The Need for Speed: A Next Gen Look at Bucs-Saints
Using the NFL’s Next Gen stats database, we can learn a lot about which players ran the most and the fastest in Sunday’s game, as well as the efficacy of certain personnel groupings
PR Roundtable: Silver Lining In Bucs’ Week 1 Loss
The PewterReport.com Roundtable features the opinions of the PR staff as it tackles a topic each week that involves the Bucs.
No Bridge Jumping For Chris Simms
Since most of Bucs fandom is wanting to holler about the Bucs offensive line in the wake of the embarrassing loss to start the season, Joe decided to offer up fresh takes on the favorite Bucs talking point.
Brett Favre takes issue with Bucs’ Bruce Arians publicly calling out Tom Brady
Brett Favre took issue with Bucs coach Bruce Arians’ postgame comments about Tom Brady that Favre perceived to be critical, saying Tuesday on his radio show, “I think the last person you want to call out after the first game of the year is Tom Brady.”
Chris Godwin says Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady are ‘turning the page’ after Week 1
Wide receiver Chris Godwin said he and his teammates are still trying to develop chemistry with new QB Tom Brady, and that they will all “fix these little things” and “be good” moving forward.
Know your Foe: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
There’s a new sheriff in Tompa Bay.
Bucs Submit Practice Squad Protection List for Week Two
Tampa Bay will use its Week Two practice squad protection options on WR Cyril Grayson, K Greg Joseph, ILB Chapelle Russell and CB Mazzi Wilkins/
NFL Week 2 Power Rankings: Panthers remain in bottom tier after 34-30 loss to Raiders – Cat Scratch Reader
Despite a close loss to a pretty good Raiders team, the Panthers are still among the bottom feeder teams in the power rankings in Week 2.
Statistically Speaking: Breaking down Atlanta’s Week 1 numbers – The Falcoholic
Recapping this week in stats for the Falcons.
UPDATED: Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas reportedly expected to miss “several weeks” with high ankle sprain – Canal Street Chronicles
Without Michael Thomas, the Saints will lean on Emmanuel Sanders and company to get the offense on track.