1. Use the advantages in the passing game
There are some talented defensive backs in the Panthers’ secondary, but that’s not necessarily the case all around.
Derek Carr– who we all know isn’t one of the greatest QBs in the league- completed 73.3 percent of his passes for 239 yards and a touchdown against the Panthers last weekend and now Carolina has to go up against Tom Brady and one of the most talented wide receiver corps in the league, even if there are injuries.
Look for the Bucs to try and take advantages in the passing game and to air the ball out early and often against the Panthers Sunday afternoon.