The Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense will be the best in the league

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers /

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense will be the best in the league

We’re a little more than two weeks away from the start of the 2020 season for the Tamp Bay Buccaneers and we’re learning more and more about the team as Training Camp continues.

The Buccaneers have now officially gone through two weeks of Training Camp and will now begin to take the steps of making final roster decisions and beginning to shorten the rotation as they prepare for the start of the year in the form of an away game against the New Orleans Saints.

Before we get to that point, though, one thing has become apparent over the course of these last couple of weeks of practice: The Buccaneers offense. That unit is no joke.

Many don’t realize the absolute transformation that has happened within the offense from a year ago with Tom Brady now at the helm, but it won’t take them long to figure it out.

What many don’t remember is that the Bucs actually scored the same amount of points last season as the Saints did, the problem was two-fold: The defense failed to get stops when it needed them most, and the offense turned the ball over too many times- especially in key situations.

That’s not going to be the case for the Buccaneers this season

Tom Brady didn’t come to Tampa Bay just to collect a pay check and enjoy the Florida weather for a couple of years.

He has made it clear from the very beginning that he’s here to compete and that can be seen on the field.

Brady’s accuracy is something that wide receivers have lauded about over the course of camp. He has elevated that offense to new levels and those offensive weapons- guys like Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, O.J. Howard, Scotty Miller and others- are elevating his game, as well.

If Brady can refrain from turning the ball over like Winston, we’re talking about the best offense in the game. Those skill position weapons are just too much for opposing defenses to handle.

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It’s going to be interesting to watch, but don’t be surprised if we see this Buccaneers team putting up more than 30 points per game and leading the league offensively.