Bucs Central

Jameis Wisnton

The Bucs offensively approached the game against the Saints, running a balanced offensive attack with 30 runs to 31 passing situations. They continue to increase the total number of plays per game they are utilizing 12 personnel (1RB, 2TE 2WR). There was another wrinkle introduced by Koetter, with the use of WR Josh Huff –… Read More

Jameis Winston, was average to below average from a  completion and ball placement standpoint. However, there were some positives to glean from his performance. He had his best showing of the season throwing to the right sideline; completing 5 of 8 passes, and was 2 of 2 under pressure when throwing to the right sideline… Read More

A couple things this week: first the Bucs used 10 personnel (1RB, 0TE, 4WR) for the first time running the personnel package twice, both times passing out of the formation - neither pass attempt was completed. On defense the team used 5-3-3 (5DL, 3LB, 3DB) - during a goal-line play, they were unable to stop… Read More

Jameis Winston, against the Arizona Cardinals was harassed for much of the day! The Cardinals defense sent 5 or more rushers at Winston on 48% of his dropbacks. A trend that is sure to continue throughout the remainder of the teams games, until Winston shows a  consistency to beat pressure. Another alarming trend, that seems to be highlighted… Read More

Around The NFL, editor, Gregg Rosenthal, of NFL.com has inked the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the future, of the NFC South. While proclaiming the Carolina Panthers are the present – rightfully so, in the case of the Panthers - until one of the other teams in the South dethrones the standard of the conference, in… Read More