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Notes from the Enemy: Bucs dealing with long road trip, Bruce Arians talks struggling secondary, offensive trio among best in NFL and more

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It has not been the best start for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but Bruce Arians is trying to get the team back on the right track and after a long, long road trip, they are back at home.

Take a look at the SB Nation Buccaneers site Bucs Nation, with what is going on with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and our old friend Bruce Arians.

Notes and highlights from the Bucs 40-34 loss to the Seahawks - Bucs Nation
Lots of firsts in the overtime loss in Seattle.

Yarcho’s Pick Six: Buccaneers Can’t Finish - Bucs Nation
Buccaneers come up short, lose to Seahawks 40-34 in overtime

Secondary taking its toll on Bucs - Bucs Nation
Bruce Arians spoke about the issues in the secondary on Wednesday

Rookie Recap: Buccaneers at Seattle Seahawks - Bucs Nation
How the rookies held up in Week 9

Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston talks season’s first half, returning home - Bucs Nation
The Tampa Bay quarterback assesses the team’s first half and how he feels about returning to Raymond James Stadium this Sunday.

Bucs have NFL’s top trio in Jameis Winston, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin - Bucs Nation
Bucs trio lands as honorable mention despite struggles in standings

Kahzin Daniels’ Opportunity Of A Lifetime - Bucs Nation
He will be on the 53-man roster for Sunday’s game.

As expected, Cardinals praising Bruce Arians ahead of reunion - Bucs Nation
Former players looking back to good times with B.A.

Will the Cardinals bring the deep ball back against the Buccaneers? - Bucs Nation
Kingsbury’s pass-happy offense has been very run heavy

Know Your Enemy: Cardinals Wide Receiver, Christian Kirk - Bucs Nation
Second-year receiver looking for his first win of the year

NFL making a change after Buccaneers’ long stretch away from home? - Bucs Nation
Head coach Bruce Arians said he was told that a stretch like the one his team just had won’t happen again.

Consistent inconsistencies currently define Tampa Bay’s defense - Bucs Nation
A lack of synchronization has kept the defense from reaching its full potential.