Moves the Buccaneers need to make to keep dominating in 2022 and beyond
By Rob Leeds
The Buccaneers need to be honest about their future at quarterback
Blaine Gabbert is not the future face of the franchise for the Buccaneers. Anyone who says otherwise is simply lying to themselves.
Kyle Trask is probably not the future face of the franchise based on the need for a dominant quarterback over one that is middle of the pack, but it is fair to say that we haven’t seen enough of Trask yet in the NFL to make that determination.
With that being said, Trask needs a mountain of reps during the upcoming months. Reps in practice, after practice with guys like White, and during preseason games are extremely important for a guy that is trying to show that he belongs on the team beyond the short term.
All of these reps will just get Trask more confident in the offense and help him shine when he does finally get that chance to play.
Even if he struggles or fails, this will still show the Bucs what they have, and that will allow the team to move forward down the road to make moves to regain a quality QB1.
One way or another, the time on the bench and in the shadows for Kyle Trask needs to come to a close.