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Daily Bucs Links: Game day!

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Calling out your NFL coach is the new hotness -
This week it was the Bills, lots of them, calling out their head coaches. Will it work? More importantly, is it a good idea? Danny Kelly and Stephen White discuss the issuem, as well as some lobbying for Cam Newton as the league's MVP

Bucs Activate DT Spence, Waive OL Warren
The Bucs added depth along the defensive line on Saturday by activating defensive tackle Akeem Spence.

McCoy Provides Glasses for Local Teen
After hearing Dennis Harris' story about struggling to see in the classroom and on the football field, DT Gerald McCoy purchased a pair of glasses and a pair of sports goggles for the Armwood High School junior to wear.

SR’s Pick 6: Buccaneers at Redskins | Pewter Report
What are the six keys things Bucs beat writer Scott Reynolds will be looking for on Tampa Bay’s trip to Washington? Find out in SR’s Pick 6.

Buccaneers vs. Redskins Pewter Report Preview And Predictions | Pewter Report
Fresh off their bye, Tampa Bay returns to the gridiron with an opportunity to even out their record through six games of the 2015 season.

Bucs on Evans: 'We just need to get Mike started' in Washington
The Buccaneers need to get more from their top receiving threat, Mike Evans, who has just six receptions combined in the past two games.

Bucs-Redskins Pulse: A capsule preview of this week’s game | and The Tampa Tribune
Here’s a quick look at Sunday’s game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins.

Evans’ magic missing from Bucs’ offense, but he hopes to get it back | and The Tampa Tribune
LANDOVER, Md. — Mike Evans can no longer squeeze himself into the black Gryffindor robe his mother gave him a few years ago.

Redskins' Goldson says facing Bucs 'just another game' | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Former Bucs safety Dashon Goldson gets a chance to go up against his old team when the Bucs visit Sunday, but he said there's no ill will toward the team that traded him to Washington in April for a 2016 sixth-round pick.

Bucs may reach for new heights with future cornerbacks | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs love their height advantage at receiver with a front line of pass catchers who are all 6 feet 5: Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans and TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins.