The Buccaneers played a much different game in week three against the Minnesota Vikings then they did in week two against the Chicago Bears, so what happened or didn’t happen that made the games totally different?
In my new weekly series I will review the Tampa Bay Buccaneers games compared to the previous week’s games pointing out the good … and the bad, and I will also share some patterns that I am noticing throughout the season.
The Buccaneers were on top of the world after their week two win against Chicago where they dominated just about every aspect of the game, and looked like the team we all thought they would be this season, … and then the flu bug hit the team causing a couple of players to miss the game in Minneapolis against the Vikings and backup quarterback Case Keenum.
As the game began the Buccaneers were clearly outmatched by the Vikings in every aspect of the game causing several Buccaneers fans to ask themselves “What the Heck happened from week two to week three?”
So let’s dig deeper into see what did happen in the terrible game up north against the Vikings that was different then when the Buccaneers played the Bears the previous week at home.