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The Crow’s Nest: Arians pissed, “soft” players, and the ejection

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3 takeaways from the New Orleans Saints win over Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Teddy Bridgewater led the New Orleans Saints to a statement victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Here's what it means for him and his team

Bucs-Saints: Was Carlton Davis’ ejection a turning point?
Bucs Journal: Teddy Bridgewater found another gear and the Saints took the lead for good after Davis’ illegal hit.

Bruce Arians blasts 'baffling' officiating after loss to Saints
Bucs head coach frustrated by multiple blown calls in Sunday's division loss.

Recapping the game against the Saints in New Orleans
The Bucs lost to the Teddy Bridgewater-led Saints on Sunday in the Superdome, 31-24, absorbing their first road loss of the season thanks to a massive difference in pressure applied to the two quarterbacks.

Ira Kaufman's 10 Takeaways From Bucs-Saints
No excuses.

Carlton Davis' Ejection
With just over five minutes left in the second quarter, Bucs starting cornerback Carlton Davis got tossed from the game. And it seemed the Bucs’ pass defense totally collapsed after that.

Bucs' Arians: "We've Got Some Guys That Are Just Soft" | Pewter Report
Head coach Bruce Arians was visibly upset multiple times throughout the Bucs’ 31-24 loss at the hands of the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, specifically involving a handful of plays that he believed were miscalled by the officiating crew.