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Daily Bucs Links: Playoff madness

Here's your open thread for today.

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Brian Hoyer and the Houston Texans' turnovers, as presented by DJ Khaled -

2016 NFL playoff schedule and bracket: Steelers advance to face Broncos after wild game in Cincinnati -
After a tense bout, the Steelers are heading to the Divisional round to play the Broncos.

Pacman Jones posts profanity-laced rant about refs after Bengals blow playoff game -
The expletive-laced video came immediately after the Bengals cost themselves a playoff win.

Vontaze Burfict, Pacman Jones commit two personal fouls to give Steelers game-winner -
Vontaze Burfict and "Pacman" Jones were goats Saturday.

Steelers vs. Bengals 2016 results: Pittsburgh gets 18-16 victory in wild, ugly game -
The Bengals' playoff loss drought continued with an ugly loss to the Steelers in the Wild Card round.’s 2015 Bucs Season MVPs | Pewter Report
The 2015 season was a full of ups and downs in Tampa Bay as the team began with a 28-point loss to the NFL’s worst team, Tennessee (3-13), and ended with a 28-point loss to the league’s best team, Carolina (15-1).

Bucs want new coach to decide fate of 2 defensive assistants | and The Tampa Tribune
The only two assistants to survive the Tampa Bay Buccaneers purge on the defensive side of the ball this past week were line coach Joe Cullen and linebackers coach Hardy Nickerson.

49ers interview Bucs’ Koetter for coaching job | and The Tampa Tribune
A rival suitor has officially emerged to challenge the Buccaneers for the services of offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter.

Koetter hire would signal seismic shift for Bucs | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Bye-bye, Buc Ball. Defense put the Bucs on the map. Tony Dungy’s defense made the Bucs into winners. Even when Jon Gruden closed the deal, it was about defense.

Glazers give keys to GM Licht for Bucs coaching search | Tampa Bay Times
Jason Licht was the only man in the Bucs organization who spoke about the firing of Lovie Smith last week. That was no accident. He also is the only one conducting interviews, and eventually deciding who the team will hire — with ownership approval — as the next head coach.