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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: sr@pewterreport.com

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    This guy was all over the place. It’s good to see some pressure off of the edge as we all haven’t seen that since the great Simeon Rice. The key is doing it week in and week out. However the fact that he is so young is a huge bonus for us.

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    we also need to see something from the other side.

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    Keep it up! What a game he had against Saints Titans game was solid too. This is first time I’ve had any excitement about our pass rush in very long time.

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    Hoping Evans gets 100% healthy soon. Austin-Sefarian Jenkins is now out for 4 to 6 weeks (per ESPN) with an apparent shoulder injury.

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    Last time I did math, 6.5 + 4.0 = 10.5 not 9.5. Scotty, you’re cheating the man out of a sack!

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    J Smith is looking like he could turn out to be the edge rusher we’ve been looking for. Too soon to tell for sure but he’s showing great promise so far. We’re looking good in the middle and on one side of the line. Now we just need to address the other DE spot and we should have a decent pass rush going. Go Bucs!

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    Told the guy sitting next to me during the Titans pasting about the Patriots getting waxed by the Chiefs last year.
    In the NFL special, Belicheat talks about the game and how when he watched the tape he saw how none of the players gave up or quit even though they were getting pasted so he knew they could work things out.
    “On to Cincinnati,” Belicheat said after the game in his monotone voice.
    Smith got his sack in the fourth quarter and although some people scoffed about it, I saw him as a player who wasn’t going to quit if they were down 100 points.
    That’s another reason why I have to laugh when all of these meatheads want another more emotional type high school coach to come in and yell, scream and give motivational speeches during halftimes.
    “On to Cincinnati,” Belicheat.
    If you think Lovie is unemotional and can’t win because of it, then you don’t watch much NFL football or Bill Bellicheat pressers.
    “On to Houston.”

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    I think the guy is making the league minimum of $550,000 so that $50 gift certificate could come in handy.
    If he breaks double digit sacks this year I hope the Bucs seriously consider giving him a raise.

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    It was nice to see a DE coming off the edge and applying pressure while the DT’s push the middle. Now let’s see if it keeps up over the course of the season. At this point # 56 looks like a great find in the proverbial scrap heap.

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