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The Crow’s Nest: Dean’s redemption, VHIII’s lack of effort, and a win at home

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Instant analysis: Bucs win thriller in first home game since Week 3
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers returned home in Week 10, taking down the Arizona Cardinals for their first win since September.

How Jamel Dean redeemed himself, and the Bucs
Bucs 30. Cardinals 27: One week after getting burned in Seattle, the Bucs rookie cornerback made perhaps the biggest play in Tampa Bay’s first victory in six weeks.

Bucs-Cardinals: The sky isn’t falling, and other things we learned
Thomas Bassinger: The Bucs were resilient Sunday, repeatedly bouncing back after surrendering leads and committing turnovers. The reward: their first home win of the season.

Murray shines, but miscues cost Cardinals in loss to Bucs
Kyler Murray put up big numbers, but missed opportunities and miscues doomed the Arizona Cardinals. Murray's NFL rookie record streak of 211 consecutive pass attempts without an interception ended in the fourth quarter and led to Tampa Bay's final touchdown in the Buccaneers' 30-27 win over

Bucs bench CB Vernon Hargreaves for lack of effort
Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians benched cornerback Vernon Hargreaves for a lack of hustle going in for a tackle in Sunday's 30-27 win over the Cardinals. Hargreaves did return later in the game.

Motivated By Failure -
Last week Joe gave Jamel Dean little slack.

Ira Kaufman's 10 Takeaways From Bucs-Cardinals -
They had it all the way.

Bucs' Arians: "We Showed A Lot Of Poise" | Pewter Report
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers returned home from their unprecedented road trip with a 30-27 victory over the visiting Arizona Cardinals, snapping a four-game losing streak.