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On the best coaches in Bucs history, and more.

NFL: Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers vs. Chiefs: Kareem Hunt’s would-be TD was ruled incomplete -
The NFL catch rule strikes again.

NFL playoff picture 2017: How the Patriots can miss the postseason -
The Patriots will inevitably make the playoffs, but it’s fun to imagine the doomsday scenario that leaves them out.

Chargers vs. Chiefs 2017 live results: Score updates and highlights from Saturday night football -
The Chiefs completed a season sweep of the Chargers on Saturday night, taking sole possession of the AFC West.

Lions-Bears final score: 5 things we learned in Detroit’s 20-10 win -
The Lions moved to 8-6 and kept their playoff hopes alive with a win over the rival Bears on Saturday.

Chargers vs. Chiefs: 3 things Kansas City did to beat Los Angeles -
The AFC West isn’t clinched for the Chiefs, but it’s basically locked up after Saturday.

Jon Gruden Joins Pewter Panel
Senior Writer/Editor Scott Smith and Team Insider Casey Phillips speak with Bucs Ring of Honor inductee Jon Gruden on this week's edition of Pewter Panel

Watch: Dirk Koetter All-Access, Week 15
Senior Writer Scott Smith sits down with Head Coach Dirk Koetter to discuss the game against the Falcons.

Watch: Dirk Koetter Press Conference
HC Dirk Koetter spoke to the media on Saturday.

Bucs "D" Down David, McCoy for Monday Night
For the first time since they became teammates in 2012, Buccaneer defensive standouts Lavonte David and Gerald McCoy will be sidelined by injury for the same game

Tampa Bay Buccaneers rule Gerald McCoy, Vernon Hargreaves III, Lavonte David out against Atlanta Falcons
The Buccaneers will officially be without defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, linebacker Lavonte David and cornerback Vernon Hargreaves Monday night against the Falcons, head coach Dirk Koetter confirmed.

Jones: Tony Dungy didn’t leave the Bucs on the clearance rack
It is and always will be the greatest debate in Tampa Bay sports history.Jon Gruden or Tony Dungy?You don’t even need to say anything more than that. Bucs fans already know what you’re talking about.

Bucs’ Ward glad to be back, eager for rematch with brother Terron
Bucs safety T.J. Ward will make a healthy return Monday after missing two games with a concussion, and it's also a chance to face his brother Terron, a running back with the Falcons.

Bucs’ Gerald McCoy, Lavonte David out for Monday’s game vs. Falcons
TAMPA — As if containing All-Pro Julio Jones and the Falcons offense isn’t challenging enough, the Bucs will try to do so Monday night without perhaps their top defensive players