PewterReport.com presents 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 and Trevor Sikkema. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure.
In this post-game edition of the Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast, Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook and Trevor Sikkema recap the Bucs vs. Browns game. The three address the biggest concerns for the Bucs going into the regular season including the red zone inefficiency, the lack of pass rush, and the lack of playing time with the ideal projected starters. Can the team flip the switch in two weeks?
Trevor Sikkema is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat reporter and NFL Draft analyst for PewterReport.com. Sikkema, an alumnus of the University of Florida, has covered both college and professional football for much of his career. As a native of the Sunshine State, when he’s not buried in social media, Sikkema can be found out and active, attempting to be the best athlete he never was. Sikkema can be reached at: email@example.com
A win is a win and if the dynamic duo on ST (Anger and FolK) can carry this team to 1-2 wins this team is playoff bound.
I like the podcast but man the audio issues with this one gave me such a headache. This hasn’t been the only time. Can’t listen to a podcast if the audio is scratchy. Please fix!
Hey Guys, I think the Bucs are hearing you and are already aware that the pass rush needs to improve. The Bucs were one of 7 teams that put in a waiver claim for DE Kony Ealy. He was awarded to the Jets, but the Bucs were in the mix trying to get better. Beyond the Jets, the Cowboys, Giants, Buccaneers, Washington, Lions, and Cardinals all made claims. Bottom line they know there’s a problem and is evidently trying to address it!
Guys, I really like the podcast. It’s very much a welcome relief from the circle jerk circus of other podcasts that do nothing but praise themselves for having a podcast, scream obscenities into a mic like their haven’t matured past a middle school mentality, or get so full of themselves that they start playing sports psychologist with micro-examining the inner-working relationships of players in the locker room that try to make other players better by purposely being a distraction while others are trying to work.
That being said, you guys have had some kind of an audio problem at some point in basically every podcast you’ve put out so far. First couple of offerings are understandable as that’s supposed to be the time you’re getting the kinks worked out, but by now, they should be few and very far in between. Whatever muffled mic scraping or plug-in connection problems were going on in this most recent offering should be unacceptable and quite frankly inexcuseable by now; really. It’s very distracting and makes trying to pay attention over whatever audio problems are going on almost unbearable. You guys are much better and more professionally on-point in your deliveries on these pods to allow yourselves to be presented with such sub-par audio.
Please get this corrected already.
Yes, simply poor production. Hard to listen to. You’d be better off getting it right than getting it out sooner with the audio problems.
Hey, I like the podcast when it works. But it needs to work.
As others have said, love the podcast but that scratchy sounding mic makes it a no-go. 🙁
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