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The question about the next Bucs quarterback is still unknown and this could keep going until March. There’s been the question about Tom Brady as the next quarterback, especially with his recent cryptic photo, but what about Philip Rivers? The veteran QB and the Chargers are parting ways so there’s a legit possibility that he could be the Bucs quarterback, where Brady is speculation. Is Rivers a fit? We debate that.

SR’s second mock draft came out and he has the Bucs going with an offensive tackle in the first round. Part of the reason for that is because this tackle in particular is physical and has great footwork, which comes from his days of playing basketball. Some might not realize, but playing basketball is a big factor for football players, because they can get things like good footwork down, and that separates that from others at the same position.

There’s one more game left in the season and that’s the Super Bowl. Find out who everyone on the PR staff is picking to win the big game on this new episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast.

11 COMMENTS

  1. Just saw on Twitter that Trevor Sikkema has taken another job. Sounds like he may write an article every now and then for PR but that’s it.

    Trevor I just want to say how much we’ve appreciated you. You won’t like me saying it but you have more talent than everyone else on the PR staff combined. Your objective fact-based analysis will be sorely missed on a site too full of homerism and spinning to curry favors (though at least the political and religious BS has finally stopped).

    Your dedication to and passion for the sport ensures you’ll be a huge success, we were lucky to have you and and it won’t be long before you’re on a significant national platform. Congrats!!

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  2. Scott good sir, as a fantasy football junkie whose had Phillip Rivers on his team I’ve watched plenty of him the last few years. You need to go back and watch all the games because there were plenty of bonehead throws by him this year. You don’t throw 20 int’s by accident because the other teams just make great plays. I saw plenty of throws into double and triple coverage and I also saw a guy that lacked the arm strength to be productive in Arians scheme. This is not to say that Winston is the answer but a big hell no to Rivers. He’s washed up and that’s just a fact. The chargers saw it.

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  3. I’ll take anyone but Winston personally I’ve seen enough to not want to pay him and I believe BA doesn’t want him either. But that just me I’m sick of him getting my Hope’s up every year only to break your heart with 30 ints and 7 pick 6? And how many fumbles? Don’t know or care anymore tiered of trying to stick up and believe that he can do it.

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  4. Big hell no to Rivers. He’s not good anymore. He’s not an upgrade.

    I’m open to Possibly moving on from Winston, but I have yet to hear a Better option. Grass isn’t greener and all hypotheticals this far are crap.

    Brady is too old and will set us back on defame no way can keep all guys we need to if pay him. He didn’t look good this year at all. Lack weapons yes. His arm is lacking too imo.

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  5. The “Anyone but Winston”comments are stupid to me. With all the positives Winston brings in points, yards, mobility, and you factor the lack of run game, lack of defense, to say any game manager is fine and will fare be better? Really you believe that? Anyone that says “anyone but Winston” is not objective at all. Grass is greener syndrome big time.

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  6. Fredster Yeah sure all the positive points of Jameis Winston if you want to go on national TV and have someone represent your team he’ll eat his fingers, how about a groping incident with an Uber driver never mind leading the league in fumbles and interceptions. Several unsportsmanlike penalty’s and then there’s always the big loses of games most recently the Falcons interception. Any third string or second string quarterback in the league would be better than having Jameis Winston throw in 30 interceptions.

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  7. Found the stat of 3 TD’s and 6 pics JW had without Evans and Godwin the last two games interesting. Funny what a difference having/not having 2 Pro Bowl receivers can make. Believe more than a few QB’s could excel with having those two at WR, not only JW as some seem to think.

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  8. Interesting most (even the PR crew during this podcast) seem to dismiss/forget that the Bucs D was a top-10 unit the last 6-7 games of the season. Hard to see that trend not continuing with the guys having a full year in Bowles’ system under their belt, assuming most of the key guys are brought back as well. Excited to see their progression this upcoming season.

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  9. Franchise Winston, Draft a QB in the 2nd or 3rd round. Strengthen our OL, and do it as the Organization did for DBs. Choose them Early and Often. We are close. two or 3 more drafts and we will be a very good team.

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  10. Would be interested to know if the mentality JW showed during his last game presser factors in to the decision by the Glazers, FO and BA whether he’s brought back or not. Thought some of his comments were very telling…

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  11. First of all, thank you for addressing and clarifying the sentiments coming out of One Buc Place inserting Winston. In the end, it does not matter what we think. It matters what they think. With the uncertainty however, it seems like drafting a quarterback on day two makes a lot of sense regardless of what we choose with him.

    Second, Mark, I never knew that the home team stays in a hotel The night before their games. It makes sense, but I guess I always thought they stayed at home. That was interesting

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