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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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    Good article. I understand the hard schedule next year, but I think you guys are underestimating Winston’s growth in his second year with that 7 win prediction. Hoping for something closer to 10 and a wildcard birth. Fingers crossed. Go Bucs!

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    Once again I will state how tough it is to predict how good a division will be in the next year.
    Also, it is not always who you play, but when you play them which is more important.
    Who doesn’t want the Seahawks early in the season.

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    Also, that’s a pretty good list of hero’s and villain’s. Can’t argue with any of the award recipients for this year, either good or bad.
    I would like to note that Joe Cullen was also impressed with George Johnson play in 2014.
    Just goes to show you what the wise philosopher Cindy Laupner once said is true. “Money changes everything.”

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    Thanks Scott. I gave only one comment – which I’ve said several times throughout the year – I understand that people are disappointed we didn’t get to see more of ASJ this year, but I don’t understand how people can be disappointed IN ASJ because he got injured. He didn’t get hurt on purpose, or hurt kite surfing in the offseason, or fake his injury….when he played I thought he played well – not Allpro but well. Now the guy on offense I was disappointed in was Evan Smith….he supposedly wasn’t the problem on our terrible 2014 line, was going to rebound to his 2013 level…but turned out to be so bad we moved him to backup OG…and he struggled there too…not good.

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    not bad at all. When ASJ was healthy i thought he did okay. I think most of us didn’t really have the skinny on how serious his shold was same for McCoy. I still don’t understand why the HC kept it all such a secrecy. I understand the strategy, but I of all the things to be secret about as to the actual health of a player can’t seriously cause that big of a game plan change for the opposition.

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    How does a player like ASJ become Most Disappointing when he is injured most of the season? By that logic, DT Clinton McDonald should be the Most Disappointing Player-Defense since he was on IR nearly the whole season. You want a Most Disappointing Player? Bobby Rainey!

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      Scubog, you have a point but I think in order to be most disappointing, your expectations must be higher. Everyone, including myself, expected a lot more out of ASJ. I personally didn’t expect a lot out of Bobby Rainey therefore I was not as disappointed with his play. ASJ was expected to be a top 10 TE this year where as Rainey was never expected to be top 10 at his position. That’s why ASJ was most the disappointing offensive player.

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    One more…..Worst coach of the year award…. Lovie Smith!!!Ba Bye!

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