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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: sr@pewterreport.com

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    Horse

    One game at a time. Lets stay focused on the Saints.
    Go Bucs!

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      Bucnut2

      agree with you Horse. This is fun

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    jongruden

    It won’t be this yr and thats ok, we will be there in a yr or two

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    scubog

    Leave it to JonnyG to kill the mood. As long as the playoffs are a possibility, let’s enjoy it while we can…….this year.

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      jongruden

      want to live in fantasy land be my guest its not gonna happen this yr but maybe in a yr or two. I guess you can see I was right in 4 weeks

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        Bschucher

        Its in NO WAY fantasy land. Get a clue.

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        plopes808

        Our upcoming schedule includes New Orleans, St Louis, Chicago, and Carolina. All VERY winnable games, especially when you consider the fact that Carolina’s starters will more than likely be resting.

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        scubog

        You might be right in 4 weeks but I’m not going to tell a patient with little hope of survival he’s going to die.

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    Twistedwires

    Let’s just not call each game a “one game season”. Wasn’t that Schiano or Morris’ thing? That didn’t work out so well. Of course the point is obvious; win or you’re out. But I just don’t like the reminder of the past regimes. Lets call them what they are to us now; pre-playoff games. Or so we dream.

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      JW4Lyf36

      i get your point but it really is one game season time. as a team we have to focus on one team, not all 4. the pressure is high enough already, better to not make it worse.

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    jongruden

    We Lost to guy like hasselbeck, Cousins, Mallet, Mariota, and yet, I have to get a clue like I’m missing something here, lol ok whatever settle down folks we are a up and down team, watch the Colts Game if you forgot

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      scubog

      You’re starting to sound like my old buddy BF-47. Maybe it’s the out of town thing. Him in Tennessee and you in Arizona. Also beat Drew Brees and Matt Ryan. Last I knew they were pretty good.

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    fredster

    Bucs have a decent shot at making playoffs. Yea they didn’t play great against Colts, but digging up old games when Winston hadn’t found his footing yet and we were still starting Jennings at corner isn’t fair at all to base saying they won’t make it. lets beat Saints and see how rest unravels. I for one am thrilled they have a shot in December and we aren’t already talking about how great our draft position will be drafting with 2 wins!

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    ELBUCCS

    Im hoping for the best but this reminds of the year Buccs went 10-6 and missed the playoffs by one game. That one game was a loss to DET after a horrible offensive PI call on K2 in the end zone. Interestingly that loss allowed GB to sneak in as wild card and eventually win the Super Bowl. I just hope that one game that kills us isnt the loss to WAS. If only Sterling & Jude started that game we might be in the playoffs right now!

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    niko521

    I think the best bet is to root for a Minnesota free fall, which is very possible. They have a tough schedule. Seattle plays cupcakes, they’re not going to lose often, but Minnesota could.

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    cremdonado

    So happy we have a decent freakin QB- it seems like the decade plus drought might be over. Post season would be nice but I’m happy with us keeping it close and moving forward as a squad. The problem with a post season showing for me is that it likely means Lovie is back next season.im not sure if the team is playing for him and the amount of penalties we pick up is a sign of poor leadership or players lack of respect for the coach…Winston’s play will take us to the next level- it won’t be Lovies coaching…

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