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Zach Shapiro

Zach is entering his 3rd year covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a writer for PewterReport.com. Since 2014, he's handled a large part of the beat reporting responsibilities at PR, attending all media gatherings and publishing and promoting content daily. Zach is a native of Sarasota, FL, and a graduate of the University of Tampa. He has also covered high school football for the Tampa Tribune and the NFL for Pro Player Insiders. Contact him at: zshapiro12@gmail.com

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    scubog

    I’ll add Kevin Panphile and DeVonte Lambert to this list. The youngsters fared pretty well for the most part. Let’s also give some credit to Roberto Aguayo. Josh Robinson continues to shine on Special Teams. Cameron Brate made a heck of a catch before being injured.

    Anyone see Noah Spence make a play?

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    macabee

    Merry Christmas Scubog, and a Happy New Year to all my fellow PR posters and Buc fans. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Feliz Navidad, or whatever expression makes you feel good this time of year! Go Bucs in 2017!

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    jme0151

    And to U Mac. Always enjoy your posts.

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    GIJoeWasThere

    Anger was the only positive. Everyone else played pretty poorly.

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    Naplesfan

    I disagreed with Mark Cook’s “most disappointing player” list that included VHIII, and I would add VHIII to the most impressive list as the flip side to that. VHII defensed two passes that would have been long receptions, had more solo tackles than Kwon Alexander (6 vs. 5) and he forced the only fumble of the game (though it was recovered by the Saints), which was the closest we got to a take away all game.

    Where I disagreed with Cook was that the blame for the productivity of the Saints offense entirely belongs to the front seven who failed to get any consistent pressure on Brees. Everybody in the league knows that the only way to contain the Saints offense is to get pressure on Brees in the pocket – just as we did two weeks ago at home, but entirely failed to do on the road yesterday. That’s not on the backfield at all. When we got those 3 INTs against Brees two weeks ago it was because of passes forced by pressure on Brees in the pocket. Without that there would not have been those 3 INTs two weeks ago.

    The writers here have it entirely flip-flopped.

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