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Breaking down the Bucs’ 27-24 loss to the Chiefs on this episode with Scott and Jon. It’s not the way you want to go into the bye week. Can the defense be fixed? Has the offense figured itself out? And there’s another issue with starting off slow, getting outscored 59-10 in the first quarter over the last couple weeks. They dissect it all in the Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS.

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6 months ago

Sure there’s hope – we played much better in the second half when we accepted that single coverage was not working and we actually used our safeties to help…but why does it take an entire half each week for us to figure these adjustments out?

Reply to  EastEndBoy
6 months ago

Because Coaching is a major problem! U mean to tell me that the coaching staff, when game planning for Chiefs, didn’t realize that Chief’s WR Hill might be a problem to cover man to man with the man running a 4.24?!

Reply to  bucballer
6 months ago

I agree poor coaching, is stopping this team.

Reply to  EastEndBoy
6 months ago

I can’t understand WHY the defense starts so slow. I really thought KC would go for the TD on the 1st drive.

Buc stops here
6 months ago

The defense was not the problem. Look at what the Chiefs have done all year. They have scored on the top defenses 26 points. The Bucs gave up one more point – 27. The Patriots and the Bills held them to 26. Everyone else gave up over 30 and in some cases, 40 points. The problem is the offense. This has to do with the play calling as well as the execution. Every game this year – and I mean every game – the Bucs do the same exact thing the first series. Run on first down, usually up the… Read more »

Reply to  Buc stops here
6 months ago

Bro the offense sucks too and I agree play calling is abysmal but our D only held Chiefs to 27 by luck. This secondary can’t cover anyone and the scheme is shit every week. Mahomes had one TD dropped and nobody was near the guy in secondary.
They just announced Bucs Vs lions week 16. Likely we need that game to make playoffs and lose to lions. Lol. Perfect.

Last edited 6 months ago by fredster