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Daily Bucs Links: Donovan Smith had a good game?

Here's your open thread for today.

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MMBM: Chip Kelly is running the 'The Producers' scam in Philly -
Kelly is purposely destroying the once not-unproud franchise of the Eagles, and even worse? It looks like he's going to get away with it.

Lions vs. Seahawks 2015 final score: Seattle extends Detroit's season of misery, 13-10 -
The Lions offense couldn't do anything against the Seahawks' defense, which is good for Seattle because its offensive line nearly ruined everything.

NFL head of officials said referees ruled incorrectly on illegal bat in Seahawks-Lions -
The head of NFL officiating says K.J. Wright batted the ball and should have been flagged.

Referees screw up crucial call at end of Lions-Seahawks -
The fumble by Calvin Johnson near the goal line cost the Lions a potential win, and the referees missed an illegal bat by Seattle's K.J. Wright in the end zone that sealed the deal.

PFF: Smith, Gholston Among NFL's Best
OT Donovan Smith and DE William Gholston were among the best players in the league at their respective positions during Week 4, according to Pro Football Focus.

Behind-the-Scenes: Buccaneers vs. Panthers
Behind the scenes photos from the Bucs' matchup with the Carolina Panthers.

Bucs Total Access: Lovie Smith
Head Coach Lovie Smith joined the Buccaneers Radio Network's TJ Rives for his weekly radio show.

Buccaneers vs. Panthers Defensive Game Grades | Pewter Report
At first glance, one might think the Buccaneers defense had a bad day against the Panthers in Week 4. But take away a pick-6, two offensive turnovers from inside the Tampa Bay 30-yard line and a freak touchdown in the third quarter, and you’ll realize the Bucs defense was actually pretty solid.

Buccaneers vs. Panthers Offensive Game Grades | Pewter Report
A few critical mistakes – fumbled snap and four interceptions – will stand out over any progression and impressive performances from offensive players on Sunday

Locker Room Quotebook: Buccaneers vs. Panthers | Pewter Report was inside the locker room following Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers.

Monday Afterthoughts: Bucs' First Quarter Not A Pretty One | Pewter Report
Sometimes things need to get worse before they get better.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers already on brink already after slew of miscues - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Buccaneers have too many players making too many mistakes, and the Lovie Smith era continues to spiral downward.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers looking for accuracy over power with next kicker - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
After cutting kicker Kyle Brindza, who was 6-of-12 on field goals, the Buccaneers are back to square one on their field goal unit.

Video: Mike Alstott’s induction in the Bucs’ Ring of Honor | and The Tampa Tribune
Mike Alstott was inducted into the Bucs’ Ring of Honor to a standing ovation of fans at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Bucs cut struggling K Brindza | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — The Buccaneers rediscovered over the past two weeks just how important accuracy is in a field-goal kicker. Sure, those big-legged guys can wow the crowd and steal you a game now and then. But over the long haul, none of that trumps reliability.

Bucs notes: Smith sees improvement despite 1-3 record | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Their record just keeps getting worse, but the Buccaneers are getting better with each passing week.

Bucs Turning Point, Week 4: Like watching an Adam Sandler movie | Tampa Bay Times
For the past few years, Mondays in Tampa Bay have been tough. You're virtually guaranteed two things as you begin your work week: interminable traffic on the Howard Frankland and radio hosts dissecting the disappointment of yet another Buccaneers loss.

Bucs waive Kyle Brindza, who was part of downward trend for kickers | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPASomething awful is happening to NFL kickers. The league moved the snap for extra points from the 2-yard line backward to the 15 and it has completely messed with the 6 inches between their chin strap buckles.

State of the Buccaneers with Sander Philipse | Football Is America