The PewterReport.com staff shares its thoughts on the upcoming Bucs game and pick who we think we win, including a score prediction and a pick-to-click – a Tampa Bay player we think will play really well. Let us know you thoughts and add your prediction in the comment section.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (1-2) AT LOS ANGELES RAMS (3-0)

WHEN: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 4:05 P.M. ET
WHERE: LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM (76,750)
TELEVISION: FOX
PLAY-BY-PLAY: CHRIS MYERS
ANALYST: DARYL JOHNSTON
SIDELINE: LAURA OKMINBUCS
RADIO: 98ROCK, FLAGSHIP STATION (WXTB-97.9 FM)
PLAY-BY-PLAY: GENE DECKERHOFF
ANALYST: DAVE MOORE
SIDELINE: T.J. RIVES

PewterReport.com Publisher/Bucs Beat Writer Scott Reynolds

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are about to play one of the most important games of the season in Los Angeles. A loss to the Rams and the Bucs are 1-3, which would dig this team a big hole early in the season. If Tampa Bay were to fall to 1-4 it would an entire month’s worth of winning just to get back to .500, and with all of those games away from Raymond James Stadium that seems far-fetched. Perhaps as far-fetched as the 1-3 Bucs scoring a second straight road upset – this time against the 3-0 Rams.

But there’s something different about this Tampa Bay team. I have no idea why I think this may be like 2016 all over again with some close losses at home in games the Bucs should have won while going 4-4 at Raymond James Stadium, yet going 5-3 on the road. That outcome netted the Bucs a 9-7 record in Dirk Koetter’s first year as head coach, and the team just missed out on the playoffs. I could see that type of season happening if the Bucs were to pull off the upset at the L.A. Coliseum on Sunday. However, a loss and a 1-4 record might mean Tampa Bay is once again headed for a double-digit losing season.

Bucs QB Jameis Winston
Bucs QB Jameis Winston – Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR

I’m thinking the Bucs pull this upset off because the offense came time life last week against the New York Giants, scoring 31 points and racking up 499 yards. Jameis Winston threw for 380 yards with three touchdowns to Mike Evans, and the two were connecting downfield on deep balls all day. I was also impressed to see Ronald Jones II, who returns to the Coliseum where he played for USC, run for 80 yards and Tampa Bay’s ground game churn out 145 yards, especially in the second half.

That, and the pass rushing ability of Shaquil Barrett, whose eight sacks lead the league, shows me that the Bucs can play complementary football. The secondary needs to get fixed, specifically rookie free safety Mike Edwards, who had a couple of costly busts in coverage last week. The Rams offense is no joke, especially with Cooper Kupp in the slot matched up against nickel cornerback M.J. Stewart. That’s not a match-up that particularly favors the Bucs.

The big question is can they close out games and finish as a winner? They did in Week 2 on the road at Carolina, but stumbled in the final two minutes at home. Maybe this Bucs team is better on the road? Call me crazy, but I look for Matt Gay to bounce back and kick the game-winner this week in a close win for Tampa Bay.

Reynolds’ Score Prediction: Buccaneers 27, Rams 26
Reynolds’ Pick-To-Click: RB Ronald Jones II
Reynolds’ Record: 0-3

PewterReport.com Editor/Bucs Beat Writer Mark Cook

How real is the hangover from last week’s heartbreaking loss to the Giants? Players and coaches all said this week it was over on Monday. But how truthful were they? Sunday’s game against the Rams will tell us a lot. It will also tell us a lot about the Bucs defense. Are they the team we saw in the first two weeks? Or was last week’s performance against New York a truer representation of who this defense really is?

DT Ndamukong Suh – Photo by – Cliff Welch/PR

The Rams have a potent defense – and offense for that matter – and this Bucs team doesn’t on paper at least, match up very well. If a rookie like Daniel Jones and his cast of very average receivers can carve up the young Bucs secondary, what will veteran and reigning NFC champion quarterback Jared Goff be able to do?

Like all games, stopping the run will be the Bucs man focus on defense, and they will have their hands full trying to keep Todd Gurley in check. Of course the Bucs held Giants’ running back Saquon Barkley to just 10 yards last week, but couldn’t keep Jones out of the end zone, a place that he visited four times in the 32-31 win.

On offense, this team cannot call plays scared. Winston is going to make some risky throws and some mistakes here and there. That’s just who he is. You’re still going to have to trust you can go back to him to win the game for you. It didn’t feel like they did that last week after his interception. They’ll need to trust him in L.A. in order to keep up with a potent Rams offense, and throughout the rest of the season.

