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Scott Reynolds

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: [email protected]

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    Xpfcwintergreen

    Scott,

    As a long time subscriber I had to work to get someplace to leave a comment. As an “oldtimer” I found the new navigation layout less than “intuitive”. That’s right it is counter intuitive! Please realize that I am a retired “IT” , computer professional … with 30+ years of experience. I know “whereof I speak” as I “wore many hats” and went through many “learning curves” over the years. you could say I averaged one every 18 months in order to keep up with the technology changes. … What was my problem? It took me too long to figger out how to get logged in so I could leave a comment. What happened to the ablity to log in from the home page? … As a customer a person should not have to go through a lot of trouble after any site upgrade. …. My next comments will be back on subject, i.e GO BUCs!!! :>)

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      Morgan

      what’s so difficult about logging on and posting a message? I just took me less than 15 seconds to do it.

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        Morgan

        sorry – misunderstood…thought you had problems posting a reply but it appears that you’re really not happy navigating.

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    Horse

    Well, I agree with the score, but it could be the Bucs with the 31. I think you missed another key item in this game? Special Teams. Here’s another one, Turnover’s. We need a fumble and interception. Isn’t Barron banged up and is at best 90%; same for DL Johnson & DT McCoy? I am not even sure if LB Foster will be able to play. This game is about the back ups performing in my opinion.

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    macabee

    Buc win! 28-21. I got a hunnert on da Bucs – a hunnert prayers. I’ve been known to imbibe a little on the weekends, so take that into consideration. Go Bucs!

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    bEubanks11

    I agree with the site layout taking some time to get used to. I prefer the old much more. As far as this article there’s what I believe must be a huge typo in the battle between Breeze and Glennon in the event of a shootout… advantage Glennon? Advantage buccaneers? A shootout favors the Saints in every way.

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    fredster

    Chances are slim but never know. Saints play well in that dome and cannot lost at 1-3. We are 1-3 also buy we are used to it. Lol. Seriously if saints play like they did in Dallas and bucs play like we did in Pittsburg we have a decent chance. Bucs win 35-28.

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    EastEndBoy

    I may be the only Buc fan who seems to think Verner has been doing alright – raking him over the coals because A. Brown is allowed to two-hand him in the back to catch long bomb TDs, seems a bit tough to me. Anyway, I agree the safety play has been abysmal but I blame that on L&L (and previously D&G) staffing the roster with strong safeties and then asking them to play coverage….it was never going to work. Key to the game is undoubtedly the ability to disrupt the Brees to Grahame play – either Barron somehow learns how to cover or the pass rush doesn’t allow Brees time…that will be the game right there. Go Bucs!

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    owlykat

    I think it is really helping having Josh as the QB Coach. Finally, Glennon began throwing good anticipation throws last week and suddenly had the confidence to win from behind. With improved blocking from the OL and Martin that moots Glennon’s lack of mobility and gives us a shot to win this game. Arroyo has also grown into the OC job too. Good article, Scott, as usual! Look for Murphy to be the key if we are to win. He is as good as I said he would be long ago.

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    macabee

    After watching college football yesterday, I’m convinced this is upset weekend. It’s in the air. Bucs Win! Bucs Win! #fingerscrossed

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    scubog

    Scubog’s Schtick Six Schtick #1.) “Take a Trip Down Memory Lane”: Saints fans have short memories due to excessive partying. They seem to have forgotten all about their days as Aints when they all wore bags over their heads like the Unknown Comic. Let’s take them back, way back and allow them to relive the time when the folks in Lose-iana were more interested in having a craw fish boil on Sunday than watching the Aints. Schtick #2) “Jaw Breaker”: Sean Payton never stops chewing and is constantly looking at his play chart and conversing with Drew Brees. Let’s make him swallow that gum when his team chokes at the end when our offense scores late to take the lead and our defense stops their final drive and bursts their bubble. Schtick #3: “Brees Isn’t So Cool” Don’t you just laugh when Drew Brees does his Ray Lewis impression when the team gathers around him and echoes his “woofs”? I’m sure we’ll be subjected to viewing it again. I wish they would give one of those alerts that, “the following may be disturbing to some viewers.” If Brees throws a couple picks his antics won’t look so inspiring. Schtick #4)”Grip It and Rip It”: We can not get too conservative in this game and need to let Glennon challenge their weakened secondary early and often. Once they back away from the line of scrimmage, feed Doug Martin and Bobby Rainey to eat up time and frustrate Payton and Brees. Too often our offensive play calling has played right into the hands of the defenders by trying to run against a stacked line and pass against two deep safeties. Schtick # 5)”Weather the Storm”: The players and coaches need to know that the Saints and their fans are going to be jacked up anticipating an easy victory over our Bucs. Just relax until it subsides and play a methodical game knowing you are equal to the task. Don’t allow yourself to be bullied. Schtick # 6: “The Micks Get Their Licks”: Gerald McCoy and Clinton McDonald are the key to victory. Brees can barely see over the bar at Pat O’Brien’s Pub but has an uncanny ability to throw balls with a high trajectory and find the target. He has overcome his “shortcoming” by his O-linemen clearing out passing lanes. McCoy and McDonald need to get in his face to disrupt his timing.

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    surferdudes

    Mac, you got something more then coffee in that mug? Here’s a toast to hope your score is right!

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    seat26

    Bucs 18 Saints 38 Bucs will not be able to stop Brees. Bucs will get only two TD’s. One from Glennon and one from the running game.

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    wbfresh1

    Bucs win 34-31. The secondary will get takeaways today. Let’s Go Bucs

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    wbfresh1

    Lol I see that. I was wondering the same thing.

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