The Bucs head back to Raymond James Stadium in week 3 to kick off their home opener against the Los Angeles Rams. Every fan and player alike are hoping for (and expecting) revenge for a string of losses going back the last 4 seasons.
The Rams defense held the struggling Seahawks to just 3 points in week 2 but, allowed Gabbert and the 49ers to score 28 against them in week 1. The offense has been nearly nonexistent scoring just 9 points in weeks 1 and 2 combined.
Everyone is waiting to see how the Bucs bounce back after the blowout they just received. If there is any carryover, though, there isn’t a much better team in the league to face than the unimpressive Rams to gain a much-needed confidence boost.