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Daily Bucs Links: Reviewing the loss

Here's your open thread for today.

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Drew Brees passes Dan Marino to claim No. 3 spot on all-time passing yardage list - SBNation.com
The long-time Saints quarterback is still putting up the yards 16 years into his NFL career.

Referees called a penalty on Eric Ebron for faking a defender out of his shoes - SBNation.com
The Lions were in perfect position to put the hammer down on the Titans. Then the refs and their own selves interfered.

The Jaguars are losing by more than 30 and this defensive lineman is NOT HAPPY - SBNation.com
Jared Odrick is not happy.

The Cowboys tried to lose, but Dak Prescott and Washington’s mistakes kept them in it - SBNation.com
The Cowboys beat Washington because their rookie quarterback was better than Kirk Cousins.

The Vikings can still be winners thanks to their defense, just like Mike Zimmer planned - SBNation.com
Zimmer has built a Minnesota defense that can win games even with Teddy Bridgewater out for the year.

The Rams aren't in St. Louis anymore, but they still own the Seahawks after 9-3 win - SBNation.com
Pete Carroll’s Seahawks did not fare so well on his first game in the Coliseum since leaving USC.

The 1st TD at the Vikings' new stadium was an inadvertent homage to Prince - SBNation.com
Rodgers to Nelson.

NFL scores 2016: Everything you need to know about Week 2 - SBNation.com
The second week of the NFL schedule found several teams like the Steelers, Cowboys and Vikings earning wins over rivals, while the Rams won their first game in Los Angeles in 22 years.

Sam Bradford and the Vikings ring in their new stadium with 17-14 win over Packers - SBNation.com
The Vikings are still the team to beat in the NFC North, even without Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson.

Buccaneers Fall to Cardinals in Week 2
The Buccaneers fell, 40-7, to the Cardinals in Week 2.

Watch: Bucs vs. Cardinals Press Conferences
HC Dirk Koetter and QB Jameis Winston were among Bucs who spoke to the media following Sunday's Buccaneers-Cardinals game.

Cards Deal Bucs Lopsided Loss
The Buccaneers were seeking a 2-0 road start to open 2016 but were on the wrong end of a 40-7 outing on Sunday in Arizona thanks largely to five turnovers.

Shelton: Cardinals Give Buccaneers A Reality Check | Pewter Report
The Cardinals (1-1) proved they were a playoff-caliber team and gave the Buccaneers (1-1) a reality check in a 40-7 drubbing, writes Gary Shelton.

PewterReport.com's Most Impressive: Buccaneers vs. Cardinals | Pewter Report
Here is the obligatory list of PewterReport.com's Most Impressive Bucs in the 40-7 loss in Arizona Sunday. See if you agree and share your thoughts.

Pewter Report.com’s Most Disappointing: Buccaneers vs. Cardinals
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers took a beating in the desert, losing 40-7 to the Arizona Cardinals. Check out PewterReport.com's Most Disappointing list.

Bucs Banged Up And Beaten In The Arizona Desert
The Buccaneers suffered a few injuries in Sunday's 40-7 loss in Arizona. Details of the severity won't likely come until Monday.

2-Point Conversion: No Takeaways, Way Too Many Turnovers For Bucs | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay fell to 1-1 on the year after suffering a nasty defeat in the desert at the hands of Arizona, 40-7, writes Scott Reynolds in Two-Point Conversion.

Doug Martin, Robert Ayers among four Bucs out with injuries
The Buccaneers lost four players due to injuries in the 40-7 loss against the Arizona Cardinals.

Jameis Winston, Bucs turn ball over five times in loss to Cardinals - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Five turnovers doomed the Buccaneers in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, as Jameis Winston threw four interceptions and fumbled once.

Jameis Winston has five turnovers in Bucs' 40-7 loss to Cardinals | Tampa Bay Times
GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Bucs were well on their way to a humbling, if not humiliating, 40-7 loss to the Cardinals in the fourth quarter Sunday when Jameis Winston handed off to Charles Sims and then lowered his right shoulder into the chest of Marcus Cooper, flattening the Cardinals cornerback.

Doug Martin, Robert Ayers among key Bucs injuries | Tampa Bay Times
GLENDALE, Ariz. — One way Sunday's Bucs loss at the Cardinals could carry over to this week's home opener against the Rams is on the injury front. Four players were knocked out of the game, most notably RB Doug Martin and DE Robert Ayers.

Bucs Report Card: Grading Tampa Bay's 40-7 loss at Arizona | Tampa Bay Times
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Well, that was depressing. The Bucs ran into a buzz saw Sunday, a Cardinals team that played like it was still ticked off about losing its season opener to the Brady-less and Gronk-less Patriots.

Jones: Letting Winston play late in blowout a really dumb move | Tampa Bay Times
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston dropped back to pass and immediately was under pressure from the hard-charging Cardinals defense.

Bucs-Cardinals: NFL's Week 1 feel-good story looks like a mirage in the desert | Tampa Bay Times
GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Bucs were well on their way to a humbling, if not humiliating, 40-7 loss to the Cardinals in the fourth quarter Sunday when Jameis Winston handed off to Charles Sims and then lowered his right shoulder into the chest of Marcus Cooper, flattening the Cardinals cornerback.