As we preview the Buccaneers’ season, who are the five best cornerbacks on the schedule?
Football is here again! As you read this, the first day of Buccaneers’ training camp is in full swing. Jameis Winston and company are hard at work, preparing the 2016 offense to achieve heights far beyond what the 2015 edition did. Gerald McCoy and the gang are devising ways to spend the 2016 season in opposing backfields. Vernon Hargreaves and the revamped defensive backfield is looking to come together and establish the chemistry needed to lock wide receivers down.
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We know that the Bucs’ cornerbacks have to play better, that is why Jason Licht changed the roster up. 70% completion percentage against the defense cannot be tolerated at the college level, much less in the NFL. Teams threw at will against the Tampa defense, which is part of the reason why Lovie is gone. But, the players needed to perform as well.
But today, we are looking at the other side of the coin. We are looking at the defensive backs that Winston will be throwing against this year. Specifically, we are looking at the five best cornerbacks on the 2016 schedule.
Next: Number Five