The Buccaneers need to go with what works
The Buccaneers secondary looks about as good as any secondary has looked in franchise history. Could this one go down as the best all-time? It is certainly on the table if they can keep this pace up in an era that throws this much.
Todd Bowles is letting his guys eat on defense, subbing out about as much as he has done with his running backs, but the one rising star that isn’t playing every snap is veteran Logan Ryan.
Ryan is looking like a Hell of a pickup after the first few weeks of the season, and his impact on games is going beyond his current snap rate.
Even after playing 58% of the defensive snaps in the loss versus the Packers, it still felt like Ryan had more to bring with his sound defense.
Regardless of how he does it, Todd Bowles might want to start looking into more formations that have Logan Ryan on the field if his first three games are any indication of how this season is going to be.
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