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In this week’s episode of the Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast, Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook and Trevor Sikkema are joined by a special guest, head of the Evil Bucs Medi–I mean, uh, long-time columnist of the Tampa Bay Times, Tom Jones. Jones joins the gang to wrap up everything they saw from Bucs Mini-Camp, talk Jameis Winston & Dirk Koetter (the good and the bad) and get into some real, truthful predictions for this team in 2018.

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  1. Until Jameis plays better than the other QBs in this division, we won’t be in the playoffs. Cause more often than not the NFC South puts 2 teams in the playoffs every year. Jameis is the worst QB in the division right now, so that’s why we’re last..

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    • such a common misconception. Drew Brees threw for 5,000 yards and 30+ touchdowns and went 7-9 3 years in a row. Football is the ultimate team sport. I don’t care how good the QB is. You still need a competent Defense, Running game, and Special teams in addition to having a a QB and passing game in order to win football game, reach the playoffs, and win championships in the NFL.

      Success in the game of Football does not stop and start with one man. Not saying Jameis shouldn’t play better and eliminate some of his turnovers, or that we wouldn’t benefit from him doing so. I sincerely hope I’ve been successful in changing your perception on this matter.

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  2. The level of scrutiny on Jameis is worse than I can remember on a quarterback in a long time. He had no running game, awful pass protection, and the worst pass defense in football putting the team behind early over and over yet he still had top 10-15 metrics across most metrics. And don’t get me started on the play-calling.

    Yes, he has plenty of improving to do. He should. He’s 24. Go look at the year 23 season for even the best QB’s off all-time. Its mostly a disaster. We need to be patient and have some goddamn perspective. We went 40 years without a franchise QB. We HAVE one now. He has all the traits you could want for a leader for both the team and in the community. Just R E L A X and enjoy the ride.

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  3. Also, yea its Brooks. Not as valuable a position, but Brooks provided elite production for 12 straight years and never missed a game. IF we are just evaluating a guy in his position regardless of value Brooks was the better, more consistent player for longer.

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