or go with another option.

Even though the Bucs are eliminated from the playoffs, there is still a lot for this team to build upon. They’re understanding how to win and changing the culture, which was evident by the leaders speaking up at halftime when the Bucs were down. Stay tuned for a good episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast.

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  1. Great podcast guys!

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  2. Winning makes your spirited, slightly chaotic, podcasts more fun too. Lot’s of good insight along the way, guys.

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  3. @senilesenior I agree whole heartedly but…

    As a listener, I have a theory. This podcast would *greatly* benefit if Mattera or The Grizz decided to take the sole role of “Professional Moderator” and wrangled everyone back to a specific point when they start to pontificate.

    Lots of talented, smart, enthusiastic football journalists covering my only team. They just need a laid back, but totalitarian type to lead them along.

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    • Brief follow up:

      I realize The Grizz and Mattera are way junior on the totem pole here. And Trevor’s caught in the middle position. And Mark and Scott hover around the top as boss-types. Grizz and Matt literally sat around, off mic (why aren’t there more mics? why are there 5 people on this podcast in the first place?), making exclamations of astonishment in the background as the podcast ran on. Credit to them for being able to play the background so well, but it’s not really fair to put them in this position IMO.

      TLDR: The Pewter Nation podcast features lots of knowledgable, connected, passionate talent. It *needs* a good producer.

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      • God, I’m sorry to speak so much about this, but Mark Cook took the reigns in the 2nd half of this podcast and guided a wild, live podcast full of post incredible win energy to a satisfying conclusion. Very good pod! (Still consider spreading the podcast ensembles out a bit though – Maybe Trevor as the 2nd shift moderator / Mark Cook role)

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