Buccaneers: 4 positives from Tampa Bay’s loss to the Saints in Week 1

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Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Four positives from the Buccaneers’ loss to the New Orleans Saints in Week 1

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn’t quite get the result they had hoped for last weekend when they traveled down to New Orleans to take on the Saints.

The Buccaneers suffered a 34-23 loss to their NFC South divisional rival and there were plenty of areas in which the team can grow and develop as we progress through the rest of the season.

That being said, it wasn’t all bad.

Here are four positives from the season-opening loss and blocks that the Buccaneers can build off of as we progress through the rest of the year.

4. Those new uniforms look sick

Let’s start with the only positive takeaway that has nothing to do with the performance on the field.

Those new uniforms look sick and there’s no way around it. No alarm clock numbers. No weird designs. We’re back to peak Buccaneers uniform status and that’s a note that should be taken.

It was nice seeing the team in such a crisp, clean look and that’s something that Bucs fans are going to grow to appreciate even more as we get a few games into the season. Now, let’s get to the actual football reasons to remain positive.

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