Four things that could impede on the Buccaneers winning a Super Bowl
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter the 2020 season as legitimate postseason competitors for the first time in more than 12 years.
The Buccaneers have made several big-time moves during the offseason that have them considered one of the hottest teams in the league and there’s no reason to believe they can’t make major improvements this season.
While no one here is saying that the Buccaneers are Super Bowl favorites, Tampa Bay certainly has an opportunity to compete. Here are four things, though, that could stop the Bucs from winning a Super Bowl.
4. The secondary falters
Perhaps the most questionable position group on the team heading into this season is the secondary.
It’s not because the Buccaneers don’t have talent in the defensive backfield, it’s simply because there’s still so much youth and inexperience in the position group.
Guys like Sean Murphy-Bunting, Jamel Dean, Mike Edwards, Antoine Winfield Jr., Andrew Adams and others have to step up and make an impact. The Bucs have one of the best starting front-sevens in the league, but that won’t make a difference if the secondary gives up big plays and can’t allow the front-seven an opportunity to make plays.