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Daily Bucs Links: Happy Thanksgiving!

Here's your open thread for today.

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Defensive Improvement Starts on 3rd Down
After a rough start to the season, Tampa Bay's defense has been one of the league's best on third downs over the last five weeks, leading to a sharp decline in the Bucs' points allowed

Scouting Report: Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals are trying to complete a sweep of their current three-game road swing, and they'll look to QB Andy Dalton and RBs Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard to lead the way

Tampa's Ray Jay Bar caught serving water as booze - WFLA News Channel 8
While the Bucs stumbled on the field, their concessions vendor, Aramark, also dropped the ball.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Demar Dotson: Home losses 'disgusting' - ESPN
Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Demar Dotson on being winless at home: Disgusting to think about

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' defense has been surging - ESPN
There has been one area where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been trending up for the last month or so: defense.

Bucs Hot Reads: Two ex-Bengals face former team |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Two Bucs starters who signed as free agents from the Bengals within a day of each other in March are set to face their former team on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.

Bucs notes: CB Banks improving along with defense |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
According to Bucs defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, the development of young CB Johnthan Banks mirrors the general improvement in Tampa Bay’s defense.

Bucs consider stronger commitment to run game |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
The running game, the base upon which all the Bucs wish to do when they have the ball, is broken. Truth be known, it’s pretty much been that way all season.

Broke and broken - City & Region - The Buffalo News
ORLANDO, Fla. – Those closest to Darryl Talley are terrified. His wife, daughters and former teammates openly cry for him. They lament what has befallen him. They dread what his future might hold.