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Film Session: Week 14
Former Buccaneer & Contributor Anthony Becht is joined by TJ Rives as he breaks down WR Mike Evans 2nd touchdown against the Detroit Lions and the hustle play by DE Jacquies Smith to chase down QB Matthew Stafford.

TJ's 3 Takeaways from TB-DET

Upon Further Review: Bucs-Lions
After reviewing the game tape with his team on Monday, Lovie Smith shared his thoughts on such issues as Danny Lansanah's continued emergence, the treatment of injured players and more.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers surrender NFC South race - ESPN
With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers finally officially out of the NFC South race coach Lovie Smith still says he's focused on players who will help him win.

Bucs' Danny Lansanah could have future at middle linebacker - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
TAMPA, Fla. -- In an otherwise dismal season, linebacker Danny Lansanah has been a bright spot for the Buccaneers.

You Have The No. 1 Draft Pick (For Now), Buccaneers – Don't Blow It | Pewter Report
It's time for Tampa Bay to look to the future and focus on 2015. Here's how the Bucs can do just that, forget about the 2014 season and not blow the No. 1 pick.

Winning games still Bucs’ top priority |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Though he admits the goals for the final three games are different now that the Bucs have been eliminated from the playoffs, Coach Lovie Smith still isn’t ready to start changing out veterans for prospects.

Bucs notes: At 2-11, team is playing for pride |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
Now that playoff hopes are a distant memory for the Bucs in this forgettable first season under coach Lovie Smith, Tampa Bay players have to find additional sources of motivation for the final three games.

Turning Point, Week 14: Megatron rolls out and dominates Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
When the Detroit Lions weren't pouncing on Josh McCown like he was a wounded wildebeest, Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson were methodically gouging the Buccaneers defense.

Bucs, out of contention, to re-evaluate quarterbacks again | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — His team is eliminated from the NFC South division fiasco. He awoke Monday with a 2-11 record and the Bucs currently owning the first overall pick in the NFL draft that many believe will be used on a quarterback — either Oregon's Marcus Mariota or Florida State's Jameis Winston.

Dispute over Redskins’ Robert Griffin III could lead to showdown between Jay Gruden, Bruce Allen - The Washington Post
First-year coach Jay Gruden could find himself opposite Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen over Robert Griffin III’s future.