Ahead of their week two matchup against the Carolina Panthers, here is some needed fantasy football advice for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Week one was a game that head coach Bruce Arians, quarterback Jameis Winston and all of Buccaneers nation wants to move on from and never look back. What impact does last week’s performance have on your fantasy football lineup? We’ve got you covered.
While aspects of the team looked improved from last season the biggest eye sore and weak link appeared to be the quarterback position and along the offensive front. While expectations for Winston in the Arians offense were very high, they have quickly come crashing down to reality. I’m here to tell you not to panic but to have patience, it will eventually click.
Sunday’s game against the 49ers was a total let down offensively from a fantasy football standpoint for the entire offense. With the exception of running back Ronald Jones who surprised by totaling 75 yards on 13 carries, and wide receiver Chris Godwin salvaging his day by getting into the end zone, there were not many bright spots in the game.
Stud receiver Mike Evans was playing with an illness and it showed on the field. Evans is someone would should be started one a week-to-week basis and one bad game should not deter from targeting him in leagues if the owner is worried after just one bad week. Week two is a divisional matchup on the road against the Carolina Panthers and will he big time tone setter for the rest of the season moving forward.