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Scott and Jon are on to answer questions from the fans while recapping the Bucs’ win over the Saints in the divisional round of the postseason. They talk about what they heard from the press conferences on Monday, and the big news about Vita Vea returning to practice. Hear it all on the Pewter Report Podcast.

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9 months ago

Did BA have a celebratory Crown Royal on the flight home after the game? 😋 I understood that they got home somewhere around 1:30 A.M. Could that be hard enough itself on the “old man”. 🤔 Actually my first thought when I watched the presser was what’s with the bandage on his nose? Does he have any history with skin cancer? A “minor procedure” might not even make the news. 😐
Obviously nothing non-catastrophic is going to slow Arians much during this current run for the “Big One”.
Go Bucs!!!!!!

9 months ago

Jon Jon Jon, yes, the increased run play calling may not have won the game without the turnovers, but you should know like any other reporter that you can’t quantify it like that. If we didn’t get the 4 turnovers we would have had to turn to the pass more often. The game plan went the way it did because we were keeping the game close and tied the entire way. Then once the turnovers started coming in we didn’t need to start passing it everywhere, especially with the coverage the Saints were deploying. You cannot just say “Oh if… Read more »

9 months ago

In week 6, I spent a lot of time on the board, as a believer that the Bucs were perfectly matched for a Buc win over the Packers (in part due the fact that have incredibly smart Packer fans who are good critics of their team) Did you know Aaron Rogers has only started one game at home late in the playoffs? While they have been good for a long time, the knock was without a run game… Aaron needed a solid running game to compliment.., and take pressure off him. Older Packer fans remember Brent Farve… built like a… Read more »

9 months ago

I’m working on compiling all the BS excuses we’ve heard about Brady and the Bucs.

Reply to  eaustinyoung
9 months ago

U can stop. No need to do so. The proof is in the pudding! Bucs r one game from SuperBowl! Fact! Brady was/is the best Free Agent pick up in Buccaneers history! He’s the GOAT for a reason!

9 months ago

Hey Matt… why did PR do away with the thumbs up and thumbs down on the comments?