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Cannon Fodder podcast: What happened to the Bucs' offense?

Carolina Panthers cornerback James Bradberry (24) breaks up a pass intended for Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans (13). [LOREN ELLIOTT   |   Times]

Carolina Panthers cornerback James Bradberry (24) breaks up a pass intended for Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans (13). [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

In his latest Cannon Fodder podcast, Greg Auman looks back on the Bucs' humbling 17-3 loss to the Panthers, dropping them to 2-5 with a fourth straight loss.

Why did the offense disappear? Did the defense make a big step forward? What's left for the Bucs as they try to salvage the rest of the season? Listen below:

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Cannon Fodder podcast: What happened to the Bucs' offense? 10/30/17 [Last modified: Monday, October 30, 2017 2:09pm]
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