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Mark Cook currently is the director of editorial content and Bucs beat writer and has written for PewterReport.com since 2011. Cook has followed the Buccaneers since 1977 when he first began watching football with his Dad and is fond of the 1979 Bucs team that came within 10 points of going to a Super Bowl. His favorite Bucs game is still the 1979 divisional playoff win 24-17 over the Eagles. In his spare time Cook enjoys playing guitar, fishing, surfing and family time at the beach. In addition, Cook can be found in front of a television or in Doak Campbell any time the FSU Seminoles are playing. Cook is a native of Pinecrest in Eastern Hillsborough County and has written for numerous publications including the Tampa Tribune, In the Field and Ya'll Magazine. Cook can be reached at mark@pewterreport.com

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    I just hope some of the fans expectations are realistic. This is a 5-10 win team at this point and I have no clue where we will be at the end of the year. Like all fans I hope it is 10 wins and not 5 wins. Go bucs.

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    I don’t agree Horse. I know you are being cautious, but this is a 6-10-to 9-7 team. Many games were lost last year by a few points late. Two in OT.

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      You DO agree. 6 to 9 wins fits into his 5 to 10 win parameter. I believe 10 wins is a reasonable goal with this OC and Winston at QB. The Defense will be better, and won’t have to shoulder the whole load. This team will have balance IMO. The only other team in the history of the franchise with balance, won the SB. In the near future, I believe it will happen again. Things are coming together for our Bucs.

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    Always appreciate the Glazer family taking time to speak to the media. They should do that a little more often. Not like Jerry “Facelift” Jones, who loves the camera. Refreshing to hear Bryan refuse to give a date when the indoor facility will be completed. Most set the date, don’t do things timely, allow the architect to take too much time to design and leave the poor contractor with whatever time remains.

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      An inflatable facility doesn’t need an architect or a contractor, only an electrician to power up the fans. The Lions had one outside the SilverDome in Pontiac Michigan. My wife was one of the electricians there.

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