Recent injury opens up perfect trade for Buccaneers offense

The Buccaneers are dealing with a huge wide receiver problem right now, but it seems like their Scotty Miller problem might be more pressing.

The loss of all starting wide receivers has been a huge reason behind why the Buccaneers lost their first game of the 2022 season. The defense has been nothing short of outstanding, but the offense’s inability to score more than one touchdown in a game is going to hold the whole team back.

The Bucs have a wide receiver problem, yet somehow they also have a Scotty Miller problem. How both of these things can exist at the same time is beyond this writer, but this guy has to get off the field.

The drops that plagued Miller during the preseason have shown up in the worst way when the Bucs need someone to step up for Tom Brady, and this can’t continue.

In a perfect world, Miller would only be a worst-case game day player if the Bucs had all of their receivers, but Miller is getting major reps now with limited to no success.

The Buccaneers need a change to fix their offense, and it looks like an opportunity just arose to get Miller out of Tampa and also get the Bucs some trade capital.

The Giants just lost Sterling Shepard for the rest of the season. New York has a first-year head coach, a quarterback they are trying to evaluate, and a new deficiency at wide receiver. One best believe they will look on the market.

Miller isn’t exactly at the height of his value after a horrific stretch, but the Bucs need to get him off the field and the Giants can afford a late Day Three pick to get another body in the room that at least has some great moments on tape from the past.

This feels like a better option for the Bucs than cutting Miller, although that option probably shouldn’t be off the board if they can’t find another way to get rid of him.

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