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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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    georgehicks

    I THINK THAT TAMPA IS NOW STARTING TO SHOW THE REDSKINS AND REST OF THE LEAGUE. THAT TAMPA COULD GIVE A LOT OF TROUBLE TO REST OF THE LEAGUE IN 2015. I HOPE TAMPA GOES UP TO CHICAGO AND SHOWS THEM WHY MIKE EVANS IS SO SPECIAL, AND IF THEY TRY TO DOUBLE TEAM EVANS THEN JACKSON COULD HAVE A FIELD DAY. I HOPE LOVIE WILL POUND THE BALL DOWN CHICAGO THROATS WITH RAINEY & SMITH COMBINATION. AND THE DEFENSE STARTING TO JELL. ALSO WHY NOT WIN FINALLY AT HOME VS CINCY-GO BUCS

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      Dbuc63

      georgehicks–Good to hear from you again!

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    pinkstob

    Great article SR. I agree on all your assessments.

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    chuckbville

    One area of warning. Our rookies are not used to a season as long as 4 pre-season and 16 regular season games.
    Lets not put too heavy a load on Evans. Just saying.

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    Horse

    Lets carry this forward and focus on the Bears. They are beatable, but we have to play even better against this team. Go Bucs!

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    jongruden

    I think we touched a few areas of why we are as bad as we are but missed a few other key areas for ex. Free agents underperforming like Verner, Dietrich-Smith, A Collins, Myers, Gholdson. Second reason- inconsistent play from Bucs qb’s, third- Playcalling on offense has been conservative fourth- players aren’t executing the cover two scheme with success fifth- zero running game sixth- O-Line has been abismal last but no least- I don’t even recognize the guys in our secondary anymore I think they pulled them right from the street and threw a jersey on them and to be honest there are more factors these are just off the top of my head

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    Buctebow

    The Bucs are getting better, but better doesn’t equal wins, just the possibility of wins. I am curious if the improvements were a flash, or if they will continue.

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    cremdonado

    These late season surges I believe do more harm than good…Yes we want something positive to look at for the season but with every win down the road kinda screws us for next years draft…If McClown pulls another win or 2 together then tanks the rest of this season~next year we enter yet another new season with a question Mark at QB and at the same time those two wins have moved us out of range of elite talent or cause us to give up picks to move back up to where we would have been if we just lost out…

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      Dbuc63

      with 2 more wins we will equal last year and we picked Evans

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        macabee

        Good observation, Dbuc63!

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    owlykat

    One thing is certain, with proper OL play, Josh can play well enough to win a Super Bowl next year. He also can train a franchise QB for the future. Too bad Lovie kept Josh on the bench when he could play just to find that Glennon is the Albatross just as I said from the first of this year. Glad Lovie is winning now just as Dungy did his first year!

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    scubog

    For those of you who would choose to lose games to secure a higher draft position, I invite you to sit in the stands with me and endure such things as “Let’s go Panthers”, Let’s go Rams”, Let’s go Vikings”, “Let’s go Ravens” followed by that obnoxious “O!” and look forward to “Who Dey?”, “Go Pack Go” and “Who Dat?” chants. Then try to remain gracious in defeat ignoring the snickers, the insults, high- fiving fans wearing the opponents jersey acting like they just won the Superbowl and then tell me you want to have Roger announce, “With the first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select” ……………….We’ve made bad choices and good choices at virtually every draft slot. Get it right and it doesn’t matter.

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    cremdonado

    @dbuc63~ but in the same range we picked Barron,Adams,and Caddy~and we all know where those picks went..Also Clayton had a good season than sucked it up~ until the end of next season~its really too early to tell with Evans…We really need to address the talent evaluation and those in charge in Tampa~the miss to hit ratio isnt what it should be if this is a team that needs to get better..

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