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The Crow’s Nest: Kwon’s life

http://www.authenticstampabaybuccaneers … len-jersey , starting RB, and lookin’ around the NFC South Bucs-Falcons: Things to watch in Monday’s 8:30 p.m. gameTAMPA — The Buccaneers and Falcons have each won three straight games on Monday nights as they face each other on a national platform tonight at Raymond James Stadium.PewterReport.com Preview And Predictions: Falcons vs. Buccaneers | Pewter ReportThe Bucs host the Falcons on Monday night and the Pewter Report staff shares our thoughts on the game and predict the final outcome.Patriots vs. Steelers: New England wins with a little catch rule help - SBNation.comThe Steelers appeared to score a go-ahead touchdown in the final seconds, but the NFL’s catch rule said otherwise.Bucs LB Kwon Alexander Opens Up About Personal Life, Football - Buccaneers.comLinebacker Kwon Alexander discusses his personal life and the game of football.Who should the Tampa Bay Buccaneers start at RB in Week 1? - NFL VideosNFL Network's Terrell Davis and Lindsay Rhodes discuss which running back should start for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for week one of the regular season.10 thoughts on what to watch in Sunday’s Bucs-Saints opener – The AthleticFor Drew Brees to have three-plus interceptions and zero touchdown passes in a game, like he did against the Bucs in 2016, is a real anomaly -- he's done it only one other time in the past five years.Cover 3: Thoughts On Bucs' 53; Film Review On New DE Nassib | Pewter ReportWhen the end of July rolls around, we all write the sentence, “It’s finally here” – football season, that is. That’s when training camps begins for most NFL teams, and though we are excited to have football back for the first time in months, that feeling of excitement is quickly turned into a sense of “let’s just get to the regular season already!”NFC South 2018 divisional preview: Falcons, Saints, Panthers, Bucs - The FalcoholicHow do the other three NFC South teams stand as the beginning of the 2018 NFL season approaches? We take a closer look at the state of the division in Week 1.Ira Dives Into Roster Shakeups http://www.authenticstampabaybuccaneers … aul-jersey , The Playcaller Decision, Widespread Fan Optimism - JoeBucsFan.comThe hot Bucs topics and the excitement and intrigue of opening day are consuming the Sage of Tampa Bay sports on today’s Ira Kaufman Podcast.Bucs Release Week 1 Depth Chart - JoeBucsFan.comJoe’s not going to overblow this since it’s often meaningless and little more than the Bucs (or any other team) complying with a league rule. Fitzmagic has taken the league by storm. Ryan Fitzpatrick followed up his insane week one performance versus the New Orleans Saints with another tremendous performance against the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. But he’s not the only quarterback who is off to a hot start. Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes is also lighting up the league. But in Tampa Bay Fitzpatrick’s stunning play has raised debates and important questions alike. Should Fitzpatrick keep the starting quarterback job? For how long? How long can he keep up this play? Is there any historical precedent for this? If so, can that tell us anything about how Fitzpatrick might play going forward? Can a hot start lead to a good season, or is it just a fluke?It’s a question Football Outsiders and Justis Mosqueda of Optimum Scouting both asked, and they both approached the problem in a similar manner and came out with similar results - by taking defense-adjusted yards above replacement (DYAR) (Fitz has 478) and adjusted yards per attempt (AY/A) (Fitz is at 15.3). Football Outsiders (FBO) states that only Tom Brady in 2011 has ever gotten off to a hotter start. Of the 18 players that made the list that started somewhat similarly, most are in the Hall of Fame, or will be. It includes Brady, Peyton Manning, John Elway, Jim Kelly, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and guys like Drew Bledsoe and Donovan McNabb. But it’s important to note that most of these seasons by these guys don’t even come close to what Fitzpatrick has done.Mosqueda had this to say:But what do these numbers tell us about how Fitzpatrick might play the rest of season? FBO says:So there doesn’t seem to be a great analog for Fitzpatrick, as the only real journeyman to ever do anything similar to what he’s doing is...Brad Johnson Youth Gerald McCoy Jersey , who did it with Washington in 1999. This Bucs defense is not that. Despite that, Mosqueda writes:Fitzpatrick’s career average AY/A is 6.16, and has only one other season above 7 AY/A, with Houston in 2014. Despite his averages, Fitzpatrick has placed himself well in continuing to be one of the better quarterbacks in the league this season. It’s also important to remember that it’s not just Fitzpatrick and Mahomes lighting it up. The whole league is having success passing, though of course to a smaller degree:So what can we take away from all this? First, that Fitzpatrick is doing something truly unprecedented for the type of player he is, and is standing out even in a bonkers passing environment. Even if it’s impossible for him to sustain this level of play, he is still more likely to play better than he ever has before, and that bodes extremely well for Tampa Bay’s playoff chances. The NFC is loaded though, so the Bucs will probably have to win 9 of their remaining 14 games to finish 11-5 to feel comfortable making the playoffs.

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