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Daily Bucs Links: Previewing the Broncos

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NFL Week 4 preview: Why are Ben McAdoo's clothes so large? -
The Uffsides crew takes a look at Week 4's best games and the factors that will influence them, such as Russell Wilson's knee, the Chiefs' fast food color scheme, Cam Newton's entry into the pick-up artist community, and Alex Smith body pillows.

Declining NFL ratings aren’t a big deal ... yet -
The NFL still dominates everything else on TV, and there’s no reason to believe ratings will continue to drop.

The Patriots and Ravens found the flaw in the NFL's new touchback rule -
The big legs of Stephen Gostkowski and Justin Tucker are being used to force short kickoff returns, which is the opposite of what the NFL wanted to happen.

Browns WR Josh Gordon will enter inpatient rehab facility -
Gordon is currently serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

3 prominent black NFL players disagree on race, and that’s important -
Colin Kaepernick, Richard Sherman, and Cam Newton show why race isn't and shouldn't be a simple discussion.

Von Miller Brings Sack Lead to Tampa
Scouting Report: Potential Defensive MVP Von Miller already has a league-high 5.0 sacks in 2016, and the Broncos' offense is running smoothly under inexperienced QB Trevor Siemian.

Watch: Press Conferences, September 29
DT Gerald McCoy and HC Dirk Koetter were among Bucs who spoke to the media on Thursday.

Buccaneers Injury Report, September 29
A look at Thursday's injury report.

Gerald McCoy: We Have to Trust the System
Notes: As the Bucs seek to plug the leaks in a defense that has shown promise but given up too many big plays, trusting the scheme is of major importance…Plus injury updates and more.

Bucs DC Smith Says Don't Make Too Much Of Spence's Low Rep Count | Pewter Report
Bucs defensive coordinator Mike Smith explained why Noah Spence has seen limited snaps in his first three games this season. Expects it to change soon.

Bucs WR Evans Ready For Physical Test Against Talib | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans will have another big-time test Sunday lining up across Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib.

(Audio) Pewter Report & What The Buc: Rams Review and Broncos Preview | Pewter Report
Pewter Report's Mark Cook joined What The Buc's Derek Fournier for their weekly Bucs podcast. This week the two reviewed the Rams loss.

Denver Broncos impressed with Jameis Winston, not taking him lightly - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak is impressed with Jameis Winston's decision making, a skill that will be put to the test against a tough Denver defense.

Bucs' culture overhaul won't happen overnight, but change must begin - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter says that doing "the little things right" on a daily basis will eventually lead to more wins on Sunday.

Siemian's on-the-road game predicted to be hot in Week 4 - ESPN Video
Mark Schlereth believes the Broncos defense will shut down the Buccaneers passing game and Darren Woodson is confident Trevor Siemian will have success in Tampa Bay.

Denver's pass rush big challenge for Winston, Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — If a quarterback wants to keep Denver's devastating pass rush at bay, it seems his only option is to hand the ball off to his running back.

Fisher praises Rams' line play against Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — The defensive line was the unquestioned strength for the Rams entering this season, and it showed in a variety of ways during their 37-32 win over the Bucs on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.

Koetter hears dueling voices with dad on play calls | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — As Bucs head coach and offensive play-caller, Dirk Koetter has much to juggle on the sideline during games. His simplest decisions — to run, to throw — place the proverbial devil on one shoulder and angel on the other.

Bucs defensive coordinator Smith takes blame for rocky start | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Welcome to class, students. This introductory course is called Bad Defense 101.