Entering his second year as Buccaneers head coach, there are a few things we need to see from Dirk Koetter in the 2017 season.
There isn’t a whole lot not to be excited about when it comes to the direction of the Buccaneers. Jason Licht is the right man in the front office, Jameis Winston and Kwon Alexander are the young leaders on either side of the ball that teammates can look to and rely on, and Dirk Koetter is the perfect fit for this team at this time.
Even the Lovie Smith defenders came around after seeing what the Bucs were able to do last season and have lent their support to Koetter moving forward. It appears that the days of the head coaching carousel are gone.
But that doesn’t mean Koetter can’t show us a little more this season.
As great as Koetter was, there were a few shortcomings last year and a few areas we all need to see some improvements in. Now, Koetter is already the best coach we’ve had in Tampa since Jon Gruden was canned, but that doesn’t make Dirk immune to criticism or critique