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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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    dictate2u

    horrible!!!!!

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    Noctus

    Lovie Smith should be on this list.

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    fredster

    This whole team from coaches to players is disappointing to say the least. Just pathetic really.

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    pinkstob

    SR, I’m glad you gave the DE’s their own category on this list. Johnson plays so hot and cold and he was freezing today. The other 3 guys you name have been freezing all year. Great point about the bootlegs. They’re as bad as our LB’s in play action. Time to turn the heat up on Frasier. I’m tired of him escaping blame and Lovie getting all the heat. Lovie may have to personally take over the defense if they players don’t start tightening up that zone.

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    surferdudes

    I remember going to a Buc game against the Lions back in the Bucco Bruce days being down 31-0 at the half. Ahhh for the good old days, now we give that up in a quarter.

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    EastEndBoy

    There literally is poor choice for this award….the list is endless….a sad day in Buc history, and we’ve had far too many of those….

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      EastEndBoy

      Damn – Scott: wish you could still edit your own comments…..”there literally is NO poor choice for this award”…

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    owlykat

    Foster should have been on this list! His losing weight just resulted in him being a lightweight against the run, just as I predicted, and his pass coverage was just pathetic. He needs to get his weight back and move him to SLB and try Lansanah in the middle. Now Lovie should kick himself for not getting Max in the draft at 6’3″ and 260 lbs and as quick and fast as Urlacher. Lovie needs to fire Frazier now and take over as DC himself the way Our HC before Schiano used to do.

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    fredster

    Yes noctus I agree Lovie should be on this list. It baffles me this team is this bad in every phase of the game and especially defense. Haven’t been to any home games this year but every time camera pans to him he looks like deer in headlights. He seems totally confused or something. I’d love to see him actually coaching somone or saying something. Or reacting at all…..

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    scubog

    Most disappointing to me was walking up to the stadium as four busloads of Ravens fans pulled in. Then sitting in my east side, lower bowl, 35 yard line seats with purple jerseys everywhere because Buccaneer season pass holders sell off their tickets on the various outlets. They are eager to pawn their tickets because it’s just no fun anymore. The Glazers, and I suppose all NFL teams, seek to enhance the in stadium experience. Well, the kiss cam, dance contest, Publix Pigskin Challenge and paratroopers can’t overcome the being behind 21-0 before five minutes has passed. Even if the Tampa Bay Buccaneer Cheerleaders (formerly Swashbucklers) wore skimpier outfits it couldn’t overcome being tortured like that. The pinkish color on my face this morning isn’t a little sunburn. It’s a permanent state of embarrassment.

    I know, we fans like to blame the coach and the QB. But in my view, much of the blame for this lies with Jason Licht and whoever is bringing in the talent. Of all of the free agents signed this past off-season, who has impressed? None! And then we have the revolving door that cut players who had at least been through Training Camp for the likes of S Bradley McDougald CB Crezdon Butler and CB Brandon Dixon. That tells me Jason Licht is trying to make up for earlier mis-evaluation by continuing the flawed process. How does G/C Garret Gilkey get cut by the Browns and take a starting role? Because our offensive line draft choices are worse. When we’re pointing the old “flying fickle finger of fate”, don’t forget Jason Licht.

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    surferdudes

    Scubog right on about the free agents we brought in. They all suck. Only point I’d contend is Lovie might be more to blame then Licht. We all worried when we hired coach before G.M., and our worst fears are coming true. The Glazers moved quick to hire who they thought was the best coach available, they were wrong. The Bucs are more a mess from having first time G.M. Dom leading the way, to first time G.M. Licht being hired as Lovie’s lap dog. Don’t think we’d be this bad if we would’ve hired a G.M. like Polian to build a team the right way. The only way out of this hell hole would be for the clueless Glazer boys to sell the team.

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    Buctebow

    They were who we thought they were! Thanks Denny, your quote is applicable today as to both the Ravens and the Bucs. I think we all knew the Bucs offense would struggle against a quality defense and the Bucs defense performed at a similar level to most games this year. I think the only reason we scored any points is that the Ravens wanted their offense off of the field and played prevent defense intentionally, so the offense could get a breather and to lessen the embarrassment. I wonder if the NFL head office or the network asked the Ravens to lay off…..?

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    bucjoe

    Scubog, Gilkey ISN’T a starter; Omameh is the starting RG. However, Gilkey IS rotating with Omameh at the position. Why I don’t know as my evaluation of his play is, while not poor isn’t up to Omameh’s. However, if he is going to backup both G spot AND the C, it is probably a good idea to get him some playing time so he will be ready in the event of injury ton one of the starters. However, if that is what is going on, he should be getting a few snaps at LG and C too.

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