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Daily Bucs Links: Recapping the weekend

Here's your open thread for today.

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The Lions aren't winless any more, despite their best efforts -
The Lions finally won a game. It was ugly.

The Broncos keep winning in spite of Peyton Manning -
Peyton Manning threw more interceptions than touchdowns for the fourth time this season, but the Broncos improved to 6-0.

Titans call ‘bulls***’ over Dolphins’ hit on Marcus Mariota -
Mariota was hobbled after the hit by Olivier Vernon.

Actual NFL head coach John Fox can't be bothered with simple clock management -
The Bears lost in overtime to the Lions on Sunday. Had their head coach been more committed to watching the clock, it might have been avoided.

Cam Newton, Panthers stun Seahawks defense with go-ahead touchdown -
Cam Newton was his best when it counted the most.

Julian Edelman is trying to play with a hideously mangled pinky and it isn't going very well -
Julian, sit a few plays out. It's okay. Also, stop showing us your finger. It's gross.

NFL scores 2015: Follow all the Week 6 action from Sunday -
Week 6 will feature some big matchups between teams currently slated to go to the playoffs.

Jimmy Graham got a penalty because of the NFL's dumb new rule -
The Seahawks tight end got flagged for pulling a player off the pile and trying to keep a scrum from getting ugly. Way to go NFL!

We're going to try to explain the ending of Broncos-Browns regulation for you, but it's hard -
The NFL is incredibly confusing.

The Seahawks led every game this season in the 4th quarter. They’re 2-4. -
The Seahawks led every game this season in the 4th quarter. They’re 2-4.

The Colts ran what may be the worst trick play in NFL history -

NFL 2015 schedule and results: Patriots beat Colts to remain undefeated -
The Patriots were too much for the Colts and improved to 5-0 with a win in Indianapolis. Also remaining among the unbeaten on Sunday were the Panthers (comeback in Seattle), the Packers (holding off the Chargers) and Broncos (OT win in Cleveland).

No Sunday off for Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Lovie Smith
For his bye week, Lovie Smith will transform into a football fan come kickoff of Sunday's Week 6 action.

Winstometer Week 6: Jameis Winston resembles Byron Leftwich | Tampa Bay Times
Jameis Winston had the weekend off, enjoying a Florida State game at his alma mater, but Marcus Mariota was in action.