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On the weekend’s games, and more.

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Falcons vs. Saints: A buttception and iffy decisions gave New Orleans revenge -
This one was a mess for the Falcons from the very start.

Buccaneers vs. Panthers: Jameis Winston had a meltdown on the sideline -
The Buccaneers fell to 4-11 with another loss, and Jameis Winston was furious with the way it ended.

Jaguars players high-five while returning a blocked XP for two points -
The in-game appreciation is alive and well for the Jags.

UCLA QB Josh Rosen reportedly doesn’t want to be drafted by Cleveland -
The UCLA QB says he may wait a year to avoid getting picked by the Browns.

Saints vs. Falcons: Marshon Lattimore intercepted Matt Ryan with a BUTT PICK -
This isn’t something you see every day.

Giants vs. Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald completed 1st pass of his career -
This throw was a beauty.

Merry Christmas, I got you a new, weird social media post from Tom Brady’s fake newspaper -
Croc doesn’t seem to be anywhere, but upon closer inspection, I think he’s in plain sight.

Seahawks vs. Cowboys: Seattle CB jumped in the Salvation Army kettle -
We’ve seen this before, from Ezekiel Elliott last season.

Jaguars vs. 49ers: San Francisco kept the ball after a critical fumble -
Matt Breida appeared to gift the Jaguars a possession in a pivotal moment, but a quick whistle saved the 49ers.

49ers' 44-33 win over the Jaguars was a first in NFL history -

Week 17 NFL schedule 2017: No Sunday night game for competitive balance -
The goal is to ensure competitive balance.

NFL playoff picture 2017: Where teams stand during Week 16 -
Four more teams clinched spots on Sunday.

NFL scores 2017: Live results, highlights, and more from Week 16 -
The playoff picture is clearer after holiday weekend.

Watch: Bucs vs. Panthers Press Conferences
Members of the Bucs spoke to the media on Sunday.

Bucs Play Big, Come Up Short
Behind a big-play offense led by Jameis Winston and a stifling defense, the Bucs fought to the end against the first-place Panthers but weren't able to avoid another last-minute loss

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

Buccaneers-Saints Game Flexed to 4:25 P.M.
The Buccaneers' Week 17 game at Raymond James Stadium has been moved to a late-afternoon kickoff in order to extend the drama in the hotly-contested NFC South

Competitive Bucs Get Christmas Eve Coal, Lose 22-19 in Carolina | Pewter Report
Bucs have their Christmas Eve wishes spoiled as the lose 22-19 in Carolina.

Bucs vs. Panthers: Most Disappointing | Pewter Report
Again the Bucs managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, losing in the last minute to the Panthers. Below is our list of most disappointing Bucs.

Bucs vs. Panthers: Most Impressive
The Bucs out-gained the Panthers but couldn't find a way to win. Still, Jameis Winston and others did their part – check out the PR's Most Impressive list.

2-Point Conversion: Gruden Returns In 2018; Winston Balled For The Bucs | Pewter Report
Is Jon Gruden going to return to coaching in 2018, and will it be with the Bucs? Plus, Jameis Winston balled in Tampa Bay's loss at Carolina.

Bucs want all facts before deciding Dirk Koetter’s fate amid report Jon Gruden is calling former assistants
Bucs coach Dirk Koetter may still have a chance to save his job for 2018, but there is mounting evidence that Jon Gruden is preparing for a return to the sidelines

Jones: An answer to anyone who says the Bucs played hard
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Here’s one way to look at the Bucs’ 22-19 loss to playoff-bound Carolina on Sunday:They played hard. They played well.

Bucs-Panthers: After another loss, does Jon Gruden really want to return?
An open letter to Jon GrudenCHARLOTTE, N.C. — That’s right, this is a dear Jon letter.

Bucs-Panthers: Grading Tampa Bay’s 22-19 loss
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — ’Twas the night before Christmas, and all was not quiet in the Bucs house. Bad penalties, bad special teams, bad calls and bad breaks.