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Tim Benz podcast: Previewing Steelers-Buccaneers on ‘Monday Night Football’

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick passes during a game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Raymond James Stadium on Sept. 16, 2018 in Tampa, Fla.

I’m joined by Jay Recher of 620 WDAE sports radio in Tampa Bay for the Breakfast with Benz podcast. We preview the Pittsburgh Steelers road trip to Tampa Bay for “Monday Night Football.”

How is Ryan Fitzpatrick doing it? How good are his receivers? Can the Bucs win with that defense? Also we talk about the Chris Archer trade and the future of the Lightning.

Hey, Steelers Nation, get the latest news about the Pittsburgh Steelers here.

LISTEN: Previewing the Steelers-Buccaneers matchup

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