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Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Gerald McCoy breaks his silence

The defensive tackle talked about the Bucs' defensive play, how he feels about not being a captain and what players are doing to try to turn the season around.
 
Bucs Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy watches warmups before a game against the Cleveland Browns last month in Tampa. [MONICA HERNDON   |   Times]
Bucs Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy watches warmups before a game against the Cleveland Browns last month in Tampa. [MONICA HERNDON | Times]
Published Nov. 6, 2018

Speaking publicly for the first time in weeks, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy on Monday talked about the Bucs' defensive play, how he feels about not being a captain and what players are doing to try to turn the season around.

Plus, Dirk Koetter say bad tackling is the problem with the defense.

Also, the Rays' Blake Snell and Kevin Cash are finalists for postseason awards, while Joey Wendle misses out.

And, the Lightning hasn't missed a beat despite  the absence of defenseman Victor Hedman and forward Ondrej Palat.

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