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A win is a win, as they say. And this one definitely did not come easy for the Bucs. Scott and Jon are on to break down Tampa Bay’s 25-23 win over the Giants on Monday Night Football. They give out some game balls and discuss what went right and what went wrong on the way to improving to 6-2 on the season. Hear it all on the Pewter Report Podcast.

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Dman
Dman (@dman)
1 year ago

Credit the Giants, great game plan, physical play in all three phases. Couple thoughts. Without Brady we lose this game. Missing Vita Vea in the middle. Tristan Wirfs having a great rookie season. Slayton played with Davis and Dean at Auburn, was still getting behind both [and he doesn’t’ run a 4.3] – a better QB hits some of those. Welcome back Mike Evans. Impressed with hits Gronk was taking. Winfield playing like a seasoned vet. Devin still needs work on pass coverage. We finally have a kicker.

MWD
MWD (@mikewestdominguez)
1 year ago

Ok Gents- So, I feel like this could have been one of those let down games- Giants seemingly having absolutely nothing to lose. Days in the past- we would have lost this one, so many in the forum remember all the times our Bucs were on the other end of the stick. People who I thought stood out were- Mickens and Johnson at WR and it was good to see Evans have a better game this week. Defensively- what more can you say about Winfield Jr. and though our guys fell for double moves at times, they got key turnovers… Read more »

Last edited 1 year ago by MWD
chefboho
chefboho (@chefboho)
1 year ago

I will say that this 1st down run up the middle play calling is getting entirely too predictable. If we all know what the Bucs will do than surely the other teams do. I’m just not sold on BL. Get creative already.

The Wall
The Wall (@the-wall)
Reply to  chefboho
1 year ago

Totally agree. If I know we’re going to run nearly every time on first down, every defensive coordinator knows too. We continually get off to a bad start because of this. We have the best quarterback in NFL history and we treat the offense like he’s Trent Dilfer. If Arians is an offensive genius, you would never know it. The Bucs took way more chances with Winston at quarterback. Is it Leftwich or Arians?

fredster
fredster (@fredster)
1 year ago

Hopefully Bucs got the “clunker” game done and play better against Saints. O line still isn’t run blocking well overall at times. Everyone talking about play calling and offense overall which I agree isn’t good at times, but man Bucs d was dominated most of night. If not for Jones missing wide open WR ‘s and throwing up with a prayer for int’s we would lost by 14 or more. They ran up middle for 4-5 yards every single time almost. You would think eventually we adjust and stop it. On positive note this is game Bucs lose on past.… Read more »

Last edited 1 year ago by fredster
Eddie
Eddie (@oct62020)
Reply to  fredster
1 year ago

This clunker will not be “done”, if the coaching do not improve. The team does not look prepare, game plan looks the same from previous weeks, way too predictable, worse, did not or cannot adjust when it was needed