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Scott returns to the show to join Jon as they break down the Bucs’ second match-up of the season against the Carolina Panthers. While the Bucs are coming off an embarrassing loss, the Panthers cut it real close with the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs.

How much of a threat does Carolina’s offense pose for the Bucs? Can Tampa Bay get back on track on both sides of the ball? Hear it all on the Pewter Report Podcast.

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Pete Wood
5 months ago

We can’t adopt a playing not to lose philosophy for the rest of the season. We’re 6-3 and in the driver’s seat with the best Bucs team in twenty years. Some fans seem to think we are going to lose the majority of the remainder and that we need to somehow hold onto a winning record and squeak into the playoffs. Balderdash, I say. Bucs have no reason to be afraid of any opponents for the rest of the year. Are we going to win all those games? Probably not. But, we’ll dominate teams like the Lions, Panthers, and Falcons.… Read more »