Even when sitting at 2-1 despite all of their injuries, the Buccaneers are far from being a perfect team. Here is what they need to do.
No team is perfect, especially a team like the Buccaneers that is 2-1 and could easily be 3-0 during a tough start to the season.
A perfect start to the season was never a requirement, but it is fair to say that this team could be better in some areas that would help the outlook for the remainder of the season.
Here are some easy moves the Buccaneers could make to improve their chances of ending the season on a strong note and competing for another Super Bowl:
Move #1: Get Scotty Miller off the field
Miller is officially a liability on the field. We saw it during the preseason, the Bucs ignored it, and now he has four catches on 13 targets.
Drives are dying because Bucs receivers can’t catch perfect passes from their quarterback, and the team needs to recognize this before it is too late.
Scotty Miller doesn’t need to be on the field when he is playing like this, even when the team is without most of its starting wide receivers. There are better options already on the team or with ties to the team.