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Are the Raiders actually good? -
The Raiders have legitimate, young talent and are leaning on those players to earn wins.

The Browns couldn't score from the 1-yard-line against 10 players -
It's embarrassing enough to get stopped on 3rd-and-1. It's supremely embarrassing to get stopped on 3rd-and-1 by a team that didn't send enough players on the field.

NFL picks 2015, Week 4: Our experts have the Raiders as road favorites in Chicago -
Oh Chicago, you sad, sad little football team.

Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald are leading an old man movement for the Cardinals -
Carson Palmer, Larry Fitzgerald and Chris Johnson are turning back the clock to lead the Cardinals to a quick start in 2015.

Mailbag: Stopping Panthers QB Cam Newton
Casey Phillips and Scott Smith answer fan-submitted questions about how important it is to stop the Panther's run game, as well as the improvement Jameis has been making after 3 NFL regular season starts.

Buccaneers Injury Report for Sept. 30
Five Buccaneers missed practice on Wednesday, including cornerback Johnthan Banks.

Mike Evans Eager for Chance to Atone
Wednesday notes: Feeling unsatisfied with his performance in Houston, WR Mike Evans believes more production from him could quickly make Tampa Bay's offense dangerous…Plus injuries and more.'s Bucs Momentum Meter: Week 4 | Pewter Report
Who's hot and who's not in Tampa Bay?'s Bucs Momentum Meter provides the answer as the Bucs face the 3-0 Carolina Panthers this week.

Bucs Defenders Have Hands Full With Panthers TE Olsen | Pewter Report
The Tampa Bay defense will face its first marquee tight end challenge of the season Sunday when Greg Olsen of the Carolina Panthers comes to Raymond James Stadium.

Bucs OC Kotter Disappointed By Basic Errors; Moving On To Sunday | Pewter Report
The Buccaneers offensive strategy should've been enough to score 20-plus points and earn a victory Sunday, if not for the simple miscues that constantly set the team back.

Jameis Winston of Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Cam Newton of Carolina Panthers great person 'to look up to'
Jameis Winston and Cam Newton have a mutual respect. Now the former Heisman Trophy winners are set to face off in an NFL game.

Bucs kicker Kyle Brindza eager to deliver after struggling during Week 3 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Kyle Brindza hopes to deliver a gem Sunday, a week after he missed an extra-point try and three field goal attempts.

Defeating Panthers would be statement win for Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Bucs can spoil the Panthers' 3-0 start and end a four-game losing skid against Carolina with a victory on Sunday.

Bucs Hot Reads: C Hawley claims winning whiskers | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — In addition to becoming one of the best centers in the league, Bucs OL Joe Hawley also wants to have the best beard.

Bucs seek second home game away in $100M stadium renovation plan | and The Tampa Tribune
A potential $100 million renovation project for Raymond James Stadium appears close to fruition except for three sticking points, including a request by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the right to play two regular-season home games elsewhere every season beginning in 2018.

In many ways, Winston following in Panthers QB Newton’s footsteps | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — If anyone can say he’s walked a mile in Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston’s shoes, it is Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

Bucs notes: Evans still working to regain comfort level | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Buccaneers offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter offered a simple answer Wednesday when asked how many passes Tampa Bay receivers dropped against the Texans on Sunday.

Koetter: 'Unacceptable' drops were Bucs' big problem | Tampa Bay Times
Speaking for the first time since the Bucs' 19-9 loss in Houston on Sunday, offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter said he the offense had a good game spoiled by bad throws and bad catches in going 1-for-12 on third downs.

Bucs Winston following footprints left by Cam Newton | Tampa Bay Times
They entered the NFL with expectations that come with being a Heisman Trophy quarterback and national champion. Both were the No. 1 overall picks and went to the worst team in football coming off a 2-14 record.

Bucs, Hillsborough County hit snag in Raymond James Stadium renovation | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The owners of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have proposed a deal to pay as much as $75 million toward a $100 million makeover of Raymond James Stadium, but Hillsborough County and Tampa Sports Authority officials are balking at some of the stipulations.