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Lovie Smith: "Josh McCown Is Our Starting Quarterback"

Yes the headline of this article is correct, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith has announced that the team will continue to roll with quarterback… 206 more words

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Falcons destroy the Buccaneers; questions for Sunday's games

Don’t let the final score fool you. A 56-14 win by Atlanta over Tampa Bay isn’t indicative of how lop-sided last night’s game was. In fact, it was worse. 604 more words

Instant Analysis: Atlanta Falcons 55- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14

No, that isn’t a typo, the Atlanta Falcons really dropped a 55-point hammer down on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football.

The Falcons, coming off of one of the worst offensive performance’s of Matt Ryan’s career came out fast and furious on offense, scoring 35 first half points and cruised from there on out to move to 2-1 on the season, and the Falcons did all of this without Roddy White who was a late scratch. 986 more words

Fantasy Sports

What Is Going on Down South?

Wasn’t it just 3 weeks ago that everyone was writing the Panthers off? After winning the division last year, all of a sudden the Carolina Panthers… 836 more words

FreshTake NFL Wrap: Week 2

Will the real NFL please stand up?

The theme for Week 2 of the NFL season was change as teams that we thought we had a grasp of after Week 1 did a total about face seven days later. 905 more words

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NFL 14: Week 3 Matchup Predictions

As I said in the not to distant past,  when it comes to predicting the outcome of an NFL game, expect the unexpected. How else do you explain the Browns victory over the Saints? 587 more words

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Reactions to Week 2

After Week 1, I broke down some of the overreactions that people would make after the first batch of NFL regular season games. Now, after the season’s second week, there will still be plenty of overreactions to the early action but there are also some telling assessments we can make about the first two weeks. 1,212 more words

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