Daily Bucs Links 10/23/12 - The Field Goal penalty

More reviews of the game, notes on week 7 of the NFL season, field goal penalty was for shouting and more news from around the web.

Flawed Ravens, mediocre Patriots and Irish history - SBNation.com
Weekend sports notes.

Five important points after Bucs' loss to Saints | tampabay.com & Tampa Bay Times

Bucs’ Five Keys To Victory Week 7: The Saints Revisited | Pewter Report
Mostly failure.

Week 7 Quick Hits: Hail to Robert Griffin III - NYTimes.com
NFL notes.

Jonathan Vilma tries to spark New Orleans Saints with pep talk - NFL.com
Yeah, totally worked, that, what with the 513 yards given up and all.

Reflecting on Drew Brees' big day - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Bucs' horrible day.

Drew Brees needs to keep carrying the New Orleans Saints - NFC South - ESPN
That defense is too horrible to do that.

Bucs Q&A: Why did team wear dark throwback jerseys in heat? | TBO.com
Because it's throwback day.

Bucs Q&A: Too early to zero in on draft | TBO.com
Of course.

Schiano insists shift on FG block was legal vs. Saints, not flagged vs. Redskins | tampabay.com & Tampa Bay Times
The shift was legal, it was the shouting that wasn't.

Greg Schiano defends decision to designate LeGarrette Blount Bucs' short-yardage back | tampabay.com & Tampa Bay Times

Schiano: "Achilles heel has been the deep pass" | tampabay.com & Tampa Bay Times
No kidding.

Bucs' Schiano stands behind field goal shift, despite penalty | TBO.com
The shift was fine, just don't try to simulate the snap.

Bucs Trying To Forget Saints Loss | Best Bucs Coverage - 620 WDAE - The Sports Animal
Moving on.

Saints Sink Bucs: Most Impressive and Disappointing | Pewter Report
Plenty impressive, despite the result.

"Critical Errors" Cost Bucs Big On Sunday | Pewter Report

NFL says "words," not shifting, were disconcerting to the snap and caused Bucs penalty on FG | tampabay.com & Tampa Bay Times

Dallas Clark has breakout game for Bucs | tampabay.com & Tampa Bay Times
Those are big words for just 51 yards.

Bucs notes: Defensive breakdowns prove costly | TBO.com
No kidding.

Close losses adding up for inconsistent Bucs - Yahoo! Sports
Close losses won't keep up.

Week 8: Bucs-Vikings preview - Yahoo! Sports

[Video] Preview: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Minnesota Vikings - NFL Videos
Just two days till the game.

Pro Bowl Cheat Sheet - The NFC | ProFootballFocus.com
Vincent Jackson offense.

Pro Bowl Cheat Sheet - The NFC | ProFootballFocus.com
Gerald McCoy on defense.

Bucs' offense jelling at right time, Vikings' Frazier says | TBO.com
The wrong time for him.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Week 7 Quick Reads
Freeman had a great game.

ReFo: Saints @ Buccaneers, Week 7 | ProFootballFocus.com
Lots of game notes.

Little satisfaction in Buccaneers' 2-4 start - Tampa Bay Times
Losses are losses.

NFL: Buccaneers penalized on Saints field goal for word, not action - Tampa Bay Times

Buccaneers' Schiano: LeGarrette Blount earned goal-line job - Tampa Bay Times
Hopefully he's unearned it now.

Carolina Panthers fire GM Hurney after 1-5 start | TBO.com
Took em long enough.

[Video] HC Greg Schiano Day After Game Press Conference | Buccaneers.com
Press conference.

[Video] 2012 Game Bites vs. Saints, 10-21-12 | Buccaneers.com

Top Rookie Doug Martin Heating Up | Buccaneers.com
Break out?

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