Dirk Koetter will return to coach Tampa Bay Buccaneers next season

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According to NBC's Pro Football Talk, "there's a growing sense" that the current NFL broadcaster will return to Tampa Bay.

- Saints running back Mark Ingram is just the fifth player in team history with 1,000+ rushing yards and 10+ rushing touchdowns, and the first since Deuce McAllister in 2006.

The New Orleans Saints will be going to the Raymond James Stadium to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this coming Sunday at 4:25 PM EST.

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ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio reports there's a "growing sense in league circles" Jon Gruden will return as the next coach of the Bucs.

The Buccaneers won't be giving the quick hook to a second consecutive head coach after only two seasons.

Martin was suspended by the team for a rule violation two weeks ago and is nearing the end of another disappointing season, in which he's averaging merely 3.0 yards per carry, that began with a drug suspension. That, along with quarterback Jameis Winston still not playing as well as a team would hope a No. 1 overall draft pick to play, would be reason to think Koetter would be on the hot seat. Sure, their injury report may look significantly longer than the Buccaneers', especially with TE Garrett Griffin, OT Terron Armstead, and DE Trey Henderickson all being questionable to play with injuries, but I still say the Saints can cover the spread here. Tampa Bay controlled much of this game and kept the Panthers on their heels, but that wasn't enough to get the victory in Charlotte. "It's just so that teams know it's in the bad, so they'll play honest ..." You just don't understand that relationship in that quarterback room. He has thrown 47 touchdown passes against Tampa Bay, his most against any opponent in the NFL.