Cook’s Score Prediction: Rams 34, Buccaneers 17
Cook’s Pick-To-Click: LB Lavonte David
Cook’s Record: 0-3

PewterReport.com Bucs Beat Writer Trevor Sikkema

“Trevor, you’re not really going to pick the Buccaneers, a team that constantly shoots itself in the foot, to beat the team that just represented the NFC in the Super Bowl last year, are you?”

YOU BET I AM, and here’s why.

The Rams’ offensive formula is designed around threats and deception; things like RPOs and play action. During the first half of last season in 2018, 98 percent of their plays were run out of the same personnel with the same 11 players. This means they like to execute both run and pass out of the same looks to keep the defense guessing. But if you stop the run, or if you just don’t fall for their fakes, you force Rams quarterback Jared Goff to be a cerebral passer. I don’t think he is. That’s what Belichick did in the Super Bowl, and that’s what teams have been doing through the first three weeks.

Rams RB Todd Gurley - Photo by: Getty Images
Rams RB Todd Gurley – Photo by: Getty Images

The Bucs have shut down the run game of two of the top backs in the NFL over the last two weeks, so that gives me hope they can do the same to Todd Gurley this week. If they do that, don’t get sucked into play action, and get pressure on Goff, they can win this game. But the secondary has to be better than they were last week. If the secondary can just not leave guys wide open, they’ve got a shot. But at this point that might be a big ask.

On the opposite side of the ball, don’t let Aaron Donald ever get a 1-on-1, especially against Alex Cappa. This game is going to need a lot of O.J. Howard as an extra blocker to make sure the Bucs offensive line can designate two men to Donald all game long. Give Winston time and I think Mike Evans and Chris Godwin can get the better of the Rams defensive backs.

Sikkema’s Score Prediction: Buccaneers 27, Rams 25
Sikkema’s Pick-To-Click: The entire Bucs secondary
Sikkema’s Record: 0-3

PewterReport.com Bucs Beat Writer Taylor Jenkins

The Los Angeles Rams are one of the premier teams in the National Football League for a reason as the roster they’ve put together is solid from the top down.

Their offense begins with an above-average offensive line to protect quarterback Jared Goff and block for an elite running back in Todd Gurley. After that they’ve got a myriad of skill players in Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp and the blazing fast Brandin Cooks.

On defense, led by defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, it starts up front with a front seven that, despite losing Ndamukong Suh to the Bucs in the off-season, is still stacked with talent like Michael Brockers, Dante Fowler Jr. and one of the best defensive linemen to ever play the game, Aaron Donald. Add in future Hall of Famer Clay Matthews at linebacker and it’s an extremely dangerous unit. When you move to the secondary you’ll find two former All-Pro cornerbacks, Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters, with two-time All-Pro Eric Weddle at safety.

It’s no secret why they represented the NFC in the Super Bowl last year and it remains no surprise why they’re among the favorites to be back there again when February rolls around.

For the Bucs to pull out a victory on Sunday they will have to play clean, mistake-free football that starts with establishing the run and being aggressive. Ronald Jones hasn’t seen a better time to go out and have one of, if not, the best days of his young career in order to set up the play-action pass and open up the deep ball for Mike Evans and Chris Godwin.

Bucs WR Mike Evans
Bucs WR Mike Evans – Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR

On defense the Bucs have proven they have the talent up front to slow down premeier running backs consistently, but do they have the speed and coverage skills in their secondary to shut down the Rams’ receivers and Sean McVay’s offense? That I’m not so sure about.

The Bucs do have a chance, any given Sunday as they say, but I just can’t see a way that Tampa Bay puts everything together and plays strong enough to upset the defending NFC Champs

Jenkins’ Score Prediction: Rams 31, Buccaneers 20
Jenkins’ Pick-To-Click: RB Ronald Jones II
Jenkins’ Record: 0-3

PewterReport.com Bucs Beat Writer Matt Matera

I have a feeling that the Bucs are going to be the kind of team that you just can’t predict week in and week out. 

They were favored to win Week 1 and they lost. They were supposed to lose Week 2 and they won, and last week, they were expected to beat a winless Giants team last Sunday at home, and we all know how that ended. Will that trend continue when they are underdogs on the road against the defending NFC champions? I think so. 

The Bucs will go about doing this by stopping the run game on defense. They’ve done a good job of stopping some of the best running backs in the game early in the season. They held Christian McCaffrey 37-rushing yards in week two and Saquon Barkley to 10-yards on eight carries before leaving the game with an ankle injury. 

