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Tight end was one of the positions of conversations in this episode, particularly new Buc Rob Gronkowksi, as well as O.J. Howard. Does O.J. Howard bounce back this season? We know he did not meet expectations last season, but that doesn’t mean the Bucs won’t rely on him in 2020. There’s still a lot to love about Howard’s skills, and Jon Ledyard makes the point that Howard started to pick things up at the end of season, so that could translate now when training camp comes back.

What kind of player can we expect when Gronkowksi arrives in Tampa Bay? He was brought in since he’s the greatest tight end of all time, but it’s also because he has tremendous chemistry with Tom Brady.

There’s also a question of the offensive line and the Bucs’ running game. The Bucs once again were in the lower half of the league in rushing yards, but is that all on the offensive line? Some may argue it was the fault of the running backs, the scheme, or many other varying factors. Find out which side everyone argues in the new Pewter Nation Podcast.

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seat26

We blew it with OJ Howard. We have a room full of starting quality TEs and we use them for blocking. Which is fine for short-yardage plays. But he could probably play 4 different positions in a creative offense.

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awwdembucs

Absolutely agree with you seat. O.J. should have been used more. IMO he was not able to get in the flow of the game.

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flashgordon

I”m convinced that Belichick feels that Tom Brady is done; he essentially let him go. It wasn’t anything personal between Brady and Belichick. I’m thinking Brady will prove Belichick wrong.

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seat26

He may not even play this year. How effective will he be at 44 next year?

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chefboho

The same as he would’ve been at 43. Do you really think getting a year older automatically makes you worse? If for some crazy reason they don’t play this year, he’ll have a whole year to rest up. Toms hardly the type to let himself go. I’m so tired 😴 of this narrative that it’ll be a waste if they don’t play this year

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