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Daily Bucs Links: Losing is terrible

On the Bucs’ loss, and more.

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Buccaneers LB celebrates forcing fumble on Tom Brady by pretending to fish -
He caught a big one!

Tom Brady ties Peyton Manning, Brett Favre for most regular season wins -
Brady is only one win away from holding the record by himself.

Jamaal Charles wasn’t done with the NFL, even if the league was done with him -
A knee injury left the Chiefs’ all-time leading rusher’s future in doubt. The Broncos gave him a second chance and hope.

Cam Newton apologizes for sexist comment to reporter, says he was ‘disrespectful to women’ -
Newton posted a nearly 2-minute video expressing regret for his remark.

Nick Folk had the worst ‘Thursday Night Football’ a kicker could have -
You can’t help but feel bad for the guy.

Patriots vs. Buccaneers 2017 live updates: Scores, highlights, and results -
Can Jameis Winston be the fifth straight quarterback to gouge the New England defense?

Patriots vs. Buccaneers: 4 things we learned from New England’s TNF win -
The embattled Pats defense did just enough to hold off the Bucs on Thursday night.

Watch: Bucs vs. Patriots Full Highlights
Full game highlights from the Bucs' matchup with the Patriots.

Game Awards: Buccaneers vs. Patriots
Who got this week's Game Ball?

Watch: Ring of Honor Ceremony
Malcolm Glazer's Ring of Honor ceremony from the Buccaneers' Week 5 matchup with the Patriots.

Buccaneers Lose Under the Lights
An unexpectedly low-scoring game between Tampa Bay and New England came down to the final play, but the Buccaneers never established enough of an offensive rhythm to avoid a 19-14 loss.

Bucs vs. Patriots: Most Disappointing | Pewter Report
In a game that the Bucs were always within reach on the scoreboard, but never as close as it seemed, here were our most disappointing players.

Bucs vs. Patriots: Most Impressive | Pewter Report
Yes, there is a silver lining in a loss. These were our most impressive Buccaneers from the 19-14 Thursday night defeat.

Bucs Kicking Curse Continues With Folk's Struggles | Pewter Report
The kicking curse in Tampa continued as the Buccaneers fell to the New England Patriots 19-14 on Thursday night in front of a national television audience.

Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast Episode 34: Get The Folk Out | Pewter Report
In this episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast, PR's big three call out some names that need to be called out form the Bucs 19-14 loss to New England.

Bucs' late owner Malcolm Glazer played instrumental role in organization's overhaul - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Bucs will honor late owner Malcolm Glazer for keeping the team in Tampa Bay and for revitalizing a franchise that had been mired in mediocrity.

Bucs' kicking nightmare continues with three misses in loss to Patriots - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Nick Folk missed three field goals on Thursday night -- kicks that would have made the difference in a 19-14 loss to the defending Super Bowl champs.

Jameis Winston calls postgame conversation with Tom Brady 'a blessing'
Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston took his shot and introduced himself to Patriots star Tom Brady after Thursday night's game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Dirk Koetter noncommittal about Nick Folk's status after missed FGs
Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter said he isn't going to make "any rash decisions" after kicker Nick Folk missed three field goals in Thursday night's loss.

Fennelly: Bucs honor Malcolm Glazer, an understated champion | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — He wasn't Jerry Jones. He wasn't Robert Kraft,

Jones: Bucs, Jameis Winston show they're not ready for the grown-up table | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — This was their chance.This was their time to prove they belong with the big boys of the NFL. This was a game when the Bucs could, finally and definitively, announce to the world that they are to be taken seriously.They almost pulled it off.Almost.

Bucs miss three field goals, fall to Patriots | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs went toe to toe with the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots on Thursday night.