The Buccaneers are having a ton of personnel issues. Can they get to the bottom of it?
“The Bucs traded a fifth-round for George Johnson in an effort to improve the team’s pass rush. Instead, he played only 32% of the defensive snaps and was once again invisible. His replacement was William Gholston, who played more snaps than any other defensive lineman and once again had a very good day against the run. He’s not quite a good pass rusher, but he’s showing more and more flashes — and he’s easily making a bigger impact than Johnson, who is now reduced to being a rotational defensive end.”- Sander Philipse
More here: George Johnson is a bust, and other Buccaneers snap count takeaways