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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: [email protected]

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    Horse

    I see it worse than this scoring prediction. Bucs 20; Falcons 34. I might eat my words, but I don’t believe in McCown; haven’t since I saw him Tampa Stadium back in August. The only saving grace might be the Falcons have a beat up offensive line and Ryan may not be as effective because of it. It won’t be our Defense that does it. This is our last chance for a win.

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    SCLOBERNOCKER

    Until I see some consistency on DL from someone not named Gerald McCoy, I refuse to believe they have the advantage on anything.

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    Morgan

    Is this the prediction article? PR has neglected to post the prediction contest for several weeks.

    In my expert opinion, Bucs 28, ATL 17.

    Go Bucs.

    Size XL t-shirt if I win.

    Thanks

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      Mark Cook

      One winner per season. Sorry Morgan.

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      Mark Cook

      And you are wrong Morgan. Several weeks? How about one week, last week. I was in Cleveland and did forget to post the blog, but there has been one every week

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    fredster

    31-10 Falcons. McCown stinks. We couldn’t beat Vikings at home with two weeks to prepare don’t see them beating Falcons.

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    scubog

    Funny how we’re thinking the Bucs might take advantage of some of the Falcon’s poor rankings when our mighty Bucs rank even lower. I’m not going to assume that just because the Falcons had virtually everything go in their favor in the last game that the same thing is going to happen again. That blowout wasn’t a true representation of either team today. It’s all about attitude. In each of the two games when we played the role of the Washington Generals playing the Harlem Globetrotters; our players quite simply were in disbelief and did little to stop the can of whoop a$$ that got opened on them. The Falcons and Matt Ryan, like the Saints and Drew Brees are more mortal when they leave their little domes. For once, this season I’d like to exit the stadium without having to dodge the opponent’s fans cheering and chest-bumping each other. Our once loyal fans have become apathetic and find it easier to just sell their tickets to the visitors. I’m hoping the return of McCown with his ability to run a little to actually pick up a first down, along with the debut of Charles Sims can put a few more points on the board to make up for our weakened secondary and poor drops into coverage by Mason Foster. As Paul McCartney would say to #59, “Get back Loretta!”

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    sunshineben

    As a season tkt holder ,lets hope the bucs don’t win this game . Bucs need a top pick to draft a qb so why want them to win now?

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    macabee

    Nothing from nothing leaves nothing. However this turns out, I will have something to be happy about!

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    EastEndBoy

    The only meaningful changes we have since last getting steamrolled by the Failcons are all negative (minus 4 starters)….now admittedly those guys played more like 3rd stringers but how can anyone honestly expect the Bucs to play any better – it’s the same garbage we’re going to trot out there today – why should we expect a different result????

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    JackinJersey

    Magic from Mc Cown. For God sake, just stop Scott.

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    Horse

    After watch Mariota and Winston last night I still don’t know if they are worth a top 5 spot in the draft.

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      76Buc

      Not sure what game you were watching Horse, but Mariota looked great last night. I say that as someone who has not been a big fan. I watched him play in high school here in Hawaii and was not impressed. But I was last night.

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    chosen1

    Living here in Montana, I get to watch a lot of PAC 12 games, and what I saw last night in the game Oregon and Utah. It was the Mariota show, he didn’t get a lot of help from his receivers but he made alot of plays with his legs. By the way the Utah front four is one of the best in the nation.

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