Breaking down the Atlanta Falcons, NFC South after Week 6
Sep 20, 2015; New Orleans, LA, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (3) looks on prior to the game against the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Can anything in football go right in the Sunshine State? The Jaguars look like an all-amateur team, the Dolphins are lost in chaos, and the Bucs are well… the Bucs.
Every year, many expect to see Tampa Bay turn the corner, somehow, but the Bucs never do. And this year is no exception as they appear to be the only team that is out of the equation for the division crown, and the people around Tampa Bay are already wishing baseball would start again.
Where everything has gone wrong for the Bucs has been on offense as they continued to struggle to find the end zone, and defenses around the league look at the schedule knowing that they’ll add to their stats with ease. Sure, there are players that have a lot of potential dressed in red for the Bucs, but every week, their inconsistent play overshadows any sort of momentary success they may show.
Jameis Winston looks overmatched in his first year, and Mike Evans appears to be going through the second-year slump that accompanies many rookie stars. But even though the potential is there, it look as if another usual, losing year for Tampa Bay.
The place where all the snowbirds flee may see a rise in the golf course attendances as Tampa and everything else related to football leaves a lot to be desired.
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