They face another top-tier back this week against Todd Gurley, but if the trend continues they will be able to shut him down, forcing the Rams to be one-dimensional. Los Angeles will have some matchup advantages with Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods having the speed over the likes of Sean Murphy-Bunting and M.J. Stewart, but should the Bucs have the Rams in third-and-long situations, Todd Bowles can scheme around that.

Rams head coach Sean McVay and QB Jared Goff - Photo by: Getty Images
Rams head coach Sean McVay and QB Jared Goff – Photo by: Getty Images

The Rams offense is good, but they haven’t been at their best yet this season, giving the Bucs a chance to exploit some of Jared Goff’s weaknesses.

It’s all going to come down to stopping Aaron Donald for the Bucs’ offense. It’s got to be number one on their list no matter what. He needs to be double teamed all day, because you know the Rams will line him up against Alex Cappa instead of Ali Marpet. 

If they can hold him up, I see the Bucs offense continuing to build upon their outburst from last week. With a little more play action involved, the Bucs can rely on what’s been a good ground game with Ronald Jones and Peyton Barber to keep the Rams off the field. 

And outside of Aqib Talib, the Rams secondary has defensive backs that the Bucs’ receivers can get separation from. This week, the Bucs show that if they get punched in the mouth, they will punch right back even harder and pull off the upset. 

Matera’s Score: Buccaneers 31, Rams 28
Matera’s Pick-To-Click: DT Vita Vea
Matera’s Record: 0-3

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Mark Cook currently is the director of editorial content and Bucs beat writer and has written for PewterReport.com since 2011. Cook has followed the Buccaneers since 1977 when he first began watching football with his Dad and is fond of the 1979 Bucs team that came within 10 points of going to a Super Bowl. His favorite Bucs game is still the 1979 divisional playoff win 24-17 over the Eagles. In his spare time Cook enjoys playing guitar, fishing, surfing and family time at the beach. In addition, Cook can be found in front of a television or in Doak Campbell any time the FSU Seminoles are playing. Cook is a native of Pinecrest in Eastern Hillsborough County and has written for numerous publications including the Tampa Tribune, In the Field and Ya'll Magazine. Cook can be reached at [email protected]

39 COMMENTS

  1. Scott, Trevor and Matt, whatever you’re smoking I’d love to have some. I’d love to see the Bucs win this one. Until they play a complete disciplined game, I just can’t see it happening.

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  2. Being away from home should be a blessing for these Bucs, not a disadvantage. The home opener for the Bucs was a real stinker with Jameis, the franchise lol, accounting for two scores. For the 49ers! Look for the trend to continue this week, with the Rams front seven forcing Jameis into mistakes, and our old friend Talib reading Mr. nearsighted eyes, and coming down with a pick or two. These next five games will tell us all we need to know about Winston, and it starts Sunday with another bad loss. You might hate me for saying it, but Monday morning you’ll be hating how Jameis played more.

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    • Stop talking about football you know nothing

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  3. I predicted Bucs win @ Panthers and I’m taking them again on road. Will be close one I think. 31-28 Bucs. They have more than enough talent to win this. They have and will shut run down again. Rams aren’t better run team than what we have faced thus far. Bucs will put up points. It’s going to come down to secondary not making stupid mistakes, Gay not missing or leaving any points on board, and Winston and offense have to to play mistake free or close to it.

    Instead of crying to fire everywhere at 1-2 including Winston I see much improvement in several areas on this team. They are stopping run and running ball much better. Hopefully the young secondary can come around before they get below .500.

    Arians needs to manage game better too he’s had some mistakes in his first few games back.

    Go Bucs!

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  4. As long as we don’t lose on a “leaping” penalty.

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    • Never saw that penalty called before of after it was called on our Bucs causing us to lose in yet another unexpected way.

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  5. I’m totally about Matt’s pick to click, I wanna see Vita Vea get his first sack of the year and put a special kind of fear in Jared Goff! This defensive line needs to show up big, and can someone else get home please on defense for some sacks!?

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  6. I wanted to pick the Bucs but now that the staff has, I feel we are doomed. That being said, I feel like the Bucs win this 28-24 with the Bucs stopping the rams on the defensive side. Vita Vea gets a sack and Mike Evans goes over 100 again.

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  7. For us to win on the road BA and his staff need to out coach McVay and his guys.

    The offense can’t keep going to 5 and 7 step drop vs. the Rams front seven or we’ll just get killed. And Leftwich needs to grow up a bit and figure out how to keep one of the best defenses in football off balance.

