In a disappointing loss to the Carolina Panthers, the Buccaneers look to route the Jacksonville Jaguars and break the: at home losing streak. Jacksonville’s defense is good against the run and their offense is capable of putting points on the board. But Tampa Bay’s defense is good against the pass and our offense; Well, let’s just say needs to be in rare form and not commit any turnovers. If we do not commit turnovers offensively on Sunday, I am more than confident we walk away with a win. I’m not going to play the blame game for why we’ve lost so many games, we just need to win. I think the key to winning Sunday will be: Establishing the run and fixing the turnover issue. The Jacksonville Jaguars own us 4-1 in the history of our competitions and that needs to be stopped in its tracks.
“Two struggling teams, each in search of their second win of the season, face off Sunday when Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars head to Tampa Bay to play Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers. Jacksonville (1-3) is coming off a disappointing 16-13 overtime loss to the Colts in which rookie kicker Jason Myers missed two late-game opportunities to give his team the win. Tampa Bay (1-3) lost to Carolina last week, 37-23 and has lost 11 straight at Raymond James Stadium.”-FoxSports
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