Koetter’s way has led to a better Bucs’ offense

by Gary Shelton on November 6, 2015 · 1 comment

in general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

Doug Martin has gone from 40th in the league to fourth.

Doug Martin has gone from 40th in the league to fourth.

Friday, 6 a.m.

This year, there is a direction. This year, there is an identity. This year, there are expectations.

This year, darned if the offense of the Tampa Bay Bucs doesn't look, well, coordinated.

No, they are still not a fireworks show. They are still not lethal. They are still not the kind of offense that conjures up nicknames and makes defensive coordinators nervous.

But this year, for a change, you can at least tell what the Tampa Bay Bucs are trying to do.

Which is an okay place to start.

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Barry McDowell November 6, 2015 at 4:14 pm

Definitely a huge upgrade from last year. I’m not confident about Donovan’s pass blocking but hopefully he’ll grow and improve. Need to keep Jameis healthy.


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