Buccaneers: Four Areas of Concern Heading into the Regular Season
With the four preseason games now in the books for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the start to a potentially promising season about to begin, a week later than expected though due to hurricane Irma, here is a look at some areas of concern that I have for the Buccaneers heading into the regular season.
With the preseason, where the Buccaneers finished 1-3, in the books and final cuts made the promising 2017 regular season for the Buccaneers was about to begin its opening chapter this Sunday at Miami against new quarterback Jay Cutler and the Dolphins, but Hurricane Irma had other ideas causing the game to be postponed until week 11.
Meaning that the Buccaneers have to wait one more week for their opening chapter of the promising 2017 season to begin at home against the Chicago Bears on September 17th.
(Most importantly everyone in Florida stay safe because in the long run that is the most important thing).
After watching the starters play during the preseason I came away with some concerns for the upcoming regular season, and yes I know that the players don’t play as hard and the coaches don’t open up the full playbook as much during the preseason, but these are concerning patterns that have shown up in the last few seasons that continued to show up during the preseason.
Let’s than look deep into my four points of concern that I have noticed for the Buccaneers heading into the regular season.