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Eagle Eye: Why Winston Is Impressive

Aaron Rodgers & Russell Wilson aren't struggling because of Olivia Munn and Ciara - SBNation.com
Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson are terrible because of their girlfriends ... according to the Internet. Danny, Stephen and RVB have a closer look at what's REALLY causing those two QBs to struggle.

The Bears have something most NFL teams don't: A game plan that makes sense - SBNation.com
Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase is turning the Bears offense and Jay Cutler into a juggernaut. It just goes to show you what a little smart game planning can do ... even in the NFL.

'Thursday Night Football' 2015 Week 11: Jaguars beat Titans for 2nd straight win - SBNation.com
The Jaguars held serve at home, beating the Titans for their second straight win, improving Jacksonville to 4-6, which amazingly brings them to only a half-game out of first place in the AFC South.

Eagle Eye: Chalk Talk
Fran Duffy and NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell take a closer look at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and what the Eagles could expect to see on the field this weekend ...

Scouting Report: Philadelphia Eagles
With DeMarco Murray hitting his stride at midseason and Fletcher Cox bring the heat off the edge, the Eagles will present the Buccaneers with serious challenges on both sides of the ball.

Help on the Way for the Buccaneers?
WR Vincent Jackson and DE Jacquies Smith have moved closer to a return to game action this week by getting back in the mix in practice, albeit in limited fashion.

Buccaneers Injury Report, November 19
Just one Buccaneer was unable to practice on Thursday.

Bucs Players Looking Forward To Philly Rowdiness, Temp Drop | Pewter Report
Not unlike last week’s opponent, there’s an all-or-nothing feel among many sports fans when it comes to Philadelphia.

Bucs Preparing For Philly's Up-Tempo Offense | Pewter Report
Eagles coach Chip Kelly is known for his up-tempo style offense, one that thrives on keeping the defense off balance and forcing them to quickly recover in-between plays.

'I'm here for football,' fans say as Bucs draw crowd for second RED event - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Buccaneers held their second event for the maligned "RED" program aimed at female fans, and they were pleased with the turnout.

Buccaneers: Mark Sanchez might be backup, but he has experience - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Eagles starting quarterback Sam Bradford may be out against the Buccaneers, but Tampa Bay players spoke highly of Bradford's replacement.

Bucs receiver Vincent Jackson practices for first time since injury - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Vincent Jackson has been out since suffering a knee injury in Week 7 against the Redskins.

Bucs Hot Reads: Defending spread offense starts with the run | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — When football fans think of a spread-option offense such the Eagles run under coach Chip Kelly, many probably think pass first, run second.

Bucs notes: QB Winston grew up wanting to play for Eagles | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
Bucs QB Jameis Winston grew up hoping that if he ever made it to the NFL, he'd be a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.

McCoy just seems to be tired | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — A subdued Gerald McCoy met briefly with reporters Thursday at Bucs headquarters. A subdued McCoy is such a letdown. McCoy can light up a room with one smile or a few words.

Randall Cunningham on Jameis Winston: 'That kid is relentless' | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — With the Bucs preparing for Sunday's game at Philadelphia, rookie quarterback Jameis Winston on Wednesday shared that he grew up a huge fan of former Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham.

Vincent Jackson practices for Bucs on limited basis | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Vincent Jackson, who has missed the past three games with a knee injury, returned to practice Thursday but appeared to be limited to some individual drills.