    I’ve seen flashes on defense, but ultimately Bowles let me down huge last week. If we can continue to stop the run – a huge improvement in this defense – and force Goff into some INT’s, we could turn the tables on these guys.

    Lots of “if’s”……

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  8. No way are/should the Bucs be favored or picked to win this game! That’s just common sense. Having said that, it would be nice to see the Bucs pull the upset! I highly doubt it though! Go Bucs!

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  9. someone has been smoking crack if they think the BUCS win this one

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  10. Well here we are again with another important game and despite how I feel about this coaching staff I just can’t pick against my Bucs. Honestly I can tell you how we could win Trevor hinted at it but I don’t think that is the reason why we win. I have another theory:
    Last week after Gay missed that kick I watched Bruce Arians reaction. It was like watching someone take some bubble gum and blow it up uP UP and then Pop! He was under tremendous pressure from the Home Crowd, Odds favorites, FG Kicker Curse, and everything else that comes with coaching this team. You could see it, 1st half they came out loose playing Buccaneer Football score a TD & then wham missed PAT. Okay no problem, take the next possession drive the length of the field Touchdown & then Bam missed PAT. AT Half time BA started thinking I’m not going to let Jamies & this Rookie Kicker screw this 18 point lead up, So instead of preparing to come out and Win the game he came out trying not to lose, just like Dirk Koetter. Then in the 2nd half BOOM 80yd TD,& YIKES another Winston Int. When momentum shifted the pressure got greater & Greater & BA got tighter & Tighter, Then rookie feeling the heat from the nervous fan base,players, & Nervous Head Couch pushed the kick to the right. Bummer!!! So here is my Theory as to why we win. There is no expectation for us to win. Everybody has counted us out the media, Vegas, even the fan base. We will come and play just like the 1st half of the Giants game but this time because there is no pressure we hold the lead & steal one on the road. Bucs Win! Bucs Win! Pom Poms Waiving Again!!!!

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  11. I wanna go with my Bucs. I just can’t. Been down that road to many times..to many seasons so..Show me and all the doubters what you are made of this week by beating the Rams. Good teams find ways to win despite You..taking away their main threat. And that’s what I see the Rams doing to us. They are a well balanced team. I just don’t see them letting us stop them from getting to 4-0. Not at Home. Some teams Defend Home very well. We are not one of them. Rams do that well.

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    • Well thats just it TW, we are not a good home team but we are a very Good Road Team. Think the Bucs are going to surprise you tomorrow.

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      • As a fan, I actually hope you are right. I’m just not feelin it.

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  12. At least a couple of writers got it right. And when people agree with the writers prediction that the Rams will take this why are there so many negatives (thumbs down)? Are people that blind to whats going on here? We play 1 of the worst defenses in the league and lose. We play vs a rookie QB 1st game and lose. We have another Kicker who cannot execute. Why did we let Matt Bryant go?

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  13. So far this team has shown that they’re not ready to play a caliber game against a good team. Go Bucs! Try your best!

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  14. A win in LA would be sign that I am wrong about Bruce, Jason with Jameis playing whole game for win.
    There is no excuses LA is a solid Top NFL team to beat LA would show that BA is on to something’s here in Buc land.
    If I am correct about this whole clown show with bust QB and collection of fired coaches Bad GM and owners it will show in full color Sunday . The Rams will be playing second stringers 4 th quarter to easy win. If I am correct Fredster spitball and never forget the Chef will be posting excuses again Sunday Night.

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    • At least this post shows what most of us know…………..that you, a supposed fan, would rather the Bucs lose than win, rather Jameis throw an INT than a TD, rather Vea stuff his face than stuff the run and rather B.A retire than inspire. All so you could come to this forum and spew to a bunch of invisible folks in cyberspace.

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      • 15 years of losing 15 years of just enough wins to not be dead last except for 1 year dead last the bringer of Jameis . It is time for new management we the fans of Bucs die a slow death each year hype and crushed hope.
        This year is the year of BA hope and disappointment . Did anyone other than me here the Giants fans make Daniel feel at home with crowd noise I was ashamed

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        • See what I mean? You just proved my point that you’d rather predict a loss and be right than win the game and be wrong.

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        • BAB, I’m always ashamed of my Bucs not being able to defend home base. Teams march in here and beat up on them yearly. its sickening. Yet, the Glazers wonder why more people don’t pay to come see the games. Hell, you cannot even defend home. Can’t sell no seats like that sonny. I’m stayin home and getting snockered while watching this team on TV.

