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09.03.2019 07:07
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers actually won a game since Week 2. Antworten

I know what you’re thinking - but they beat the Browns White Demar Dotson Jersey , Evan. Did they really, though? Tampa Bay did everything in their power to lose that game. Semantics aside, the Bucs played well enough on both sides of the ball en route to a nice 27-9 win over the 49ers. No turnovers and a steady defense were key. How will that reflect in this week’s final grades?OffenseLet’s go ahead and start with the obvious: Jameis Winston’s performance. While this should be the floor for Winston every week, it was still nice to see him come out and take care of business against an inferior opponent. Especially after being benched a month ago after the Cincinnati game. What impressed me the most was his ability to move around in the pocket. The work he has put in over the offseason has clearly showed and it is helping him extend plays. Just look at the Adam Humphries touchdown. Winston made that play happen with his mobility, there is no doubt about that. Now on the other side, a lot of his ability to extend plays had to do with breakdowns in pass protection. Once Demar Dotson went out with an injury, it was clear Tampa Bay was at a disadvantage up front. At the end of the day, they made it work, though. Here’s a sentence I didn’t think I’d type again for the rest of the year: the Bucs had zero turnovers on the day. It’s amazing what they can do when they don’t put themselves behind the 8-ball , isn’t it?Tampa Bay also amassed over 100 yards on the ground, but they only averaged about 3.5 yards per carry. They were 7/13 on third down, recorded 25 first downs, and went 2/2 in goal-to-go situations. Penalties were still an issue, though. Ryan Jensen committed an idiotic unnecessary roughness penalty in the first quarter that really stalled the drive. Tampa Bay cannot do that against good teams if they expect to win. In all, it was a solid day by the offense. Final Grade: 3.5 (B+)DefenseAside from allowing Matt Breida to run wild, the defense played very well on Sunday. Carl Nassib continues to develop into a solid pass rusher and Jason Pierre-Paul eclipsed double-digit sacks on the season after taking Nick Mullens down in the second quarter. Even Gerald McCoy got in on the fun. The defense held Mullens to just 25 passing yards in the first half, but he was able to find success in the second half. He ended up with 194 on the day, which is still a good number for the defense. Mullens also threw two (omg , turnovers!) interceptions. One was picked off by Ryan Smith in the end zone and the other by Isaiah Johnson. Both interceptions came in the fourth quarter as San Francisco was attempting a comeback. The Bucs allowed just one third down conversion on the entire day and either forced a punt or turnover on 8/11 drives. And don’t forget about the goal-line stand. The Bucs were up 13-6 and the 49ers had just taken the ball down inside the one-yard line. Tampa Bay was able to stuff both Breida and Mullens, forcing San Francisco into a 4th-and-goal from the one. Joe Staley then committed a false start that forced the 49ers into a field goal attempt. It was a major momentum swing. But we can’t finish this up without discussing the run defense. They couldn’t stop Breida for their collective lives. The talented back finished with 106 yards on 14 carries and the 49ers ran for 148 as a team. Breida’s 7.6 yards per carry and the team’s 6.2 yards per clip are worrisome considering the rushing attacks they are set to face over these last five weeks. This needs to get fixed quickly. Final Grade: 3.0 (B) Special TeamsI almost don’t want to mention this because I’m afraid I’ll jinx it. Screw it. THANK YOU SWEET BABY JESUS FOR CAIRO SANTOS!!Santos nailed both of his field goal attempts on the day and both were a major factor in helping the Bucs extend their lead. He also made all of his extra point attempts and is perfect on the season so far. Bryan Anger did his thing punting the ball and the coverage units performed well. Final Grade: 4.0 (A) CoachingIt’s tough to grade out a coaching job during a game that you should win. Tampa Bay got the victory, but there were still some moments where you were trying to figure out what this staff was really doing. 13 of Peyton Barber’s 18 runs came on first down. This has not been the norm this season as the Bucs have been more prone to pass on first down. Add that with the lack of execution on the ground and it makes you wonder what was going on. The defensive game plan was solid, but the 49ers were able to take advantage of a lot of wide-open receivers and a porous run defense. This staff will be under the microscope for the rest of the year, but at least they took some heat off of themselves this week. Final Grade: 2.5 (C+)Overall Grade: 3.13 (B)It was a solid performance, but could’ve used some work. The goal line stand, Winston’s performance, and the lack of turnovers are major building blocks for this team.The only question that remains is can they build off this win?Overall Grade For The Season: 2.03 (C) When the schedule was released, people freaked out. When it was known quarterback Jameis Winston would miss the first three games Youth Jameis Winston Jersey , people freaked out some more. When journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick was not going to be replaced by a guy like Teddy Bridgewater, people freaked out.Here we are now two games into the season and people want Fitzpatrick to remain the starter for a very long time.The 35-year-old quarterback has been lighting up the statsheet. In the first two games of the season, he has thrown eight touchdowns to one interception with a quarterback rating of 151.5. Crazy.It’s understandable why people would like to see the veteran signal caller continue under center and not let Winston play again until Fitz falls on his face or an injury occurs. But why not let the young 24-year-old come back anyways despite Fitzpatrick’s success?Many are using Fitzpatrick’s accuracy as their main reason for their argument. Currently throwing at a 78-percent completion rate has people wanting more Fitzmagic. But it’s more about the system and the preseason where you’ll find the answers as to why.This preseason, the Buccaneers scored the most points under head coach Dirk Koetter. It also happens to be the first preseason he wasn’t calling plays and the first preseason where all three of the Bucs quarterbacks saw improvement in their completion percentages.Jameis Winston2018 - 73.2% on 41 attempts2017 - 68.1% on 47 attempts2016 - 59.1% on 44 attemptsRyan Fitzpatrick2018 - 60.7% on 28 attempts2017 - 52.5% on 40 attempts2016 - 55.2% on 29 attemptsRyan Griffin2018 - 68% on 75 attempts2017 - Injured2016 - 58.1% on 74 attemptsWinston put up that completion percentage this past preseason with a shuffled offensive line and wide receivers group. Same goes for Fitzpatrick. And with that, both were able to put up their best preseason completion percentages under Monken’s playcalling. You can say the same for Griffin.Now we see Fitzpatrick putting up his highest completion percentage of his career with an offensive line and offensive weapons that are set, not shuffled. So while Fitzpatrick is most certainly doing an excellent job so far in two games, the same opportunity should be given to Winston — that is to play with a set group of offensive personnel with the same consistent playcalling.What we have seen so far is the offense executing Monken’s game planning which is now being complimented by his game planning. Where as before, Monken’s game planning was being steered differently by play calling that came from Dirk Koetter.So while there is certainly some magic in the air, this new Buccaneers offensive system is what has allowed for the success we’ve seen so far in 2018.***UPDATE***Since people apparently seem to have memory loss on Winston connecting on deep balls and now the attention has turned to that , let’s refresh our memories.This offseason, Winston was committed to get better in that department. He did.He worked on his chemistry with DeSean Jackson and it showed in camp as he hit him deep in stride a few times. Oh, and the one time they attempted it in preseason, he hit Jackson in stride there, too. Here’s the gif:

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