In the wake of the firing of Hayes last week, despite him being under contract for the upcoming season, the Buccaneers are in need of a new defensive line coach. After a devastating season with the lack of consistent pass rush, and the lack of production from the D-line in general, left the buccaneers in
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PFF ranks Bucs stud linebacker Lavonte David and All Pro Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy as 2 of the top 50 players in the NFL last season. David finished the season with a combined 101 tackles and 5 fumbles forced while his partner in crime exploded through double teams to record 6 sacks on the season.
Anyone that watched just a few Bucs games last year knows that Tampa Bay’s secondary is one of the weakest parts of the team. Undoubtedly, quick improvement in that area is necessary, especially with the best Defensive Back potentially leaving the Buccaneers next month, as Brent Grimes is set to become a Free Agent. There
There are some players on the rise in Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers’ 2017 draft acquisitions played a significant role in their success on offense this season. Rookie Chris Godwin finished the season with one touchdown, 525 yards on 35 catches (averaging 15 yards per catch) with limited action behind veteran receiver DeSean Jackson. First round
Whomever says that money can buy happiness should look no further than Le’Veon Bell. The 25 year old, 6’ 1”, 244 pound running back, who makes over $12 million a year, might be spending Valentine’s Day alone this year. Why would such an eligible bachelor be spending V-Day alone, you may ask? Well, apparently the
When the Buccaneers acquired speedy Wide Receiver DeSean Jackson via Free Agency last year, Bucs fans had high hopes for this shiny new weapon of Jameis Winston’s. It seemed that Jackson playing alongside stud Wideout Mike Evans was the final missing piece that this offense needed in order to finally succeed again and be a