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Daily Bucs Links: Pro Bowl

Here's your open thread for today.

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Philip Rivers reaction GIFs tell us exactly how the Broncos-Chargers game will unfold -
The Chargers quarterback is a human emoji.

Josh Norman blasts NFL for its ‘double standard’ as moral police -
Norman says football is a barbaric sport and the NFL sells ad space to beer companies, so who are they to play moral police?

Colin Kaepernick's performance on the field doesn't change the impact of his protest -
Regardless of what happens on the field Sunday, Kap’s message has spread, and that’s all that matters.

Ben McAdoo tried to motivate the Giants with a scene from ‘Step Brothers’ -
It wasn’t the Catalina Wine Mixer scene, though, unfortunately.

We interrupt this Broncos-Chargers game to bring you an ad for Matt LeBlanc’s new show -

The Chargers finally found a way to not blow a late lead and beat the Broncos 21-13 -
Just when it looked like the Chargers were going to give another game away, they finally made plays to win Thursday night against the Broncos.

2017 Pro Bowl Voting Now Open
Fans can cast their votes for the 2017 Pro Bowl beginning today.

Bucs at the Break: Biggest Surprise contributors Joe Kania, Andrew Norton and Scott Smith continue their bye week roundtable, here discussing the season's biggest surprise so far.

Bucs coach Koetter's controversial call somewhat justified by history | Tampa Bay Times
In the aftermath of the Bucs' 17-14 win at Carolina on Monday night, no single play has been scrutinized as much as Dirk Koetter's decision to run the ball on third and 9 at the Carolina 27 with four minutes left in a tie game.

With Bucs looming, 49ers hope change to Kaepernick helps them go deep | Tampa Bay Times
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The 49ers have had plenty of problems on offense the first five weeks, leading to coach Chip Kelly's decision to bench Blaine Gabbert for Colin Kaepernick.

IRS files lien against Davie home of Bucs' Grimes for unpaid taxes | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Bucs cornerback Brent Grimes, who is making $7 million to play for Tampa Bay this season, has a lien against his home in South Florida from the Internal Revenue Service as a result of unpaid taxes from 2014, the Miami Herald reported Thursday.Grimes could not be reached for comment.