4 biggest changes to expect from the Buccaneers in 2021

Lavonte David, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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2021 may end the same was as 2020 for the Buccaneers, but that doesn’t mean that changes aren’t coming.

The Buccaneers are still riding high after their Super Bowl victory several months ago. To make it that far and win over a team like the Chiefs is no small task for a team like Tampa that has struggled with mediocrity for years, but that season is over.

Bruce Arians and the rest of the roster have been adamant about explaining that this current team has won nothing. It just happens to be irony that all of the starters from last season are back this year, but there is truth to the sentiment.

Complacency breeds weakness. Winning all the time builds a superiority complex in the minds of some teams that leads to taking reps off against “inferior” opponents, and that is a recipe for disaster in the NFL.

The Bucs have to do everything in their power to keep complacency as far out of their locker room as possible if they hope to make it back to the Super Bowl this year, and that means the fanbase needs to expect the team to do things different from last season.

Hopefully, the Buccaneers will do plenty to keep opposing teams on their toes as they go on a defense tour of the Lombardi Trophy, and we should all expect plenty of changes to come in the game plan and formation of the team as the season wears on.