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Daily Bucs Links: Jameis Winston, game manager

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MMBM: Russell Wilson doesn't love God enough to win - SBNation.com
NFL QBs are locked in a custody battle for Jesus Christ, and the future leader of the free world has some thoughts on Joe Flacco.

What happened in the NFL on Sunday, Week 2: The NFC East is the new NFC South - SBNation.com
The NFC East is a disaster, underdogs were the big winner across the league and lots more from an action-packed Sunday.

The Bills followed Rex Ryan's lead: All talk and no action - SBNation.com
Rex Ryan's bluster had the Bills and their fans hyped to beat the Patriots. It backfired.

Jets vs. Colts 2015 final score: Indy's offense melts down in 20-7 loss - SBNation.com
The Colts couldn't recover after their offense melted down for most of three quarters against the Jets.

Gen. Andrew Luck writes home after a disastrous start to the Colts' 2015 campaign - SBNation.com
Battered and bloodied from a winless start to the 2015 campaign, Gen. Luck finds a brief respite to reflect on the hardships in a letter to dearest Abigail.

Defensive Game Grades: Buccaneers vs. Saints | Pewter Report
The Buccaneers defense forced three takeaways on Sunday, while holding Drew Brees to 255 yards passing after shutting down the run in the first half

Offensive Game Grades: Buccaneers vs. Saints | Pewter Report
The Buccaneers were able to notch their first win over the season on Sunday as they defeated New Orleans 26-19 on the road and now have a 1-1 record after two games.

Monday Afterthoughts: Bucs Building Process Continues | Pewter Report
If the rest of the season continues like this, diagnoses of bipolar disorder are going to skyrocket across Tampa Bay.

Bucs Rewind: New Orleans
In their first game on the road, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers experienced a nail-biter against their divisional rival, the New Orleans Saints. Relive the action with this week's edition of Bucs Rewind.

Upon Further Review: Buccaneers-Saints
After reviewing the game tape on Monday, Lovie Smith shared some new thoughts on such issues as winning close games, getting an edge on special teams and more.

Film Session: Week 2
Former Buccaneer & Buccaneers.com Contributor Anthony Becht is joined by Casey Phillips as he breaks down Jacquies Smith's career-best day that included two sack-fumbles, and Jameis Winston's touchdown pass to Vincent Jackson.

Lovie Smith content with Jameis Winston being a 'game manager' - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Rookie quarterback Jameis Winston called himself as a game manager, and Bucs coach Lovie Smith said he'll be happy if Winston fills that role.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at best when Jameis Winston is game manager
The Buccaneers can be successful if they don't depend on rookie quarterback Jameis Winston to do too much too soon.

Bucs notes: DE Jacquies Smith leads NFL with 4 sacks | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
After recording three sacks in the 26-19 victory over the Saints on Sunday, Buccaneers DE Jacquies Smith woke up Monday leading the NFL in that critical category with four.

For Bucs QB Winston, ‘game manager’ not a bad thing | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Some quarterbacks would rather throw an interception or take a sack than be labeled a game manager.

Bucs notes: Defense stays course, keeps focus vs. Saints | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
NEW ORLEANS — In last year’s 37-31 overtime loss at the Superdome, Tampa Bay squandered an 11-point lead in the final 10 minutes of regulation.

Bucs say DT Gerald McCoy 'should be fine' after leaving Sunday's game | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — For Bucs fans who were concerned to see DT Gerald McCoy walking off the field with an injured right arm in the final two minutes of Sunday's win over the Saints, coach Lovie Smith says not to worry.

Is Jameis Winston a 'game manager' and is that a bad thing? | Tampa Bay Times
When it comes to playing quarterback, Jameis Winston has been described a lot of different ways. Strong-armed. Gunslinger. Fearless.