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Daily Bucs Links 10/2/11 - Gerald McCoy is the Bucs' best defensive lineman, Jon Gruden returns to Tampa

Bucs Beat: McCoy having impact on games |
Roy Cummings writes that McCoy is the Bucs' best defensive lineman, and it's impossible to disagree with that after watching the tape. 

Gruden calls first visit to One Buc in nearly three years 'emotional' | & St. Petersburg Times
Jon Gruden was with the Bucs for eight years before getting fired. That had to be tough. 

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden doesn't hide emotions in return as ESPN broadcaster - St. Petersburg Times
Gruden brought this town a Super Bowl, that's certainly something to be very grateful for. 

Gruden is not forgotten by Bucs |
Raheem Morris heaps some praise on his former boss. 

Unknown Bucs have a lot to love - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Pat Yasinskas goes over a number of unknown Bucs. 

With Cody Grimm out, role change coming for Bucs' Sean Jones | & St. Petersburg Times
Sean Jones will be closer to the line of scrimmage and not play as the deep safety as much. 

Indianapolis Colts last visit to Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2003 featured inexplicable comeback - St. Petersburg Times
Ugh, that game. 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 10 Greatest Games on Monday Night Football - SB Nation Tampa Bay
SB Nation Tampa Bay takes a look at the best Monday Night Football games in Bucs history.

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[Video] NFL Videos: Youngry Bucs go primetime
NFL Network talks to Mike Williams. 

[Video] NFL Videos: Playbook: Colts vs. Buccaneers
The NFL Playbook crew talks about the upcoming Monday Night matchup. | The QB Blast: Bucs Look Very Dungyesque - Tampa Bay Bucs Football
One game won on defense and everyone's talking about Dungy. 

Freeney Impressed With Buccaneers | Pewter Report
An opponent says something positive about the Bucs. I am shocked. Shocked, I say!

Black Returns to Practice |
Quincy Black could return to the starting lineup against the Colts

Tampa Bay Buccaneers definitely won't miss Indianapolis Colts star quarterback Peyton Manning - St. Petersburg Times
If Peyton Manning were the starter, they'd have only a small chance of winning instead of being a ten-point favorite. 

NFL defenses are being challenged |
I think this offensive explosion was more a consequence of the lockout, as defenses struggled to play up to their level. I think that we'll see defenses improve massively over the next weeks. 

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
The NFP Sunday Blitz talks about Joe Flacco improving his game and the NFL using motion tracking software to analyze games.