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The Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS, is an audio hour four days a week consisting of news, analysis and inside scoop on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers delivered with a dose of humor and insight from Bucs beat writers Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Taylor Jenkins, Jon Ledyard and Matt Matera, who also serves as the show’s producer. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on for your listening pleasure during the 2020 season.

CELSIUS is the new title sponsor for the Pewter Report Podcasts, which are live-streamed on YouTube four times per week: live post-game, followed by episodes on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 4:00 p.m. ET.

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are Super Bowl champions! The Bucs became the first time in NFL history to host and win the Super Bowl in their home stadium as they defeated the Chiefs in a route by a score of 31-9. It’s the second Super Bowl in franchise history and Scott and Jon are on to break down a monumental victory. Tom Brady was Super Bowl MVP after throwing for three touchdowns in the first half, and the defense had a dominating performance by not allowing a touchdown all game and intercepting Patrick Mahomes twice. Devin White put the finishing touches on the game with a late interception in the end zone, and the celebration was on. Recap the huge win on the Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS.

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4 months ago

I know game MVP’s are stat driven, but I think there is an argument to say Vita Vea should be the super bowl MVP.

Reply to  obuc
4 months ago

Yeah I think when no one stands out the QB gets it because he’s the leader and usually the reason they are there but honestly in this Super Bowl, like our last one cause I felt the same back then, that they should be able to just give it to the entire Defense. I have a feeling that now that our guys all know what this feels like and how to play under pressure in at the highest level, if we can get back next year or the one after we are gonna have specific guys that play so significantly… Read more »

4 months ago

I don’t know who “You all” are in terms of not believing in the Bucs 😂 I freakin believed all season long and fought against you guys picking against us and posters and people that bad mouthed Brady coming here and our Defense and Offense and all that. I’m starting to think my joke of a conspiracy theory that Our Offense and Defense both disguising what they did in the middle of the season using little play action playing soft zone while still getting to the playoffs was all to psych out and fool the competition 😂 Anyways, I Hate… Read more »

4 months ago

I think next year Bowles and Leftwich and Arians and Brady are gonna all sit down and say “Ok, what worked? What can we add? How can we be 100% on every down and in every game?” and they are gonna be able to use this whole years as a sample and bring it all together, work on it in the offseason and be unstoppable come next season.

Ted in Tampa
Reply to  Spitfire
4 months ago

Spitfire, to be 100% on every down in every game we have to get a new offense left tackle who doesn’t quit 2 seconds after the ball is snapped. He just stands around tugging at the bottom of his jersey watching the play run around him. The only time we ran to our left in the Super Bowl, the play fell apart on the heels of #76.

Ted in Tampa
4 months ago

The Bucs lead by a tremendous defense and by Tompa Bay are true champions! Now we just can’t let the enthusiasm of winning the Super Bowl distract us with drafting a new offense left tackle! Read the previous Pewter Reports and watch previous games and you’ll see #76 Donovan Smith quit 2 seconds after the ball is snapped on every play. There are a handful of sharp and enthusiastic offense left tackles coming into the 2021 Draft and if Jason Light does his homework like he did to select Tristan Wirfs, the Bucs can get a talented offense left tackle,… Read more »