The Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line was much improved, in this last season, so much so that they have will keep their current offensive lines coach. With two rookies starting on the line this season, the line had it’s fair share of issues, from penalties to the allowance of defenses to get to Jameis Winston. The penalties should be easily corrected as well as the pressure allowed on the quarterback, and the line should be even better in 2016.
“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will retain George Warhop as their offensive line coach, according to Greg Auman. The long-time Browns assistant came in 2014 and oversaw one of the worst lines in football, but he had a nice bounce-back year in 2015 despite being forced to start two rookies and a preseason street free agent for nearly the entire year.” – Reported by Sander Philipse
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