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  • Enemy Lines: Hoyer Not Taking Bucs Lightly

    Posted 11 hours ago

    Cleveland QB Brian Hoyer, who has held off Johnny Manziel and mixed good ball security with a high number of downfield completions, is expecting a big challenge from Tampa Bay despite its record

  • Enemy Lines: Teddy Bridgewater

    Posted Oct 23, 2014

    Teddy Bridgewater, the Vikings' rookie starter at quarterback, couldn't do much about the way the draft unfolded in May, but he landed in a good situation and is ready to take advantage of it

  • Enemy Lines: Joe Flacco

    Posted Oct 9, 2014

    The Baltimore Ravens come to Tampa on the heels of a loss in Indianapolis, but QB Joe Flacco and a veteran-laden locker room know how to weather the inevitable ups and downs of an NFL season

  • Enemy Lines: Drew Brees

    Posted Oct 2, 2014

    Drew Brees in his ninth season of putting up incredible numbers for the Saints, and he continues to help the offense adapt as new contributors arrive to take the place of departed pass-catchers

  • Enemy Lines: Le'Veon Bell a Sudden Star

    Posted Sep 25, 2014

    After a promising rookie season, a slimmed down Le'Veon Bell has emerged as perhaps the NFL's best running back – LaDainian Tomlinson thinks so – as he leads the league in yards from scrimmage

  • Enemy Lines: Ryan Shows Resiliency

    Posted Sep 17, 2014

    Falcons QB Matt Ryan experienced a losing season for the first time in his NFL career in 2013, but he played well and showed off his leadership skills under some very difficult circumstances

  • Enemy Lines: Robert Quinn

    Posted Sep 11, 2014

    After a one-sack game by the Rams and their vaunted pass rush in Week One, DE Robert Quinn hopes to re-create the type of pressure that created a seven-sack game against the Bucs last December

  • Enemy Lines: Kuechly Eyes a Repeat

    Posted Sep 4, 2014

    LB Luke Kuechly will have a tough time topping his two major awards in two NFL seasons, but he's more focused on an equally elusive team goal – becoming the first back-to-back NFC South champs

  • Enemy Lines: Malcolm Jenkins

    Posted Dec 27, 2013

    The late start time of Sunday’s game gives the Saints a chance to watch the scoreboard, but they remain focused on the Buccaneers, knowing a win will put them in the playoffs no matter what

  • Enemy Lines: Robert Quinn

    Posted Dec 19, 2013

    Rams DE Robert Quinn, the NFC leader with 15.0 sacks, was held in check in last year's Bucs-Rams game by left tackle Donald Penn and company, but he's been frequently unstoppable in 2013