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PR's 2012 Bucs Midseason Issue Is Now Available Online

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Pewter Report's 2012 Bucs Midseason Awards Issue is now available on PewterReport.com for our Pewter Insider subscribers. With 10 insightful columns and articles about the Buccaneers and their performance in the first half of the season, check out PR's Midseason Awards Issue now.
Pewter Report breaks down the first half of the Buccaneers' season and offers up its analysis and insight on the rest of the 2012 campaign. This Pewter Report digital magazine is exclusively available on PewterReport.com. Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscribers can access the digital issue by clicking here.

Here's what Bucs fans and Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscribers can look forward to reading in the 2012 Bucs Midseason Awards Issue.

Dominik’s Vision For Bucs Offense: The Tampa Bay Colts – By Scott Reynolds

Through the draft and free agency, general manager Mark Dominik has built a high-powered offense in Tampa Bay that resembles the Indianapolis Colts in their heyday.

Sullivan In Command Of Bucs’ Explosive Offense – By Mark Cook
Buccaneers offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan, a former Army Ranger, has Tampa Bay’s prolific offense prepared for greatness each Sunday.

Bostad Is Working Miracles With Tampa Bay’s O-line – Dory LeBlanc
The Bucs have only two opening day starters remaining along the offensive line, and have lost two Pro Bowlers to season-ending injuries. Yet Tampa Bay’s offense has never been more prolific thanks to O-line coach Bob Bostad.

Point-Counterpoint: Can The Bucs Make The Playoffs? – By Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds
Pewter Report’s Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate the Buccaneers’ chances of making the playoffs in 2012 and what Tampa Bay’s record will be at the end of the season.

2012 Buccaneers Midseason Awards – By Scott Reynolds
Which Buccaneers are the award winners after Tampa Bay’s 4-4 start? Will Pewter Report adjust its forecast of a 7-9 record for Tampa Bay? Find out in this Pewter Report article.

2012 Bucs Offensive Midseason Grades – By Scott Reynolds
The Bucs are 4-4 at the midseason point of the 2012 season and the report card is in. What grade does Josh Freeman get? Which unit gets the lowest grade? Find out in this Pewter Report article.

2012 Bucs Defensive Midseason Grades – By Scott Reynolds
The Bucs are 4-4 at the midseason point of the 2012 season and the report card is in for the defense and special teams. What grade does the Bucs secondary get? Which unit gets the highest grade? Find out in this Pewter Report article.

Pewter Prospect: North Carolina OT Brennan Williams – By Eric Dellaratta

Pewter Prospect: North Carolina State CB David Amerson – By Dory LeBlanc

Catch 22 (If You Can) – By Scott Reynolds
Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin is leaving defenders in the dust as he makes a run for the Buccaneers and the NFL record books as a rookie.

If you are not a Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscriber you can click here to subscribe or call 1-800-881-BUCS(2827). The cost for a one-year subscription, which includes 10 monthly digital magazines (no issues in June & August) as well as over 200 premium Pewter Insider articles, is just $10!

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