With Preseason week two in the books, check out the Tampa Bay Buccaneer Week 2 report card. Who passed, who failed against the Titans?
As week two of the preseason played out over the weekend, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a decisive 30-14 win over the Tennessee Titans.
Of course, winning doesn’t matter in the preseason, but escaping games healthy and getting a solid evaluation of the roster is important.
Luckily, they were no major injuries that came out of the game against the Titans as it was a battle of former number one and number two overall picks of the 2015 draft, well sort of. Jameis Winston was relegated to the backup role during due to his three-game suspension. Marcus Mariota and the Titans played the first quarter against veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Aside from the “Winston-Mariota” storyline, the Buccaneers put together another strong performance. So far, there’s been a lot to like about the Bucs. Jason Licht’s draft class has given a great first impression and the offense has been lighting up the scoreboard.
Early on in the preseason, the starting units don’t get much of a chance to really work, but their short stints have been positive. The new-look defense seems to have corrected some issues which caused the dreadful 2017 season.
With the school year approaching around the US, let’s take a look at the Buccaneers “Report Card” to evaluate which players passed or failed during last week’s contest.
Now let’s look at some players or areas where the Buccaneers received passing grades against the Tennessee Titans.