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NFC South Roundup: Week Nine
While the Saints got back on track with a big home win against the Packers, the rest of the division suffered losses in different but similarly-heartbreaking manners

The Film Don't Lie: Tampa Bay Buccaneers - ESPN
The Film Don't Lie: Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Maybe the slow starts offensively could be solved by sprinkling in some two-minute offense early in games.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers not getting much action from first-round picks - ESPN
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have only three of their own first-round picks left on the roster following Tuesday's trade of Mark Barron.

Hot Reads: McCoy thinks Bucs should re-sign David | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
The ink on DT Gerald McCoy’s seven-year, $95.2 million contract extension had barely dried before he began urging Bucs management to extend WLB Lavonte David’s contract.

Bucs Lookahead: Tampa Bay at Cleveland | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Tampa Bay seeks to end a three-game losing streak Sunday at Cleveland, where the suddenly respectable Browns are 3-1 at home under quarterback Brian Hoyer. Here's a closer look at the matchup:

Bucs Notes: Pass rush picks up pressure in defeat | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
It didn’t show up in the form of a sack, but DE Michael Johnson might have turned in his best pass-rushing effort of the year during the Bucs' ’ 19-13 loss to the Vikings.

Dotson: O-line must step up in pass protection | Tampa Bay Times

TAMPA -- After allowing nine sacks in the first five games, the Bucs' offensive line has taken a step back in the last two, allowing a combined 10 sacks, matching the most in the NFL by any team in its last two games.

Tampa Bay's Overtime Fumble Was The Most Costly F-up In Week 8
After receiving the ball to start overtime, Tampa Bay could have ended the game with a touchdown drive. But Tampa tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins fumbled on the first scrimmage play of overtime, and Minnesota linebacker Anthony Barr returned the fumble for a touchdown, which ended the game and gave Minnesota the win.

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