This is the official feed for PewterReport.com's weekly podcast. The show goes four times a week and also includes an extra post game podcast as Scott Reynolds, Matt Matera, who is also the show's producer, J.C. Allen and various Pewter Report staff talk anything and everything that is Tampa Bay Buccaneers football with stories, headlines and inside scoops.
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Arguably the most bitter rivalry in the NFC South returns as the Bucs head to New Orleans to take on the Saints. Last time they were in that city, Mike Evans and Marshon Lattimore got into it, resulting in a 1-game suspension for Evans. Will there be... more
The Bucs don't have much time to slow down or dwell on a Monday night football loss to the Eagles because they take on the Saints this week. There's a chance for the Bucs to move into first place of the NFC South with a win. more
This Monday Night Football game had a lot of hype going into the primetime matchup, but the Bucs didn't hold up their end of the bargain. They were blown out by the Eagles 25-11 where it was never close in the second half. more
Great pod but the ad reads/lead ins are rather cringy
Love the show but why did you guys stop putting the new episode from YouTube on Apple podcasts this week? Tuesday was the last time one was made available.
A once great podcast of Bucs info, now piloted by a NY fan. Awful, literally turn on an episode just to See if Scott is on, and maybe a guest. How did something so good turn so bad. Good bye Pewter Report, I never knew ye
Excellent commentary easy to listen to very informative John and Kasey are outstanding contributors
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Pewter Report Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 500 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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