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At 5'9, 180 lbs. and listed as Fullback #20 in your programs thanks to an error with the printers, Sean Scampton is a four-sport (football, basketball, baseball, and chess) career backup and budding sports writer. Although he was captain of his high school swim team, so there is that. Sean is looking to turn three of his passions, namely sports, writing, and working in your undies, into a career. He loves competitive sport in all shapes and sizes. He has a particular passion for the NFL, the NBA, the MLB, the NHL, as well as Fantasy Football.
Sean joined the Bleacher Report to meet other sports writers and fans. He is also here to practice his own skills and to improve upon them with the help of the Bleacher Report community. Sean writes for Focus Magazine in Lakeland, FL and is currently pursuing more freelancing opportunities in the Minneapolis, MN area. If you like, you can contact him at email@example.com.
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When it comes time, remind me, because I tend to get wrapped up in writing on here and another site; I never discount an inner-division opponent. Those are the teams to watch out for, and I know how solid the Bucs play at home, period.
Yeah, I saw that you're a Bucs fan, all the more reason to become a fan so in the event the Bucs sneak up on my Cats, you can bust my chops about it, lol. I don't discount the Bucs at all, especially inner-division games, unless they get banged up. Looks to be a very interesting season for the NFC South as a whole, however.
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My articles of is this quarterback elite does continue, this time Drew Brees. Why the NFL's most underrated quarterback will solidify his spot to those who don't think he is elite. appreciate any feedback given. Take care!
This piece is one of the more passionate articles I have written as an NFL writer. Why the playoff seeding needs to be re-arranged in the NFL. Would appreciate any feedback and grade for it. Hope you enjoy!