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Buccaneer Quotes: "0-3 Is Not Acceptable"
DT Clinton McDonald says the Buccaneers' locker room is "shocked" and "angry" after Thursday's loss in Atlanta, but also ready to take responsibility and turn the season around…And other discussions

Four Bucs Who Can Lead the Way
There’s nothing wrong with being frustrated with the Bucs’ start to the 2014 season, but if it’s going to turn around soon, as the team believes, some players in particular will likely be at the forefront

Lovie Smith: Josh McCown still the starter - ESPN
TAMPA, Fla. – A day after a 56-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith stood by quarterback Josh McCown. "

Josh McCown of Tampa Bay Buccaneers will miss at least 1 game with significant thumb sprain - ESPN
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh McCown has a significant sprain to his right thumb and likely will miss at least one game, a league source said Saturday.

McCown Has Significant Thumb Sprain, Could Miss Weeks | Pewter Report
The Bucs could be without quarterback Josh McCown for weeks according to a league source who spoke with on Saturday.

Column: Let’s not forget NFL’s good guys, like Derrick Brooks |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times

Bucs promotion is legal, but does it encourage gambling? |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times

Lovie Smith confident return of injured players will help |, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times

Scouting the NFC South | Tampa Bay Times
SAINTSIf history is any judge, New Orleans' 0-2 start isn't a good sign. It has missed the playoffs the past six times it began that poorly. New Orleans doesn't have to deal with Minnesota's Adrian Peterson, but it's without its top rusher, Mark Ingram (broken hand). Some of Ingram's carries will go to Khiry Robinson, a second-year back out of Division II West Texas A&M who has 283 yards and two touchdowns for his career.

Injured Josh McCown likely out for Steelers game | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Bucs fans wanting a change at quarterback — which aside from coach Lovie Smith might seem like everybody in the free world — likely will get their wish.