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Pat McAfee retiring officially makes Marquette King the dopest punter in the NFL - SBNation.com
It’s earned, too.

The 1999 Super Bowl was the worst ever - SBNation.com
An awful game set the tone for an awful year.

I rode around Houston with Paul Wall during Super Bowl week - SBNation.com
It turns out that Paul Wall’s life is exactly what you want Paul Wall’s life to be.

Why the Falcons will beat the Patriots in Super Bowl 51 - SBNation.com
Retired NFL defensive lineman Stephen White studied the tape and saw a distinct advantage the Falcons have that will be hard to stop, even for the Patriots.

Play of the Year: Specialists Down Punt at 1
Special Teams Coordinator Nate Kaczor breaks down the Bucs' top special teams play of the year.

Play of the Year: Jameis Winston Scramble
Jameis Winston scrambles and finds Mike Evans for 38 yards in Week 10.

Predicting the Bucs' Complete Draft Class
Pewter Report predicts all seven of the Buccaneers' draft picks.

One Buc Mailbag: Divisional Strength
This week, Buc fans have questions about Super Bowl rooting interests, potential first-round draft picks and the futures of last year's early selections.

The NFL's best Madden player is ... Kansas City Chiefs' Eric Berry - NFL Nation- ESPN
Chiefs safety Eric Berry defeated UFC star Tyron Woodley and Cowboys QB Dak Prescott to win his second straight EA Sports Bowl in Madden NFL.

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett still not over breakup with Bucs - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Pass-rusher Michael Bennett has found a home in Seattle, but says he has never understood why Tampa Bay let him get away.

Tampa Museum of Art's 'Who Shot Sports' exhibit portrays sports photography as art | Tampa Bay Times
A moment. That's all it is. A moment in time.A snapshot. Literally.

Super Bowl: A follower of 'The Patriots Way' is now in the Patriots' way | Tampa Bay Times
HOUSTON Thomas Dimitroff held a cup of coffee and listened as his coach was peppered with questions for a fourth straight day at Super Bowl LI. Dressed in blue jeans, a sweater and a collared shirt, he didn't look 50.