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Blaine Gabbert is terrible, and it's a mystery why he's still playing - SBNation.com
Michael Bennett thinks Colin Kaepernick gives the 49ers a better shot at winning -- and he's right.

Everson Griffen wasn't too sick to stop Cam Newton and the Panthers - SBNation.com
The Vikings pass rusher was so ill that he was questionable to return to the game at one point. Good thing for the Vikings he did.

J.J. Watt could reportedly miss the rest of the season after re-injuring his back - SBNation.com
The three-time Defensive Player of the Year re-injured his back and his status is now in doubt.

Buccaneers Power Rankings: Week 4
Where did the Buccaneers land in the Internet experts’ Power Rankings following the close Week 3 loss at home?

One Buc Mailbag: Late-Game Luck?
Have the Bucs fared better or worse in 4:00 p.m. starts? Why all the big plays against Tampa Bay's defense? Could Kwon Alexander win another award? Get the answers here.

Watch: Buccaneers Insider Live, September 27
Senior Writer/Editor Scott Smith and Team Insider Casey Phillips report live from One Buccaneer Place.

Mic'd Up: Kwon Alexander vs. LA Rams
LB Kwon Alexander was mic'd up during the Buccaneers' game against the Rams.

Bucs Execution As Much To Blame As Clock Management | Pewter Report
A day after the Bucs' deflating loss, coach Dirk Koetter let it be known that the decision not to stop the clock late in the game was completely on him.

Dirk Koetter: Bucs finding 'too many ways to lose a game'
Dirk Koetter says the Buccaneers need to overhaul their culture and it starts with him.

Bucs Roundtable: Answering Dirk Koetter's call for a Bucs culture change | Tampa Bay Times
As Rick Stroud wrote in today's Tampa Bay Times, head coach Dirk Koetter says the Bucs need a culture change.

Bucs' Cherilus, Evan Smith get cameos as 'jumbo' blockers | Tampa Bay Times
Last year, when the Bucs lost fullback Jorvorskie Lane and assorted tight ends to injuries, they frequently used backup offensive lineman Kevin Pamphile as a sixth lineman or "jumbo" tight end and had success with the look as they sought to assert their running game.