There are plenty of red zone issues, on both sides of the ball. The offense is having a hard time scoring in the red zone, and the defense is having problems keeping teams from scoring, in the red zone.
“Jameis Winston is developing as an NFL quarterback at warp speed for a rookie. But the Bucs would like him to make quicker decisions with the football in the red zone. Though it’s hardly all the fault of Winston, the Bucs are 28th in the NFL in red-zone efficiency, scoring touchdowns only 42.9 percent of their trips inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. By comparison, 15 teams are 60 percent or better.” – Reported by Rick Stroud
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