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'Thursday Night Football' Week 3: Giants beat Washington in NFC East showdown -
The New York Giants got back on track after an 0-2 start, trouncing Washington 32-21 on Thursday Night Football to open Week 3 of the 2015 NFL season.

The NFL is the first major American sports league allowed to fly drones | The Verge
The FAA has approved the NFL's request to use drones, making it the first major American sports league allowed to fly them. The league's interest in drones has to do with its feted video production...

The Steelers are outsmarting the rest of the NFL by going for 2 -
The team is 3-for-3 on two-point attempts this season and doesn't plan on changing its strategy anytime soon.

The Onside Kick Family Hour: The Dallas Cowboys are sunk -
What's been the most surprising thing through two weeks of the NFL season? The Cowboys are totally screwed. The Jets are really good. The Colts will (probably) be fine. Plus, we're previewing Week 3.

How long will we get to enjoy the terrible NFC East? -
The NFC East looks awful, but are its problems systemic or an inevitable ebb?

Buccaneers Injury Report, Sept. 24
For the second day in a row, Mike Evans was a full participant in practice.

Martin, Sims Working Well in Tandem
Thursday notes: The Buccaneers found a good formula for the usage of RBs Doug Martin and Charles Sims in New Orleans…And other notes.

Anthony Becht Previews Bucs vs. Texans
TJ Rives and Anthony Becht break down how the Buccaneers can capitalize on their strong performance from week two, and turn it into a victory against the Houston Texans.

Bucs Prepared To Adapt With Loss Of Tight End Seferian-Jenkins | Pewter Report
Taking away the leading receiver in yardage and in touchdown receptions from a new offense with a rookie quarterback isn't the ideal scenario for any team.

Elusive Winning Streak Within Bucs’ Grasp | Pewter Report
It’s been almost two calendar years since Tampa Bay fans have been able to celebrate back-to-back victories but that’s exactly what the Bucs can accomplish

Tampa Bay Bucs' Mike Evans, Jorvorskie Lane excited to play in Texas - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
A Lone Star welcome awaits two prominent members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when they travel to play the Houston Texans on Sunday.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' praise for Jameis Winston -- he is a composed leader
To hear Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson describe the situation, rookie Jameis Winston already owns a key component to succeed as an NFL quarterback -- composure.

Mike Evans of Tampa Bay Buccaneers says he's not on 'pitch count' after hamstring injury
After a slow start to his second NFL season, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans seems eager to place a recent hamstring injury behind him.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers express 'big-time relief' over Gerald McCoy's arm - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Gerald McCoy sustained an apparent right arm injury during a Week 2 victory, but the Bucs don't need to worry. "I'm fine," he said Thursday.

Bucs injury report: C Evan Smith misses Thursday practice | and The Tampa Tribune

Bucs Hot Reads: RB Martin hears from fantasy fans | and The Tampa Tribune

Yes, Bucs fans, that was a screen pass you saw | and The Tampa Tribune

Ex-Bucs K Tynes’ lawsuit against team remanded to state court | and The Tampa Tribune

Bucs give CB Alterraun Verner a look at nickel | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs cornerback Alterraun Verner, a starter in all 14 games he played in last season, was working at nickel defensive back in Thursday's practice, this after backup corner Tim Jennings got more playing time than Verner in Sunday's win at New Orleans.

Texans' Clowney says the goal is to hit Bucs' Winston | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Texans DE Jadaveon Clowney has watched tape of Bucs rookie QB Jameis Winston being sacked seven times in the first two games. He knows the Bucs have two rookies on the offensive line.This makes Clowney very happy.

Jacquies Smith makes name for himself with Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Perhaps a half-hour after Sunday's Bucs win in New Orleans, defensive end Jacquies Smith picked up his bag at his locker and headed for the team bus, his bow tie hanging from his neck untied.