Every week, we here at The Pewter Plank find a piece of Buccaneers news or a player to talk about in our round table column. Then, I formulate the question, and present it for all of our writers to dwell on and write about.
Until now, the writers at the site have no clue what each has written about whatever Buccaneers item I present to them. Like you, their first time reading this really is their first time reading this.
A lot of conversations have been had recently about the future of the franchise. Specifically, whether or not Dirk Koetter is the right head coach to lead the team into it.
Mike Smith has drawn plenty of criticism himself for the underwhelming performance his defense has displayed in 2017 as well.
Will both of them be fired? Will one be replaced? Recently, Smith was even connected to rumors he might be a target of the New York Giants for 2018.
Ultimately, this decision rests in the hands of the Glazer family as far as firings are concerned.
This isn’t an unusual thought process for the family, or fans of the organization, to be having. Is it time to replace the coaches? Well, before we get into a final answer, we need to start answering some crucial questions.
The first will come in the form of this week’s round table: Should the injuries suffered by the 2017 Buccaneers be considered when deciding the fates of the coaching staff?
Let’s see what the writer’s had to say.