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In this week’s edition of the Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast, Scott Reynolds and Trevor Sikkema go duos to tackle the first two open practice OTAs at One Buc Place. The two recap what plays caught their eyes and who is standing out — for the right and wrong reasons…

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About the Author: Trevor Sikkema

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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Randy H.
Randy H.
4 years ago

Trevor, I was watching HQ today and they showed your tweet to Mina that was on the side of the arena last night about Papi doing the choke hold. And then they showed her response back to you. I saw your name and thought, “I know who that is”!

revfish
revfish
4 years ago

Given where they came from, I can’t help but drop parallels between Marpet and Kappa. Do you all think Marpet Will be a help to Kappa in making this transition to the pros, or is there extra pressure on Kappa to live up to Marpet’s standard. That might be a hindrance. Cannot help but think of the Gruber McRae situation back in the 80s

Charlie
Charlie
4 years ago

Thank you Scott for pointing out that in order for this offense and most offenses to succeed you shouldn’t pass the ball more than 25 times a game. Trevor and I had a misunderstanding on of one of his Cover 3s a little while back. Passing more than that usually ends in losing unless you have a HOF QB.

revfish
revfish
Reply to  Charlie
4 years ago

With respect, that is an interesting point. I’m not sure if that is true in today’s NFL even as it used to be a golden rule. Nowadays the running backs and receivers are catching many flare passes and the like that almost act like runs. I believe in the run game. I believe in keeping a fullback. Looking around the league, however…even as you have to have the legitimate threat to run…even as there will be games where you will need to run more than pass…I think that there will be many games won when the pass total exceeds 30.