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Daily Bucs Links: Who goes into the Hall of Fame?

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Here's your open thread for today.

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Pete Carroll, Bill Belichick are redefining 'coach speak' - SBNation.com
How do a pair of 60-something head coaches connect with a roster full of 20-something NFL players?

How the Patriots and Seahawks skimped on receivers and still made the Super Bowl - SBNation.com
The Patriots and Seahawks have never had any attachment to their wide receivers. They may be better for it.

How long can the Seahawks' defense stay on top? - SBNation.com
Derrick Brooks breaks down what makes Seahawks' defense so strong.

Dungy's Next Stop Should Be Canton
Tony Dungy revived a moribund franchise in Tampa then went on an unprecedented run of success in Indianapolis, and that should land him in the Hall of Fame among the NFL's other winningest coaches.

2015 Hall of Fame finalist: John Lynch - ESPN
Longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety helped make team's Tampa 2 scheme a success.

Analysis: Dungy, Lynch face uphill road in Hall of Fame vote | Tampa Bay Times
PHOENIX — If only the voters for the Pro Football Hall of Fame could see what Tony Dungy inherited when he took over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Reche Caldwell sentenced to 27 months | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Former NFL wide receiver Donald Reche Caldwell was sentenced Friday to 27 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to a drug charge.

No Quick Fix for the Bucs Offensive Line » BucsBrief Podcast
It’s hard to argue that the worst performing unit of the 2014 Tampa Bay Buccaneers was something other than the offensive line. It was, at times, just as it states – offensive!