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In this week’s episode of the Pewter Nation podcast, Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook and Trevor Sikkema dive into the Bucs signing of Nick Folk, discuss why the team let Bradley McDougald walk, and express their opinions on what was probably the worst mock draft selection we’ve seen for yet for Tampa Bay.
Trevor Sikkema is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat reporter and NFL Draft analyst for PewterReport.com. Sikkema, an alumnus of the University of Florida, has covered both college and professional football for much of his career. As a native of the Sunshine State, when he’s not buried in social media, Sikkema can be found out and active, attempting to be the best athlete he never was. Sikkema can be reached at: [email protected]
Side note: Jameis, Mike & Ali make the NFL All-25 and under team… Great work LIcht & crew! http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap3000000794421/jameis-winston-ezekiel-elliott-head-allunder25-team
Yay! You’re on the ITunes now! I can download automagically.
Mark and Scott sound the same to me. Can one of you talk in a British Accent so I can tell the difference between you. Thanks!
Fab Five is far superior to this. Please don’t interfere with Friday’s Fab Five posting in the future with anything less. Maybe post the podcast on a different day of the week. If the superior in-depth articles like Fab Five (and lately, Cover Three) disappear I won’t have any reason to visit PR. That’s not a threat, it’s just reality.
What are you talking about? The podcast had nothing to do with the Fab. Scott took the week off to spend spring break with his family. 45-48 Fabs a year at over 7,500 words is unprecedented. Please tell me where you can find anything remotely close. But if you need to leave, we will be sorry to see you go.
I to hope this feature doesn’t replace SR’s Fab 5. Perhaps Scott was just taking a little time off to enjoy Spring break with the family.
Whatever the case, I will remain a faithful reader and visitor.
I’m Honey Bear. I love the new podcast. You boys sound great together. Obviously you will continue to do Fab 5 as well, I’m not concerned. Keep up the good work on both the podcast and the writing. I love you. Muah.
Love the podcast! It’s the way to go these days, you can listen any time you want to listen, pause etc. I know there’s competition between JBF, Bucsuncensored, Ira and more with this venue. But they’re ALL good No reason not to enjoy them all when you want to. Glad PR got into the game!
My typical routine is to get up early on Saturday morning, read the Fab 5, maybe make a comment, then head to the grocery store so I can be there by 7:00am. Scubog’s life is pretty regimented.
I was a bit disappointed that there was no Fab 5, but it sure didn’t have me reacting like a spoiled little brat who’s mommy announced there was no more Cocoa Crispies (my childhood favorite) and he would have to eat Grape Nuts Flakes for breakfast. As Jon Gruden would say, “Jiminey Christmas”, can a guy who works harder than most of us take some much deserved time off with with his family without criticism?
I enjoyed the podcast since it is PG rated, informative and I don’t have to listen to people with feeble minds trying to express themselves forcefully by throwing out F-bombs with absolutely no purpose.
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