Sports Talk Florida Live hosts Jenna Laine and Rob Weingarten discuss the AFC and NFC Championships from Sunday and look ahead to Super Bowl 50
With a loss to Carolina in the finale, the Bucs have dropped six straight to the division rivals and finish last in the NFC South for the fifth straight year.
The Bucs aren't a finished product, but head coach Lovie Smith believes the team is on the right path to following in the footsteps of Carolina's success.
The Bucs can certainly smell the playoffs as they try to win out and make it into the postseason, and Mike Evans says the focus is going 1-0 every week.
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The Buccaneers are looking to sweep the division-rival Falcons in a season for the first time since 2007, but they need to be on top of their game to do so.
Bucss center Joe Hawley has already faced (and beaten) his former team once this year, but this time he says it's about who wants the playoff spot more.
The Bucs missed opportunities and had a disappointing loss in Indianapolis this Sunday, but head coach Lovie Smith says the team is looking straight ahead.
With a 25-12 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 12, the Bucs failed to make up ground in the NFC wild card race on a Falcons team that also lost.
Bucs linebacker Lavonte David has gotten off to a strong second half, mainly because he's learned he doesn't always have to be the guy to make the big play.
The recent winning ways by the Bucs has certainly been rewarding for head coach Lovie Smith, who says their turnaround begain after losing to Washington.
Dirk Koetter is pleased with what happened in Philadelphia, but he said Wednesday that that day is over with and it's time to focus on Indianapolis.
Jameis Winston is a winner, and as a winner he will never relish being in an underdog role but rather prove to everyone that he and the Bucs aren't that.
The Buccaneers are just a game out of a wild card spot in the NFC, but head coach Lovie Smith is keeping his focus only on the next opponent, Indianapolis.