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Scott Reynolds

Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: [email protected]

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    EastEndBoy

    Lather, rinse, repeat!

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    bucterp

    I will remain a Buc fan even if a) we choose a punter with the first pick. b) we switch our primary uniform color to pink c) we choose Clyde Christensen as our OC.

    I will refuse to be a Bucs fan if I hear the name “Oniel Cousins” next year.

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      cgmaster27

      Thanks for the laugh? That was perfect. There are a lot of players on this team that are just bad. Wouldn’t be starting on most teams in the nfl. Give Lovie another disappointment as well. Why in the gel are yi playing McCoy with this injury in a meaningless game. Just moronic. One step closer to the draft gentleman.

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    Horse

    Add the punter to it. This is the first time I find much of the fault with Coach smith. Time management at the end of both half’s caused us possible points. Very conservative offense for a 2-12 team that is picking at No. 2 spot.

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    Mcpo23

    This guy fumbles too much and hasn’t completed more than 50% of his passes in a long time…..and he gives us the best chance to win??? Lovie is back to his old stubborn Chicago ways. Never liked him as our head coach and he keeps proving me right. Not a happy Buc fan!!!!

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    scubog

    Dashon Goldson should have intercepted the ball in the end zone if he would have been paying attention. No more penalties but no more plays from # 38 either. Another high-priced disappointment. Anyone see a Michael Johnson play? Louis Murphy disappears for long stretches. Saw Luke Stocker wide open but McCown threw short to Jackson. Saw Myers running around by himself but McCown doesn’t seem him either. But to me, the biggest disappointment is Marcus Arroyo. It’s unfair for him but he has no clue how to devise a game plan and we sure don’t know how to execute one if he did. It’s like he spins a wheel on the sideline to call the play. Then, if it takes too long before landing on “throw to Jackson” there are only 6 seconds left on the play clock. Tough to watch.

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    Morgan

    Who disappointed? The entire OL, the TE crew (where’s ASJ?), Josh McCown when under pressure didn’t secure ball, Marcus Arroyo. It’s time to pull the plug on the McCown experiment as well as the Arroyo experiment as soon as this season is over. I hate to even think that this team will have yet another offensive coordinator with a completely different offensive scheme again for this team. There’s been absolutely no continuity with this team since Gruden was fired.

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      Morgan

      ….oh yeah, Goldson has got to make the play and that ended up being the difference in this game – but most of the fans seem to want losses to grab that first pick……

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        Morgan

        oh yeah, Verner needs to make the interception when given the chance…..

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      Uncle Stan

      Disagree about ASJ. He has been a loser since he got here. So far a wasted draft pick.

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        Morgan

        there was nothing to disagree with – I asked where was he?

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    surferdudes

    The usual suspects. I liked when we punted from our own 45 instead of going for it on fourth down. What a joke. I said we wouldn’t put up more then 10 points before the game. Josh, and company didn’t disappoint.

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      Axxon

      That’s not much of a prediction. Neither team can score any points before the game.

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    mattym3

    This column has become what my buddy and I like to call “PR’s list of people they’re obviously biased against.” Sure, I agree with most all every week, but every week there are some stand-outs. This week’s obvious bias: Verner. Dude saves a series inside the 5 on one drive and plays “good” according to the article. Then he misses 1 INT and is immediately in the trash heap of the team according to PR. That’s pretty crappy. Where’s Doug Martin? Oh, that’s right. One good play gets you on Most Impressive even if you suck the rest of the game. My bad.

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    Gulfstrings

    All of the “week-in/week-out” comments – earned comments, have roots going back to the GM. Free agent signings, draft picks and coaches all had to get the OK from the GM. Rebuilding a team means a significant exchange of old for new and that’s what happened regardless of team blowback. There’s an old saying: “Don’t mistake activity for success.”

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    jongruden

    After watching McCown and Glennon this yr it reminds of the yr we had Leftwich and L. McCown, sigh

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      Morgan

      reminds me of a lot of different Bucs seasons – they’ve pretty much never had a real franchise QB have they?

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    Buctebow

    I hope the Bucs are number one at least in one category – 1st pick in the draft! Go Bucs! 2016 (yes, 2016) is looking promising.

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    cremdonado

    McClown is a perfect storm of crappy play~he succeeds so much at failing that he is a lock at the position in Tampa!! Its his job to lose~literally,and he is doing just that by being himself…Im really surprised Tampa didnt snatch a victory out of the jaws of defeat and mire up their chance at the #1 overall pick in the draft…Lets just hope the Eagles take a dump for the rest of the season and lower their pick in the draft~which betters the draft for the Bucs in several ways…Now to just dump our trumped up DC we call a HC…

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