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The NFC South reaches a new low - SBNation.com
The NFC South has only been around since 2002, but they've already accomplished something few divisions can ever hope to achieve. Buffalo's red zone troubles, Chicago's missing defense and more go under the knife in this week's Post-Mortem.

Bucs Visit VA Hospital
Buccaneers players and cheerleaders visited James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital on Tuesday to show their support for local military on Veterans Day.

NFC South Roundup: Week 11
The Falcons got the only win for the NFC South in Week 10, in the process pulling within a game of the first-place Saints, who lost a heartbreaker in overtime against the 49ers

The Film Don't Lie: Buccaneers - ESPN
The Film Don't Lie: Buccaneers. Tampa Bay has struggled in the run game, and rookie Charles Sims will get his shot down the stretch.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' punting game is struggling - ESPN
So what's gone wrong with Bucs punter Michael Koenen, who has put up much better numbers throughout the rest of his career?

The State Of The Buccaneers: Week 11 | Pewter Report
What’s going right with the Buccaneers and what is going wrong in Tampa Bay? Find out in this week’s edition of State of the Buccaneers.

What Happens If The Buccaneers Go 1-15 This Year? | Pewter Report
Would Tampa Bay fire head coach Lovie Smith if the Bucs went 1-15 this year or would he get another year? Find out in this PewterReport.com article.

Bucs Lookahead: Tampa Bay at Washington | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
The Bucs seek to end a five-game losing streak as they prepare for Sunday’s matchup at Washington. The Redskins had won consecutive games before losing a late lead at Minnesota heading into their bye week. Here’s a closer look at the matchup.

Greg Cosell's Week 10 analysis: Colin Kaepernick's big plays in New Orleans | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: In a huge game for the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday, quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw the ball as well as he has all year.