PewterReport.com presents the Pewter Report 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, Taylor Jenkins, Jon Ledyard and Matt Matera, who also serves as the show’s producer. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure during the 2020 season.

We’re back for another Pewter Report Podcast this time with Jon, Taylor and Scott. We’re breaking down the Bucs’ victory further after hearing from Bruce Arians, Lavonte David and Rob Gronkowski.

The group gets into a bunch of different topics surrounding Tampa Bay, which includes where they should be ranked in the NFL. They also highlight the play of Jamel Dean and the offensive line. Listen to it all in the Pewter Report Podcast.

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revfish
revfish
1 year ago

Before we start talking about where the Bucs rank we need to recognize how important it is to beat the Raiders. All these good vibes disappear without that. I think we will win but we need tot air care of business

PatrioticChief
PatrioticChief
1 year ago

Teams are never as bad as they look in a loss or as good as they look in a win. We’ll see if they can build some consistency. They have always had the talent to compete at any level it’s just a question of manifesting it week in and week out.

Last edited 1 year ago by PatrioticChief
SenileSenior
SenileSenior
Reply to  PatrioticChief
1 year ago

Our three home game wins including our “nearly mistake free” win over GB show us that culture change has definitely finally arrived here for our Buccaneer franchise.  This was only a promise and a hope when the football gods smiled down on us, the stars aligned and Bruce Arians was brought out of retirement to us by Jason Light. (This came in turn after the Glazers had learned some patience. They had ended the seeming pattern of firing GMs and coaches every couple of years that had prevailed since they fired Chucky in January of 2009. I guess if you churn enough head coaches… Read more »

fredster
fredster
1 year ago

If the Bucs string together two performances with almost no penalties and beat Raiders on the road then I’ll say they rank high. Maybe just behind Seattle. If they regress to 11 penalties again and stink Sunday night then they rank a lot lower. Too early to say. I always say talk to me in November/December.

Last edited 1 year ago by fredster
ScottC543
ScottC543
Reply to  fredster
1 year ago

If we played Seattle the way we played GB the results would be very similar.

fredster
fredster
Reply to  ScottC543
1 year ago

Yeah probably, but That’s a big “if”. Bucs can beat anyone if they play like that and no penalties. There is reason we are 4-2 and Hawks are 5-0. We haven’t been consistent especially with penalties. So will see how they do on road against a prettt good Raiders team.

SenileSenior
SenileSenior
1 year ago

I love the professional format of your new “broadcast/podcast”. You have arrived just in time for the beginning of a new era for our beloved franchise!

I especially like your “insider” insights and and your high level football discussions.

Kudos to PR! 😉 👴

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