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    pinkstob

    I would put both guards on this list and take off V. Jackson. I know he caught the game winner and I know he has a wrist injury but he had way too many drops to be on this list.

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      wbfresh1

      I agree with you 100%. Vincent has had to many drop this year. And continue today with I think 2 more. The guards stepped up big. Collins need to play better

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      dotASC

      Agree 100%. Jackson caught the game winner, but it’s impossible to calculate how many possible points his drops took off the board.

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    Horse

    Agree about Jackson and Wright wasn’t that impressive for me because the corners were getting late help from the Safeties. Glennon stayed poised and showed it’s not all about the QB dink an dunk show.

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    chefboho

    I want to know where all the glennon haters are now??? Owlykat???? He performed with great poise and I swear I saw a little “it” factor that everyone swears he doesnt have after a great rookie season. If lovie doesnt stick with him Ill jump ship. Icredible game. We’ve never beat them in pittsburgh for goodness sakes.Great win and im proud of our “statue” back there

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      pinkstob

      Chefboho I’m trilled we won, but you may want to wait until we face a team with a decent pass rush before you start calling out people like Owlykat. The people you meet on the way up the ladder are the same people you meet on the way down. The Steelers didn’t have J. Jones or Shazier to rush the passer. Glennon has certainly earned the right to more starts, but his tendency to throw wildly out of bounds near the sidelines and take 12 yard sacks (same as last year) needs to stop.

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        DrT1066

        Pinkstob, Glennon needs to grow, but believe he clearly would deserve to start even if McGown were healthy.

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        chefboho

        I agree pinkstob. I’m not trying to jump to far a head, but it seems very few people want to see this young kid succeed. You’ve seen what carr and bortles are going through. I’m very happy he got it to stick this time. As far as injuries, we have just as many if not more than half the nfl and you still have to make plays and we did. Im not trying to come off as harsh. I’m just so stoked we won a game and glennon was a bug reason. I believe we had four drops or so as well. Just one man’s opinion and I always enjoy getting on here to read everyone’s insight.

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        Buctebow

        I agree about the 12 yard sacks, who does that? Just go down, don’t run backwards to China first. I am glad we got a win, but MG8 is a backup, not a pro bowler. One game proves nothing to me, other than we have two back up QB’s.

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    EastEndBoy

    I think this game showed me that when we can get a half-descent performance at QB (and good for Glennon, he stepped-up when he needed to, even if overall he was fairly unspectacular) and on the DLine (in a similar way, stepping-up at times, even if unspectacular for most of the game), we are able to play in any game…just imagine how good we could be with a solid QB and a solid DE….we have a bright future when we get those spots solved…good win overall – that’s the sort we’ll need (grinding one out) when we get to a place where we’re challenging.

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    macabee

    Everybody gets an A whether deserved or not. I’m sure I’ll get plenty of opportunities to rag on my Bucs. This day will not be one of them. Go Bucs! I’m ecstatic!

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    creamsicles

    I’m thrilled for the win, but i think we should give a nod to the officials as well (excluding the missed call for pass interference on steelers). multiple personal fouls help keep us alive in the first half.

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    surferdudes

    The Cinnamon Cannon!!

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    DefenseWins

    Good and big win today.

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    Garv

    I was very impressed with Mike Glennon. He’s a gamer and came through in the clutch. I thought the pass blocking was much improved as well. VERY happy! But I believe if Glennon had started in the first place, in game one against Carolina, that we’d be 3-1 instream of 1-3. But the South looks like it will be tight and all of a sudden the Bucs are in the mix. Amazing!

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    Horse

    I agree with Garv. To add to this about the Steelers; dirty team who got away with a lot of stuff. Mankins is making the difference on the line.

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    scubog

    I was impressed with the pass protection that allowed Glennon some much needed time. But I must say, I was most impressed with Glennon for throwing the ball down the field which is something he was reluctant to do last season. On that game winning TD pass he had defenders bearing down on him and, unlike last season, he stood in there and delivered the ball. At least on this day, he played well enough to win. String a few more like this together and we might just have the “QB of the future”.

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      jongruden

      Scu- Glennon is still inconsistent and innaccurate 50% on Sunday btw and by week 12 we will be having discussions of who to take in draft, remember Freeman had alot of great games to alot better than what Glennon had on Sun and where is he now? Gleenon holds ball way to long in pocket, stares down receivers and is innaccurate what he does have is a live NFL arm but hey so did Vinny, Dilfer, Freeman

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    surferdudes

    On that final drive I was thinking about how Glennon beat FSU back in 2012. He was steady, not spectacular that day, but won the game on the final drive. Seeing him get it done yesterday was a huge step in his development. Look at the difference between Mike yesterday, and last year when he got his first start in week four. Night, and day. That’s all you can ask of a young Q.B.,get better. Mike has.

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    stlbucsfan

    Huge win for the Bucs and hopefully this is one that leads to many others. Just like Glennon needs to remain the starter once McCown gets back I think Major Wright needs to remain the starter once Goldston comes back. No more negativity though great win this sets up a huge game in NO next week.

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    macabee

    I like Mike too, but if i’m in the draft this year, I’m drafting a 1st round QB and opening up camp and let it be a fair competition. I want to stay with the idea of having an up tempo offense with a mobile QB that uses both our tall and speedy receivers as well as backs out of the back field.

    I loved the win, but we looked rather pedestrian and traditional doing it. At the end of the year Mike Glennon will be the 4th best QB in the NFC South. We need to take over the division!

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      jongruden

      Mariota is a stud and we would be wise to draft a qb with suck a skil set

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      Buctebow

      “At the end of the year Mike Glennon will be the 4th best QB in the NFC South.” That says it all!

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    bveghte

    Mike Glennon played like a man today under a lot of pressure, and lacking his Nr. 1 receiver (let’s face it, Jackson is rarely open) much of the game. He gives me hope for the rest of the season.

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    fredster

    Glennon is better than McCown. If Lovie goes back to McClown he’s nuts. Fun game to watch for first time in a while! Go bucs!

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    dabucs

    go bucs

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