The Tampa Bay Buccaneers backfield produced 158 total yards on the ground against the Jaguars. Charles Sims, continue to prove why he is the number two, as he started in the absence of Doug Martin, and Mike James is pleading his case nicely for a return to the Buccaneers depth chart. However, Storm Johnson and Peyton Barber are also pleading their cases and doing so with emphasis.
It wasn’t just the throwing ability of Mike Glennon that had the Jacksonville Jaguars defense standing on their tip toes it was also the fresh legs coming in and out of that Saturday night game, that left the Jags defense at a loss.
If one thing sticks out along with the Buc defense improving, it has to be the running schemes and how it has every member of the group, looking like possible starters.