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Scott and Jon are on to go in depth for the NFC Championship game between the Tampa Bay Bucs and Green Bay Packers. They talk about what Todd Bowles needs to do to get another great performance from the defense, and why Tom Brady needs to ball out once more for he and the Bucs to reach to the Super Bowl once again. Hear it all on the Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS.

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eaustinyoung
eaustinyoung
1 year ago

Here’s the preview I need: All of the “Tampa is going home” rhetoric has been watered down. We’ve heard it so many times that I’m not sure how much weight it holds anymore. People had me convinced that Tampa would struggle against Sweat and Young in Washington. Then people had me convinced that Hendrickson and Jordan were going to smother Brady a 3rd time. Neither happened and the Bucs are still here. All 4 of the above pass rushers barely got near Brady. Za’Darius Smith is not as good as any of them. I don’t see him pressuring Brady unless… Read more »

eaustinyoung
eaustinyoung
Reply to  eaustinyoung
1 year ago

Also, if Vea can play even a limited number of snaps and contribute to 1 or 2 splash plays, sometimes that’s all you need to completely change the game.

Michael76
Michael76
Reply to  eaustinyoung
1 year ago

Aaron is an excellent QB, and is extremely good rolling out and making plays on the move. His career will always be compared to the gun slinger Brett Farve.

One HUGE difference is toughness. Rogers has bad games when rattled, and would not have held up to Sapp.

I hope Vita and Suh play mind games with Aaron.

Spruce
Spruce
1 year ago

Seriously race fans we’re seeing epic games here. Two of the best active QB in the game last week and the same this week. And like last week they likely will not end up being the story on Monday. Defense will be. Will the up and down Bucs defense once again rise to the occasion and turn in a game winning performance. Will the Packers under estimated defense continue to play well in another big game. After the defensive battle it will be who can run the ball and consequently make the passing game work. Both teams with good run… Read more »

Michael76
Michael76
1 year ago

Packers got half their yards on 2 plays… take them out and you’re talking very bad efficiencies.., leading to 3rd and long. Packers leading tackler was a safety…. which tells you everything you need to know about their linebackers. The total yards running doesn’t look bad…. but who’s running when the packers jump out to huge leads? It’s the yard per attempt… and the packers still are bad as last year when they let 49’s put 300 yards on the ground. The two big stories in GB over the off-season where lack of another receiver… AND their lack of personal… Read more »

Last edited 1 year ago by Michael76
cptsora
cptsora
1 year ago

Jon Ledyard needs to go.

Last edited 1 year ago by cptsora