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  15. Hood day all,
    I agree more with Mr. Cook on this one…yes the offense looked awesome in one quarter of the season and against one of the worst defense in the league. The play calling was too conservative in the 2nd, and I dont think Leftwhich has it in him to outdo the Rams D. L.A. will also keep “Shaq Attack” at bay.l, for he’s the only one making noise on D.

    Nonetheless, I will be sitting at the 50yrd line behind our boys cheering my ass off for them!
    Go Bucs!

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  16. We cant be a great road team ALL the time, we got lucky with Cams play..because there were guys wide open he missed….and for Gods sake, let’s WIN AT HOME! It use to suck playing in RayJay for other teams back in the day!!!!.

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  17. There are no easy games in the NFL. The Buccaneers have the advantage of being taken lightly. The Rams are well-coached, experienced, disciplined, and confident. Thus far they have been playing down to their competition and could easily have lost last week. Still, the Buccaneers haven’t shown they know how to win and this game asks a lot of them. I want to see them improve, but I don’t expect them to win. The first half will be close, but Rams pull out a win, 26-20.

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  18. Homer prognosticators rocking a total of 0 correct picks so far, LMFAO. I’ve only got the Panthers right myself. Last weeks game was like watching a catastrophe in slow motion.

    From this point forward you guys are going up against chance just for fun.
    I’ll just use this random coin… Heads it is, the Bucs win in the upset of the week.

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  19. Hoping for a running clock believing it will be a slaughter

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  20. And y’all call yourselves Bucs “fans”. What a bunch of freaking negative nay bobs of negativity.

    I am a FAN! Bucs upset the Rams in a close one, 34-30.

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  21. The Rams aren’t quite an established powerhouse yet, and Winston is capable of both heating up or self destructing any given Sunday (hence my personal misgivings to committing $100+ million and the next 3+ years to him).

    Our OL will have to take it to another level or Lefty will have to be more creative and Winston will have to spend a lot of time outside of the pocket and scramble for several first downs. But it could happen

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  22. If Winston can stay upright, and not throw pick-sixes, We have a chance to only lose by 10 or so. But if Rams are able to pressure Winston all day and our defense stumbles it will be ugly.

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  23. When reading some of these posts it’s as if some folks are actually hoping the team loses…… and all the better if Winston can be blamed.

    I’m rational and realistic enough to know when victory is unlikely. I also know it’s not impossible. This is the NFL, not Alabama vs Poodunk State. Those “shocked the world” games happen all the time. For that reason I remain a hopeful, but often disappointed fan.

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    • Scubog; you are a better man than me. I’m tired of all the disappointments
      I’m sitting this one out and we find out the score and decide then if I’m going to watch what I recorded or not. This is going to be a relaxing day for me as I’m not tuning into the Bucs until they start winning. If that makes me a lousy fan then so be it. Go Bucs! Please get this win!

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  24. Scu, I’ve been one of Jameis’s biggest supporters during these trying years. I would like him to succeed, and always root for my Bucs to win. I don’t want to be right about Jameis, I just know that I am. The 49er game was the last straw for me. I don’t have to tell you how bad he played that day, you saw it. He looked great against the Giants for a half, decent against Carolina. You can’t win consistently with a QB who isn’t consistent, and we haven’t. I’m not a hater, I love my Bucs, I want us to win every week. Sorry if I think Jameis isn’t going to make that happen.

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    • There’s a big difference between fans like you, who merely have doubts about whether a player can succeed or not, and those like Bob who clearly not only expect, but want the player to fail. Me, if they are wearing the colors, I’m cheering for them.

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  25. We always win games that are predicted like this, meaning bucs get clobbered. i believe we will shock many and Ariens will make it a statement to the NFL we are not the same ole Bucs! Bucs win 31-12.

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  26. Only if BA comes in with unseen plays he installed just to beat the Rams and Bowles keeps his foot on the gas all game long disguising defense’s do we win.

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  27. Everybody’s an expert including me, that’s why we play the games. Any given Sunday and all that. Bucs win on a last second Matt Gay FG, on the heels of a great game by Jameis Winston& Ronald Jones II.

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  28. Jameis Winston stats: 15/37 155 yards 1 TD, 3 INT. One of those interceptions will be a pick 6 in the Bucs Red Zone, his specialty. He’ll also be sacked 7 times and fumble the ball.

    Final Score

    Rams 42
    Bucs 13

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  29. Your prediction was real close CaliBucs.
    Final Score: 55-40 Bucs!

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