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Bucs coach Lovie Smith returns to Chicago looking for a winning streak with the Bears coming off a win of their own.
Bucs Banking On Banks To Help Contain Bears Receivers | Pewter Report
Johnthan Banks has continued to progress and is coming off his best performance in Washington last Sunday.
Bucs notes: No plans to abandon run-first philosophy | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Coach Lovie Smith's preference is to move the ball on the ground, but the Bucs have struggled to do that over the past eight weeks.
Bucs Hot Reads: QB McCown recalls Chicago freeze | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Bucs QB Josh McCown has mostly good memories of the two seasons he played for the Bears in Chicago. One of them is virtually frozen in his brain.
McCown returns to Chicago after another comeback | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
TAMPA — Before the season, he was supposed to be the bridge to the future. Then the season began and he was the bridge to nowhere.
Bucs' Leslie Frazier has long history with Bears | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Lovie Smith and Josh McCown have the most high-profile homecomings Sunday as the Bucs play at Chicago. But defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier has no shortage of familiarity with the Bears himself.
Scouting Report, Week 12: Will Jay Cutler carve up Bucs? | Tampa Bay Times
A win changes everything.Sunday morning, a team can't do a single thing well. By Sunday night, they're headed in the right direction. Demands for a new head coach become appeals for patience. The starting quarterback isn't emotional and mediocre; he's passionate and productive.
(AUDIO) RGIII Is Playing As Poorly As Any QB In The NFL " CBS Tampa
Greg Cosell from NFL Films joined Justin today to discuss the Buccaneers win from this past Sunday, and said there were a lot of good things to take away from the team's performance. One of the things obviously that stood out during the game was Mike Evans.
England has a very real passion for "American football," but that doesn't mean the UK wants their own team.