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Daily Bucs Links: Making the playoffs

Here's your open thread for today.

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Rise 'n Grind: Tom Brady is too famous for Boston's most exclusive club - SBNation.com
Even Boston's most exclusive clubs don't want him as a member now.

The Onside Kick Family Hour: Predicting the next big NFL news dump - SBNation.com
It's the offseason, but Stephen White, Danny Kelly and PFT Commenter ponder what kind of news the NFL is going to surprise us with this week. Also, a theory as to why a person might actually need to steal underwear.

This could be Eli Manning's last season with the Giants - SBNation.com
The Giants have a big, expensive question to answer about their quarterback.

Best Photos from the 2015 Offseason
The top photo galleries on Buccaneers.com this offseason.

Four Months on the Clock
Exclusive look at Jameis Winston's first days as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer.

Bucs Are 50-1 Odds Of Making The Playoffs, But In NFC South Anything Is Possible | Pewter Report
The Bucs are 50-1 to make the NFL playoffs in 2015 but in the mediocre NFC South anything is possible.

NFL Nation Buzz: Cam Newton, Robert Griffin III, Carson Palmer, more - NFL Nation - ESPN
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters discuss the hot topics in video form regarding each of their teams, including Cam Newton, RG III and Carson Palmer.

Inside Slant: The promise of virtual reality for NFL fans - NFL Nation - ESPN
Virtual reality technology could soon change how professional sports are consumed, and NFL fans stand to benefit the most.

California bill would require NFL cheerleaders to get minimum wage | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
SAN FRANCISCO – They boost their teams from the sidelines and promote them by appearing in calendars and at fan events, but some sports cheerleaders say they are still not considered team employees and are paid what amounts to less than minimum wage.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | 2014 Pressure Plays: Quarterbacks
Quarterback evaluation tends to receive more scrutiny than the Zapruder film. And while the position's magic bullet formula may never reveal itself, one universally accepted maxim is that a quarterback must be able to handle pressure.