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Daily Bucs Links: Game day!

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Becht: 3 Keys for Bucs vs. Saints

W2W4: Tampa Bay Buccaneers - ESPN
What to watch for in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' game with the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

SR's Pick 6: Buccaneers vs. Saints | Pewter Report
What are the six keys things Bucs beat writer Scott Reynolds will be looking for in Tampa Bay’s game vs. New Orleans? Find out in SR’s Pick 6.

Bucs Beat: Amid disappointment, some surprises and stars | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — If Lovie Smith could use only one word to describe his first season as coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers it would be this: disappointing.

Off the Field: Gerald McCoy | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Three-time Pro Bowler Gerald McCoy plays a notoriously physical position for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Out of the lineup today against New Orleans because of a knee injury, the defensive tackle opens up in this week’s Off the Field interview about his acting aspirations, love for Marvel comics and even offers fashion advice.

Jackson, Evans on the verge of making Bucs history | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht wasted no time attaching a nickname to the duo, dubbing it the "Twin Towers," further raising expectations for a vested veteran and his raw rookie sidekick.

Bucs can rush to infamy | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — One week after the Bucs rushed for 16 total yards in losing to the Packers, they'll try to avoid another unfortunate piece of history. Tampa Bay needs to rush for 99 yards as a team against the Saints today to avoid having the worst rushing season in the team's 39 years.

Myriad reasons for Bucs' lousy season | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Bucs coach Lovie Smith was asked last week if he wished the season could continue. He wasn't going to lie. He can't wait for it to end.

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers game preview | FOX Sports
A Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat in the season finale against the New Orleans Saints is the lone acceptable outcome. A loss will clinch the NFL draft's No. 1 pick next spring.

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