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In this week’s episode of the Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast, Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook and Trevor Sikkema get into all the private visits the Buccaneers have been hosting over the last few weeks, talk about whether or not that actually means they’ll draft any of them, and also talk about the chances former Bucs center Joe Hawley has at surviving his life in the wild.

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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 protected]

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  1. I’m just past the talking point, but was just as curious….no way lol

    http://smartfootball.com/spread/run-and-shoot-in-action-mouse-davis-passing-game-cut-ups

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    • Haha thank you was going to comment on that. How do you not know June Jones and Mouse Davis? Was actually just listening to an older alumni talk about playing safety against a Mouse Davis offense. “Balls were flying everywhere, I had no clue what to do. You went one way, a big bomb would go the other. It was pandemonium.”

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  2. I should be paid as an editor… It pains me to point out basic English issues (again and again), but…

    It’s “BARE” necessities, unless you’re talking about what bears need.

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    • it’s called a pun, jack ass

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      • My bad… I didn’t listen beforehand.

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    • You should probably listen to the podcast.

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      • Yeah, I got it later, once I listened… Sorry Mark.

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    • Yes, we were referencing Joe Hawley fighting a bear in this podcast, which is why we used the word “bear” rather than “bare.”

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      • Yeah, I got it later, once I listened… Sorry Scott.

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  3. Most rushing yards in a single game – 251 (November 4, 2012 vs Oakland Raiders)
    Longest run – 84 yards (November 22, 2015 vs Philadelphia Eagles)
    Most rushing yards by a rookie – 1,454
    Most rushing touchdowns in a game – 4 (November 4, 2012 vs Oakland Raiders)
    Most rushing touchdowns in a game by a rookie – 4 (November 4, 2012 vs Oakland Raiders)
    Most rushing touchdowns by a rookie – 11 (2012)
    Most rushing yards per game in a career – 74.2[79]

    Stop busting on Martin, Scott.

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    • Not to mention 4633 yds, 4th overall in Buc History and in only 6 yrs.

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    • Sorry, I’m evaluating his entire career and what he did lately – not cherry-picking the Pro Bowl years. Two very good years and FOUR very poor years. That’s Doug Martin’s legacy in Tampa Bay.

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      • Plus the Bucs have been a bad team for a long time (late 90s/early 2000s notwithstanding).

        I mean, shiiiiiiiiiiiiit. The Bucs all time passer (yards) is Vinny Testaverde followed by Josh Freeman and Trent Dilfer. Josh Freeman holds the franchise record for TDs.

        Holding up Bucs records on offense is NOT an accomplishment.

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  4. Only listen to half of the show so far, but this is one of the best episodes yet!

    Great comedic timing between the three of you and some really funny, yet stupid jokes.
    Perfect!

    The analysis was good too. 😉

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