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Daily Bucs Links: Saving the season

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Colin Kaepernick starting for 49ers in Week 6 against the Bills -
Kaepernick will get another shot as the starting quarterback in San Francisco.

NFL power rankings 2016, Week 6: Vikings take over the top spot -
The Vikings may not have received the Tom Brady boost that the Patriots did, but Minnesota just keeps making quarterbacks look awful.

The Panthers kept betting against the house and finally lost -
Last season, the Panthers looked like geniuses for taking risks on the field and with the roster. It’s not paying off this season.

Vic Beasley outproduced his whole rookie season in one damn game against the Broncos -
The Falcons defense found some life last week against the Broncos, thanks to a breakout performance from their first-round pick last year, Vic Beasley. He's Stephen White's Hoss of the Week.

The Panthers are making history this season, just not the way they’d like to -
An autopsy on the Panthers' dreadful Super Bowl hangover.

The NFL wasn’t prepared for the 'Dak Attack,’ but the Cowboys were -
The Cowboys believe Tony Romo gives them their best shot at a Super Bowl this year, but that Dak Prescott gives them a shot at many more in the future.

Quizz Show: Bucs Lean on Rodgers
Stat Shots: On Monday night, Jacquizz Rodgers did something that no Buccaneer free agent acquisition had ever done before as he helped his new team upend the Panthers.

Takeaways Fuel Buccaneers' Turnaround
Stat Shots: The Buccaneers compiled a plus-four turnover ratio on Monday night, which almost always leads to victory.

Watch: HC Dirk Koetter Press Conference
HC Dirk Koetter spoke to the media on Tuesday about the win against the Panthers and the play of QB Jameis Winston.

Bucs Rewind: Carolina Panthers, Week 5
A recap of the Buccaneers' Week 5 victory over the Panthers.

Shelton: Aguayo's Kick Saved His Job, Saved Bucs' Season – For Now | Pewter Report
Rookie kicker Roberto Aguayo saved his job and the Bucs' season – for now – with a game-winning field goal against the Panthers on Monday Night Football.

Bucs' Koetter On Win: "A Ton Of Guys Stepped Up Big Time" | Pewter Report
A relieved Dirk Koetter spoke with the media following the Bucs last-second win over the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football

Koetter Disputes Gruden's Claim Of A Lack Of Confidence In Winston | Pewter Report
The Bucs win over the Panthers on Monday Night Football gave the nation an opportunity to see what type of team Tampa Bay has.

Pewter Report's Bucs Monday Mailbag: Special Tuesday Edition | Pewter Report began a new offseason feature this year, giving readers an opportunity to get their questions answered about the Bucs by the PR staff.

Missing key starters, emotional Tampa Bay Buccaneers savor road win - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Bucs, playing with a depleted roster on the road against division nemesis Carolina, believe their last-second win is a sign of things to come.

Bucs QB Jameis Winston on Jacquizz Rodgers: 'He ran his tail off' - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Traditionally a change-of-pace back, Jacquizz Rodgers proved he could be a workhorse with 30 carries for 101 yards in Monday's win over the Panthers.

Bucs’ Dirk Koetter: Robert Aguayo struggles ‘can be frustrating’ - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Roberto Aguayo came through with the game-winning kick Monday night, but that doesn't stop the criticism of the Bucs' rookie kicker.

CB Brent Grimes made two big plays in a row Monday to spark Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Perhaps the biggest defensive play of the Bucs' 17-14 win at Carolina on Monday night was CB Brent Grimes making a leaping interception in the end zone when the Panthers had first and goal at the 1-yard line in a tie game with 8:45 remaining.

Bucs-Panthers Turning Point, Week 5: Season saved? | Tampa Bay Times
With three seconds left and the score tied, Roberto Aguayo jogged onto the field.

Koetter's coaching a big reason for Bucs' win over Panthers | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Three of the four starters on the defensive line were out, replaced in part by two undrafted free agents. Down to his third running back. Young quarterback who needed protection, not only from defenders, but from his penchant for throwing interceptions. A rookie kicker playing Army with field goals. (Left, right, left).