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NFC South Roundup: Week Eight
The Buccaneers' division absorbed three losses and another round of unfortunate news this past weekend, including key injuries to Atlanta's Peter Konz and the Saints' Pierre Thomas

Da'Quan Bowers' time with Tampa Bay Buccaneers coming to an end - ESPN
The two-game suspension of Buccaneers DL Da'Quan Bowers puts him one step closer to the likely end of his time in Tampa.

The State Of The Buccaneers: Week 8 | Pewter Report
PewterReport.com’ weekly series called State of the Buccaneers brings you what is going right and what is going wrong in Tampa Bay.

Lookahead: Bucs vs. Vikings | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Coming off a bye week, the Bucs seek their first home win in four attempts Sunday against the Vikings, who have dropped three in a row following a 2-2 start. Here’s a closer look at the matchup.

Home not sweet to Bucs so far this season | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Since Tampa Bay ushered in a massive rebuilding plan in 2009, the Bucs have been the most inept home team in the National Football League.

Would the Bucs draft Jameis Winston? | Tampa Bay Times
You can see where this is headed, can't you?

Greg Cosell's Week 7 analysis: Peyton Manning is sharp on historic night | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: As Peyton Manning broke the NFL career touchdown record on Sunday night, he was spot on, especially on his two touchdown passes to Demaryius Thomas.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Week 7 DVOA Ratings
This week's news, for those of you who did not have your televisions on Sunday night: Denver is very, very, very, very good. The Broncos are No. 1 in DVOA for the third straight week, but now they are a No. 1 with a big fat bullet.

Hardy Nickerson Jr. forces fumble while dad interviewed on ESPN - California Golden Blogs
GO BEARS!