Can Koetter get Bucs offense up to speed?

by Gary Shelton on September 10, 2015 · 1 comment

in general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

Winston must lead this offense as a rookie./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Winston must lead this offense as a rookie./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Thursday, 6 a.m.

Tampa Bay Bucs fans don't want that much from offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter. Not really.

They'd like the rookie quarterback to look efficient. They'd like the broken offensive line to look healed. They'd like the running game to reappear. They'd like the receivers to look dangerous. At the end of the day, they'd like the placekicker to look tired.

In other words, they'd like the offense to finally look, well, coordinated.

Look smart. Look creative. Look explosive. Look well-coached. Look so good that fans check your helmets to make sure there isn't a New England Patriot on them.

Just that.

Only that.

No one needs to be reminded how awful this offense was a year ago when the Bucs decided that Jeff Tedford wasn't their

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Cecil DeBald September 11, 2015 at 8:20 am

I happened to read in the NYT that it’s possible this year to score 1 point, and the first thought in my head was, “Wow! When da Bears come to town on 12/27 we may see the NFL’s first 2-1 game!

Sorry, can’t help it…


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