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Owusu listed as starter at WR
Cousins and Meredith starting at OG
ASJ behind Meyers, Wright and Stocker at TE
Rainey #2 RB with James buried deep
Bowers #2 UT, not listed at DE
Jenkins ahead of Banks at CB
Only Lennie and Quintion Pointer listed at NB
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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers are hitting their stride at the right time.
Vernon Davis caught a touchdown pass for the fifth straight game and Michael Crabtree scored his first TD since returning from injury to help the defending NFC champions beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33-14 on Sunday.
The victory was the fourth straight for Colin Kaepernick and San Francisco (10-4), who pulled away for good with a 10-minute, fourth-quarter drive that produced a field goal. Kendall Hunter put it well out of reach, scooping up a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and diving 2 yards into the end zone for a touchdown.
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CBS Sports breaks it down and asks: is Freeman a Scapegoat or did he get what he deserves?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have given up on Josh Freeman. He is being benched after three games for a rookie third-round pick who didn't exactly light it up when he played in the preseason.
The question I ask is this: Are the Bucs doing the right thing by sitting Freeman and playing Mike Glennon?
I've heard and written about the disconnect between Freeman and coach Greg Schiano for the past six months, and this is clearly about that as much as anything. Schiano can't possibly look at the tape from the past two games and put his offensive troubles all on Freeman.
Full article here: http://www.cbssports...nspired-offense
Glennon takes the reigns and is promoted to starter.
Schiano on Glennon.
Sullivan on the change.
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Glennon on the change.
Nothing that scares me, but nothing that made me go -- "He's the man." Very focused on being himself, not willing to be compared to Wilson or RGIII.
(SBL) September 22, 2013 - The Bucs found themselves on the wrong end of the scoreboard again this weekend, falling 23-3. Plagued by a kicking game that didn't produce and an offense that continued to stall rather then put up points, Tampa simply couldn't hold the Patriots offense off the scoreboard.
Adding insult to injury, LaGerrette Blount put up 65 yards on 14 carries putting in a rushing performance that marked his best game since 2011.
Tampa Bay comes home next week to play the Arizona Cardinals in a hope to capture a win.