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As the seasons gets close to wrapping up, Jameis Winston very well secured at least one more season in Tampa Bay. So one of the first questions out of the gate for us is, how much did he think about his expiring contract this year? Was it something that was common, or is he they kind of player that can block it all out when he’s on the field?

How are the Bucs going to move the ball on offense given all the injuries to the offense? The PR group breaks that down as we rattle off the players that will be involved plenty on Saturday’s game.

There’s another question worth asking on the defensive side of the ball, and that’s who is going to guard DeAndre Hopkins? For Bruce Arians it’s about one thing for a corner, and that’s the size of the corner. The guys from PR also give their final score predictions, and some of them may surprise you. Stay tuned for another fun episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast.

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The BUCS in the past 4 weeks have restored my hope in the future of this team. In my opinion they still need O line help and perhaps somr depth on defense and a good backup QB. But I am optimistic about next year. As far as next weeks game the BUCS have alot of key players hurt…it will be tough.


Sure..Believe in our Bucs But be reasonable. The Texans are playing for and in the playoffs. Our Defense will have to play lights out and I do mean double hard to beat these Guys. I know Jameis knows..That pass rush is coming hard. The best our team can hope for is to finish 8-8. And that within itself will be a vast improvement from last year. I don’t have us beating the Texans. But I do hope I am dead Wrong.